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Students examine a partnership between the government of Honduras and the National Geographic Society to highlight the concept of geotourism and its benefits. They study the opportunities for geotourism available in Honduras.
Students examine the partnership between the Honduran government and the National Geographic Society, researching the concepts of geotourism and its benefits. They plan an itinerary for a geotourism expedition to Honduras.
Students read an article about the problem of starvation in Latin America with a focus on Honduras. As a class, they discuss the importance of education and how it can bring people out of poverty. They role-play the role of advisors to the Honduran government in how to put into place their plan to have people stop eating garbage for their main food source.
Students investigate the needs in emerging nations. In this emerging nations lesson, students research the conditions for needs in the given countries. Students are assigned to the country groups of Honduras, Nigeria, Bosnia, Cambodia, and Kazakhstan. Students research the social, political, and economic needs. Students write a summary about their findings, complete research templates, locate their assigned country on a world map, and discuss the countries geographic features.
Students describe the characteristics of geotourism, including challenges/benefits, explore geotourist travel opportunities in Honduras, explain how countries that practice geotourism can attract visitors, and plan geotourist activities for a location
Fourth graders explore Central America and the Mayan culture. They locate Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and the Yucatan area of Mexico on a map. Students create a visual arts poster with information about each country.
Eighth graders complete an online scavenger hunt about banana cultivation before they visit a grocery store to examine banana products. They investigate "certified" means in relation to banana production and read the "Rainforest Alliance Certification." They complete a case study about how bananas are grown in Honduras. Finally, the create an educational brochure for consumers of bananas.
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For many children around the world, food scarcity is a painful reality of daily life. Help young scholars understand the seriousness of this global issue with with a reading of the book The Good Garden. After discussing food security and completing a related worksheet, students conclude the lesson by writing and illustrating alternate endings to the story. Addressing a number of topics in social studies, science, math, and language arts, this cross-curricular lesson can really make for a rich learning experience in the upper elementary and middle school grade levels.
Middle schoolers explore the popularity of bananas. They conduct a survey to understand the reasons for their popularity. Students research a banana's journey from the farm to school lunch. They compose a children's book about bananas explaining where and how they are grown.
Young scholars examine the economic, health, and environmental risks of a one-crop economy in the developing world. They explain how or why it can be challenging for people of one culture to understand the lifestyle of a different society.
Students create a map of Mesoamerica using construction paper, clay or by drawing it. In this World Geography lesson plan, students determine the location of Mesoamerica, make a map, then present their map to their class.
Students investigate how hurricanes and other natural disasters can devastate the elements of the infrastructure of a country, as well as the lives of its people.
In this dolphins and stress instructional activity, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about dolphins and stress. Students complete 10 activities total.
Use this worksheet to help your class identify proper nouns. They circle the proper nouns in 16 sentences. Answer key is provided.
High schoolers explore an ancient Mayan city. In this world history instructional activity, students watch a video about the ancient Mayan civilization, discussing information prior to and after watching the video. High schoolers then come to understand more about the Mayan culture by conducting both text and Internet-based research.
Seventh graders take part in a survey that helps them to better understand why bananas are so popular. In this bananas lesson students will create a children's book about bananas.
Students examine how bananas are certified and how this helps to conserve the tropical rainforest ecosystems. In this rainforest lesson students complete a scavenger hunt activity and develop their own certification criteria.
Learners compare basketball to Mayan ring-ball. They write a newspaper article that may have been published during Mayan times.
Students determine the size and amount of materials needed to build a small snowball stand at their school. They use a design from Honduras that is written in Spanish. They must translate the directions and covert the measurements using a Spanish/English vocabulary transition list.