Kazakhstan Teacher Resources
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Home Sweet Home
Ninth graders use authentic texts to acquire information about an average Russian home and to compare and contrast a Russian home with a home in the U.S. Students participate in a variety of activities focused on the mode of communication.
Economic and Political Freedom: Meaning and Results
Students analyze economic and political freedoms. Once they identify ways to measure them, they explore the relationship between the two freedoms and social well-being. In groups, they select 20 countries from the four freedom categories and graph the relationship between their economic freedom and the gross domestic product.
Every Grain Counts
Students research a variety of facts about rice. They read books, access information on the Internet and use maps to determine major rice growing areas in the world and the patterns of distribution for this crop. Students create maps to show their findings.
A Tale of Two Frogs
Second graders locate Russia on a map or globe and work in pairs to complete the Map worksheet. They read the book, A Tale of Two Frogs stopping after page 15. They write an ending to the story and then read more of the book stopping after page 23 and again write an ending to the story.
Mapping the Lost World of Urassi
Students create a mental map of Russia and its surrounding Republics. They create mental pictures through oral and/or written instructions. They experience a wide variety of new terminology in their quest to mentally map.
The Aral Sea: Then and Now
Student conduct an experiment to discover whether salt evaporates with wather. They discuss changes that are occurring in the Aral See from 1973-1999. Students draw pictures depicting the lives of people in the Aral Sea region before and after the sea began to shrink.
Sixth graders participate in a geography tag game that involves identifying the seven continents, U.S. states, and the countries of Europe. In teams representing the different geographical areas of the globe, they run to a base line when their areas are called out while another team tries to tag them.
Property Rights: Soviet Farms
Students examine the problems with the collectivized agriculture program in the Soviet Union. They listen to a teacher-led lecture, participate in a property rights scenario activity, create a plan for maximizing the value of land, and examine a variety of alternatives for maximizing the potential of land use.
The Former Soviet Union
In this social studies worksheet, students find the names of the republics for the former Soviet Union and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
In this geography instructional activity, students complete a crossword puzzle on the continent of Asia. They answer 21 questions related to the type of government systems found, capital cities, deepest lake, and lowest population density.
In this geography instructional activity, students complete a crossword puzzle about Asia. The twenty-one questions are about capitals, countries, and terrain.
Climate and Vegetation
In this geography worksheet, middle schoolers find the missing word or phrase that best completes each of the 7 sentences pertaining about Russia and the Republic's climate and vegetation.
Climate and Vegetation in Russia and the Republics
For this climate worksheet, students complete a chart while reading several passages, then they answer two comprehension questions about Russia and the Republics.
Hello Baby Panda!
Students read a story called Zoo-Goers Ready to Greet Baby Pandaand answer vocabulary and comprehension questions about it. In this current events baby panda lesson plan, students respond to literature by answering questions, recalling details, sharing facts, using a map, reading folktales, making a panda mask and puppet, and completing an online panda puzzle.
Investigations in Aid: Identifying the Need
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.
Refugees and Children in Our World
Students study the human rights of refugee populations around the world. In this human rights lesson, students research the problems of refugees around the world. They investigate the basic human need for dignity and read about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Political Legends and Map Symbols
Students identify the legend and map symbols. In this map skills lesson, students use a world map to find various locations using a map key.
Students investigate corruption and abuse of diplomatic immunity. In this corruption lesson, students discuss corruption in the United Nations missions of a number of countries by looking at unpaid parking tickets. They decide if this corruption is an abuse of diplomatic immunity.
Students explore the importance of vaccines in fighting childhood disease. In this health lesson, students play a game to model how vaccines protect against the spread of infectious disease. Students play a tag based game in which the students with vaccines are immune from being "it," or infected. This lesson models the protection that vaccines offers against disease.
History Quiz 86
In this history instructional activity, students take a quiz on the Egyptians, Greeks, Andes Mountains, and more. Students complete 12 multiple choice questions.