Major Cities of Europe Teacher Resources

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A fantastic lesson on urban air pollution problems throughout the world is here for you. Learners understand that there are many factors involved in creating pollution, that there are many health effects brought on by air pollution, and that fixing the problem is not an easy task. This amazing lesson has maps, photographs, worksheets, and all sorts of terrific educational tasks for groups to perform. Top-notch!
Fifth graders listen to lectures presenting the physical and political geography of Western Europe. They choose a research topic inspired by these countries and prepare a report to present to the class at the end of the class study of this region.
Students examine how engineering and design make cities more livable and efficient. They study different types of walkways including elevated and underground walks, and where and why they would be used. They design their own walkway between two buildings.
This short biography of Antonin Dvorak and map of Eastern Europe could accompany and supplement listening to "Slavonic Dance No. 7." Four questions support reading the geographic map, a "Listening Map" outlines the form of the composition, and dot-to-dot and matching make for fun sponge activities. Lively graphics make this a highly reader-friendly reproducible.
In this human geography activity, students read the provided selection about Eastern Europe prior to completing a graphic organizer and responding to 5 short answer questions based on the information.
Sixth graders examine Ancient Greece and its development of democracy. In this Greek History lesson plan, 6th graders explore the rise of city-states in Greece and its overall effect on the development of democracy. The class continues with an in depth discussion on what their original idea of democracy was, and how it has changed.
Students conduct Internet research on a selected city or country in Europe. They launch a search engine, explore various websites, write down basic facts about their country on a worksheet, and create a travel brochure.
Wars, religious conflicts, political shifts, invasions, sounds like a soap opera. No, just the events that shaped medieval Europe. A good slide show can help you organize events, people, places, and information regarding any subject. This one will keep a lecture on the Christian emergence in Europe all lined-up.
Wondering how to visually show opposing military strategy during WWII? This comprehensive color-coded map depicts both Axis and Allied progress in a simple format, with a legend to indicate offenses, major battles, neutral nations, and areas of Allied and Axis control. Historians fill in the legend and label a list of 66 cities, countries, and bodies of water. The number of labels may make this a better jigsaw activity, or you might even enlarge the map and do as a whole class.
High schoolers examine the conditions in France and Spain during the Middle Ages and the Discovery of America. In groups, they compare and contrast the political situations in both countries and what effect they had on the New World. To end the lesson, they discuss the effects of the French Revolution and how certain people can have effect on the history of the world.
In this geography learning exercise, middle schoolers find the missing word or phrase that best completes each of the 10 sentences pertaining to Eastern Europe.
Young historians locate information about a country in Europe. They investigate search engines in order to find information about a country. They look for flight information, popular foods, currency, weather, and fun facts about a European city. They record the web address of each site used. As an extension, they can make a travel brochure about the city they chose.
In this European travel worksheet, students respond to 11 short answer questions that require them to research travel throughout the countries in Europe.
In this geography learning exercise, students find the missing word or phrase that best completes each of the 10 sentences pertaining to Mediterranean Europe.
In this online interactive history worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about European history between 1815 and 1848. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this geography skills worksheet, students watch the video "Europe to the Max." Students then respond to 18 short answer questions about London, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris.
In this European geography worksheet, students describe where 12 countries in Europe are located by using directional phrases. Students also practice describing the nationalities of people from each country and how to pronounce each country.
In this Mediterranean Europe worksheet, students use charts to take notes the history of Mediterranean as well as issues facing the region today. Students also identify main ideas and display mapping and graphing skills as they answer 2 questions pertaining to information found in their textbooks.
In this map worksheet, students use a map of western Europe to answer 7 questions, including questions about the Prime Meridian, latitude and longitude and locating capitals.
Students examine the influence on Russian and Eastern European language, religion, art, and architecture by the Byzantine Empire. They define key vocabulary terms, listen to a lecture and participate in a class discussion, and label a map.