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Students consider the implications of travel to politically unstable regions. They establish criteria to determine risks and benefits and analyze the political unrest in Nepal following recent murders in the royal family.
Fourth graders, using Apple's iMovie, create a digital documentary to raise awareness about the existing child labor in Nepal.
Seventh graders explore Nepal. In this geography skills lesson, 7th graders research the cultures, climates, ethnic groups and natural resources of Nepal's 3 geographic regions. Students use Google Earth to examine satellite images and use their findings to create travelogue brochures.
Students explore the child labor practices in Nepal. Students research key elements to the problem. They identify the economic and social problems that exist in Nepal. Students use technology to create a documentary that shares what they have learned.
It's important to build reading comprehension in your growing learners whether English is their native language or not. Give your eighth and ninth graders this passage about Nepal, a small country north of India. The reading comes with comprehension questions that encourage readers to use a variety of reading strategies. The answer page is beautifully detailed, explaining exactly how one could find the answer in the passage.
Students are introduced to the concept of ecotourism and find out about culturally responsible tourism practices in Nepal. They pretend they have been asked to lead a tour company in Nepal and decide whether to accept/decline in a written essay.
In this Nepal and Bhutan worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer and answer key questions after reading about these nations.
Students list major rulers of Nepal, and explain impact isolationism had on Nepal and when it was abandoned.
Students identify some of the flora and fauna that are found in Nepal, and compare the flora and fauna on Nepal to the flora and fauna found in the United States.
Students locate the country of Nepal on a map. They discuss and locate the physical characteristics of the country. They compare Nepal to the United States geographically speaking. They answer questions regarding the map.
Students identify and explain the different climates that are found in Nepal. They examine the factors that cause Nepal to have these climates. They answer comprehension questions to finish the lesson plan.
Students identify some different ethnic groups of Nepal, and describe unique characteristics of these ethnic groups.
Students contemplate the meaning of a statement regarding Nepalese religion and spirituality and look for evidence of religious customs and "spiritual richness." students conclude by comparing and contrasting these factors in Nepal with their ow
In this grammar worksheet, students read the story "State of Emergency in Nepal" and fill in the fourteen blanks with the correct form of the word given in bold.
Students create a two sided percussion instrument designed to look like a damaru drum from Nepal. They locate Nepal on a map and conduct research on Nepal and the damaru. Students then create a damaru drum using a small plastic container and craft materials.
Students use the Internet to discover the cultures and customs of Nepal, Japan, or the Mentawai tribe of Indonesia. They compare their customs to customs in the US. They write paragraphs imagining that they are visiting people of these cultures.
Students view pictures of people living in the mountains of Nepal, and discuss what they see; and write stories pretending they live in the mountains of Nepal.
Students study some of the cultural customs of rural Nepal and consider the differences between Nepalese culture and their own. They write letters as if they were Nepalese kids describing their culture and lifestyle.
Young scholars plan and research on a topic regarding child labor in Nepal. They create a script and storyboard for a documentar production, then use a digital camcorder to capture video.