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What Country Is This? United Kingdom
In this recognizing the country worksheet, students connect the number dots one to thirty to create the outline of the United Kingdom. Students answer two questions.
Pack Your Suitcase
Sixth graders discuss physical and cultural characteristics of the United Kingdom for the purpose of planning a visit to that region. They write a 5-7 sentence paragraph explaining what they packed and why.
Students demonstrate how to use frequency and scatter diagrams. In this statistics lesson, students are introduced to different techniques of representing data. Students sort and graph data on a worksheet and use a frequency diagram to represent the data.
Where Have All the Glaciers Gone?
Young scholars examine how climate change is affecting sea ice, vegetation and glaciers in the Arctic region.
How Wealthy Are Europeans?
Students investigate measures of central tendency. They examine compiled data and conduct critical analysis. The graph is focusing on the gross domestic product data. The lesson also reviews the concept of putting values in order of sequence.
City Quiz Series
In this United Kingdom cities worksheet, students read and answer questions related to a text about the Victoria Shopping Centre in Nottingham. Students answer 15 questions.
Country: United Kingdom
Learners use the Internet to examine the food, sports and history of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. They view photographs and maps.
The United Kingdom
In this geography learning exercise, students analyze a map of the United Kingdom with 8 key cities marked. Students will write the country and approximate direction next to a list of cities.
United Kingdom Worksheet
In this global issues worksheet, students read the listed reference articles and then respond to 19 short answer questions about the economies of Ireland and Scotland.
Reading Skills: The United Kingdom or Great Britain?
In this United Kingdom or Great Britain worksheet, students read a passage, look at maps, and answer multiple choice questions. Students answer 8 questions.
Map of United Kingdom and Ireland
In this Map of United Kingdom and Ireland worksheet, students add details to a map of the United Kingdom and Ireland. They may also add color.
Flowers of Ridgewood, United Kingdom
In this flowers worksheet, students examine pictures of flowers that are found in Ridgewood, United Kingdom. They research information about the flowers and are asked to find the names of each. (The names are shown under each picture.)
New! Working with Watermills
In collaborative groups, emerging engineers or environmental scientists plan and construct a water wheel or watermill that rotates for a total of three minutes. Everything you need to carry out this lesson is included: objectives, background information (both historical and scientific), and more! This, and other lessons by the same publisher are ideal for bringing STEM activities into your classroom.
STRONG--an acronym for goal-setting success! Using a graphic organizer and useful acronym, your learners develop a goal plan for the class as a whole, while considering the requirements of, and obstacles to, achieving their goal. Briefly review the goal with your class at the beginning of each day and then at the conclusion of the goal's time frame, have your class reflect on their collaborative process.
Making Informed Environmental Decisions
Using an actual case study about the Lake Turkana Dam, class members examine the controversy surrounding the issue. Pupils take on the role of one of the stakeholders, discuss the multiple perspectives involved, explore the geography of the area in question, and compose decision statements. A very detailed plan complete with additional materials, this would be great in an environmental studies class or in a humanities class. Since the lesson plan is based on close analysis of given materials, science and English teachers could collaborate to make it happen!
New! Waterproof that Roof!
Stop the raindrops from getting into the house! Eager engineers learn about roofing history and waterproofing by nanotechnology. They get into groups and work on designing a waterproof roof for a small model house. The accompanying handout provides space for planning and critical analysis questions for follow-up. Miniature rain storms are sure to make a splash with your science or engineering class!
Nature Deficit Disorder and Urbanization
What is urbanization and green urbanism? What are the benefits of green spaces? Learners can find out by reading informational texts and taking Cornell notes as a class and then individually. Included here are several graphic organizers, information for class members to read, and a teacher key for the Cornell notes. Since the lesson is part of a larger unit on urbanization and green movements, you might wish to refer to the unit outline to view the English lesson that is meant to precede this lesson.
Napoleon and the Wars of the First and Second Coalitions
After a brief summary of Napoleon's conquests and the coalitions against which he fought, this video details his emergence as Emperor and a major superpower in Europe. It summarizes main points about Napoleon, including his trail through Egypt and back into France, and his appointment as first Consul. This video is a good way to expose students to the basic feats of Napoleon through a series of explanatory maps, up to the formation of the Third Coalition in 1803.
Napoleon and the War of the Third Coalition
A timeline of the main events in Napoleon's career (starting in 1799) begins this video, which details the War of the Third Coalition and the transition of the Holy Roman Empire into the Confederation of the Rhine. Maps, paintings, and annotations will make this lecture appealing to your students as they learn about Napoleon's incredible rise to the position of Emperor, and therefore, near-invincibility. Strategies of the war from all perspectives help to round out this chapter in history.
Napoleon and the War of the Fourth Coalition
France has gone through a lot of changes lately - first the monarchy fell to revolution, then the Republic was formed from the ashes, and now Napoleon has made France a major world power once again. This video shows the meteoric rise of Napoleon I, the new Emperor, and his continued acquisition of power and territory as he fights Russia, Prussia, and Great Britain in the War of the Fourth Coalition.