Journal Maps

Inspire your class to look at their environments as if they were seeing them for the first time in order to gain a better understanding of the concept of perspective. After exploring their communities and keeping a journal of major features, young learners discuss their descriptions and the activity of journal mapping. They then exchange ideas and construct maps based on the descriptions of their classmates.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Pros

  • Involves hands-on, inquiry-based activities
  • Engaging lesson
Cons

  • Instructor will need to provide contextual information on the Lewis and Clark expedition
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  • Mapping on the Trail: Route Mapping on the Lewis and Clark Expedition
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