Sense of Place

Learners identify the major folk regions of Louisiana and the relationship between folklife, geography, and ecology. They give deeper thought to what makes their own community unique, what their sense of place actually is. Students also identify the perspectives of where they live, including geographic mapping of their communities. They develop conceptual maps of their particular sense of place.

4th - 8th English Language Arts 5 Views 26 Downloads
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Project-Based Learning

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