Young scholars examine the wilderness of New England. They create in their journals what they believe wilderness is.
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Into the Wilderness: Habitat vs. Development
By studying the once-assumed extinction, then rediscovery of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, learners look at the physical changes that have occured in habitats throughout Arkansas. This outstanding lesson is chock full of terrific...
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Writing an Expository Paragraph Using Time Order - Ndakinna Wilderness Project
Teach your class how to camouflage themselves - and how to structure an expository paragraph - after learning about the Ndakinna Wilderness Project. They watch a video about observing nature, then discuss how to camouflage themselves....
5th - 7th English Language Arts
Following Directions - Ndakinna Wilderness Project
Students draw a diagram of the steps used to camouflage a person. In this biology instructional activity, students watch and take notes on a video about using camouflage as a tool to observe nature. Then students follow instructions to...
5th - 8th Science
The Wilderness Concept: Our National Parks, History and Issues
Middle schoolers examine the history of the National parks. In groups, they discuss the concepts of conservation and preservation. They discuss the use of natural resources and how some are renewable and non-renewable. To end the lesson,...
6th - 8th Science