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View Resource Watershed Exploration

Students use skills gained from the Web-based GIS tutorial to explore the Willamette Watershed in Oregon. A correlation will be found between types of trees and the riparian zone along the McKenzie River. Population in the Willamette Valley and annual rainfall in the Coast Range and the Cascades will be evaluated. Due to the recent downward trend in rainfall, students will be expected to propose...

View Resource Lewis and Clark

The student will learn to use the module tutorial, identifying the query, measuring, eraser, information, and magnifying tools, as well as the layers on the web based Lewis and Clark Map. This lesson will be a part of a larger unit on mapping and creating a ?travel brochure?/ atlas within a history class. This lesson will be used for one class period. This resource includes both a teaching gui...

View Resource Japanese Internment

Students will examine the decision to place all Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast into internment camps during WWII. This lesson is part of a mini-unit on Japanese Internment that will include readings in primary source documents and materials from History Alive that will provide most of the background knowledge necessary to evaluate the decision to intern Japanese-Americans during the...

View Resource Earth Science Teaching Plans and Classroom Activities

Teachers looking for materials to help out in the classroom will find this well-organized site most useful. Created by the folks at Geology.com, the site's materials were compiled by Christy Pratt, and they are organized into nine thematic areas. These areas include "Volcanoes," "Water," "Weather," "Erosion," and "Plate Tectonics." The resources featured within each section are taken from...

View Resource Analyzing Patterns of Human Development

In this lesson students will describe global spatial patterns of human development using HDI rankings. Students will complete a table of demographic data on selected countries so they can look for connections. Students will use that information to make comparisons and hypothesize reasons for the data. This resource includes both a teaching guide and student worksheets.

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