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Learners examine different types of soil have different capacities for retaining rainwater. In this science lesson, students determine that if the soil in an area will not hold enough rainwater there may be a flood. Learners experiment...
Fourth graders acquire knowledge about the settlement of the southeast region of the United states. In this united states geography instructional activity, 4th graders learn to analyze and understand the ways in which groups in society...
Students listen to an interview with Joe Kovach regarding the use of honeybees as biological control resources. They conduct further research and discuss the implications of these practices for agriculture.
Students examine the cause-and-effect relationship between the Agricultural Adjustment Acts of the New Deal or the 1965 Voting Rights Act and African-American migration. They write an essay evaluating the effectiveness of the Voting...
Students analyze the economic community in a Midwest agricultural region and identify patterns of an expanding sense of community based on the type of services provided.
Students examine the structure of the civilizations of China during the Middle Ages. Analyzing the Tang and Sung periods, they identify agricultural, technological and commercial developments. They discover the role of religion in the...
Fourth graders investigate the ways in which horses made transportation, hunting and agriculture much easier for the native peoples. They then compare advantages of a horse "back then" to the ease transportation (mainly cars) make on our...
Students assess the influence of African Americans in the western United States from the sixteenth century to the present. They examine the Black-Spanish heritage, slavery and freedom on the frontier, along with African American...
Young scholars play the role of an agricultural consultant. In groups, they develop ideas for an effective irrigation system for the new farm in Alaska. They report their ideas and findings to the class and complete a budget sheet for...
Eighth graders identify the impact of the political and social changes in North Carolina after the Civil War. Using their text, they explain the role of agriculture, textile and tobacco in the area and how it helped economically develop...
Students examine what life in Virginia was like when it was still a colony. In groups, they read a story and complete a graphic organizer. They explain the importance of agriculture in the colonay and its influence on slavery. They...
Students create posters describing the economy of the Czech Republic. Included on the posters are facts about major industries, agricultural products, and export commodities. Students, in groups, use both text and pictures to augment...
The student will locate countries on a world map from which we import foods that our climate prevents us from growing locally.1. Discuss the term "export." Divide students into groups of four. Give the groups five minutes to brainstorm...
Eighth graders study the life style of Virginians during the Reconstruction Period after the Civil War. They examine how the infrastructure, the economy, and the agricultural status of Virginia and the other Confederate states changed...
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