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This set of U.S. Regions – Geography – Nomenclature cards consists of 20 cards – See description below for details for each card.
Use in any study of Geography of the United States, individual state studies, in centers, as handouts, on displays, etc! This set has the U.S. divided into *4 regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau
15 ready-to-use maps of the United States. Use for class projects, to create lessons or presentations.
Non-commercial use only.
– 2 maps showing the US within North America
– US maps (with states names and unnamed)
– US regional maps (with states names and unnamed)
– US east of the Mississippi (with states names and unnamed)
– US west of the Mississippi (with states names and unnamed)
– Physical Maps of the US (color and b/w)
– The Mississippi River with tributaries (states named)
When doing research, students will find many written documents that could be appropriate to draw from. However, it is important to analyze each. Why? Analyzing historical documents requires students to identify the purpose, message, and audience of a text. This worksheets is a graphic organizer that will guide students through the analysis of these documents.
One strategy to help students learn unfamiliar vocabulary is called: Guess the meaning. This ready-to-use worksheet has been designed to be used again and again, throughout the school year as students encounter new vocabulary words. Students will write each ‘new‘ word, what they ‘think’ it means and then after looking up the word in a dictionary, they will write an actual definition.
Layered research gives students the opportunity to delve deeply into a topic and use a variety of methods of reporting and synthesizing material for a deep learning experience. There are three layers of research. The first (bottom) layer will give students 9 tasks of which they will perform all of them. For the second (middle) layer, students are given 6 tasks of which they will choose to complete 4. For the third (top) layer, students are given 9 tasks of which they will choose to complete 6.
Tasks are designed to engage students in a variety of ways and will require students to be creative! This resource is designed to be used with 6th-12th grade students and can be used for any subject.