Countries, Continents, and Geography Lesson Plans
Events Sites To Use With Students
Today in History
- Around The World: World Continents and Oceans
- Students will work to grasp key areas of the Earth and Geographic Regions.
and Language - Students will research assigned cultures, concentrating
mostly on the culture's languages.
Map - Analyze location of European countries to determine their importance
as a seaport at some time in their history and determine which countries
would likely be trading partners.
Colonization of North America - Lesson will introduce why European
countries colonized North America and what religion, food, traditions,
and architecture they brought.
Weather Symbols - Students need to learn how to read, translate, and
analyze the activities and how it affects a particular country in the
scientific, political, and geographical areas.
- How Mother Earth Looks (Landforms) - This
lesson will explore different landforms.
- How to Use Maps - We introduce maps to students.
This is a task based lesson.
- Inaugural Classroom, The-
Lesson Plans on the Inauguration.
- The Geography of St. Vincent - This lesson
will explore the geography of the Caribbean isle of St. Vincent.
Affairs - It will include reading in the content area concerning foreign-policy
issues, and use of maps to help the students understand and analyze the
relationships between arious countries and regions across the world.
do we import goods from? - Students will identify products in their
home that have been imported from other countries.