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1 Our National Parks Founded in part by John Muir

2 John Muir

3 Southeast Everglades National Park Gulf Islands National Seashore Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Hot Springs National Park Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mammoth Cave National Park Cumberland Gap National Park Shenandoah National Park

4 Everglades National Park Gulf Islands National Seashore Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Hot Springs National Park

5 Big South Fork National River Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cumberland Gap National Park

6 Shenandoah National Park Mammoth Cave National Park

7 Northeast Acadia National Park Cape Cod National Seashore Niagara Falls National Heritage Area Statue of Liberty National Monument

8 Acadia National Park Cape Cod National Seashore

9 Niagara Falls National Heritage Area Statue of Liberty National Monument

10 Midwest Badlands National Park Mount Rushmore National Memorial Ozark National Scenic Riverways Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Cuyahoga Valley National Park

11 Badlands National Park Mount Rushmore National Monument Ozark National Scenic RiverwaysApostle Islands National Lakeshore

12 Cuyahoga Valley National Seashore Pictured Rocks National Seashore Indiana Dunes National Seashore

13 Southwest Big Bend National Park Padre Island National Seashore Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River Carlsbad Caverns National Park Grand Canyon National Park

14 Padre Island National Seashore Big Bend National Park Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River

15 Carlsbad Caverns National Park Grand Canyon National Park

16 West Mount Rainier National Park Olympic National Park Crater Lake National Park Yellowstone National Park Glacier National Park Grand Teton National Park Dinosaur National Park Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Mesa Verde National Park Rocky Mountain National Park Arches National Park Bryce Canyon National Park Zion National Park Death Valley National Park Redwood National Park Sequoia National Park Yosemite National Park Channel Islands National Park Denali National Park and Preserve Glacier Bay National Park Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

17 Mount Rainier National Park Olympic National Park Crater Lake National ParkYellowstone National Park

18 Glacier National Park Grand Teton National Park

19 Dinosaur National Park Great Sand Dunes National Park Mesa Verde National Park Rocky Mountain National Park

20 Arches National Park Bryce Canyon National Park Zion National Park

21 Death Valley National Park Redwood National Park Sequoia National Park Channel Islands National Park

22 Yosemite National Park Denali National Park

23 Glacier Bay National Park Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

24 Choice WorkReview of US Regions: Explore your country, through our national parks. (Students must practice reading their projects before presenting.) Create an original power-point about one national park. The power point must have no less than 10 slides. Each slide must include a picture and/or video. Each slide must have original sentences describing the picture. Include the following information: Location, when the park was established, special landforms found in the park, what makes the park unique, things to do in the park, and why you believe that this park should continue to be protected by law. Create a brochure about one national park. Include the following information: Location, when it was established, special landforms found in the park, what makes the park unique, things to do in the park, and why you believe that this park should continue to be protected by law. All information needs to be handwritten or typed. The information must be written in the students words. (no cut and paste). Create a tri-fold poster about one national park. Include the following information: Location, when it was established, special landforms found in the park, what makes the park unique, things to do in the park, and why you believe that this park should continue to be protected by law. All information needs to be handwritten or typed. The information must be written in the students words. (no cut and paste). You may also do any of the 3 projects above but focus on the different National Parks within one region. Try this if you want to learn more about many different national parks. (Bonus Points for this one10 extra points.

25 Rubric for National Park Projects Information presented Presentation of information Organization of information Effort neatness, spelling, details, etc. 3All information is accurate and meets the expected criteria. 3The presentation was practiced and planned. 3The power-point, brochure, or tri-fold poster were very well organized and visually attractive. 3The student spent time making sure all information was neat, clear, and correct. 2Some information is accurate, but parts of the expected criteria are missing. 2The student forgot some information. Seemed to be planning as they went. 2The project was somewhat organized but lacked visual attractiveness. 2The student had some errors and messy parts. 1Information is inaccurate or missing. 1The student could not read the information without help and had no plan. 1The project was clearly unorganized and thrown together at the last minute. 1The student didnt seem to care about correctness or neatness.


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