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Instructional Input and Guided Practice Assignment LT 3210- Renee VanAmburgh
This lesson is to serve as a continuation of last week’s Lesson opener – The lesson opener can be found herehere
SS6G8 The student will locate selected features of Europe a.Locate on a world and regional political- physical map: the Danube River, Rhine River, English Channel, Mediterranean Sea, European Plain, the Alps, Pyrenees, Ural Mountains, Iberian Peninsula, and Scandinavian Peninsula. b.Locate on a world and regional political-physical map the countries of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, and United Kingdom.
How would this lesson run? Each student will be given a blank map. Using the links in the instructional Powerpoint, students will fill in the names of the countries, rivers, and landforms. They will also find some interesting facts about some of the countries. Students will test their knowledge by playing the online drag-and-drop/selection games.
Materials Necessary for Lesson Internet access Blank Europe Map (as shown below) – Students will draw the landforms and rivers
Europe has… 50 countries! 11 major rivers! 11 major landforms! LETS LEARN ABOUT THEM!
Follow the links below to learn about Europe’s Geography! Countries Rivers Landforms Using the websites, fill in the country names, and draw the landforms and rivers on your blank map
Research! Working alone, pick four European countries and find the following data: – Fun fact – Population – Capital City – Major landforms Share what you found on LinoLino – Record the information for two of your classmates’ countries This website may be a helpful resourcewebsite
Test your skills! Try to complete these games without using your map! Record your score, and try again until you score at least 90% Countries Rivers Landforms