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Social Studies. American Experience . Technology . The Telephone . Timeline (Interactive Version) Historypin. Research world landmarks to create a global calendar. Introduction Every country in the world has nationally known landmarks or monuments.
These landmarks often represent or symbolize the culture of a country (showing photosynths of these landmarks will give students an excellent view of them in their specific context). Go to www.photosynth.net. You can click the geo-tag on a photosynth to link to a world map displaying the location of the landmark. The Eiffel Tower is a familiar landmark in Paris, France. The Statue of Liberty in New York City, United States, is an example of such a national landmark. All landmarks tell us something about a country or culture, but they tell us different things in different ways. It has a unique construction, like the Coliseum in Rome or the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., United States. In the United States, fewer than 2,500 sites have been designated as National Historic Landmarks. Divide the class into 12 teams, one for each month of the year.
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Update your browser for more security, comfort and the best experience on this site. Educators! Smithsonian's History Explorer Lessons & Activities. "Seeing" Music Grade Range: K-4Resource Type(s): Lessons & ActivitiesDuration: 5 MinutesDate Posted: 3/8/2012 Dance is just one way to turn music into something you can see.
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Use songs to teach American geography, government, history, patriotism, and culture. American Geography Songs The 50 States and Capitals Song – Tim Pacific Directions to Nowhere (How to Read a Map) – Joan Maute, Ed.D. Gonna Name Our States.