Jeopardy Generator--stores on site. superteachertools.com flash jeopardy game/contact us(on tool bar)/"Jeopardy Game Finder"/ (enter the game no. that teacher saved)/ recover game link/online game link/ now play jeopardy
Geography Alliance of Delaware http://hydro.geog.udel.edu/DGA/index.php use model units for middle east, lesson on discussion of borders, etc. also find links for geo activities, explore this regularly...use some for foundationunit...also see environment sea level rise on east coast...compares to Bangladesh. See also regional planning project analyze by wealth, occupation, life expectancy, econ change, industrial location, question: why site industry here?
ESRI web access mapping tool free to educators GIS
GIS Mapping with NatGeo tutorial to tell you how to construct maps. http://ngeo.fieldscope.org/ This is really a pretty cool way to look at any place in the world and easily switch the type of map you are looking at. It allows you to mark the map with various icons, use a pointer that is automatically able to show latitude and longitude. Should be very handy 'go to' map when presenting to class. Also interesting way to get kids involved in creating maps. Need to explore how to save or print...may only do screen capture.
Game-a variety of topics level appropriate http://www.eduplace.com/geonet/geonet.html geonet game-- offers a variety of levels and topics. Can focus on one continent. Use this with each unit, do North America with foundation unit.
their flag ....and some other location stuff in Baltimore and around the world. Daily news posted afffecting shipping, e.g. weather, detention for a local violation....can't track a single actual vessel without signing in as a member.
UNDERSTANDING HISTORYPT 1 SEARCH HISTORY LOOK AROUND P. 20 GOOD WARM UP FOR FIRST WEEK BCK IN JAN http://exchange.smarttech.com/search.html?tab=resources&p=7&sf=d&m=01
see also model history smartboard lesson on ALEXANDER TH4E GREAT HA VE STUDENTS PERIODICALLY PREDICT BY GROUPS WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT. iNXLUDE WRITING ASSIGNMENTS, MAINIDEA,, MAYBE A TIME LINE AND REVIEW AT THE END.
Natural resources map: use a black line of western Europe. Give students list of natural (productive) resources found in western countries. they create up to ten symbols in key and locate the symbols, after country lables. Create questions they answer if symbols are correct. *relate to question on benchmark for productive resources.