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Where in the World? A World Geography Travel Adventure for Grades 4-8! (FLEX)
In this 4-week flex class, students will embark on an adventure around the world, "traveling" each week to complete new challenges. We will focus on applying world geography standards such as culture, landforms, government, location, etc.
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Over 4 weeks
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How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this exciting world geography travel course, students will engage in many different tasks related to studying world geography over the course of four weeks. During their “travels,” students will begin in Europe where they encounter a puzzle that needs to be solved. They’ll have to put their super-sleuth geography skills to work by following clues along the way. At the end of the four weeks, students will race to the finish line after finding clues and solving puzzles found in each...
Students will learn to apply a variety of world geography concepts in a meaningful way related to place, location, directions, human-environment interaction, culture, hospitality and tourism, travel planning, and more. Students will use creative thinking and problem-solving to answer many different questions correctly and apply what they have learned related to world geography.
In addition to my work as a Language Arts teacher for the past eleven years, I have also spent the majority of those years also teaching social studies, with an emphasis on world geography and ancient history. I am also an avid world traveler, eager to immerse myself into new learning and cultural studies whenever possible.
Challenges and activities will be presented each week. Students can work on them all at once, or throughout the week. Students should complete the previous week's challenges prior to the beginning of the new class week.
Students will need access to Google to complete most of the challenges presented via Google Forms.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will receive immediate feedback based on right or wrong answers in some cases, and students will receive informal feedback as appropriate throughout the flex course.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students will refer to a variety of websites and links during the challenges both for information and research.
Mrs. LoveK-12 English Language Arts and Social Studies Teacher with Middle School Focus
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159 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Love, and I have been a middle school Language Arts and Social Studies teacher for the past ten years. Additionally, I have designed curriculum and taught several middle school elective classes, such as creative writing,...