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Lesson plans featuring Montana state parks

OPI partnership with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

by Montana. Indian Education Division

  • 363 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by [Office of Public Instruction] in [Helena, Montana] .
Written in English

  • Historic parks,
  • Curriculum guides,
  • Indians of North America,
  • Indian Education for All,
  • Lesson plans,
  • Lesson planning,
  • Education,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Contains lesson plans and related materials for state parks that were activity sites for Montana and Northern Plains Indian tribes. Subjects covered include social studies, science, history, and media literacy. State parks featured in this publication include Bannack, Brush Lake, Fort Owen, Giant Springs, Lewis and Clark Caverns, Medicine Rocks, Pictograph Cave, Sluice Boxes and Tower Rock.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesIndian Education for All lesson plans featuring Montana state parks, Office of Public Instruction partnership with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
    StatementIndian Education Division, Montana Office of Public Instruction, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
    ContributionsMontana. Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 pages :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26453383M

    Lesson Plans in the Curriculum Kit More than half the National Park Service's units were added to the system primarily because of their historical or cultural significance. The six lessons in Explore Your National Parks: Historic Places illustrate how parks document many of the most important developments in American history. Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1) Objective. The setting is where and when a story takes place. It is usually a carefully considered item in an author's set-up for fiction because it affects the characters' personalities and determines the possibilities for a objective of this lesson is to look at setting.

    Lesson Plan Title: Classroom Amusement Park. Age Range: Grade 9 through Grade 12 (High School) Overview and Purpose: All students love the excitement of being at an amusement park. This lesson allows them to create their own park in the classroom. The students will get to design their own rides and discover how they follow the laws of physics. Montana is a perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors! From its majestic mountains to its rolling plains, Montana offers areas to hike, bike, ride, fish, float, and camp. Public lands offer accessible amenities and outdoor recreational opportunities, from campsites, playgrounds, and visitor centers, to fishing piers, hunting areas, and trails.

    THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA'S BEST IDEA is a six-episode series on the history of the national parks, directed by Ken Burns and written and co-produced by Dayton Duncan. Students will learn about Rosa Parks and respond upon hearing her story. Found in: 1st Grade • 2nd Grade • 3rd Grade • 4th Grade • 5th Grade • Dramatic Arts • February • Kindergarten • Language Arts • Social Studies • Visual Arts.

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Lesson plans featuring Montana state parks by Montana. Indian Education Division Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Lesson plans featuring Montana state parks: OPI partnership with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. [Montana. Indian Education Division.; Montana.

Department of. Inthe Montana’s State Parks Division revised or re-created 21 lesson plans for place-based education regarding Montana’s Indian tribes.

Each of these lessons focuses on one of Montana’s state parks and the tribe or tribes who historically or presently occupy or use that area and its resources. The content areas of these. learn with us Montana's State Parks are filled with archeology, botany, geology and stories that connect us to each other, our heritage, and the land.

Experience our education programs, interpretive exhibits and visitor centers and learn about yesterday and today. Find Montana lesson plans and worksheets. Showing 1 - of resources. Lesson Planet. Using the Montana State Quarter, learners engage in activities designed to help increase their understanding about how animals must change their social and physical behaviors in order to adapt to their environment.

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In this U.S. national parks and states instructional activity, learners draw a line from the 9 listed national parks to the state each of them is located in.

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Indian Education for All Lesson Plans The Montana Historical Society has produced a number of lesson plans to help your students grasp the Essential Understandings regarding Montana Indians while learning more about specific Montana history topics.

Montana History Indian Education Here are 25 lesson plans, each based on a specific state park, to assist educators in meetingthe Essential Understandings of Montana’s Indian Education for All.

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Our workshops bring the latest agriculture literacy to your classroom through integrated "hands on, minds on" lesson plans that are aligned to state educational.

This is a list of state parks and reserves in the Montana state park system, in the United States. Parker Homestead State Park in Jefferson County reverted to private ownership in ^ Dates taken from "Park Origin by Date".

Montana State Parks. Retrieved Junless otherwise noted. ^ "Marias River State Park Wildlife. Lesson Plans. National Parks Lesson Plan: Research a National Park. Grade Levels:, Mission US: A Cheyenne Odyssey – Social Studies Lesson Plan.

Grade Levels:, Earth Awareness Lesson Plan: What’s Your Cause. Grade Levels: Lesson Plans. The lessons on this site were developed to help teachers use THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA'S BEST IDEA in the classroom.

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1 Alternate Point of View Exercise Kind of Activity: Creative Writing. Objective: Students will explore the strengths and limitations of the book's narration, and write a scene imagining another character's perspective. The imagery in this story brings to life a place filled with treasured memories–a backdrop for children to recall their own favorite memories.

Pair the book with this. Teaching Montana The Montana lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests.

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1 The Wild West, Part 1 Kind of Activity: Classwide Discussion. Objective: Students will be able to apply knowledge of the elements of the Western genre to an analysis of the novel's plot, setting, and themes.

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Inferring lessons help children learn to use what they already know along with clues from the text they are reading to form new ideas about the text. Using children's literature to model inferring is an effective way to introduce the skill to children.