Results for transportation lesson plan

Relevance

You Selected:

Keyword

transportation lesson plan

Grades

Other

CCSS

Math
ELA

Resource Types

River Erosion and Transportation Lesson Plan
River Erosion and Transportation Lesson Plan Learners will develop an understanding of the processes of river erosion and transportation which form the basis for the rest of the unit. They will be able to apply this knowledge in unfamiliar situations.
$1.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

DOCX (16.36 KB)

Transportation Lesson Plan (K-2)
Transportation: On the Move Lesson Objective- Identify basic forms of transportation and group into three main categories: air, land, and waterFeatures the text- On the Move
$3.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (877.32 KB)

The Populist Movement Lesson Plan
The era of Populism came about during the late 1800s, throughout and after Reconstruction. The movement was one that consisted of farmers uniting to create political and economic change. Prices for crops were falling, land was scarce, and many farms were foreclosed. When farmers could not pay their
$7.99
16 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (5.07 MB)

America Enters WW II and Pearl Harbor Lesson Plan
As tension built in Europe and Asia in the 1930s, many in the USA wanted to avoid getting involved. In 1935, Congress passed the Neutrality Acts to try and prevent the USA from entering into another world war. This meant the nation would remain neutral in the various conflicts around the world. St
$7.99
12 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

ZIP (5.71 MB)

Five Themes of Geography Lesson Plan. Student Worksheet
5 Themes of Geography Lesson plan/ student worksheet Bell ringer: Write down five questions about a place you have never visited in the space below Class definition of Geography: A geographer sees certain themes, for example, different places, each with its own location. Each place is conne
$2.99
3 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (448 KB)

End of the Cold War: Ford Vs. Carter and Foreign Policy Lesson plans
Ford vs. Carter’s Cold War Policy: What were the goals of US foreign policy during the Ford & Carter years? How successful were Ford’s and Carter’s policies? Students will be able to 1. Compare the policies of Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter toward the Soviet Union 2. Discuss changing US foreign
$3.80
2 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOCX (768.09 KB)

1970s: Was Jimmy Carter a Good President? Lesson Plan
WAS JIMMY CARTER A GOOD PRESIDENT? GIVE HIM A GRADE BACKGROUND:A WASHINGTON “OUTSIDER” BECOMES PRESIDENT Prior to the mod-1970s, few Americans outside Georgia had ever heard of Jimmy Carter, a onetime governor of that state. But on Election Day 1976, Americans elected Carter President of the Un
$3.50
2 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOCX (718.03 KB)

Environmental Issues Vocabulary Lesson Plan and Activity
Vocabulary lesson designed to preview vocabulary to students before learning them in context. The vocabulary goes along with any continent's environmental issues; however, it was specifically designed for Latin America. Vocab: Fuel Public transportation Oil Toxic waste Deforestation Climate Air p
$2.00
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

DOCX (498.66 KB)

Prohibition and the Temperance Movement- 18th Amendment Lesson plan
Prohibition and the Temperance Movement- 18th Amendment Lesson plan Temperance Movement Temperance Movement: Organized effort beginning in the 1830s to reduce the amount of alcohol that people drank. Beginning in the 1830s supporters of the temperance movement began to promote total abstinence, or
$4.20
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (5.5 MB)

Think Like An Architect Hanging Gardens Lesson Plan
This is an interactive lesson plan that combines creativity and problem solving with the study of Ancient Mesopotamia and the Hanging Gardens. Students act as architects and vie for a bid to build the gardens for king Nebuchadnezzar's homesick wife. In pairs, the architect teams must use technology
FREE
2 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (26 KB)

** INDUSTRIALIZATION - FREE LESSON PLAN **
Use this free day-by-day lesson plan to teach 6 days on industrialization. I offer the PowerPoints, student outlines (and keys), worksheets, auizes and review game for purchase to make your life easy. US History Social Studies Industrialization Lesson Plan Template Week-long Lessons Plan 6 day less
FREE
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (55.5 KB)

History of Transportation Mini Unit - boats, horses, bikes, cars, & planes
Transportation is a vital resource for daily human activity. This product goes over the history of how transportation evolved over centuries, what the impacts are today with roads, automobiles, and airplanes on the landscape, and teaching students how to use digital maps. Product includes the follow
$4.50
7 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

ZIP (17.1 MB)

Design a Fur Trading Post Historical Thinking Activity
Keep your students engaged in learning about life in Early Canada through this exciting project about the Canadian Fur Trade. Students are hired by a fur trading company to scout out a new location for a fort in the new world in this project based learning activity. Students present a map of the loc

Also included in: Grade 5 Social Studies Bundle

$6.50
173 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.06 MB)

Industrial Revolution Simulation and PowerPoint: The Urban Game
Students complete a fun and historically detailed simulation of the progression of the Industrial Revolution and urbanization in England, particularly the town of Manchester. This activity especially helps visual and kinesthetic learners grasp the essential points of the Industrial Revolution. Kids
$4.00
86 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (34.27 MB)

Thanksgiving on Thursday - A Unit
This unit offers a huge array of activities to build comprehension and introduce historical fiction to your class. Through the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne, your students can be transported into history in an engaging and easy-to-read format. This unit is a great compliment to your
$10.00
88 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (18.87 MB)

Teaching the Erie Canal with Literature and a Group Project
Teaching the Erie Canal with Literature and a Group ProjectThis lesson goes perfectly with New York State Social Studies standards on the Erie Canal or any class that learns about canals in their transportation unit.The lesson uses the book "The Erie Canal" by Lisa Bullard. Students read through th
$3.25
66 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (3.49 MB)

Inuit PowerPoint: Native Americans and Survival in the Arctic
This PowerPoint is sure to promote discussion and interesting conversations in the classroom about the history and lifestyle of the Inuit people. This PowerPoint is a great intro to a unit on the Arctic, Inuit, or Native Americans in general. The 40 slides help students visualize the following topic
$3.25
$2.60
30 Ratings
3.6

Digital Download

PPTX (10.27 MB)

Civil War: Part I - Outbreak of War
Civil War: Part I – Secession, Lincoln’s Inaugural, Advantages & Disadvantages, First Engagements, Anaconda Plan This is Part I in our series on the Civil War. This lesson teaches students about the outbreak of the Civil War, the advantages and disadvantages of the North & South, Abraham Li
$1.99
34 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (12.4 MB)

Primary Sources & Evidence Based Essays:  Transportation
How has transportation changed over time? This lesson introduces primary aged students to evidence based writing, similar to the Document Based Question (DBQ) approach. In this multi-day unit, young students will analyze primary sources to determine how transportation has changed over time. Student
$1.99
22 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.06 MB)

Aztec Primary Source Worksheet/DBQ: Hernán Cortés Views Tenochtitlan
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan. Students will learn about the defenses, transportation system, and market places of Tenochtitlan. The worksheet allows students to read a short primary source written by Spanish Conquistado
$2.00
$1.60
21 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (192.55 KB)

Japan: Impact of Physical Geography on Culture PowerPoint / Lesson
This 32-slide presentation graphically shows how limited land space and high population density impacts lifestyles in Japan. Transportation, agriculture, and architecture are highlighted. The two slides at the end present a design assignment for the students, in which they design a small apartment
$7.00
$4.99
22 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (7.64 MB)

Texas History 7th Grade - Texas in the Civil War Primary Sources and DBQ Writing
Have your Texas History students experienced a Documents Based Question? DBQ’s are one of the best ways to use primary sources in your classroom and prepare your students for the 8th Grade US History STAAR. Allow your students to explore the essential question “What was Texas’s greatest contributi

Also included in: Texas History 7th Grade - Texas History Mini - Bundle

$6.99
18 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (2.8 MB)

WRITE ALL ABOUT IT: SIMPLE BUT CREATIVE COMMON CORE LESSON- WRITING, READING
Write All About It! Your students become newspaper reporters as they read, reflect and write about...anything. Teachers can use this simple lesson plan to check for elementary or middle school comprehension in literature and informational texts alike, as required in the new Common Core standards.
$1.99
19 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (831.5 KB)

Ojibwa (Chippewa/Anishinabe) Native American Webquest/Worksheet
Students will gain basic knowledge about the Ojibwa (Chippewa/Anishinabe) by completing an internet based worksheet. The following topics are covered in this webquest:Food and resource gatheringFamily roles and etiquetteHousing and transportationReligionThe webquest contains twenty questions and is
$3.00
$2.40
13 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

DOCX (27.06 KB)

showing 1-24 of 196 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up