**GEOGRAPHY CONTENT VOCABULARY PDF 76 PAGES
Included is a over 40 geographic terms used at the elementary level, specifically:
bay, bluff, border, canal, canyon, channel, cliff, coast, compass rose, continent, delta, desert, evaporate, fall line, foothills, forest, geography, globe, Great Salt Lake, gulf, harbor, hill, island, lake, map key, map symbols, mesa, mountain, mountain range, ocean, peak, peninsula, plain, plateau, ... and MORE!
Word Strips (headings) (colorful) or Bulletin Board Headings, Word Wall Words with illustrations.
Word/ Task cards (black and white) to be printed front and back for review with the words included in definition on back.
Word/Task Cards (black and white) to be printed separately WITHOUT vocabulary words include with the definitions to play a game of, "I Have, Who Has.." Cards can be handed out to students, and some students will receive the vocabulary word, others the definitions.. I played a game of ping pong... start with one student who reads their card, the student with the matching card (either definition or term) responds... until all cards distributed have been reviewed.
These cards (either set) can be place in centers to be used throughout the year.
**Economy PPT AND PDF
This powerpoint / PDF is great when introducing, teaching students about our economy.
Zip includes original PowerPoint and PDF version.
Study Guide or hand out with the following:
26 Important Content Vocabulary Words:
barter, capital resource, consumer, demand, economic decision,
economic growth, limited resources, economy, economic wants,
goods, human resources, interdependence, limited resources,
money, natural resources, opportunity cost, price, value,
producers, product, production, public goods and services,
resources, services, specialized work, supply, taxes,
technology, and trade.
Some examples to help students understand the meanings are included throughout.
All vocabulary has been saved to Word cards for Bulletin Boards or Word Walls (color and black and white)
Word cards (Vocabulary Term on one/ Definition on other) Can be ran on colored paper front and back, or printed separately to play a game of, "I have _______, Who has?" To play, hand out cards. Some students will receive word cards, others will have the meanings. Example: Begin with one student who says, "I have BARTER. Who has the definition?" and continue until all cards are covered.
Cards can also be used in centers, laminated and placed on rings or in a box.
Included: PDF and PowerPoint
- introductory power point lesson to begin teaching students the three levels of the United States Government.
- Two activities for whole class/ and or cooperative groups.
- Student Chart for recording information about each level.
Extensive Vocabulary page FOR GOVERNMENT TERMS (STUDY GUIDE)
Vocabulary and Separate Definition Cards to be used as: Task, "I have. Who Has?" Game Cards,Test Review, Flash Cards, or for Binded to be placed in centers.
Content Vocabulary :
bank, bankrupt, bond, budget, executive branch, cash, capital, capitalism, consumer, credit, currency, debt, deficit, economic choices, economy, embargo, export, free enterprise, free trade, government revenue, import, incentive, income, income tax, inflation, interest, market system, Medicare, national debt, need, payroll tax, producer, profit, property tax, revenue, risk, savings, Social Security, surplus, value, want, withdrawal.
Can be used for Bulletin boards/ Activeboads.