This product is a two day lesson plan to explore the culture, history, and perspectives of the architecture of Buffalo's Pan American Exposition and the time period of the early 1900s.
Day 1 lesson includes a lesson procedure for the teacher and three student handouts. It is a QR code iPad activity exploring Louise Bethune, the Darwin Martin House, and Buffalo's Millionaire's Row. It also includes seven original photographs that are included to use free, even commercially.
Day 2 lesson is a walking architectural field trip where students will explore their local neighborhood to look for culture, history, and perspective. This lesson also includes teacher procedure and a chart to use.