This product is for seven task cards about the Pan American Exposition of 1901. It is a QR Code activity. The cards can be used individually for a lesson, or as an addition to a lesson on this topic. Or the task cards can be placed in seven different groups while the students use their iPad to go to each of the stations.
For individual use, I would laminate enough task cards to each student or partners had their own. Students will scan the QR Code and complete the task on the card. For a Pan American Virtual Tour, I would laminate two or three task cards for each station and allow the students to travel to each of the groups, scan the QR Codes, and complete the tasks. The cards are designed to give students an experience of America's Fair in Buffalo, NY during the turn of the century.
Niagara Falls and hydroelectric power
Louise Bethune - first female architect
Pan Am - photography as art
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Children of the Pan
Buffalo's Millionaire's Row
The Darwin Martin House