This product is for eight internet activities about the Pan American Exposition of 1901. It is a QR Code activity. The webquest can be used individually for a lesson, or as an addition to a lesson on this topic. It is a Word document. Each student would need an iPad and this packet to complete.
The students would use the "scan" app on the iPad and scan the QR Code for each subject. Then they would complete the activities in the packet or on the iPad. Two of the activities ask students to used the "Show Me" app to create their product. In its entirety, it would take about 2 class days to complete. You could use the lesson individually or bundle them. I usually use the photography as art and US presidents in one lesson as they are iPad based. The other topics use the packet to write their responses. However, the lessons are flexible and you could use them as you best see fit in your curriculum.
Each activity is unique to the topic. They range from map reading, to watching a video, to analyzing art, reading comprehension, inferencing, creating a chart, and completing tasks on the iPad.
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
US Presidents - Cleveland, McKinley, and Teddy Roosevelt