The PowerPoint follows NYS social studies curriculum and standards and includes: theories of migration, why nomads migrated, disappearance of the land bridge via quick time video link, and Geographic factors affected the settlement patterns and living conditions of the earliest Americans. This PowerPoint was revised on 10/8/2015. There is also vocabulary and essential questions included. The essential question slide occurs once in the beginning and once at the end.
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This PowerPoint only takes about 20 minutes to go through but that is not an option on TPT so I did select 30 which was the closest time available.
There is a differentiated instruction lesson plan that goes with it but is not included in this purchase. It can be purchased by going here: Bering Land Bridge Lesson Plan
. It includes:
3 levels of Vocabulary Sheets
2 levels of Note Sheets
Activity Choice Sheet spanning the Multiple Intelligences
Diary Activity with rubric
Comic Strip Activity with rubric
Play-Doh Activity with rubric
Song Activity with rubric
The activities all include student roles, simple steps and time limits for each step to help move students along and stay on task.
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The Bering Land Bridge and Migration PowerPoint Minilesson
by Kasha Mastrodomenico
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