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- Have students explore the wonders of the USA with this research project set! Have them become virtual tourists by traveling online to the some of the world's most breath taking sites! Assign each research guide over the course of the semester as homework, or assign each student one site and present.$55.20$69.00Save $13.80
"Mammoth Cave National Park is an American national park in central Kentucky, encompassing portions of Mammoth Cave, the longest cave system known in the world."
This lesson is set up to share digitally for quick virtual lesson planning! Share via Google Classroom or another online learning platform.
- Digital PDF (3 pages) for easy sharing or printing
- Hyperlink to research embedded in document for quick access
- Short answer and essay
- Cover page, map, guided research page, and reflection questions
- about 45 minutes
- Allow students to choose from World Heritage sites in the US to research and reflect on in small groups. You can view my other guides in the bundle.
- Have students research and present on sites to peers, then fill out research questions based on their peers’ presentations.
- After presenting on the site, use reflection questions as “do now” questions.
- Use as a lesson plan for a substitute, as students will be able to use the guide independently.
- Use as homework following a different lesson on the US or other UNESCO World Heritage Site research guide.
1. Students will learn about the geographic region
2. Students will be able to explain the UNESCO World Heritage Site classification.
3. Students will be able to articulate why this site is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Students using Chromebook should download the free Chrome app DocHub.
It saves their work in the PDF as they work and has great sharing options
including Google Classroom!
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