Geo Mapping Exercise

Please click on the link for instructions on completing the activity:    Civil War in Georgia Geoinquiry-wsce5a The online maps are linked here:  http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=5168648535854f5da7a0eedae239d7ba&extent=-108.7428,23.9238,-66.1158,49.7513

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World Geography Assignment

Students will access the CIA World Factbook to begin researching their assigned country:  https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ Directions: You will create a foldable to record and share information about your assigned country: 1.Flag – Create an accurately designed and colored flag for your assigned country. 2.Information/Fact Sheet – Create a brochure containing information/facts about your country. You should […]

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Georgia Story Reflection

  Read your Story and Reflection to yourself. Proofread, edit, correct, complete as necessary. Based on what you have learned about Georgia this year, write a response to each of the following questions (one paragraph each, citing specific details we have discussed this year). In what ways has Georgia changed for the better over time? […]

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Virtual Field Trips

   Civil War and the Andersonville prison:  http://www.gpb.org/ga-digital-textbook/#/en/issue/6AB6A3D78AA1F18EE2D79AA4BE6307D7   Civil Rights:  http://www.gpb.org/ga-digital-textbook/#/en/issue/7F6E4E378DA7D8B57242550FE39966FD   Jimmy Carter:  http://www.gpb.org/ga-digital-textbook/#/en/issue/7DBA3D18F4CC582CB8022CB298D1EB96

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SS8CG1

Georgia Civics and Government SS8CG1 Describe the foundations of Georgia’s government. a. Explain the basic structure of the Georgia state constitution (preamble, bill of rights, articles, and amendments) as well as its relationship to the United States Constitution. b. Explain separation of powers and checks and balances among Georgia’s three branches of government. c. Describe […]

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