“Unloching” Scottish Geography Using Photographs

GeoLiteracy
Lesson Plan Content
Description: 
This lesson will give students practice in using their visual skills to identify geographic terms for landforms and water bodies. This use of photographs of Scotland will aid in the students making and recording observations. Through this lesson, students will learn that Scotland is similar to other parts of the world in terms of its landforms and water bodies, but the geographic terms might have unique names in Scotland.
Author: 
Gale Ekiss and Carol Warren
Grade Range: 
2-3
Duration: 
1 class period
Lesson Materials
Teacher Instructions: 
Standards
Arizona Geography Concepts: 
1: The World in Spatial Terms
National Geography Standards: 
3: How to analyze the spatial organization of people places, and environments on Earth's surface
4: The physical and human characteristics of places