What happened in Chernobyl - Reading Comprehension Text #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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What happened in Chernobyl - Reading Comprehension Text #GoogleExpeditions

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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text gives an account of all the tragic events that took place during the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: True or False exercises, a definitions match exercise, a fill-in-the-gaps exercise, a fun crossword and engage in an in class discussion over nuclear energy, radiation and it’s effects on human health. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions NASA virtual reality trip! A full answer key is included.
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Digestive System #GoogleExpeditions

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This is an overview of the digestive system and how our nutrients are digested! SWBAT: 1. List the different nutrients 2. Identify organs in the digestive system and describe their function. 3. Identify which organs digest each of the nutrients and what enzymes are used. Guiding Questions: What are the nutrients you would find on a food label? When they are digested, what do they get broken down into? What are the organs of the digestive system? What enzymes are found in the digestive system? What, specifically, do they break down? Where are the three nutrients each digested? Which enzymes are involved? What are some disorders of the digestive system? What are the role of probiotics in the digestive system? What does it mean if someone is lactose intolerant and can’t eat dairy?
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Nervous System #GoogleExpedition

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An intro into the nervous system for 9th grade Biology. Objectives: SWBAT: 1. List the different sections of the brain and describe their functions. 2. Describe the different types of neurons. 3. Label the different structures of a neuron. 4. Describe what happens in a synapse between two neurons. 5. Define neurotransmitter and describe their role in cell communication.
Biomes & Ecosystems #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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Biomes & Ecosystems #GoogleExpeditions

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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops student skills understanding of biomes and ecosystems. This introductory lesson introduces students to the main biomes around the planet, their features and locations. Further in-depth lessons on the different biomes are listed below. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/. This is Google Expeditions Lesson is number 1 of a 4 lesson sequence. It can be used as a standalone lesson or in conjunction with others listed below (links go to Google Docs versions of the lessons). Lesson 1: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems https://goo.gl/0eMtoz Lesson 2: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Tundra and Taiga https://goo.gl/L6cpjH Lesson 3: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Tropical Rainforest and Temperate Forests https://goo.gl/wGM97d Lesson 4: Google Expeditions: Biomes & Ecosystems: Savannah and Desert https://goo.gl/sBrZzi
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Fetal Development and Pregnancy #GoogleExpedition

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This expedition will take you through the 3 trimesters of pregnancy. You will explore the changes within the fetus and the mother. Objectives: SWBAT: 1. Describe where and when an embryo becomes a fetus. 2. Describe the role of differentiation and mitosis in the development of a baby. 3. Describe the changes in the mother throughout pregnancy. 4. Describe the process of birth and what causes it. 5. Describe how drugs would affect development.
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Climate Change #GoogleExpeditions

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GCSE Climate Change lesson to be used in conjunction with the Climate Change expedition on Google Expeditions. Self paced tasks as students are guided through the different scenes.
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Pictograms #GoogleExpeditions Lesson

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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops student skills in data representation and the use of pictograms. Students start by using pictograms to represent the amount of fruit they have eaten and will eat. They then take a trip through a series of underwater vistas, recording the frequency of different types of sea creatures. They then apply their knowledge of data representation to create frequency pictograms. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/ To download Google Docs versions of the lesson plan and student sheet go to: https://goo.gl/6v0jau
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Deeds Not Words! #GoogleExpeditions

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The aim of this Expedition is to raise students awareness of the militant actions of the Suffragettes and the physical locations around the country where these actions happened. It asks students to consider two main questions: How did the militant actions of the Suffragettes change throughout their campaign?, how do the different locations shown relate to the changes in the type of action undertaken by the Suffragettes? Download the free Google Expeditions App and search Deeds Not Words! to access the Expedition to accompany this Lesson Plan. For the fully immersive VR version you will also need a Google Cardboard viewer.
SpaceX and How It Has Revolutionised Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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SpaceX and How It Has Revolutionised Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension #GoogleExpeditions

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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text explores the foundation and work of private aerospace company SpaceX and its impact on space travel. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, a multiple choice exercise, a fun crossword and a fill in the gaps exercise. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions SpaceX virtual reality trip! A full answer key is included. Total Number of pages: 8
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Angles & Iceland #GoogleExpeditions Lesson

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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson is a fun way to develop students’ understanding and application of simple angles. Go on a tour of Iceland with Google Expeditions. Perform different angle turns clockwise and counter-clockwise. Describe what you see to check your learning. Can you find examples of other angles in the landscape? Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/ To download Google Docs versions of the lesson plan and student sheet go to: https://goo.gl/OnHf2R
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Solving deforestation in the Amazon #GoogleExpeditions

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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops student understanding of deforestation and reforestation using the Juma Reserve in the Amazon as a case study. Students will investigate the different impacts of deforestation and also efforts to reforest this area of the Amazon. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/ To download Google Docs versions of the lesson plan and student sheet go to: https://goo.gl/bLKEJh
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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops students’ understanding of ratios and their ability to apply them to real life situations. Students start by using ratios to describe the relationship between different numbers of objects in the classroom. They then take a trip to the world famous street art site at 5 Pointz in Queens and apply their knowledge to describing the frequency of different types and colours of ‘tags’. Back in the classroom, students are set three problems to demonstrate their new understanding. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/ To download Google Docs versions of the lesson plan and student sheet go to: https://goo.gl/RkEPsA
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Fractions & Graffiti #GoogleExpeditions Lesson

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This #GoogleExpeditions lesson develops students’ understanding of fractions and their ability to apply them to real life situations. Students take a trip to the world famous street art site at 5 Pointz in Queens and apply their knowledge to describing the frequency of different types and colours of ‘tags’, and other objects they can see. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. For more see: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/ To download Google Docs versions of the lesson plan and student sheet go to: https://goo.gl/ssgxo7
Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension Worksheets -  #GoogleExpeditions (SAVE 50%)Quick View
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Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - #GoogleExpeditions (SAVE 50%)

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This Reading Comprehension worksheets can be assigned independently or they may be used to compliment #GoogleExpeditions related virtual trips. These handouts are suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. After carefully reading each text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False exercises, crosswords, gap filling exercises, word searches, definitions match and speaking prompts . The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handouts can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Full Answer keys are included
Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text  #Google ExpeditionsQuick View
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Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text #Google Expeditions

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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the history and culture of Coober Pedy. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, a definitions match, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions Coober Pedy virtual reality trip!
The Aztec Civilization - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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The Aztec Civilization - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text #GoogleExpeditions

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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the origin and history of the Aztec civilization from their first settlement in Tenochtitlan to their fall by the Spaniard colonizers in 1519. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a crossword, fill in the gaps, True or False exercises and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included.
A Brief History of NASA - Reading Comprehension Text #GoogleExpeditionsQuick View
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text describes in the history of NASA from the Cold War to organizing the first colonies in Mars. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, a matching exercise and a fun crossword . The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions NASA virtual reality trip!
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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): Geography of the US Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about the “Geography of the United States”, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 8 different places in the US. They will first see the United States from above, then visit Montana, Philadelphia, New York City, Arizona, California, and finally Hawaii. As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying scavenger hunt by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to eight 360-degrees tours of the geography of the US -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting! Students of Science
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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): WORLD CITIES Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). Around the globe, most of Earth’s citizens live and work in cities. A few cities are so large, wealthy, historic, or beautiful that they are world famous, attracting thousands of tourists and visitors. This virtual field trip takes you on a tour of six of the world’s most impressive cities and the sights you can see there. First you will visit Tokyo, New York and San Francisco. Then you will go to Paris and London, followed with a final visit to Hong Kong in China. As the students go through this Google Expedition, they will be asked to complete an accompanying scavenger hunt by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to six 360-degrees panoramic virtual field tours of some of the world’s cities. -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in -Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting
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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): Geography of the POLES. Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about the Geography of the POLES, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 8 different locations at both ends of the Earth - the North and the South Poles. First they will visit the Arctic to learn about the tundra, glaciers, icebergs, Arctic sea ice, and nuclear-powered icebreakers that carry visitors to the North Pole. Then they will travel to Antarctica to explore the world’s largest ice sheet, the animals that live on the coldest continent, and the research being done there. As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying* scavenger hunt* by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to eight 360-degrees virtual field trips of the Geography of the Poles -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting!
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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): American Landmarks. Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about AMERICAN LANDMARKS, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 9 different landmarks in America. First they will visit Independence Hall, the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Monument. Then they will visit Mount Rushmore, the Alamo, the Gateway Arch and the Grand Canyon. Finally, they will go and learn more about the Statue of Liberty and the Golden Gate Bridge As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying* scavenger hunt* by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to nine 360-degrees virtual field trips of American Landmarks -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting!