Exploring Physical And Cultural Landscapes

The overall theme of this teacher-tested unit is using maps to understand borders and their impacts in Europe. The materials will help your middle school students to use maps to think about how borders intersect physical and human geographical features, and how those intersections can lead to cooperation and/or conflict. The educator resources provided in the unit include maps, multimedia, and case studies that will enable students to develop skills in map analysis and apply that analysis to specific situations. Other parts of the unit will invite you and your students to explore similar cases in Europe and your own community.

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Photograph by: Sebastian Wasek, MyShot

Below are just some of the extensive resources you will find on this page.

Lesson 1: Political Borders

Lesson 2: Gathering Ideas About Europe

Lesson 3: Physical Geography of Europe

Lesson 4: Conflict on the Danube

Lesson 5: More Physical Geography and Borders

 

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