Investigation 2: How do paths look from different perspectives?
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This investigation uses literature to study paths and to help students understand how the world looks from different elevations. Students also identify natural and human-made paths in satellite images. A local or state map is the basis for an activity in which a flashlight beam from different distances demonstrates the possible view at different altitudes. The investigation concludes with an examination of satellite images of three cities. Students identify natural and human-made pathways in the images.
K-4 Module 4 Investigation 2 in .pdf format
Investigation 2 Student Materials in .pdf format
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