European Explorers Theme Page The Age of Exploration general resources Baseline Maps For Plotting Voyages. explorersof new France (Early Canada); European explorers in the new world ; http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/CITE/explorer.htm
European Explorers - Age Of Exploration European explorers of the "new world" in the Age of general Links. The Age of Exploration from the Mariner's Museum source documents and multimedia resources covering Juan Bautista de http://www.chenowith.k12.or.us/tech/subject/social/explore.html
Extractions: General Links The Age of Exploration from the Mariner's Museum in Newport News, Virginia. Includes a timeline and curriculum guide. Discoverer's Web by a Netherlands University faculty member. Explorers of the Millennium from the ThinkQuest Jr. project. Who Goes There: European Exploration of the New World a Thinkquest project Discovery School's Exploration Station - learn about some of the most famous European explorers who sailed the high seas. Empire of the Bay from the PBS series. Includes Hudson, Champlain, Cartier, and others. Florida of the Conquistador facts about Ponce deLeon, Panfilo de Narvaez, Hernando deSoto, and Tristan deLuna. PBS: Conquistadors - learn all about Cortes, Pizarro, Orellana, and Cabeza De Vaca- four men who helped explore the new world. Enchanted Learning Explorers Room 30's Explorer Page reports by a San Jose 5th Grade class. Bartholemew Dias, Vasco da Gama, Christopher Columbus, Amerigo Vespucci, and Ferdinand Magellan are covered.
Education World® - *History : World History : Explorers : General Resources RECENT STORIES. Archives. Administrators. Books in Ed. Curriculum. Great Sites. Lesson Planning. School Issues. Site Reviews. Special Themes. Teacher Lessons. Tech In Classroom. The Arts. Foreign Languages Quick Research. world resources. School Directory TOP * History world History explorers. 10 total subcategories. Displaying 1 10 how it is that the new world came to be named for http://db.educationworld.com/perl/browse?cat_id=5490
Spanish Explorers Venture To The New World ship sailing to the new world during the 16th century well as the resources the early explorers relied on for includes general background information on the conquistadors as well as http://www.dedham.k12.ma.us/elementary/riverdale/WebQuests/Nichols-Ouellette/Spa
Extractions: Spanish Explorers: In Search Of ? A WebQuest for 5th Grade Question l Background Information l Tasks l Resources l Activities l Assessment Question Why did the Spanish explorers risk their lives to explore new lands? Background Information The age of exploration was driven by a combination of many forces. European countries had a variety of political, religious, and economic reasons to explore new lands. Individual explorers often shared some of the same motives as the nations they represented but often they had their own reasons for exploring. The Spanish conquistadors were one group of explorers who sailed for Spain. They explored the Americas during the first half of the 1500's. It was during this time that the Spanish dominated the settlement of the Americas. Task Imagine you are a conquistador on a ship sailing to the New World during the 16th century. You have decided to tell the members of your crew all about your hopes and dreams for the upcoming seafaring adventure. You must choose one of the explorers in the table below to research. Your expert knowledge of one of these daring men will uncover the answer to our question.
Eighteenth-Century Resources -- History resources on the Net. History. general resources. Internet Modern History Sourcebook and discussions of world explorers from antiquity to the and promotes the editor's new book. H.M.S http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/history.html
Gunston Middle School Library: Explorers Of The New World Who were the explorers of the new world? What motivated them to come to this hemisphere information about the European explorers of the new world. general Internet resources http://www.arlington.k12.va.us/schools/gunston/library/students/links/explorers/
Extractions: Viking Explorers Who were the explorers of the New World? What motivated them to come to this hemisphere? What challenges did they encounter here? What did changes did they bring back to Europe? What is their legacy? After using books, magazines and reference materials, search these Internet links to find additional information about the European Explorers of the New World. Prince Henry the Navigator - The European Voyages of Exploration /Department of History / The University of Calgary - This is part of an outstanding tutorial on exploration.
Explorers Of North America explorers of North general resources. sommen.htm This venture allows cybernauts freeentry into the first virtual universe devoted to new France a new world. http://www.socsd.k12.ny.us/explorers.html
Extractions: Explorers of North America General Resources Virtual Museum of New France http://www.vmnf.civilization.ca/somm-en.htm This venture allows cybernauts free entry into the first virtual universe devoted to New France: a new world. Include profiles of: Champlain, Cartier, Marquette, Jolliet, La Salle, Brule, and other exlorers. Great Explorers of the World and their Expeditions http://www.itsnet.com/home/getlost/explore.html Mariners Museum http://www.mariner.org/age/menu.html ... http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/HIST/tutor/eurvoya/intro.html This is a must see site for everyone! Click on "Knowledge & Power" for great ship info. Lots of other great links! Explorers Page http://www.cgps.org/cgslab/explorers.htm Very good for Balboa, Cabral, Columbus, Cortez, deGama, Ponce, Dias, Magellan, Vespucci, Navigation Tools, Maps. Life Aboard a Ship http://www.mariner.org/age/health.html one-page info on health and sickness aboard ships Explorers in General http://www.snowcrest.net/jmike/explor.html
Gunston Middle School Library: Explorers Of The New World and reference materials, search these Internet links to find additional informationabout the European explorers of the new world. general Internet resources. http://www.arlington.k12.va.us/schools/gunston/library/students/links/explorers/
Extractions: Viking Explorers I ntroduction Who were the explorers of the New World? What motivated them to come to this hemisphere? What challenges did they encounter here? What did changes did they bring back to Europe? What is their legacy? After using books, magazines and reference materials, search these Internet links to find additional information about the European Explorers of the New World. The European Voyages of Exploration: Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
Extractions: @import url("http://fragment.nl/css/resources.css"); This website looks much better in a web standards compliant browser. The reason you are reading this message is probably because you visit this site with an old, non-standards compliant browser. It's probably a good idea to update your browser. Visit the Web Standards Project for more information on web standards and which browsers support them. Although you're missing out on the fabulous ;-) design of this website, all the content should still be accessible, whatever browser you use. Cyberculture Resources Texts About Home Resources Resources Index The subject of this bibliography are contributions on Computer-Mediated Communication, that deal with communication in webchats and IRC (partially also MUDs and MOOs) under the perspective of linguistics, communication research and/or social sciences. (Note: very extensive site, both online and offline sources.) Brian Alexander's Cybercultures Site
Deliver Your Media: General Resources Invisible world an Australian multimedia studio offering of the surreal and sublime;explore new cinematic forms monthly video clips of explorers From Earth http://www.deliveryourmedia.com/links-general-resources.html
NSTW General Resources/Programming leading her class on fantastic field trips into the world of science. The new explorerswith Bill Kurtis The new explorers portrays scientists in the field. http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/nstw/teach/nstw98/english/repro.htm
Extractions: From the fictional "Nye Labs"where there's always something bubbling in a beakerto far above the earth, Bill Nye takes science out of the classroom, then adds adventure and his own inimitable zaniness to prove just how integral science is to everyday life. Working alongside a diverse cast of children, science experts and celebrity guests, Nye introduces and explores each program's main topic using studio demonstrations and experiments. The demonstrations use inexpensive, safe household items to enable viewers to follow along at home or in the classroom. Children may write to KCTS to obtain a free subscription to The Big News of Science , a twice-yearly newsletter about the show. KCTS Outreach Department 401 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109-9721 Tel: 1-800-937-5287 Web: nyelabs.kcts.org/
Extractions: TEACHER RESOURCES - General Primary 4 Blocks Literacy Framework A framework for teaching guided reading, self-selected reading, writing and working with words. 100th Day Activities 100th Day of School Website Over a hundred teacher made ideas to help you celebrate the big day across the curriculum. ABC Teach "This is the place for fun ideas and activities for kids, parents, students teachers, and teachers." A Tale to be Told Students have a mystery to solve while reading folktales from other lands. A to Z Teacher Stuff Thematic Units Index The elementary teacher's one-stop source for online thematic units, theme resources, literature activities, lesson plans, and activities. A. Pintura Art Detective "An online game about art history and art composition." A+ Math Games, activities and flashcards to help students improve their math skills.
Extractions: (CAC) General Information Pages This "general information" page consists of some sites that are difficult to list in other categories of the CAC, as well as sites focused on pre-colonial and post-colonial history of indigenous peoples of the Caribbean that do no neatly fit into the other categories. In addition, sites pertaining to the indigenous peoples of other territories than those listed on the current community pages are listed here. They are listed here given that either they are insufficient in number to form their own category, or, they do not yet possess any organized asssociations of indigenous peoples. MISCELLANY The Ameribbean: Information, pictures and cultures of Indigenous Tribes in Central America and the Caribbean (in progress). Ancient Beadmakers of the Caribbean, By David R. Watters: The exquisitely crafted beads, pendants and related objects from Trants attest to the skill of its Saladoid inhabitants in working stone and shell. Our research involves analyzing beads held in museum collections as well as conducting new excavations to document these artifacts in their stratigraphic context, from which we can interpret their antiquity and cultural implications The Fire this Time: a comprehensive website utilising text, photos, animation and numerous musical mp3's to examine the links between black and indigenous peoples (Black Indians). Among other things the site examines the history of indigenous (Amerindian) people in Jamaica, Cuba, Belize, Bolivia, Peru, Costa Rica, Panama, Brazil and their struggles and cultures were linked and often joined with those of black people to form "Black Indian" culture. See especially the sections on "Black Indian Resistance" and "Supai Reservation".
ShopPlus Store (Lifetime's Online Resource Guide) D Aulaire Biographies. Diana Waring History resources. general History. CreationAdventure Series. explorers. general new world History. Government and Civics. http://www.lifetimebooksandgifts.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/st_main.html?p_catid=1&sid
Explorers general Sites. The French Come to the new world biographies of French explorers,God, Glory and Gold Roots of Exploration - Thinkquest, http://www.picadome.fcps.net/lab/currl/explorer/default.htm
Extractions: Explorers General Sites Individual Explorer Pages General Sites The Age of Exploration - elementary themes web links The Age of Exploration - explorer pages by high school students information about Columbus, Drake, Magellan, Hernando de Soto, Ponce de Leon, and Vasco de Gama Mr. Avery's Class: Explorers Project - 5th grade explorer reports on Vespucci, Captain Cook, Ericson, De Soto, Columbus, Magellan, Marco Polo, Cabot, Ponce De Leon, and Vasco de Gama The Case of the Missing Trunks - Explorer Webquest Clothesline Biographies - info on Columbus written by 2nd graders Conquistadors - PBS online learning adventure Discovers by Alphabet - high school reading level information on explorers from A - Z Discoverers Web - numerous resources with various reading levels Discovery and Exploration - high school reading level documents the discovery and exploration with both manuscripts and published maps Early Explorers m atch famous early explorers with their accomplishments European Explorers - explorer bios organized by country Explorations of the Northwest Passage -Arctic and Northwest Passage explorers Explorer Trading Cards - written by Mr. Leahy's 5th graders Explorer look at portraits and see if you can earn Explorer Trading Cards
Explorers general Explorer Information Europeon explorers in the new world from Chenowith,OR http//www.chenowith.k12.or.us/tech/subject/social/explore.html. http://www.kathimitchell.com/explorer.htm
Explorers grade students. new. explorers Includes names, dates explorers of the world. explorers - Theme page. new. European Exploration The Beginnings - general information on the beginning http://edtech.kennesaw.edu/web/explorer.html
Extractions: Explorers Research/Informational Sites 1492 - An Ongoing Voyage - See all of this exhibit! Don't miss a link! Age of Exploration Timeline Cabeza de Vaca's Trails - Use the drop-down menu to explore this Web site. Conquest Trails..Alabama Conquest Trails in North America - Click on the map to zoom in to a certain area. Conquistadors - From PBS. NEW DeSoto De Soto's Trail - Click on the map to zoom in on a certain area! DeSoto's Trail Through Georgia Discoveries After Prince Henry Discoverers by Alphabet - Scroll down and click on the explorer you wish to learn about. Discoverers Web - This site provides a comprehensive list of sources about exploration and discovery. Discovery and Exploration - From the Library of Congress. Dynamic Explorers ..History for Teens - Learn about De Soto and DeVaca and the Native Americans here. NEW English Conquest of Georgia Explorer Reports - By fifth grade students. NEW Explorers - Includes names, dates, and ONLY basic information. Explorers of the Land - Click on the explorer you want to learn about. Explorers of the World Explorers - Theme page.
Explorers Webquest Use the links in the resources table to answer the You have learned how the earlyexplorers played an part in the discovery and expansion of the new world. http://www.schools.manatee.k12.fl.us/webdisk/landers/WebPages/explorers/explorer
Extractions: New World Explorers -a webquest- Introduction Task Process Resources ... Credits Introduction: Who were the explorers of the New World? What motivated them to come to this hemisphere? What challenges did they encounter here? What changes did they bring back to Europe? What is their legacy? [Top] Task: You will choose an explorer to research. Next, you will need to create an Inspiration diagram to help you plan your research. This diagram will also be used for note-taking and to record useful website addresses for your explorer. You will compile all the information you have been able to gather on your explorer and create a Keynote presentation for the class. [Top] Process: STEP 1: Background Knowledge It might help you in your research to first have a class or small group discussion about the following topic: Why did people explore? Click here to get an overview on why people went out into the world and risked their lives to 'explore' STEP 2: Creating a Research Plan Using Inspiration create a Research Plan . Save a copy of your Research Plan on your desktop or hard drive in folder called "Explorers". You will use your Research Plan to take notes based on information you find during your research. You will also need to copy the url's of websites where you find useful information and images.
Intearlyexplorers Early explorers Intermediate. Introduction Task Process resources Evaluation Conclusion Introduction Who were the explorers of the new world? http://www.schools.manatee.k12.fl.us/cornwell/desconectproj/intearlyexplorers.ht