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Discovery School: Geography Lesson Plans

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Discovery Education provides numerous lesson plans dealing with geography. Content is organized by grade level, but all lesson plans include suggestions for adaptations for older or younger audiences. Most of the lesson plans include assessment and extension suggestions, vocabulary, and alignment with standards. Some of them do reference videos available for purchase from the Discovery store.

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Discovery School Lesson Plans Library

Discovery School Lesson Plans Library's library holds hundreds of lesson plans organized by grade level and subject area. Often rooted with an Internet research piece, each lesson plan contains specific objectives, procedures, discussion questions, evaluation measures,

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New York Times on the Web Daily Lesson Plan

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