P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

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Great Lakes Map Quest

Using the graphics application Paintbrush, students will create maps of the Great Lakes and label each lake and its surrounding waterways. Students will incorporate their maps into informational blog postings about the Great Lakes focusing on: Details about each lake [i.e. depth & volume, State borders, etc.] Details on how the lakes formed Natural resources […]

The Great Lakes Song by Shel Silverstein & Pat Dailey

Lyrics to The Great Lakes Song : Sweet Mother Michigan, Father Superior Coming down from Mackinaw and Sault Ste. Marie Blue water Huron Rolls down to Lake Erie-o, falls into Ontario And runs out to sea The great lakes are a diamond On the hand of North America A bright shinning jewel on the friendship border […]

The World According to Ayanna Belton 2-102

Pakistani Dancing Horses Ali 5-305

You probably won’t believe me that there are dancing horses. Many people in Pakistan have horses. People there train their horses. Then, a festival occurs. Finally, there is a competition between a city. Then, Between a country.Then, it goes between country and country.For example, I  have seen dance competitions between India and Pakistan.   Pakistan Zindabad!!

Guatemala Has Mad Volcanoes – by Mr. Jump with 2-110

How many volcanoes are there in Guatemala? There have been hundreds of volcanoes over the millennia in Guatemala but only 35 are now active volcanoes. Most active volcanoes in Guatemala occur in belts produced by the subduction of the Pacific Ocean floor under the North American plate. If you rub your hands together fast you feel […]

Geography of Morocco Part One by Class 3-205 & Mr. Jump

Morocco has a coastline that is in both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. One side of Morocco is bordering water and the other side of Morocco is bordering the Western Sahara Desert.

The South Korean Flag by Christian Cabrera 5-304

This is the South Korean flag. It is also called Taegeukgi. It has three parts, a white background, a red and blue taegeuk, and four black trigrams, one in each corner of the flag. These trigrams are carried over from the eight trigrams, which are Chinese origins.

My Favorite Place by Mamunur Bhuiyan 3-204

In Bangladesh use to live in Chittagong. My favorite place to go was FOYAZ LAKE . In Foyaz Lake there was a place called Water World. In Water World when we pass the natural lake by a boat. The two side surround with hills & both hills were green & graceful. Various birds were twittering that moment. […]

Climate of Portugal By Davone Dawson 4-210

The climate of Portugal in the winter is at a high 61 degrees Fahrenheit and they get about  5 to 6 hours of sun. ( the winter there does not sound very cold ) The spring there is at high 72 degrees Fahrenheit in that season they get about 10 hours of sun. In  the summer there is a […]

The Seven Continents of the World by Furqan Khan 3-201

There are 7 continents of the world. The 7 continents are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and Antaractica. Africa is the continent of Morocco. North America is where we live in. South America is America but south. Asia is the first largest and populous continent. Africa is the second largest and second populous continent. […]

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