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Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery:

Goals & Audience

Goals

The goal of the educational outreach is to provide educators with the resources and support needed to help students do the following:

  • Examine the geographic, scientific, and other discoveries made by the expedition to learn why it's considered one of the most successful expeditions in U.S. history
  • Identify and analyze the short- and long-term effects of the expedition, including how the expedition affected Native American tribes in the region
  • Develop complex and systematic reasoning about expedition-related decisions
  • Participate in collaborative assignments
  • Improve their knowledge of and skills required to use multimedia resources as tools in the learning process

Target Audience

The educational outreach was targeted to middle school American history teachers and their students, but the resources can also be adapted for use with elementary or high school students.

Standards Addressed

The social studies, math, science, and language arts lessons on the Web site correlate to the national McREL standards located online at www.mcrel.org.





In this section:
    Africa

    Auschwitz: Inside the
    Nazi State

    Building Big

    Culture Shock

    Cyberchase

    Evolution

    In Search of Shakespeare

    Lewis & Clark:
    The Journey of the
    Corps of Discovery

>      Goals & Audience

        Educational
        Outreach Elements

        Outcomes

        Challenges &
        Lessons Learned

    My Journey Home

    The New Americans

    Poetic License

    Promises

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