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Lighthouses Around the World
The second grade students at the
Mildred L. Day School
in Arundel, Maine are studying about lighthouses in their state for an integrated curriculum unit. Michael Richards, their technology teacher/integrator is setting up a wiki with pictures of different lighthouses in Maine.
Let's use this wiki to expand the learning for Michael's students and share photographs and information about lighthouses from around the world. Look for unique lighthouses so the students can compare them to the lighthouses of Maine. They will compare similarities and differences.
When posting a picture of a light house
Tell the location and some information about the lighthouse
Let us know who you are, twitter/plurk name and where you are from
If you are using pictures from flickr or other sources, please cite the owner of the photo.
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How a Fresnel Lens Works
This is best viewed with Quicktime Plug-in 2.0 and Quicktime 3. It will work (at a lower quality) with Quicktime Plug-in 1.0
You can find information and links for more than 10,400 of the world's lighthouses. Updated regularly.
Photo Gallery from PBS
These are photo galleries from the PBS shows,
Legendary Lighthouses I and II
. Photos are organized by geographical area in
U.S. Coast Guard for kids (and teachers)
This site includes links for coloring book, Coast Guard mascots, Teacher's Guide for teaching USCG history, a Teacher's Guide
for teaching lighthouses in K-4, a gallery of lighthouse images
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This Webquest was designed for 5th graders but, I think that with support, and by working collaboratively, younger students
will be able to successfully complete it.
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