1 label each individual state 2 label each nfl team

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1. Label each individual state. 2. Label each NFL team in its correct city. On a separate piece of paper, list those states which do not have a NFL team. 3. Secure the map to a piece of cardboard to push pins through. Locate Detroit, MI and mark it by attaching a string to a pin and placing the pin on Detroit, MI. 4. Refer to a copy of the team’s schedule for the current NFL season (DetroitLions.com). Using the pins and string, locate and mark your team’s away games. How many away games do they play? 5. Determine and keep track of the direction your team traveled to play their away games. 6. Using an atlas, determine how many miles the team traveled to each of their away games. How many total miles did the team travel throughout the season? 7. Determine if Detroit, MI is in a different time zone than Canton, OH. What is the time difference? If the starting time of a game is 4:00 p.m. in Canton, OH, what time is the game starting in Detroit, MI? 8. Keep a log of your team’s win-loss record for the season plus the number of points they have scored during each game. 9. Did your team win more home or away games? 10. How many miles is it from Detroit, MI to Houston, TX, site of Super Bowl LI?
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 15 Lions’ Team Travel
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 16 Career Exploration Goals/Objectives: Students will: Identify NFL careers. Conduct an exploratory interview to get an insider’s view of a particular career. Investigate career opportunities that reflect their interests, abilities, and personality. Utilize various sources of career information. National Standards: FACS: 1 - Career, Community, and Family Connections Methods/Procedures: Have students complete the following career worksheets and activities provided on the following pages: * Careers with the Lions * Lions Career Matching * Lions Career Future Materials: Career worksheets and activity descriptions Career reference books including: * Dictionary of Occupational Titles * Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) * Guide for Occupational Exploration * Occupational Outlook Quarterly Computer program “Ohio Career Information System (OCIS)” Internet access to career/job/vocation sites (i.e. http://stats.bls.gov) Assessment: Students will be assessed on performance and accuracy of responses.
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 17 Careers with the Lions Name:__________________________________________ There are hundreds of jobs in and around the Lions in addition to being an athlete. See if you can think of one job for each letter in the alphabet. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. S. T. U. V. W. X. Y. Z.
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 18 Lions Career Matching Name:__________________________________________ Directions: Match the careers on the left with the correct definition on the right: _____ Players Agent A. Good with computers and networking. Oversee all technology applications for teams.
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