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Materials: Students and teacher created item list ProFootballHOF.com Scales for weighing objects Assessment: Student created tables of items sold, recyclable items, items recycled and total poundage. Students will deliver a formal presentation on their findings. Teacher posts results and student findings (charts). How Much Can Be Recycled?
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 11 How Much Can Be Recycled? Ford Field Items Sold Item A Item B Item C Item D Game 1 Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Game 2 Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Game 3 Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Total Weight: Students may add items, delete items, add games, delete games depending on time constraints.
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 12 From Humble Beginnings: The Story of the Lions Goals/Objectives: Students will: Understand the beginnings of football as we know it today. National Standards: U.S History: 11 - Era 7: The Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930); 12 - Era 8: The Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945); 13 - Era 9: Postwar United States (1945 to early 1970’s); 14 - Era 10: Contemporary United States (1968 to the Present) Methods/Procedures: Students will visit the Detroit Lions’ website: DetroitLions.com and the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s website: ProFootballHOF.com. A tour through these websites informs students how the Lions began, who were the early superstars, and who helped the Lions become what they are today. Students will take notes. If the class can take a field trip to Ford Field, students should take notes as they tour. Students will complete a one page report on the history of the Detroit Lions from the research gathered. Students will then present this information (first game, first player drafted, etc.) to the class. Materials: DetroitLions.com ProFootballHOF.com Lions History on page 1. Assessment: Students will be able to verbally share with others more about the rich history of the Detroit Lions
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 13 Goals/Objectives: Students will: Improve geography skills using football team facts and locations. Use map skills with football facts. Explore data from NFL players and teams. National Standards: Geography: 2-Places and Regions; 5-Environment and Society Methods/Procedures: Have students complete the Lions’ Team Travel worksheet Materials: Worksheet: Lions’ Team Travel Maps, atlas, online resources 2016 Detroit Lions’ Schedule Writing utensils Paper or posterboard Pushpins and string Assessment: Students will be assessed on accuracy of responses to worksheet: Lions’ Team Travel Lions’ Team Travel
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 14 Lions’ Team Travel Directions: Using a blank United States map (next page) and a 2016 NFL schedule complete the following activities.
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