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    Geography - drawing the world?

    I remember learning to draw the world in Junior High and we came over from Classical Conversations where there would have been much drawing to commit to memory (the world, the eyeball, etc) in the Challenge years (7-12). Is there any drawing of geography in MP? Would there be reason to incorporate this, if it's not part of the curriculum? I have core grades 5, 4NU, and 3 (keeping up with my 4NU) this year. TIA!

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    Re: Geography - drawing the world?

    Hello.

    Geography III includes the Robinson Map Project, which is free hand drawing of the world map. It is optional work in the back of the workbook.

    Tanya

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      Re: Geography - drawing the world?

      Originally posted by YoursTruly View Post
      I remember learning to draw the world in Junior High and we came over from Classical Conversations where there would have been much drawing to commit to memory (the world, the eyeball, etc) in the Challenge years (7-12). Is there any drawing of geography in MP? Would there be reason to incorporate this, if it's not part of the curriculum? I have core grades 5, 4NU, and 3 (keeping up with my 4NU) this year. TIA!
      Hello,

      In Geography III (part of our 8th grade package) there is a Robinson Map Project in which "students will learn to freehand-draw each continent" as well as select major geographical features.

      HTH!

      ETA: Looks like Tanya and I answered at the same time!
      Michael
      Memoria Press

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        Re: Geography - drawing the world?

        Perfect! I'm glad to hear it! Being that it is optional, do I need to work that into lesson plans or is it included in the lesson plans (as optional)?

        Thanks again! Rachael

        Originally posted by Michael View Post
        Hello,

        In Geography III (part of our 8th grade package) there is a Robinson Map Project in which "students will learn to freehand-draw each continent" as well as select major geographical features.

        HTH!

        ETA: Looks like Tanya and I answered at the same time!

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          Re: Geography - drawing the world?

          Originally posted by YoursTruly View Post
          Perfect! I'm glad to hear it! Being that it is optional, do I need to work that into lesson plans or is it included in the lesson plans (as optional)?

          Thanks again! Rachael
          You're welcome! The project is included in the lesson plans.
          Michael
          Memoria Press

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