Alyna RuizCrystal ActonJayme FriedmanJason CurodeauMarch 6, 2012Geography 300 Mileage Map and Conversions Lesson PlanObjectives: Students will be able to map out the distances of places in their areas (i.e.Home to school, home to supermarket) in their area and obtain the miles it takes to getfrom point A to B. Conversions of mileage to meters and feet will also be used.Pre-Assessment: The teacher will need to assess the students’ ability to draw a map oftheir area as well as obtain mileage.List of Materials: Paper, colored pencilsIntroduction: The teacher will give the students a list of places that they can use for theirmap. Questions can be asked to see where the students feel they visit the most, such asthe library, store, or park.Presentation: The students will be taught the conversions for mile to meter, and meter tofeet. Students will then be given the task of obtaining the mileage from their house toschool, and two other places they frequently visit in their area, such as a park or store.After getting the mileage, the students will then need to make a map of how they got tothese places on a piece of paper. With their mileage, students will need to find the metersand feet to each place.Evaluation: Since the students are mapping out places, and using math to figure out thedistances, the teacher is able to assess the students’ knowledge in both of these areas.