This US History GeoInquiry is designed to enhance teaching the "13 Colonies during the 1700s" in US History classes. The activity uses a web-based map and is tied to the C3 Framework.
Explore the patterns of religion in the U.S. and world beyond the Puritan foundations found in The Scarlet Letter.
Explore the geographic similarities and differences of the locations of the early river valley civilizations.
Explore the spatial patterns of locations growth and change of the world’s largest cities at different times during the past two millennia.
Explore the ideas and evidence that helped Charles Darwin create his theory of evolution
Interpret properties of the landscape using topographic maps of well-known national parks. Topography & our national heritage - Esri GeoInquiries™ collection for Earth Science
Use an aerial photograph to determine the distance around a track and then calculate rate and time for each lap and the race as a whole.
A geoinquiry where students consider place-based hazards using remotely sensed data. Remote Sensing - Esri GeoInquiries™ collection for Earth Science
Explore how latitude elevation and proximity to the ocean influence temperature patterns in the world’s tropical temperate and polar zones.
Students learn about the first shots of the American Revolution and the battles that occurred before the Declaration of Independence.
Students will investigate how connections are made across Earth focusing on advancements in transportation and technology.
Explore the geographic context and spatial extent of the witch trials in the American colonies. Play: The Crucible by Arthur Mille
Examine variations in campaign financing for congressional elections through time and space.