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Learning about the characteristics of the American river network and its distribution.
KNOWLEDGE TYPE: declarative, procedural
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:to learn that the most important American rivers in the Pacific watershed are: the Fraser, the Columbia, the Colorado and the Balsas
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:to learn that most rivers in America originate in the mountain ranges in the West and flow into the watersheds of the Glacial Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:to learn that in Central America the rivers are short and mainly flow into the Atlantic watershed
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:prior knowledge of the hydrography of the American continent is required. The subject must previously have been taught by the teacher in class and the students must have acquired the necessary prior knowledge
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:to learn that the most important American rivers in the Atlantic watershed are: the San Lorenzo, the Hudson, the Mississippi, the Rio Grande or Rio Bravo, the Panuco, the Papaloapan, the Coazzacoalcos, the Grijalva and the Usamacinta, the Magdalena and the Orinoco, the Amazon and the Paraguay
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:to learn that the longest rivers flow into the Atlantic watershed, forming major basins
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Fecha publicación: 29.3.2015