Module 1 Lesson 2: Journeys through the Columbia River Basin

Overview

Students will learn about the physical and human geography of the Columbia River Basin through exposure to images of various parts of the watershed and stories from travellers who have made their way through the watershed. (Note: depending on students’ previous familiarity with or connection to the Columbia River, this lesson may be moved to later in the unit, after they have developed these connections somewhat more).

Lesson: Journeys through the Columbia River Basin

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