In this lesson, students will embark on a virtual field trip to the Statue of Liberty. This exciting tour will enable students to make observations related to the statue's iconic history. These observations will allow students to gain an appreciation of the size of the statue, what the statue represents, and how it is an important symbol to our country.
Learning Resource Type
Primary Learning Objectives
Students will become familiar with the history, significance, and physical facts of this famous landmark/sculpture.
Additional Learning Objective(s)
Students will be able to indicate/name the location of the statue on a map of New York State and explain one reason for this location choice.
Students will be able to describe at least two historical events that happened at the time of the statue’s dedication.
Students will give an example of an item that represents an idea, thought, or feeling, and apply this knowledge to the ideals that the statue represents.
Students will visually recognize the statue, including the various parts (tablet, torch, crown) and be able to recall physical and historical facts about the statue.