History Lessons for Fourth Grade, Correlated with Study of Local Conditions

Clara I. Mitchell
1900 The Course of Study  
through experiment) the relation of the transporting power to velocity, volume, and slope. (b3) Littoral Deposition. Material: Shore drift, detritus delivered by streams. Conditions of deposition determined by observation and experiment. Effect of fresh water, salt water, volume, and velocity. Manner of sorting and depositing. Land forms: Spit, bar, hook, wave-built terrace. Show pictures of these as formed in the Great Lakes. Use United States Engineer maps. Deltas: How made. Conditions
more » ... . Conditions necessary. Some important ones. Their effect. Sand Dunes: (not an essential feature, but often present.) Where formed. Process. Conditions necessary. Shape and height of dunes at Dune Park. Relation to the prevailing wind. Shape, size, and arrangement of material. Value of dunes to the coast. Migrating dunes. (c) Bearing of these shore features on the location and development of Chicago. Other factors in the city's growth. (d) Study of other shore lines. Their effect upon settlement, harbors, commerce, fishing, climate, vegetation, and naval power of country. Shore of New England. Shore of (through experiment) the relation of the transporting power to velocity, volume, and slope. (b3) Littoral Deposition. Material: Shore drift, detritus delivered by streams. Conditions of deposition determined by observation and experiment. Effect of fresh water, salt water, volume, and velocity. Manner of sorting and depositing. Land forms: Spit, bar, hook, wave-built terrace. Show pictures of these as formed in the Great Lakes. Use United States Engineer maps. Deltas: How made. Conditions necessary. Some important ones. Their effect. Sand Dunes: (not an essential feature, but often present.) Where formed. Process. Conditions necessary. Shape and height of dunes at Dune Park. Relation to the prevailing wind. Shape, size, and arrangement of material. Value of dunes to the coast. Migrating dunes. (c) Bearing of these shore features on the location and development of Chicago. Other factors in the city's growth. (d) Study of other shore lines. Their effect upon settlement, harbors, commerce, fishing, climate, vegetation, and naval power of country. Shore of New England. Shore of Virginia and South Carolina. Coast of England. Fiords of Norway. Use pictures from picture collection and stereopticon views. READING FOR PUPILS.
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