विश्व भूगोल पढ़ाना चुनौतीपूर्ण और सारगर्भित साबित हो सकता है। शिक्षकों द्वारा मुकाबला करने के सर्वोत्तम तरीकों में से एक है, दुनिया भर के विभिन्न स्थानों के अपने अध्ययन को गतिशील और अनुकूलन योग्य परियोजनाओं के साथ जीवंत करना जो डिजिटल कहानी कहने, भूगोल और छात्र कल्पना को जोड़ती हैं।
छात्र जिस देश में अध्ययन कर रहे हैं, उसके प्रमुख स्थानों, पर्यटन स्थलों, और बहुत कुछ को उजागर करने के लिए एक यात्रा पोस्टर बना सकते हैं!
The Colosseum, also called the Flavian Amphitheater, is a large amphitheater in the center of Rome. It was built between 70-72 CE during the reign of the Flavian emperors as a gift to the Roman people. It is the largest ancient amphitheater ever built and the largest still standing in the world today at four stories high, with 80 entrances and seating for 50,000 people!
The Arch of Constantine, or Arco di Costantino, is a triumphal arch in Rome located near the Colosseum, dedicated to the ancient Roman emperor Constantine the Great. The arch sits on Via Triumphalis, the road upon which victorious military leaders would process with their troops when returning from battle. It was commissioned by the Roman Senate to commemorate Constantine's victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312 CE. It is 69 ft high and 85 ft wide!
The Pantheon in Rome ("Temple of All Gods") s a former Roman temple that was built during the reign of Augustus in 27 BCE and then rebuilt during the reign of emperor Hadrian in 126 CE. It has the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome! In the middle of the dome is an oculus or window to see the sun and stars. Beginning in 609 CE, the Catholic Church rededicated the Pantheon as a church called Basilica di Santa Maria and since then it has been in continuous use. It is visited by approximately 6 million people every year!
In ancient Roman mythology, twin brothers Romulus and Remus were the founders of Rome. They were part god and were saved as infants and raised by a wolf!