Students in Mindy Baudouin’s fourth grade class at Lakewood Elementary participated in a gallery walk to compare various types of maps. They visited six different stations and discussed as a group the similarities and differences in the maps. Their answers were recorded on a graphic organizer. Pictured above from left to right are: Marely Huerta, Gage Seyfert, Dylan Hicks, and Isabel Dial comparing a map of New Orleans in 1849 to a map of modern day New Orleans.
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