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21 California Missions

Ages 7-12
Published by hotrod53  •  Posted 404 days ago
Build your Mission along the California Coast. The Mission building area has the Mission name and can be teleported to via the spawn location.
Social Studies > Citizenship - Missions, build areas, California
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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
World Details and Requirements
Created by: Rod Ulrich, Shay Kornfeld
World version: 1.0
Supported MinecraftEdu Versions: 1.7.10
World Type: Exploration, Mission Based
Tags: Team Work, Building, missions, california, Social studies

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This world is indicative of the California 4th Grade Mission building project.  The world is divided into 21 different Plots, each plot representing each of the 21 California Missions.  The students can teleport themselves to their respective build sites from the spawn point.  The students will be building relatively close to each other, so this is a good map to teach ethics and laws to create a peacful working environment.  Students need to learn to work together, and near each other without compromising each others builds.  Also, the students learn geography skills, navigation, and understanding of the Californai Missions.  When the students have completed their missions, you will have a large map of the 21 California Missions. 

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Compliments to Shay Kornfeld for a great starting point!

Hi Shay, This is awesome! I could never locate this area in the other world that you contributed. This one worked perfectly. Our 4th Graders are definitely going to use this world. Thanks so much for all of your hard work in creating it and uploading it for others to use. Thank your students for us too! Montair Elementary 4th Graders

Thats great I am glad you were able to make something of it. This is definitely a work in progress, as next year I plan to make it muuuuuch bigger. Here is a video of what my students have built so far after the last month. https://youtu.be/Ob74YvNb590 I would love it if you could share yours as well when you get a chance. It will be cool for the students to compare...maybe even write to each other I dunno...

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