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Physical Features of Georgia

Photo of trees growing in a Georgia swamp

The Physical Features of Georgia virtual field trip guides students through twelve of the state’s physical features: the Blue Ridge Mountains, Brasstown Bald, the monadnocks (Arabia, Panola, and Stone Mountains), Red Top Mountain, the Fall Line, Providence Canyon, Okefenokee Swamp, the Savannah and Chattahoochee Rivers, and the barrier islands.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore the 12 physical features of Georgia through video footage, photo galleries, and interactive maps.
  • Analyze the importance of water in Georgia’s historical development and economic growth.
  • Assess how the four transportation systems (road, air, water, and rail) of Georgia contribute to the development and growth of the state’s economy.
  • Engage in critical thinking with discussion questions that probe enduring understandings in social studies.

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Support Materials

360° Videos

OKEFENOKEE

Owl’s Roost Tower

Okefenokee Swamp Park Tour

Impact of Wild Fires

Outside Pioneer Island Homestead

Inside Pioneer Island Homestead

PROVIDENCE CANYON

Overlook

Canyon Floor

Bird’s Eye View of Providence Canyon

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