Which of the following describe how you could use Street View in a classroom? (Select all that apply.)

(A) While studying the Great Barrier Reef, students go underwater and explore different sections of the reef.

(B) As a writing prompt, the teacher zooms in on a certain area of the map and pulls up a picture. Students must describe the scene and tell a story of what happened.

(C) Students look at a map to locate their city during a lesson about community

(D) Students track the distance between places when talking about the Underground Railroad

Explanation

The situations that best describes how you could use Street View in a classroom are:

  • While studying the Great Barrier Reef, students go underwater and explore different sections of the reef. Street View will show you different sections of the reef that you can visit before actually going underwater.
  • As a writing prompt, the teacher zooms in on a certain area of the map and pulls up a picture. Students must describe the scene and tell a story of what happened. Street view will increase the participation of students in this game.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the Unit 8 Review of the Google for Education Advanced Training. You can find answers to all the Unit 8 Review questions in our Google for Education Advanced Training Answers page.

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