GIS and Language Arts

Blog Post created by alew on Mar 16, 2015

Some teachers have asked how they might use GIS effectively in Language Arts. As it turns out, there are many applications. One recent example, proposed by language arts teacher Kelly Eddy would have students map Huck Finn's journey down the Mississippi River. In addition to simply mapping major points of interest along the river, students could practice writing skills by including brief descriptions in pop-up boxes at each key location.


The link below will also take you to a valuable resource of ideas for using GIS as an instructional tool in Language Arts.

GIS for English Language Arts