Field Trip to Nepal

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Field Trip to Nepal


In this virtual experience, students will…

  • Analyze the geography of Nepal and create a comparison chart of the landscape features with that of other countries in Asia.
  • Develop an understanding of the culture of Nepal by researching traditional clothing, cuisine, and festivals, and create a presentation to share with the class.
  • Evaluate the impact of tourism on Nepal’s economy and environment, and propose sustainable practices that can be adopted to preserve the country’s natural beauty.

Lesson overview

Nepal is located in the continent of Asia. Nepal borders the countries of India and China. It is landlocked, meaning it does not touch any seas or oceans. The capital city is Kathmandu, where the Nepali government is based. It has a population of almost 30 million people. In this virtual experience, you will explore the landscapes and cities of Nepal.



Lesson Plan

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