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Facilitated Activity at Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Step outside the Rouge and see how the ecosystem of this industrial setting, including soil, water, and air, has been transformed through sustainable design.
This Resource is for:Educators; Youth and Scouts; Students; Leadership
Theme:Science and Technology
Type of Use:Onsite Program, Mid-April to Mid-October, weather permitting
Curriculum Connection:U.S. History; Economics; World History; Business; Science; Environmental Education; Technology/Engineering; Arts and Design; Creative Problem Solving; Cross-disciplinary Thinking
National Science Education Standards: Science as Inquiry, Science in Personal and Social Perspectives, Science and Technology, Life Sciences, History and Nature of Science; Michigan Science Grade Level and High School Content Expectations 1 - E.ES.E.1; 2 - E.FE.E.2; 3 - E.ES.E.4, E.ES.E.5, E.SE.E.3; 4 - L.EC.E.2; 5 - L.EV.M.1; 6 - L.EC.M.1, L.EC.M.4; 7 - E.ES.M.1, E.ES.M.4, E.ES.M.8; 9-12 - Biology - L3.p3, L3.p4, B3.4, B3.4x, B3.5x; 9-12 - Earth Science - E2.4, E4.p1, E4.1
Grade/Age Level:Early Elementary; Upper Elementary; Middle School; High School; Adults; Brownie Girl Scouts; Junior Girl Scouts; Cadette Girl Scouts; Cub Scouts; Boy Scouts
Time Period:Era 9: America in a new global age
Pricing:Free with Ford Rouge Factory Tour admission
Venue:Ford Rouge Factory Tour
Tags:living roof, sedum, porous parking lot, swale, water, bird, bee, wildlife, tree, plant, green, industry, nature