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  1.   Book: Finland
Book: Finland Chapter One: The Landscape Subject area(s): Social Studies, English Language Arts Amount of time needed: One 40-minute period Objectives: At the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1) Identify animals and plants that live in Finland. 2) Describe the climate and geography of Finland. 3) Create a wi...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Radioactive Isotopes
...ere Cs-137, I-131, and Sr-90. These isotopes have half-lives sufficiently long to allow them to migrate into the human body or, in the case of Iodine, have the tendency to accumulate in the thyroid gland. The plume from the burning graphite initially traveled in a northwest direction toward Sweden, Finland and Eastern Europe, exposing the public to levels up to 100 times the normal background radiation. A very serious concern involves the contamination of grain and dairy products from fallout. This contamination may cause permanent internal contamination. Both Sr-90 and I-131 migrate to vital organs in the bo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Our Future - Nuclear Power
...known to Cs-137, I-131, and Sr-90. These isotopes have half-lives sufficiently long to allow them to migrate into the body or, in the case of Iodine, have the tendency to accumulate in the thyroid gland. The plume from the burning graphite initially traveled in a northwest direction toward Sweden, Finland and Eastern Europe, exposing the public to levels up to 100 times the normal background radiation. A very serious concern was the contamination of grain and dairy products from fallout. This contamination presented the chance for permanent internal contamination. Both Sr-90 and I-131 migrate to vital organs...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   2006 Tracking Narwhals in Greenland - The Good, The Bad and The Arctic
...the pack ice habitat. The environmental, social, and economic consequences of Arctic climate change are a primary concern of an intergovernmental group known as the Arctic Council. Members of the Arctic Council include all of the nations whose territory includes the Arctic region: Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden, and the United States. In addition, the Council also includes six international organiza- tions that represent many indigenous peoples of the Arctic: Aleut International Association, Arctic Athabaskan Council, Gwich'in Council International, Inuit Circumpol...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   The Euro Quiz
...for 8-14 year olds. Click here: Our guide to the euro Students can use this information to set quiz questions of their own. Plenary Recap on the new pieces of information learned and students present their own questions. Teachers' Background The 12 countries who use the euro are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain and Portugal. One euro is worth about 70p. The biggest euro banknote will be 500 euros - worth over GBP350! Here are all the euro banknotes: 500 euros (worth about GBP350) 200 euros 100 euros 50 and 20 euros 10 and 5 euros 1 euro can b...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   If a Runner Runs, Does a Sweater Sweat?
The Internet TESL Journal Vocabulary Lesson: If a Runner Runs, Does a Sweater Sweat?Rolf Palmberg rpalmber [at] vmail.abo.fi Department of Teacher Education, Abo Akademi University (Finland) IntroductionIt is true that a person who runs is a runner, but is it also true that a person who sweats is a sweater? And if you call someone who writes a writer, would you call someone who draws a drawer? And does the fact that a teacher points to something make him or her a pointer? English words that en...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Men and Women - Equal at Last?
...ebatesMultinationals - Help or Hindrance? First World ObligationIs Grammar Necessary? More DebatesViolence in the Media Needs to be RegulatedInternet Craze Related ArticlesConversation Lesson - Multinationals - Help or Hindranc...Conversation Lesson: Multinationals - Help or Hindrance...Religion in Finland - Status of WomenStatus of Women - Finland - 20th Century - Encyclopedia...Debates - Internet Craze - Lesson Plan Debates for Esl ... Preventing DiabetesDiabetes Warning SignsKeep Kids Diabetes-FreeWhat is Diabetes?What is Pre-diabetes?Diabetes and Pregnancy What's HotConditional FormsChantsConfusing Words...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Information Gathering
...nes the red cross). Explain to the children that the colors on this flag are there for a reason. The red symbolizes the lava of volcanoes, and is a cross because the country is part of Scandinavia. Scandinavia is the name of a collection (or group) of countries in northern Europe, including Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland. The blue on the Icelandic flag stands for the ocean, which surrounds the country, and the white symbolizes the glaciers in Iceland. Reveal the Iceland flag (number four) on the research notes, and have the children draw the flag using the blue and red crayons provided. 7) Remi...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  9.   The World Does Business with Nebraska
...phate Co. Inc. Saskatchewan Premdor, Inc. Premdor, Inc. Premoule Premoule Quebecor Remcor SELC Quebecor (formerly American Signature) LBT Inc. Automated Monitoring & Control Inc. Nebraska and the World: A Resource Guide for Teachers , copyright 2000, UNL Center for Economic Education 26 Country Finland France France Germany Germany Hong Kong Hong Kong Italy Company(s) Culter Ltd. Delachaux Groupe Schneider S.A. Ruhrgas A.G. Degussa A.G. Swire Group Wharf, Ltd. & World International Fiat U.S. Company(s) Culter Food Science Corp. Industrial Electric Reels Square D American Meter Degussa United States Cold...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Why Does Delaware Have Such a Strange Shape?
...town of New Castle is located. We called the settlement New Amstel. Swedes: [Moves to northern Delaware] I represent the country of Sweden. In 1637, a group of my countrymen sailed to America and settled in the area along the Christina River in northern Delaware. Along with a group of settlers from Finland we established Fort Christina at the present site of Wilmington. Lord Baltimore: My name is Cecil Calvert. I am an English nobleman with the title of Lord Baltimore. In 1632, King Charles the First, the King of Great Britain, gave me a charter to an area of land in America. A charter is a written document t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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