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  1.   Debt Slavery and Children in Pakistan, A Case Study
Printer Friendly Version Debt Slavery and Children in Pakistan, A Case Study Kenneth T. Saroka, East Brunswick (NJ) High School OVERVIEW: Throughout the world, 250 million children are working to earn money for their families, 125 million work full time. The conditions under which they labor are often brutal and often the result of economic conditions that their parents...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   UN Leading Support Of Pakistan's Flood Victims
Grade Level: 7-10 Subject: Social Studies Lesson for August 16, 2010 UN Leading Support Of Pakistan's Flood Victims On July 29, 2010, monsoon rains set off flash floods and mudslides in northwestern Pakistan. The disaster is the worst in generations, affecting as many as 14 million Pakistanis and killing at least 1,200. United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the region last weekend, seei...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  3.   India and Pakistan
India and Pakistan Curriculum connections-Social Studies - International relations Locate Pakistan, India and the Kashmir region on a world map and inform the students that there has been ongoing fighting over Kashmir, a northern region bordering India and Pakistan. India and Pakistan have gone to war over the territory three...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Un Appeals for More Pakistan Aid
UN Appeals for More Pakistan Aid (12th August, 2010) The United Nations has appealed for $460 million in urgent aid for Pakistan's flood relief. The devastating floods may so far have killed 1,600 people, according to UN estimates, but have made 15 million homeless. UN humanitarian chief John Holmes said half-a-billion dollars of funds...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  5.   India and Pakistan in the Wake of the Mumbai Attacks
...eet the Staff + In the Press + What Research Says + Newsletter Archives + Contribute Place an Order Online Order Form calendar maillist calendar The Choices Program Brown University ? Box 1948 Providence, RI 02912 (p) 401-863-3155 (f) 401-863-1247 Brown University watson 1. Resources 2. ? India and Pakistan in the Wake of the Mumbai Attacks Teaching with the News Teaching with the News India and Pakistan in the Wake of the Mumbai Attacks India Today, India and Pakistan face each other with hostility and suspicion heightened by the terror attacks in Mumbai. Both countries have nuclear weapons. Some experts think...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Pakistan's Floods
...proach + Meet the Staff + In the Press + What Research Says + Newsletter Archives + Contribute Place an Order Online Order Form calendar maillist calendar The Choices Program Brown University ? Box 1948 Providence, RI 02912 (p) 401-863-3155 (f) 401-863-1247 Brown University watson 1. Resources 2. ? Pakistan's Floods Teaching with the News Teaching with the News Pakistan's Floods pakistan floodsPakistan's terrible floods began in the summer of 2010, but their devastating effects continue. Although media coverage has dwindled, the crisis persists as over a million people remain displaced, many without reliable ac...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Conflict in Pakistan'S Tribal Areas: Causes and Solutions
Search FRONTLINE TEACHER CENTER Lesson Plan "Conflict in Pakistan's Tribal Areas: Causes and Solutions" Additional Lesson Ideas (Adobe Acrobat required) FEATURED LESSON PLAN Conflict in Pakistan's Tribal Areas: Causes and Solutions Lesson Objectives: Students will: Learn about the Taliban Identify Pakistan and bordering countries on a blank map Locate the tribal regions in...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Negotiate Peace for India and Pakistan
...duct the following activities. Explore the Global Dangers and Scientific Foundation of Nuclear Bombs (Science) The Activity Ever since the first nuclear bomb was detonated in 1945, many countries have tried to put themselves on the international map as a nuclear power. One country that succeeded is Pakistan, and in February 2004, Pakistani scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan confessed that he spread nuclear secrets and technology to additional countries: North Korea, Libya and Iran. In addition, Pakistan is engaged in an ongoing conflict with India, another nuclear state. Point out the location of each of these cou...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  9.   Coup-Operation in Pakistan
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students investigate the details of a breaking news story - the October 12, 1999 coup in Pakistan - by developing a series of questions related to the causes of the coup, the effects on local, national and international scales, and the possible connection of the coup to other current events. Students then find the answers to these questions by reading and interpreting information provided in further news...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  10.   MrDonn.org - India Pakistan Dispute over Kashmir (4-5 day lesson plan)
MrDonn.org Home > Geography > Kashmir Mr Donn's Geography Lesson Plan India/Pakistan Dispute over Kashmir Background on the Conflict Lesson One: Intro to Debate Challenge Goals of the Debate/Roadblocks Lesson Two: Sharing Information Handout: Rules of Debate Lesson Three: Preparing Position Papers Handout: Information Folders Lesson Four: Debate Mini-Unit Debate Specific Topic: Students will...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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