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  61.   HIV/AIDS
Meg Ryan: Intolerance in Northern Ireland Rachel Ward: Indigenous Children in Australia Sonia Braga: Girl's Education in India Laurence Fishburne: Landmines in Cambodia Susan Sarandon: Child labor in Brazil Angelina Jolie: Child refugees in Tanzania Tim Robbins: Poverty in America Michael Douglas: Child soldiers in Sierre Leone Richard Gere: Homeless Children in Mongolia Lesson Plan on HIV/AIDS Print Standards Established Goals: This lesson presents an overview of where, why, how, and in what conditions HIV/AIDS exists. The activity examines the impact...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  62.   Is Superman Really All That Super? Critically Exploring Superheroes
...sion 1. (At this point you should uncover them.) Are there any traits these superheroes are missing? Which ones? Can you imagine what each superhero would be like if he were younger? If she were older? What would these superheroes be like if they came from different places? From Korea, or Italy, or Tanzania, or anywhere on Earth? Would they be the same characters, or different somehow? back to top Session 3: Explore Superheroes in Children's Literature 1. Ask students if they can think of any examples of superheroes from books. (If students listed some during Session 1, you can post this list and add to it.) 2....
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  63.   UN secretary-general announces female deputy
UN secretary-general announces female deputy The new United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has appointed his deputy. She is Tanzania's foreign minister Asha-Rose Migiro, who became her country's first female foreign minister in January 2006. Ms. Migiro will become only the second woman in UN history to serve as deputy secretary-general. Ban Ki-Moon spoke highly of his new second-in-command and described her as an immensely respected leade...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  64.   Test Yourself | July 29, 2010
...eing it now? thanks for the definition (always important in mathematics!). I admit I'm sensitive on this point. A few years ago the subject of baseball statistics came up in my class of first-year college students, which included young men and women from Massachusetts, Maryland, Quebec, Norway, and Tanzania. As you can imagine, their interest in the data varied a great deal. Hello again ? Thanks for writing back in and for sharing your story. And I have an admission of my own: I didn't know exactly what earned run average was either. Please don't tell the baseball fans in my family! ? Holly ? P. Bremser 8. 8. A...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  65.   An Ounce of Prevention...
...ation affected by H.I.V. changed since the mid-1980s? i. According to the article, what would be the "ideal prevention" for H.I.V.? j. How does lowering the amount of H.I.V. in the blood affect the risk of transmitting the disease to others? k. According to Ali Hassan Mwinyi-the former president of Tanzania, how can political leaders address the H.I.V. epidemic? 3. Explain to students that today they will be furthering the work and discussion that is being presented at the 14th International AIDS Conference in Barcelona, Spain. Specifically, they will be researching programs that have implemented the different...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  66.   Lesson Plan on Child Soldiers
Meg Ryan: Intolerance in Northern Ireland Rachel Ward: Indigenous Children in Australia Sonia Braga: Girl's Education in India Laurence Fishburne: Landmines in Cambodia Susan Sarandon: Child labor in Brazil Angelina Jolie: Child refugees in Tanzania Tim Robbins: Poverty in America Danny Glover: AIDs in the Carribbean Richard Gere: Homeless Children in Mongolia Lesson Plan on Child Soldiers Print Standards Established Goals: This lesson presents an overview of where, why, how, and in what conditions children are used as child soldiers. Students will iden...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  67.   Refugees
...ocuments and the issues they address The names of international organizations and non-governmental organizations that are working to help refugees and internally displaced persons How to get involved Equipment and Materials: Computer with access to the internet. 'What's Going On?' film, Refugees in Tanzania. In the heart of Africa, Angelina Jolie works with children victimized by long years of civil strife. She travels with the Fataki children - Tutsis who live in a sprawling refugee camp in Tanzania. Magazines, Poster Board, Glue and Scissors Handout 1 Convention on the Rights of the Child Note: To open handou...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  68.   Poverty
Meg Ryan: Intolerance in Northern Ireland Rachel Ward: Indigenous Children in Australia Sonia Braga: Girl's Education in India Laurence Fishburne: Landmines in Cambodia Susan Sarandon: Child labor in Brazil Angelina Jolie: Child refugees in Tanzania Michael Douglas: Child soldiers in Sierre Leone Danny Glover: AIDs in the Carribbean Richard Gere: Homeless Children in Mongolia Lesson Plan on Poverty Print Standards Established Goals: This lesson presents an overview of where, why, how and in what conditions poverty and homelessness exist in the United St...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  69.   Homeless Children
Meg Ryan: Intolerance in Northern Ireland Rachel Ward: Indigenous Children in Australia Sonia Braga: Girl's Education in India Laurence Fishburne: Landmines in Cambodia Susan Sarandon: Child labor in Brazil Angelina Jolie: Child refugees in Tanzania Tim Robbins: Poverty in America Michael Douglas: Child soldiers in Sierre Leone Danny Glover: AIDs in the Carribbean Lesson Plan on Homeless Children Print Standards Established Goals: Children make their homes on the street because of poverty. This lesson examines what happens when parents and other adult c...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  70.   Landmines
Meg Ryan: Intolerance in Northern Ireland Rachel Ward: Indigenous Children in Australia Sonia Braga: Girl's Education in India Susan Sarandon: Child labor in Brazil Angelina Jolie: Child refugees in Tanzania Tim Robbins: Poverty in America Michael Douglas: Child soldiers in Sierre Leone Danny Glover: AIDs in the Carribbean Richard Gere: Homeless Children in Mongolia Lesson Plan on Landmines Print Standards Established Goals: This lesson presents an overview of where, why and how landmines are used. This activity...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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