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  91.   Checks and Balances:Japanese American Incarceration
Lesson Plan Checks and Balances: Japanese American Incarceration Copyright © 2006 Densho 1416 S Jackson Seattle, WA 98144 Phone: 206.320.0095 Website: www.densho.org Email: info@densho.org v20060630-1 Acknowledgements and Notes The website Causes of the Incarceration (www.densho.org/causes) and the lesson Checks and Balances: Japanese American Incarceration are made possible by a grant from the Washington State C...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  92.   Displaying Relations Between Variables
...een age in months and the height of the child. In Lesson Two students were to construct a bar chart using the total salary scale of the Pacific division of the Western Conference in the NBA. How does the salary scale compare with the winning percentages that year? Name Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Seattle Phoenix LA Clippers Golden State Total Salary $46.3 million $58.8 million $86.5 million $50.6 million $53.5 million $29.6 million $41.8 million Pct. .755 .717 .521 .521 .500 .490 .304 2000-2001 S alaries and S tandings 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 Tota l S a la ry pe r Te a m Explain...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  93.   Stellar Navigation
...ts remember which direction is which. B) Inform students that the north star can help you determine not only which way is north, but also your latitude. The number of degrees that the north star is above the horizon is the same as the number of degrees for your latitude. For example, if you live in Seattle, you're at about 47.5 degrees north latitude, so Polaris will be about 47.5 degrees above the horizon. How did people originally determine how far above the horizon the north star was? People developed a tool called a sextant to help them do so [if you have one, show and briefly explain the sextant]. Howev...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  94.   Buy Nothing Day
...orld for a change, they might not dislike us so much. lynne roper, stirling 2. You could get the stds to storm a list of awareness questions for shoppers - they then compare with the list below. Checklist for Shopping (From an article in The New York Times, 29.11.97) The Buy Nothing Day campaign in Seattle distributed this checklist to let shoppers evaluate things they were thinking of buying. -Do I need it? -How many do I already have? -How much will I use it? -How long will it last? -Could I borrow it from a friend or family member? -Can I do without it? -Am I able to clean, lubricate and/or maintain it my...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  95.   Pilgrim-for-rent
...things. - Write a letter to the editor expressing an opinion on the article. - Design & write an advert/poster advertising Carlos' services. - Discuss different non-religious pilgrimages that they might like to make - visiting popular music stars homes & graves eg - Elvis & Graceland, travelling to Seattle to visit Kurt Cobain's house & grave, Paris for Jim Morrison's etc.. . Rent-a-Pilgrim By Henrique Almeida LISBON (Reuters) - Any Roman Catholics who have vowed to make the pilgrimage to Fatima in Portugal, which is famous for religious visions, but can't fulfill their promise, help is at hand rent-a-pilgri...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  96.   The first computer - lesson plan
...th the terms demanded by Big Blue. Also, it wanted to license its operating system to IBM, not sell it outright. IBM came back to Microsoft, and Gates seized the opportunity. What followed could well be the deal of the century. Microsoft acquired an operating system that had been written by another Seattle company and used it as the basis for MS-DOS. Microsoft paid $50,000 for the operating system. Microsoft No. 2 Today, Microsoft is the world's second-most valuable corporation. Of course, much has changed from the early days of the PC's development. Sarubbi, who went on to head the team that developed the I...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  97.   March 2001 Newsletter
...the ideal robbery time, the type of gun to use, a place to hide the loot, a getaway route and car, and even a reliable accomplice. After robbing the bank, the man left with the money in a bag over his left shoulder. As he approached the spot of the getaway car, his accomplice promptly ran him over. Seattle, Washington When a man attempted to siphon gasoline from a motor home parked on a Seattle street, he got much more than he bargained for. Police arrived at the scene to find an ill man curled up next to a motor home trying to steal gasoline and plugged his hose into the motor home's sewage tank by mistake....
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  98.   Activity 4-7
...United States during World War II. Note to the Teacher Leah Brumer, who wrote the article "Stealing Home," mentions the historian C. Harvey Gardiner. Gardiner's book on the internment of Japanese Latin Americans is called Pawns in a Triangle of Hate, published by the University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1981. You may want to obtain a copy of this book for further information. Time One to two class periods Materials Handout 4-7a: Japanese Latin Americans (six copies, one per group) Handout 4-7b: Photographs of Arturo Shibayama (one photograph per group) Download printer-friendly (PDF) file of Activity 4-7...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  99.   Reading: The Issei Immigrants and Civil Rights
...ness, the issei had a ray of hope their U.S.-born children, known collectively as nisei (or "second generation"). The issei transferred their hopes and dreams to the nisei. This is a photo of Mr. Tazuma (see The Tazuma _ passport photo above) and his family in Ten-Cent Store front of their store in Seattle's "Japan Town." 1. Yuji Ichioka, The Issei (New York: The Free Press, 1988), p. 91. 2. Summarized from Brian Niiya, Japanese American History (New York: Facts on File, 1993), pp. 99-100. 3. Summarized from Roger Daniels, Concentration Camps, USA (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972) pp. 20-21. Quest...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  100.   Constitutional Issues: Civil Liberties during War
Lesson Plan Constitutional Issues: Civil Liberties during War Copyright © 2006 Densho 1416 S Jackson Seattle, WA 98144 Phone: 206.320.0095 Website: www.densho.org Email: info@densho.org v20060630-1 Acknowledgements and Notes The website Causes of the Incarceration (www.densho.org/causes) and the lesson Civil Liberties during War are made possible by a grant from the Washington State Civil Liberties Public Educ...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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