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  1.   Lesson 3 - Immigration in the Connecticut River Valley
icon for Home page In the Classroom > Course Overview > Unit Lessons: 1 2 3 4 5 6 icon for Overview 7 8 Digital Collection icon for Activities icon for Turns Exhibit icon for In the Classroom Lesson 3: Immigration in the Connecticut River Valley icon for Chronologies icon for My Collection Lesson Central Question: In This Lesson: Site Search How was the Connecticut River Valley changed Lesson Length Advanced by immigration? Key Ideas Search I.L.O.s Preparation Materials Activity Lesson Length 3 class periods (85 minutes) top of page Key Co...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Origins of American Government
...Note: Directions, materials, assessments etc. are the same for both assignments. Materials and Resources Assignment Sheets Letter from the Founding Fathers Copies of the five (5) primary source documents: The Magna Carta The English Bill of Rights The Mayflower Compact and the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. Two Treatises of Government Poster board, markers etc. to create visuals for ad campaign. Bibliography: Books Remy, Richard C; United States Government: Democracy in Action. Glencoe; 2000. This was one of several texts being used in Fairfax County Public Schools during school year 2004-2005. It is expected tha...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Revolutionary War
...long bar=most). O'Dell, Scott. Sarah Bishop. Houghton, 1980. ISBN 0-395-29185-2. Sarah has good reason to hate war. Her father, a Loyalist, died after being tarred and feathered by the rebels. Her brother died on a British prison ship. Sarah is arrested as part of the harassment and escapes to the Connecticut wilderness where her struggle is with the elements rather than with the war. Avi. The Fighting Ground. Lippincott, 1984. ISBN 0-397-32074-4. This is an account of two days of a boy's life during the American Revolution. After he is captured in battle by three Hessian soldiers, Jonathan realizes that fighting is...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  4.   Truman's Foreign Policy Decisions
...icant documents in U.S. history and some introductory material which explains their importance. http://www.Dannen.com/decision This is an anti-atomic bomb site which contains documents related to Hiroshima. Denenberg, Dennis and Lorraine Roscoe. 50 American Heroes Every Kid should Meet. Brookfield, Connecticut: The Millbrook Press, 2001. Short two page explanations of the contributions of 50 Americans whom these authors selected as most important. http://www.krohm.com A website for a software development company that provided a link to primary source documents. Miller, Merle. Plain Speaking. New York: Berkley Books,...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Mark Twain
...ce named Edward, who look so alike that they switch places as a joke. Then no one believes them when they want to switch back. [Click on "Guided Search" at the top of the page. Type pba02266 in the first search box and click "Search." Click on the thumbnail.] Mark Twain also wrote a story called "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Published in 1889, the same year this edition was published, this story later was made into a movie. It is about a man from Twain's time who ends up in England in the year 528 and has many adventures. He also introduces new inventions from his time, such as the typewriter and ele...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Wind
...from 13 to 18 mph, its labeled a gentle breeze, and has the effect of leaves moving and clothes on line blowing. Adolf, Jonathan and Sullivan, Maryellen. Ring in Spring. Family Fun Magazine, March 1998. Hewitt, Sally. Discovering Nature - Weather with step-by-step projects for the young scientist. Connecticut, Aladdin Books Ltd, 1999. Baxter, Nicola. Rain, Wind, and Storm. Austin, Texas, Steck-Vaughn Company, 1998. Lesson Plan submitted by Karen Hooker, Williamsburg James City County Public Schools, Williamsburg, VA, USA, for NASA's S'COOL Project
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Habitat Cards
...rabbit, white-tailed deer, = black bear E roseate spoonbill, brown pelican, white ibis, wood stork, flamingo F royal palm, strangler fig, slash pine A 48 N, 93 W B Voyageurs C 218,035 acres D moose, lynx, European hare, gray wolf, wapiti, woodland caribou E common loon, grebe, snowy and boreal owl, Connecticut warbler, least flycatcher F common prickly ash, black hawthorn, Tamarack, yellow birch G glaciated, low relief; margin of Canadian Shield; Kabetogama Peninsula A 29 N, 103 W B Big Bend C 801,163 acres D armadillo, coati, desert kangaroo rat, collared peccary, black-tailed jackrabbit E green kingfisher, elf owl,...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Please Pass the Genes: How New Plants are Made, from Connecticut Agriculture in the Classroom
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES TITLE: Please Pass the Genes: How New Plants are Made, from Connecticut Agriculture in the Classroom (http://www.ctaitc.org) SUBJECT: Science GRADE LEVEL: 5-8. Various factors can be made more complicated for older students. MATERIAL(S): Extension resource materials on cross-breeding and cross-pollination OBJECTIVE(S): Students will understand how and why new varieties of plant and...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur'S Court
Barbara Adair New Smyrna Beach Middle School New Smyrna Beach, Florida Subject: Middle School Language Arts 8th Grade Topic: Group Projects Text: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur s Court by Mark Twain Goal: After being introduced to Mark Twain, his life, and his works, students will begin developing a life-long love and appreciation of Mark Twain, America s greatest author. Objectives: Students will learn about the author Mark Twain through a power point presentati...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   A Snapshot of the Connecticut River Valley - 1880
icon for Home page icon for Digital In the Classroom > Course Overview > Unit Overview Lessons: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Collection 8 icon for Activities icon for Turns Exhibit icon for In the Classroom icon for Chronologies Lesson 1: A Snapshot of the Connecticut River Valley - 1880 icon for My Collection Site Search Lesson Central Question: In This Lesson: Advanced Search What changes have occurred in the Connecticut River Lesson Length Valley during the past decade? Key Ideas I.L.O.s Preparation Materials Activities Lesson Length 1 class period (85 minutes) top of pag...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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