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  21.   All Aboard the Freedom Train
...in the fields in the hot sun, carry heavy loads, cut down trees and dig ditches. They had to clean and cook in the owner's home, and even take care of the owner's children.) 3. REFOCUS: Say: Do you think slave kids had to work too? What about going to school for slave children? Listen to this next part and find out if slave children were allowed to go to school. START video and PAUSE when the narrator says, "They were punished very, very badly." Ask: Did slave children have to work? (Ans. Yes) Were they allowed to attend school? (Ans. No, they weren't allowed.) Ask: What happened when they didn't do what they were tol...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  22.   Dealing With Death Discussion Guide
...In the Mix Awards 2000 Prix Jeunesse Web Prize competition: 2nd Place. 2000 Young Adult Library Services Association's "Top Ten Videos" list for, "School Violence: Answers From The Inside 1999" 1999 Young Adult Library Services Association's for "Depression: On the Edge" 1999 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Honor Roll of Quality Youth Programming 1999 National Mental Health Association 1997 International Prix Danube for Children's Television 1997 New York Emmy for Children's Programming 1996 Finalist, The New York Festivals 1994 National Emmy for Community Service Programming This guide to Dealing With Death...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  23.   Comparing Countries
...e or inaccurate; work is sloppily presented; bar graph is inaccurate Extensions World Tour Invite your students to take an imaginary world tour that includes just one stop on each continent. Have them draw and label world maps to illustrate their trips. Then have them write news or magazine feature articles about their trips, making certain to explain their travel choices along the way. Steel Wire Sculptures Steel wire sculptures are a popular African art form. Invite your students to create their own toys made of steel wire. After they have completed their sculptures, ask them to imagine that someone from the Congo e...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  24.   Feel the Beat with Active Gaming
Purpose of Activity: As a result of this lesson students will be able to: 1. Understand how physical activity affects the rate at which their hearts beat. 2. Complete the Heart Rate worksheet with 80% accuracy. 3. Work responsibly with their peers 100% of the time. Activity cues: Feel the Beat Suggested Grade Level: 3-5 Materials Needed: Active gaming equipment and/or traditional activities: Virtual Sports Game (Nintendo Wii Sports), Gamercize steppers, Dance Dance...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  25.   Living Together as One
...shirts Blindfolds, crutches, ear plugs, wheelchairs Video: Journey to a Hate Free Millenium (available free of charge with Teacher Guide see Bibliography) Video: Remember the Titans (optional, see Extension) Handout 1Parent Permission SlipInstructional Procedure(s): Teacher Note: The day prior to starting this lesson, tell the learners that you are beginning a lesson on discrimination and its effects. Hand out permission slips to be signed and returned the following day. Have permission slips signed to avoid potential problems that may arise in the learner selection process. See Parent/Guardian Permission Slip (Attach...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  26.   Happy, Healthy Habits
Happy, Healthy Habits Active kids are likely to be physically fit, make friends, be confident, and strive for goals! Their drawings capture the joys of an active, healthy lifestyle. 1. What are your favorite physical activities? Team sports, dance, martial arts, hiking, walking, backyard games, biking? With CrayolaA Washable Markers, make a chart showing all of the physical activities you and your classmates do. 2. What are the benefits of these physical activities? Why do you like to challenge yourself? How do these activities make you feel? What do you learn from be...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  27.   Exploring Satire with Shrek
...Elements of Fairy Tales to introduce some basic characteristics before asking students to begin compiling their own lists. After students have had a few minutes to gather ideas, open discussion by inviting students to share their characteristics with the class. List their ideas on the board or on chart paper so that you collect a class list. Once students have shared their ideas, read back over the list and make any revisions or additions. If desired, you might group similar characteristics together (e.g., descriptions of the hero, characteristics of the setting). Set up the film clip by explaining that you will show...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  28.   10 Benefits of Homework
...Homework gives students another opportunity to review the class material. Homework gives parents a chance to see what is being learned in school. Homework teaches students that they may have to do things - even when they don't want to. Homework teaches students how to take responsibility for their part in the educational process. Homework teaches students how to work independently. Homework teaches students the importance of planning, staying organized and taking action. Conclusion: School and homework teach students important life lessons that they will use as an adult. For example: It teaches them how to read and co...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  29.   Sex, Guise, and Video Games
...will: 1. Assess the characteristics of female video game characters on video game boxes and in advertisements; consider how these fictional characters might relay positive and negative messages about women. 2. Examine the current trends in female video game characters by reading and discussing the article "Fighting Women Enter the Arena, No Holds Barred." 3. List words and phrases related to characteristics of women as portrayed across the mass media; develop collages that use magazine images and words to expand upon some of these portrayed characteristics; analyze their findings. 4. Develop female video game charact...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  30.   Do You Karaoke?
...story boards with pictures on the front and story on the back) was chosen because it is culturally appropriate for students of Japanese. From the field: This lesson provides specific questions and activities through worksheets so that students understand and can engage in the work. Pre-Assessment: Part One In this Pre-Assessment, students brainstorm to compare hobbies and leisure activities in the United States and Japan. 1 ??????'?????.-. Grade 11 Do You Karaoke? Comparisons Benchmark C Analyze and discuss how products, practices, and perspectives of the students' own culture and the target culture overlap and dif...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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