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  21.   The Progressive Era Period
...ing their own distinct cultures, languages, and belief systems. Rapid advances in technology and industrialization changed and continued to change the way in which Americans lived and worked. Mass manufacturing made available cloth and ready-made clothing to consumers. Electric lighting and running water became more common, especially in urban areas. These developments had a darker side, however. Men, women and children worked long hours in unsafe factories to meet the insatiable American appetite for cheap, mass-produced goods. Jacob Riis shocked viewers with his photographs of the living conditions among the urban poor. Li...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  22.   Past and Present Transportation - Canals
Participant Name(s): Deborah Bleibtreu The Last Great Canal Curriculum Project Unit/Lesson Title? Past and Present Transportation - canals Intended Grade Level First Approximate length 3 days Applicable Standards Topic & Core Standard: NJCCCS 6.1 ? Explain the concepts of long ago and far away. ? Apply terms related to time including past, present, and future. ? Retell events or stories with accuracy and appropriate sequencing. Goals/Objective...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  23.   The Properties of Water
+ + + + The Properties of Water Grade Level Prospective and Practicing K-8 Teachers; may be adapted for use in elementary classes Time Exercises 1-4 take approximately 30 minutes. Objectives Once you have completed this knowledge mapping exercise, you should be able to: 1. Organize ideas into categories of similar types. 2. Classify ideas into hierarchies...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  24.   What Water would You Drink?
WHAT WATER WOULD YOU DRINK? Barbara Liukkonen Board of Water and Soil Resources 394 South Lake Avenue Room 403 Duluth, MN 55802 Level: Grades 4-6 Estimated Time Required Preparation 30 minutes Activity time 20 minutes Anticipated Learning Outcomes To show that pollutants are not always obvious. The student will learn that some contamin...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  25.   How Much Water is There?
HOW MUCH WATER IS THERE? Barbara Liukkonen Board of Water and Soil Resources 394 South Lake Avenue Room 403 Duluth, MN 55802 Level: Grades 4-7 Estimated time required: Preparation 5 minutes Activity time 5 minutes Anticipated learning outcomes To demonstrate how little freshwater is available for our use. To introduce the concept of a limi...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  26.   How Does It Move?
How Does It Move? Description How do objects move? Through this literature-based lesson, students review using illustrations and phonetic principles to understand words, that different things move at different speeds, and vocabulary as they explore how forms of transportation move. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.1.2.0.4 The student understands the concept of words and constructs meaning from shared text, illustrations, graphics, and charts. LA.A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have the same...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  27.   International Water Facility by Mohamed Kassas
...or updates signup feedback contact us search directory _ new biodiversity environment genome biotechnology evolution frontiers education new biodiversity biotechnology evolution frontiers education environment genomics authorbio Dr. Mohamed Kassas is emeritus professor of botany at the environment: water resources University of International Water Facility Cairo and a By Mohamed Kassas member of the An Egyptian ActionBioscience.org original article Academy of Science. He is past President... articlehighlights A global initiative to address water shortages is urgent because: about 1/3 of world's population does not have enoug...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  28.   Water: The Indispensable Resource
Time: 2 class periods Preparation Time: Copy articles for students Prepare lecture for second class period Materials: Articles "Will There Be Enough Water" & "Water Conflict Chronology" Abstract Water is an essential resource for all species survival . Water supply impacts: human and animal habitats economic prosperity the food supply human migrationdomestic and international relations Students become aware of how precious water is and build an understanding of the impact it h...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  29.   Transportation
Social Studies Grade 3 Transportation Topic: The first method of transporting was walking, then riding horses, which then changed to driving a wagon pulled by an animal, then to the automobile, airplane, ship, steam engine, and so on. Technology has played and continues to play an important role in how people travel across land, air, water, even space....
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  30.   2006 Tracking Narwhals in Greenland - The Good, The Bad and The Arctic
...? Copies of "Impacts of Arctic Climate Change Worksheet," one copy for each student or student group  2006 Tracking Narwhals in Greenland - Grades 9-12 (Biology/Earth Science) Focus: Social, economic and environmental consequences of Arctic climate change oceanexplorer.noaa.gov changes in seawater density, and has a major influence on water movements between the Atlantic, Antarctic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. The causes and effects of the THC are not fully known. But we do know that it affects almost all of the world's ocean and plays an important role in transporting dissolved oxygen and nutrients. For this reason,...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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