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  11.   Community and Ecosystems: Summary
...rator Laboratory Education Office, Friends of Fermilab, United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, and North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium (NCRTEC) which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL). Author(s): Cheryl Earnley Dove, South Redford School District, dovec@mail.resa.net School: South Redford School District, Redford, MI 48239 Created: May 1, 1998 - Updated: June 8, 1998 URL: http://www-ed.fnal.gov/lincon/w98/projects/cdove/present.html
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  12.   Celebration Symbols and their Meaning
...ut and the new year in. Valentines Day- February 14th Cards with hearts- symbolizes love and affection Ribbons, Lace and frills-Such items have been associated with romance since days of knighthood. The knight would ride into battle with a piece of ribbon or scarf given to him by his lady fair. The Dove on Valentine Greeting cards- Doves mate for life this is a sign of fidelity. It is also believed that birds choose their mates on February 14th, this belief has given rise to honoring one's lover or sweetheart on this day. Valentines- These came from the day that Lupercalia held the Romans. He would put t...
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  13.   Rain Reasons
...e constant rainfall, plants have large, green leaves that transpire a lot of water. In addition, many plants are ever- greens, meaning that they retain their leaves and pholosynthesize all vear long. Birds of the wet forests include Puerto Rican tanagers (TAN-ih- juhrs), hawks, owls, pigeons, quail doves, and the endangered Puerto Rican parrot (a beautiful green, blue, and red bird about one foot or 30.5 cm long). However, fewer birds are in the wet than in the dry forests because large lizard and frog populations in the wet forests compete for the same insect food. Puerto Rico is famous for its coquis (...
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  14.   Addresses in the Sky
...the stars! look, look up at the skies! O look at all the fire-folk sitting in the air! The bright boroughs, the circle-citadels there! Down in dim woods the diamond delves! the elves'-eyes! The grey lawns cold where gold, where quickgold lies! Wind-beat whitebeam! airy abeles set on a flare! Flake-doves sent floating forth at a farmyard scare! Ah well ! it is all a purchase, all is a prize. Buy then! bid then! What?--Prayer, patience, alms, vows. Look, look: a May-mess, like on orchard boughs! Look ! March-bloom, like on mealed-with-yellow sallows! These are indeed the barn; withindoors house The shocks...
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  15.   Bird Feeder
...n their toes. The largest flying bird is the Great Bustard, weighing 32 pounds! (How much do you weigh?) Some birds have bones that weigh less than their feathers. When old feathers wear out, new feathers grow in?this is called ?molting.? (Snakes also molt!) We see birds as symbols: Owl for wisdom, Dove for peace and Eagle for freedom! Make your own bird feeder by tying a string on a pinecone. Cover the cone with peanut butter and roll in seeds, nuts or grain. Hang outside or place on a window-sill and watch your favorite feathered friends fly in to feast! Talk About It: Ask your child to tell you what f...
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  16.   Rock Eaters of the Gulf of Alaska
...ost places, clouded by a combination of dissolved minerals in the water and huge floating mats of chemosynthetic bacteria. The bacteria, which feed on dissolved nutrients, have immediately begun colonizing the new hydrothermal vents, according to University of Hawaii biologist James Cowen, who also dove into Loihi, as did his assistant Charles Holoway, on Sept. 28 and Sept. 30, respectively. Both collected samples of the chemosynthetic bacteria, which can be indicators of the type of inorganic material ejected from the vents, for follow-up studies in their laboratory. University of Hawaii seismologist Fr...
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  17.   Infomercial
...nimal or ecosystem www.worldwildlife.org/ Alternative energy products www.energyforkeeps.com/energy sites.html Social justice issues www.one.org Current issues from news headlines www.world-newspapers.com/canada.html Secrets of selling self-help products http://www.all-in-one-business.com/20050511/ Dove Campaign for Real Beauty - original video http://www.campaignforrealbeauty.ca/flat2.asp?id=7134 Product design for target audience Logo design for target audience www.brandsoftheworld.com Math Science Social Studies PDR Visual Arts PART 1 - Introduction Overview Persuasive communication aimed at ou...
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  18.   Peace
...St. Mary Elementary School, Columbus, Ohio. Lessons about Japan - 96 Peace Handout A PEACE ACTIVITIES PRODUCTS 1. Write one of the books on the A-bomb (Shin's Tricycle, Sadako and the Thousand Cranes, Hiroshima No Pika) into a skit to perform . 2. Design and make a flag, kite or banner using the dove and other peace symbols. Hang it in your classroom or lobby of your school. 3. Write a "Pledge of Peace" students could say after the Pledge of Allegiance in your classroom daily or over the Public Address system in your school. Ask if you can give a copy to each teacher in the school to use with his/her...
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  19.   Activity, Curriculum, and Technology Lesson Plan
...life and all the things that he accomplished during his life we will narrow our words down to the two most important ones. The teacher will use the two characteristics peace and religion. Once in the lab the teacher will show the students how to import pictures that represent these characteristics (dove for peace and a symbol with a cross to represent Martin luther King's role as a minister in his church). The students will then work with their shoulder-to-shoulder buddy and discuss the characteristics of each of his/her assigned persons. They will brainstorm a list of each person's characteristics. Stud...
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  20.   Classifying Animals
...fish for the first part of their life, then live like reptiles (breathe air) for the final part of their life; reptiles lay eggs, breathe air, and are generally cold-blooded; mammals are warm-blooded, give birth to live babies, and breathe air. Some other animals that can fit in each category: bird dove; fish shark; amphibian frog; reptile dinosaur; mammal lion. Target Model: -There are several different ways to group animals, however scientists have sorted them one particular way because of the ways that the animals are different: birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. Demonstration: Hand out t...
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