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  101.   Urban Growth In America
...and small-group discussions; did not complete a design for a city or completed one that had little or none of the requested components; did not present their ideas clearly to the class. Vocabulary city Definition: A large area where people live and work that also has importance as a commercial and cultural center Context: The city is a center of activity, with many opportunities for recreation, including shopping and attending cultural events. design Definition: A plan for something that lays out where things should go and how the different elements work together Context: The design for New York City was based on the grid sy...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  102.   Culture Club
PET Project - Stonewall Sue Kolka, Julie Pearman Page 1 of 10 Date 10/29/02 Culture Club Do you really want to hurt me? Do you really want to make me cry? Organizer How does understanding cultural differences help me to resolve conflicts? Targeted Academic Expectations and Demonstrators Academic Expectation 2.16: Students observe, analyze and interpret human behaviors, social groupings and institutions to...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  103.   Why Do We Have Thanksgiving?
...MATION TO DIFFERENT AUDIENCES FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES. 2.16: STUDENTS OBSERVE, ANALYZE, AND INTREPRET HUMAN BEHAVIORS, SOCIAL GROUPINGS, AND INSTITUTION TO BETTER UNDERSTAND PEOPLE AND THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG INDIVIDUALS AND AMONG GROUPS. 2.17: STUDENTS INTERACT EFFECTIVELY AND WORK COOPERATIVELY DIVERSE ETHNIC AND CULTURAL GROUPS OF OUR NATION AND WORLD. 2.20: STUDENTS UNDERSTAND, ANALYZE, AND INTERPRET HISTORICAL EVENTS, CONDITIONS, TRENDS, AND ISSUES TO DEVELOP HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: * How has Thanksgiving changed over time? * How has the Pilgrim-Native American relationship affected how we celebr...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  104.   Diversity and Discovery
"AN OVERVIEW OF THE DIVERSITY AND DISCOVERY INSTITUTE FROM ONE S PERSPECTIVE" BY: Nayjuana C. Woodberry Ada H. H. Lewis Middle School E-mail: sanay7@yahoo.com July 24, 2000 - August 4, 2000 Objective: To provide an overall conclusion about the workshop and to convey my findings and discovery about the lesson plan for ecology; the information discovere...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  105.   Turn of the Century - Teacher Notes
...and Geography: Growth and Conflict: The Rise of Industrial America H/SS Content Standards: 8.12 Students analyze the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the Industrial Revolution, in terms of: 1.patterns of agricultural and industrial development as they relate to climate, natural resource use, markets, and trade, including their location on a map 2.the reasons for the development of federal Indian policy and the Plains wars with American Indians and their relationship to agricultural development and industrialization 3.how states and the...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  106.   Moose, Mooses, or Meese?
...eographic.com) Let's find out what Native Americans live in Alaska. Are the people who live in Alaska like you or are they different? Use a compare and contrast chart to answer these questions. What is the name of the Native Americans who live in Alaska? http://www.lib.uconn.edu/ArcticCircle/HistoryCulture/Inupiat/ What did their traditional houses look like? Do they still live in these kinds of houses? What do they call their houses? http://miavx1.muohio.edu/~dragonfly/snow/ This is a wonderful site for learning about how igloos are made What types of food do you think they eat? How do these people live? How do these people...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  107.   Teachernote
Teacher Notes Note: Although the lesson above is written directly to the students, you will, of necessity at the first grade level, have to read, interpret and direct the lesson for them. Lesson Purpose: The purpose of this lesson is to develop an awareness of cultural diversity. H/SS Framework: Grade 1 : Developing Awareness of Cultural Diversity Standards: Language Arts Grade 1: Reading Comprehension: Students read and understand grade level appropriate material. They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed, including generating and responding to essential questions,...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  108.   GMteach
...of California ... through the Gold Rush and California statehood, in terms of: 2. comparisons of how and why people traveled to California and the routes they traveled 3. the effect of the Gold Rush on settlements, daily life 4. the immigration and migration to California between 1850 and 1900; its diverse composition, the countries of origin and their relative locations, and the conflicts and accords among diverse groups (e.g., the 1882 Exclusion Act) Grade 8: Standards Addressed 8.12 Students analyze the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  109.   The American Mosaic
...on the Western frontier, urbanization, immigration, social reformers, and contemporary technology. Caroli. Immigrants who returned home. Chelsea House, 1990. Examines the motivations of immigrants from Ireland, Sweden, Asia, and other parts of the world who return to their homelands for political, cultural, economic, and other reasons. Freedman, Russell. Immigrant kids. Dutton, 1960. Text and period photographs chronicle the life of immigrant children at home, school, work, and play during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Harvey. Immigrant girl : Becky of Eldridge Street. Holiday House 1987. Becky, whose family has em...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  110.   U.S.-Cuba Relations
...select one island and answer the following questions: Describe the nation's government. Is it an independent country or a dependency? Which other country or countries have played the greatest role in its history? What influences have outside countries had on the island's language, architecture, or culture? Refer students to the following Web sites: Caribbean Suggested Readings Fodor's Exploring Mexico (4th ed.) Fodor's Travel Publications, 2001. There's nothing quite like a travel guide to transport you to exciting places! Here's a chance to visit Mexico with lots of color photographs and plenty of information. An introducto...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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