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  101.   Cultures Around the World
Cultures Around the World Internet Lesson Plans Grade Level: K-2 Goal: To utilize Internet resources to learn about cultures around the world. Objective: At the end of the unit, the participant will be able to: * List the holidays being celebrated around the world on a particular day. * Describe how the sounds animals make are int...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  102.   Incorporating Archaeological Time-Outs into the Latin Curriculum
...myths and legends of the heroic age in a context of real life. They will also explore the historical facts of ancient ships and sailing by way of archaeological artifacts. 3. Students will learn that the Roman world was a culmination of earlier civilizations which passed along such aspects of their culture as art, religious beliefs, government, and city planning. Students, in other words, will not become ethnocentric when studying the accomplishments of the Romans. 4. Students will learn about the interdependency of various cultures in terms of their trade. They will gain an appreciation of cultural differences and co-existen...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  103.   The Ancient Mediterranean: Trade, Contact, and Culture Diffusion
AIA Education Department Lesson Plans Cargoes from Three Continents The Ancient Mediterranean: Trade, Contact, and Culture Diffusion James Petersen Aiea High School Aiea, Hawaii Subject: World History and Cultures Level: Grade 9 Length of Unit: Approximately eight class periods/560 contact minutes Sources and Resources: Student Text: Wallbank, T., et al. History and Life. 4th ed. Scott, 1990. Content Standards: State of Hawaii, Dept. of Educati...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  104.   Religious Expression in Public Schools
...iley Letter and "Legal guidelines" from the U. S. Secretary of Education Religious Freedom Day proclamation Paige Letter and "Guidance on Protected Prayer in Schools" Dictionaries Poster paper, tape, and glue KWL Charts Website - www.americanheritage.org NCSS Standards Ie. demonstrate the value of cultural diversity, as well as cohesion, within and across groups. IVf. analyze the role of perceptions, attitudes, values, and beliefs in the Preparation ? Copy handouts ? Find a location in the community where students can hang posters. Focus Ask students to complete the "Know" and "Want to Know" sections on the KWL Chart in co...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  105.   Multiculturalism in the Hands of African-American Authors from Alabama
Multiculturalism in the Hands of African-American Authors from Alabama Teacher: Kim Ledbetter Grade: 6 Introduction to Lesson For many years, literature about African-Americans has been written by Caucasians. Even Caucasian authors like Harriet Beecher Stowe, who supported the cause of AfricanAmericans, still wrote from outside the Afri...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  106.   Alaska History and Cultural Studies - Teacher's Guide - Profiles of Alaska Native Leaders
Teacher's Guide Profiles of Alaska Native Leaders Search Enduring Understandings Beliefs, customs, knowledge and values that are connected to traditional Alaska Native cultures can be heard in the voices of Alaska Natives today. Alaska Native leaders are a diverse group History Units who are committed to the development of Alaska Native cultures and - Geography people. - Alaska's Cultures - Russia's Colony - America's Territory - Governing Alaska - Modern Alaska Estimated Time: Related Two class...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  107.   A Person in Time Online
..., Meredith Blache, Barbara Delikaris, Deborah Hargroves, Kathryn Macaulay, Sara Martin, Johanna Riddle, Kathryn Riley, and Collette Stemple A Person in Time Online Timing: 3-4 lessons Age: Key Stage 3 Subject: English Literature, History, Drama, Media Studies Lesson Description Comprehending the cultural, geographic, personal, social, and historical influences of a historically significant individual can help students build a deeper understanding of that individual and the time in which the individual lived. Students will conduct research on a historical figure and then design a web page based on how this person would want...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  108.   Community Documentaries
...acher development of the module according to school provision of resources in terms of time, personnel, hardware and software. The teacher can integrate specific needs relating to inclusion, adapt for the groups in question, such as those with special educational needs, the gifted and talented, the culturally diverse. There is full opportunity for the delivery of quality targeted assessment associated with the specific needs of the teacher as well as the ability to use the model to deliver content with a spiritual and moral thread Students will: * Analyse an issue that impacts them personally, the school, or their community o...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  109.   Diversity: Our Strength, Our Challenge
...ADL image Home HOME REGIONAL PRESS ABOUT CONTACT OFFICES CENTER US SUPPORT SUPPORT subscribe ADL ADL Update email profile MEDIA CENTER Search _ _ education _ Mission Accomplished (The Jewish Week) 12/ 18/07 _ _ _ _ Words That Hurt And Kill(Philadelphia Daily News) 12/13/07 STAY INFORMED !! _ _ RULE Diversity: Our Strength, Our Challenge: A _ _ Lesson for Grades 9 12 Overview: Confronting Swastikas _ In Schools: ADL This highly interactive three-part lesson creates a Conducts Anti-Bias supportive forum for students to explore both the Peer Training (12/5/ dynamics of hateful behavior and the strength of 07) unified action to c...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  110.   Arab Culture and Society
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Home About ADC President's Corner Media Desk Legal Section Education Resources Events Lesson Plan - Arab Culture and Society Feedback Introduce yourself. Tell a little about your background. ADC Events Government Affairs Discussion Questions: (Write the student responses on Action Alert: the blackboard) In the Spirit Community of Dr. King, Profiles Rania Al-Abdullah, Queen of JordanWhat is an Arab? Ask Congress to End Racial Search Wh...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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