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  101.   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

  102.   Rhythmic Travel Around The World
Rhythmic Travel Around The World Description Students accompany songs from various countries on rhythm sticks. The CD used in this plan is Multicultural Rhythm Stick Fun by Kimbo Educational. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SS.B.1.1.2 The student uses simple maps, globes, and other three-dimensional models to identify and locate places. MU.A.1.1.3 The student sings a culturally diverse repertoire of songs (some from memory), with appropriate expression, dynamics...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  103.   Skin & Bones
Skin & Bones Description Students act out the story and play instruments to accompany a spooky song. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards MU.A.1.1.3 The student sings a culturally diverse repertoire of songs (some from memory), with appropriate expression, dynamics, and phrasing. MU.A.2.1.1 The student performs independently simple patterns and melodies on rhythmic and melodic classroom instruments (e.g., percussion instruments and barred instruments) and maintains a steady tempo. TH.A.1.1.2 The s...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  104.   Product Design and the Production in the Global Company
...sses) * assess the appropriateness of technological solutions when engaged in design activities (Ethics) * describe how globalization affects product design, manufacturing, production, and marketing processes and systems, on society and the environment (Ethics) * identify environmental, social, and cultural diversity considerations associated with the design of products, systems, and graphic images (Ethics) Global-education objectives: Students will: 1 * * learn about global interconnections of countries and economies relate consumer choices to the consumption of resources, effects of production and challenges of recycling...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  105.   From Student to Global Citizen
BCTF/CIDA Global Classroom Initiative 2005 FROM STUDENT TO GLOBAL CITIZEN by Greg Cormier Subject: Grade: Lesson title: Global education-Social Studies 11; Civics 11; Comparative Civilization 12 11, 12 From student to global citizen Brief overview: Our school communities are culturally diverse; we have connections to a variety of nations and have differing understandings of what it means to be a citizen. Additionally, each of us belongs to a variety of communities: our school, our city, our country, and so forth, and in each of these contexts citizenship takes on particular meanings. Making the leap to...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  106.   Country Study
...ll require research and the development of a project . Each activity includes a technology component. Curriculum Benchmarks Essential Learnings, Social Studies, NAD Curriculum Guide, 1996, Seventh Grade: History: Land and People-Historical highlights of nations, physical geography, contributions of culture/countries, i.e., art, architecture, religion, Geography: Resources-Availability and use of resources, Political: Elements and Principles of Government- structures of government, principles of government Political: Cultural Diversity- Comparisons of cultural diversities of nations, a country's ways of coping and benefitting...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  107.   Diversity: Respect Our Differences
Diversity: Respect Our Differences Grade Level(s): 6-8, 9-12 By: Kathleen Buskey, Family & Consumer Sciences Teache Diversity in the Workplace and Society Objectives: After completing a group activity on diversity (specifically in humor), students will compile a list of suggestions, on how to demonstrate and practice respect, that...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  108.   Little House in the Census: Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder
...tions This lesson correlates to the National History Standards. Era 6 -The Development of the Industrial United States (1870-1900) o Standard 2 -Demonstrate understanding of how massive immigration after 1870 and how new social patterns, conflicts, and ideas of national unity developed amid growing cultural diversity. This lesson correlates to the National Standards for Civics and Government. Standard II.B.1. -Explain how certain characteristics tend to distinguish American society from most other societies. Cross-curricular Connections Share these documents and teaching suggestions with your history, language arts, math, and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  109.   Activity: The Estate | Schools | Architecture Week 2007
...nload print print this word download this activity document download word format pdf download pdf format page space Introduction This resource, a series of 15 photographic portraits that comprises 'The Estate', was shot in 2001, by photographer Boris Stout. These colour portraits show an ethnically diverse mix of people in their inner city high-rise homes. Despite living in identical contexts, residents of all ages demonstrate a diversity of aesthetics and cultural identity. Like any community the block is steeped in history - as I photographed them, residents told me stories of the past some of joy and many of loss but all o...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  110.   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


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