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Additional Lessons 181 - 190 of 491 for Mexican Culture
  181.   Memorial Day Shoebox Parade
...create a timeline of U.S. war and conflict. make "shoebox floats" to represent and commemorate soldiers throughout history. Keywords War, soldiers, servicemen, service women, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, parade, float, shoebox, timeline, conflict, Revolutionary War, American Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq, Desert Storm, diorama Materials Needed shoebox (one for each student or small group of students) library and/or Internet resource materials a timeline (teacher or student created) art supplies for cre...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  182.   ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: The Kanaka Village at Fort Vancouver: Crossroads of the Columbia River
...Kanaka Village a... ? Return to Lesson Plans Title: The Kanaka Village at Fort Vancouver: Crossroads of the Columbia River Authors: Alyson Baker, Mark E. Cross, Elizabeth Doman, Toby Edwards, Ray Fini Plan Friday, July 16, 2004 Created: Description: Interaction between Native American and European cultures in the Pacific Northwest in the 1800s. Category: Crossroads and Conquest Standards: NATIONAL STANDARD 1 United States territorial expansion between 1801 and 1861, and how it affected relations with external powers and Native Americans. Standard 1C The student understands the ideology of Manifest Destiny, the nation's exp...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  183.   ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: Changing Landscape at the Fort Vancouver Reserve
...a Purchase, the War of 1812, and the Monroe Doctrine. Standard 1B The student understands federal and state Indian policy and the strategies for survival forged by Native Americans Standard 1C The student understands the ideology of Manifest Destiny, the nation's expansion to the Northwest, and the Mexican-American War. Standard 2E The student understands the settlement of the West. Lesson: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: Land use during the entire development of Fort Vancouver was an evolution over time. Initially, the land was inhabited by Native Americans which served their needs within tribal life. The great Columbia River provi...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  184.   Comic Strip: Multicultural Awareness and Appreciation Adaptation
Home 3rd - 4th The Arts Lesson Plans Original Lesson Plan Diversity Comic Strip: Multicultural Awareness and Appreciation Adaptation The original lesson plan, Comic Strip was written by Tara Brennan of Golden Valley School, Val d'Or, QC; adaptation by Debra L Clark, PhD This adapted lesson plan addresses the following Ohio benchmarks: Benchmark Grades Subject Area Visual Arts: Historical, Cultural and Social C 3rd...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  185.   Home 3-4 Social Studies L
...ts: Writing Processes I 3rd-4th Language Arts: Writing Processes A 3rd-4th Language Arts: Research B 3rd-4th Language Arts: Research D 3rd-4th Language Arts: Research C 3rd-4th Science: Earth and Space Sciences A 3rd-4th Science: Science and Technology B Visual Arts: Historical, Social, and 3rd-4th Cultural Contexts A Visual: Arts: Creative Expression and 3rd-4th Communication B Visual: Arts: Creative Expression and 3rd-4th Communication C Visual: Arts: Creative Expression and 3rd-4th Communication A Visual Arts: Connections, Relationships 3rd-4th and Applications B Visual Arts: Connections, Relationships 3rd-4th and Applic...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  186.   Foreign Language Lip-Sync Karaoke Contest
...8 9-12 Brief Description Students practice reading and writing a foreign language by transcribing lyrics and creating a cloze activity for their classmates to complete. They also have opportunities to speak and listen to the language as their classmates "perform" the songs. And they learn about the culture of the country as they research the music and artist. Objectives Students be exposed to authentic cultural music and language. practice listening and oral production skills in the target language. present cultural information on musical genres and/or artists. Keywords cloze, lip sync, karaoke, lyrics, culture, artista, mu...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  187.   Tomie Depaola'S Adelita: a Bio Poem
Tomie dePaola's Adelita: A Bio Poem Subjects Arts and Humanities Language Arts Literature Social Studies Regions/Cultures Grade K-2 Brief Description Write a bio poem the main character in Tomie dePaola's Mexican Cinderella story, Adelita. Objectives Students will read Adelita, Tomie dePaola's Mexican Cinderella story. analyze character traits of Adelita and write a bio poem about her. write a bio poem about themselves. Keywords poem, Adeli...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  188.   Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
...cent of the U.S. population. --- In the U.S. 1990 census, the Hispanic population was 22.4 million. --- Hispanics are the fastest-growing minority group. --- The Census bureau projects that the U.S. Hispanic population will reach 102.6 million by 2050. --- 64% of the U.S. Hispanic population are of Mexican background. Another approximately 10 percent are of Puerto Rican background. --- The median age of the Hispanic population is 27.2 years; that compares with 36.2 years for the population as a whole. --- 49% of the U.S. Hispanic-origin population lives in California or Texas. California is home to 12.4 million Hispanics, a...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  189.   "Bursting" Stereotypes
"Bursting" Stereotypes Return to Lesson Article Subjects Arts & Humanities Language Arts Social Studies Psychology Regions/Cultures Sociology Grades 3-5 6-8 9-12 Brief Description Balloons serve as a conduit in this lesson in which students "burst" stereotypes that unfairly label individuals or groups. Objectives Students will learn the meaning of the word stereotype. work in groups to come up with stereotype statements. discuss whether the statement...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  190.   Scientists Discover Oldest Mayan Mural
Scientists Discover Oldest Mayan Mural Subjects Arts & Humanities --Art History Social Studies --Current Events --Geography --History ----World History --Regions/Cultures Grades Grades 2-up News Content Archaeologists have learned new things about the Mayans from an ancient mural. Anticipation Guide Before reading, introduce students to the concept of the Mayan culture. Maya people thrived between 1000 B.C and the 1500s (A.D.). Help students identify on a world or Western Hemisphere map t...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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