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  41.   The Social and Economic Impact of Wildlife and Natural Resource Management
Wildlife icon spacer Wildlife Lesson Plans "The Social and Economic Impact of Wildlife and Natural Resource Management" Lesson Plan Prepared by: Craig Henninger, Elizabethville High School, PA Grade Level: ninth through twelfth grade Keywords: conflict, society, research, management, development Total Time for Lesson: a few weeks; actual class time will be approximately three or four...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  42.   Getting to know the Healthy Food Pyramid Or the Abednigo Project
Glenda Purdy PUC Prep School gpurdy@puc.edu Unit Plan: Getting to know the Healthy Food Pyramid Or the Abednigo Project Subject: Home Economics Intended Grade Level: 11 & 12 Description: This unit seeks to acquaint the student with a healthy way of eating while following a vegetarian diet. The student will come to understand the components suggested by the American Dietetic Association that comprise a healthy diet, know how to prepare appetizing foods...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  43.   On The Home Front
THE W AR A KEN BURNS FILM On The Home Front Subjects: Social Studies, American History, World History, Civics All the old iron beds were pulled out of the garages and they were put in the metal drives. The Boy Scouts did a great deal of that. The city took up the old streetcar lines. It went down Government and Dauphin Street, and we added those to the scrap...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  44.   Ecological Footprint - How Does The Way We Live Affect Earth?
Fisheries and Oceans Canada Canada Wordmark Canada Flag Fran?ais Contact Us Help Search Canada Site Home DFO National DFO Pacific What's New? Site Map horizontal line Stream to Sea Secondary OHEB > SCI > Educators and Students > Secondary Lesson Plans > Ecological Footprint Ecological Footprint - How Does The Way We Live Affect Earth? Home blue line Primary ecofootprint image blue line Intermediate A classroom activity and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  45.   Home Front: The United States During World War II
Portal to Texas History University of North Texas Home About the Portal Contact Help Portal Services for Educators Primary Source Adventures Goals and Objectives Topic Areas Portal Services for Educators Home Primary Source Adventures : Home Front: the United States during World War II Lesson Plan - Grade 7 Lesson Plan for Home Front: the United States during World War II ?...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  46.   Cooking Crepes in Ms. Stentella's French Class
...he program requires the use of a French text book for vocabulary purposes. It also requires a computer with Internet access and PowerPoint and Microsoft Word software in addition to art supplies and a digital camera. To institute the cooking part of the project, you might want to cooperate with the home economics department and let the students learn to make crepes in the school kitchen. If your school is not equipped with a kitchen, you will need a portable range, frying pan, spatula, plates, cups, napkins, and all supplies included in the recipe. If you are looking for a cross-disciplinary lesson, the math teacher may...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  47.   Bringing Physical Education Home
#2651. Bringing Physical Education Home Phys Ed, level: Middle Posted Wed Aug 7 08:21:43 PDT 2002 by John Flickinger (flick1974@yahoo.com). Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, USA Materials Required: Textbook, Notebook Paper, TV and VCR Activity Time: Approx:1 Hour Concepts Taught: Health and Nutrition; Heart Healthy; Exercise Bringing Physical Educat...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  48.   Basic Needs and Economic Sharing
Basic Needs and Economic Sharing Kindergarten Created by Emily Beck and Kirsten Bowen, with help from our cooperating teacher Sharon Cook from Edith Bowen Laboratory school, completed as part of the requirements for El Ed 4050 fall Semester, 1999, Jay Monson, course instructor, USU. We feel that basic needs and economic sharing are important...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  49.   Economic Impact of Available Resources
Economic Impact of Available Resources Objectives: Working together in small groups, students will answer questions that address economic themes such as demand of food production, population growth and effect, and economic gain of natural resources. Students should use information given by the guest speaker. Materials Needed:...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  50.   Ecosystems, Habitats and Survival
...the habitats of animals and people, how they are developed and maintained, and what factors affect shelter selection. Subject Area(s): ?Click box(es) of the subject(s) that your Lesson targets ?Business Education ?Music ?Other: ?Drama ?Physical Education ?Other: ?Foreign Language ?Science ?Other: ?Home Economics ?Social Studies ?Language Arts ?Technology ?Math ?Other: Grade Level: ?Click box(es) of the grade level(s) that your Lesson targets ?PreK-K ?7 ?ESL ?1 ?8 ?Gifted and Talented ?2 ?9 ?Special Education ?3 ?10 ?Other: ?4 ?11 ?Other: ?5 ?12 ?6 Targeted State Frameworks/Content Standards (TEKS): 3.3B; 3.8A,B,D; 3.9A...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K


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