Lessons for Dutch

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  • Jewish Diversity: Travels of Jewish Foods and Jewish Families - … step up production of cinnamon, treating them harshly. In 1638 Dutch traders took over the Portuguese fort in Sri Lanka and established their own cinnamon monopoly. The Dutch also treated the indigenous population brutally, in order to make … cinnamon. The British took control of the island from the Dutch in 1796, but by that time cinnamon was being produced … it to the Western Hemisphere. A few centuries later, the Dutch brought sugarcane to the Caribbean and parts of South America …
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  • The Rembrandt Teaching Project Lesson Plan A View of Amsterdam - … . Because prints were relatively cheap, they were found in many Dutch homes. They tended to be the preferred medium because prints … named Hendrick de Keyser, who designed the characteristic red-brick Dutch houses with sandstone decorations and elaborate gables. Show some of … Holland, breaking away to rule itself. The leader of the Dutch republic was called the stadtholder. The stadtholder during the time …
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  • Knowing Where You Are - … to Native American names; reference sources for Spanish, French, or Dutch settlements. Teaching Options After students complete the charts, you may … significance. For example, the word part -kill means "creek" in Dutch. It is found frequently in place names around the Hudson River Valley in New York, where many Dutch people settled when New York was the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam. As a …
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  • Holocaust Lesson Plan: Ideas for Research and Discussion of Anne Frank's Diary - … reason, we have to suffer. We can never just be Dutch, or just English, or whatever, we will always be Jews … Identity "My first wish is to become a Dutch citizen. I love the Dutch, I love this country, I love the language … at the end of the long, long line of good Dutch people who did what I did or more - much more …
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  • Exploring Nature: Symbols of Life - … , 1622 Click image for more info and viewing options. Overview Dutch artists of the 17th and 18th centuries often painted sumptuous … the abundance of life, the Dutch fascination with the natural world and the power of Dutch trading networks in the 17th and … choose these particular life forms? Give the students information about Dutch 17th-century still lifes . 3. Using a projector/light source …
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  • Exploring Nature: Symbols of Life - … , 1622 Click image for more info and viewing options. Overview Dutch artists of the 17th and 18th centuries often painted sumptuous … the abundance of life, the Dutch fascination with the natural world and the power of Dutch trading networks in the 17th and … choose these particular life forms? Give the students information about Dutch 17th-century still lifes . 3. Using a projector/light source …
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  • Cameroon 1 Netherlands 2 - … least a point in South Africa. They came close. The Dutch opened the scoring on 36 minutes when Robin Van Persie … least a point in South Africa. They came close. The Dutch ____ on 36 minutes when Robin Van Persie struck the … least a ptoin in South Africa. They came close. The Dutch peenod the scoring on 36 minutes when Robin Van Persie … least a point in South Africa. They came close. The Dutch 36 when the on minutes opened scoring Robin Van Persie …
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  • Netherlands 1 Japan 0 - … a very well-organized Japanese side. With six points, the Dutch must surely qualify for the last 16. It was a … tournament against a ____ Japanese side. With six points, the Dutch must surely qualify for the last 16. It was a … a very well-organized Japanese side. With six opstni, the Dutch must surely uqlfayi for the last 16. It was a … a well organized against very - side. With six points, the Dutch must surely qualify for the last 16. match fought - hard …
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  • The Power of Nonviolent Action: South Africa & Poland - … " is a term used to describe white South Africans of Dutch or German descent.) A prime minister who gained office in … had been developing ever since the first white settlers, the Dutch, established a permanent colony at the Cape of Good Hope … the blacks. White French Huguenot refugees and Germans joined the Dutch and collectively became known as Afrikaners. But Britain seized control of the Cape area in 1795 and in 1814 the Dutch officially ceded it to them. These acts began a long …
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  • The Politics of Numia: a Post-Colonial Roleplay - … language. Objectives: Adopt Belgian Catholicism as the state religion. Adopt Dutch as the official national language. Spend more money on schools … adopt any state religion (ARM is Marxist). Do not adopt Dutch as the official language. Enact land reform, redistributing land from … people. Objectives: Adopt Belgian Catholicism as the state religion. Adopt Dutch as the official national language. Open the newly found oil …
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