Lessons for US Cities

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  • As the War Turns- Exploring the Drama of the Civil War - … acknowledged delivering "Big Number Two" and other trunks to Northern cities, but he said he "declined taking charge" of the valise … effort, which brought economic hardship and increasing unemployment to the city's working class neighborhoods. They were also resentful because the … far in such times & under such circumstances as now surround us upon the extent of their endurance. With Lincolns proclamation promising …
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  • Smog Makes Beijing Put Sunrise on Giant TV - … not want to breathe the poisonous ( ) running,'' he said. The US embassy advised people to, "avoid all physical activity outdoors". ( ) blocks … usually makes ( ) sunrise. They put giant LED screens across the city. People stand in front of the digital screens and ( ) him … smog sticks / sucks." The air quality / quantity in China's cities often becomes / becoming bad in winter. People burn more coal …
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  • Falling Insect Numbers Dangerous to Humans - … . move to cities and bring h. growing food 9. losing in the fight i. disappearance of bees 10. help us to protect … ". He said this knowledge would help us to (16) ____ the "helpful" insects. disease protect cities losing pollinate decline dying growing LISTENING … to cities? 9. What did a doctor say we needed to stop? 10. What did a doctor say knowledge would help us … places where insects live are disappearing / disappearance because of new cities and land being used / using for farming. Another reason is …
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  • The Pull of Polaris: GIS & the Underground Rail Rd - … include: (1) a base map of the eastern US, (2) southern and northern cities--that were either avoided or crucial connections for … US theme above the Elevation theme so that the states will be visible when opened.) N.B.: The Northern Cities and Southern Cities … theme's name and click one time.) Step 2 - Locating Cities Cities of the South: In the South, if an escaping enslaved … : You MUST stay at least 20 miles from all cities except your city of origin. You MUST stay below 2,400 ft …
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  • Passport to the Past: A Tour of the Ancient, European and Asian Collections - … and shell inlay Observation questions: * What do these coffins tell us about their owner, Pa-debehu-Aset? * Describe any symbols or … , but displayed along the main roads outside of the city gates, forming vast "cities of the dead". This sarcophagus might have been … , GA: Turner Home Entertainment, c1995) [4 videos - Pyramid, Castle, Cathedral, City] Of Time, Tombs, and Treasure: the Treasures of Tutankhamun (Indianapolis …
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  • Human Migration - … . Paul Human Rights Commission if the complainant lives in those cities. These three Commissions have enforcement powers. The other 56 Commissions … /crt Minnesota Department of Human Rights www.humanrights.state.mn.us League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions www.mnleagueofhumanrights.org HUMAN … migration patterns and the different experiences of several food-processing cities - Willmar, Worthington, and Marshall. Center for Rural and Regional Studies …
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  • Beijing and Your City - … Student JournalsExplore More Getting Started Social Studies: Beijing and Your City Sample Unit Calendar Summary: Students collect and compare features and … .com/ Explore Minnesota http://www.exploreminnesota.com Minnesota Cities http://www.state.mn.us/portal/mn/jsp/content.do?subchannel=-536879913 &id … students compare the economic opportunities and services available in each city. Sources/Credits: Initial concept from Pat McNeal, Holdingford Schools. Learning …
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  • Journey Along the Silk Road: Writing Your Own Rihla, or Travel Journal - … about your hometown. Include: 1. name of your city 2. when your city was founded 3. what makes you the proud of … near your city A. The religion you follow B. A "brag sheet" (which was quite normal at that time.) Tell us why … those cities. How do they compare to your hometown? F. Technology of your travel: ships, horses, camels, donkeys, etc. G. Tell uscities. How do they compare to your hometown? k) Technology of your travel: ships, horses, camels, donkeys, 5 etc. l) Tell us
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  • Flat Stanley and the Fantastic Five - … or document camera Digital camera Websites: www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Instruction/History/ virginiaregionsunlabeled.pdf Provides an unlabeled map of … teacher-made overhead) have students locate and label the cities. As each city is labeled, call on volunteers to name the region … located. www.sitesatlas.com/Maps/Maps/VA1.htm CITY Waynesboro REGION ____ CITY Winchester REGION ____ Williamsburg ____ Lynchburg ____ Roanoke ____ …
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  • Where Would You Go With A Free Airline Ticket? ... - … will find the latitude and longitude of their chosen city and other cities. Reports created by the students will be saved onto … will still need more information. "The city is in Ohio. What is the city?" Then, "The city is in Northwestern Ohio." Students will … from the library. Technology gives us a way to know the exact, or absolute, location of a city. An absolute location is … . Give the longitude and latitude of some cities and have students name the city. Specific latitude and longitude place locations are available …
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