Lessons for US States

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  • Litter and Environmental Stewardship (8th Grade) - … these parts of the world; they belong to all of us. And that means there are no laws governing them. There … movement regarding concerns for environmental conservation and improvement of the state of the environment." How does this definition back up what … put the three pennies to good use. Bibliographical References: Golden State Images: http://www.goldenstateimages.com/GSI_search.php?srch=pollution%20litter …
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  • Painting Pictures with Poetry: Art from the Heart - … " or "as." A simile is a comparison that is explicitly stated using the word "like" or "as." Personification is a figure … of friendship. The largest greeting card business in the United States reports that about one billion Valentine Cards are sent each … all know that commercials are used to encourage and remind us to purchase certain products or experiences. Some commercial jingles appeal … a gardening magazine. For our purposes today it comes to us from a different place. TV, radio, billboards, magazines and newspapers …
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  • Put Your Hands in Mine (6th Grade) - … us: Definition: (pl. n) Rights guaranteed to citizens; the specific rights provided by the 13th and 14th amendments of the United States Constitution) pHilanthropy What this word means to us: Definition: (n) 1. The giving of … Childhood Development. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. UNICEF, 2007, State of the World's Children. School/Home Connection: Encourage the …
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  • It's Up to Whom? You! (12th Grade) - … shelters. To encourage these types of food donations, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have enacted Good Samaritan laws … to charitable organizations. One company spokesperson in a recent interview stated, "It's important that we model the type of behavior … contribution will someday result in someone making a connection with us, how might we experience an immediate return of the favor …
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  • Making Choices with Scarce Resources: Penny Drive - … our peers so as to incite them to participate with us in this event? Read: Each year the Beeville High School … of keeping pennies in circulation. A law in Canada now states that no one is legally obligated to accept more than … estimated that 301,139,947 people lived in the United States. If each person were to donate one penny to a … those in need. Imagine if every person in the United States, were to donate ten pennies for a charitable cause. It …
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  • Personal Giving Mission Statement (A): Penny Drive - … in good hands" (All State Insurance) "To solve unsolved problems, innovatively" (3M) "To be all you can be" (US Army) "When you … 1-0 game against Miramar Everglades in a Class 6A state semifinal. With a baffling assortment of breaking pitches, Dunne struck … member food banks and food-rescue organizations, serving all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It distributes more … a tradition that has spread not only throughout the United States, but also around the world. While money collected in these …
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  • Small Steps; Great Journeys (12th Grade) - … from participating. Our service event might inconvenience some of us. Some of us might want to use the excuse we're not … of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the awards constitute the United States' largest youth recognition program based solely on volunteering. Over the … might appear to be limitations? Cross-Curriculum Extensions: Articles about State and National candidate platforms could be assigned reading. A debate …
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  • Linked Together (2nd Grade) - … Sky display, revisit it before beginning this lesson. Purpose: United States citizens not only have individual rights as citizens but also … learners will: illustrate eight citizen rights. define responsible. define nationality. state that people who are born in American are called American … class: If you were born in the United States, you are a United States citizen. If you were not born in the … . How is this possible? Ants live in communities just like us. Their communities are called colonies. Their colonies have many other …
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  • A Dream and an Idea: Searching for a Roadmap to Create a Country - … learners in acquiring knowledge of historical content in United States history. New York State Learning Standards - Social Studies http://www.nysatl.nysed … , developments, and turning points in the history of the United States and New York. Standard 5 Civics, Citizenship, and Government Students … citizenship, including avenues of participation. Video: FREEDOM: A History of US #2 "From Colonies to Country" Web sites: FREEDOM: A History …
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  • Economy vs. Humanity: Exploring the Triangle Trade and The Middle Passage - … understanding of the economic factors surrounding slavery in the United States, such as the Triangle Trade. Demonstrate an understanding of the … factors contributing to contemporary problems and alternative courses of action. US History Era 2, Standard 1 The student understands how diverse … establishing governments; the governmental system of the United States and other nations; the United States Constitution; the basic civic values of American …
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