Lessons for World Cities

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  • Rural America in Transition - … income in 1973 due to a unique set of world circumstances--among them world crop shortages and increased Soviet imports--that sent … compete for a stagnant or declining total world market. As the effects of the world recession linger, many international markets, especially commodity … ., "A Changing Rural America," EconomicReview, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, July/August 1986. Some Determinants Of Rural Competitiveness The county …
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  • Where We Live: Homes Near and Far - … 10 points. MATERIALS Day 1: world and city maps, white construction paper, crayons Day 2: white butcher paper, city map, crayons, markers, pencils … : Day 1: 1. A world and city map are needed for this period Day 2: 1. A city map is needed for this period Day 3: 1. " Where Do You Live?" activity sheet has a world map and a United States map, and the students have to color the continent, country, state, and city they …
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  • Passport to the Past: A Tour of the Ancient, European and Asian Collections - … vessel like this? Information: The Greek city of Athens became famous all over the known world for high quality pottery, produced from … forest world, tamed by the music played by the elegant woman on her assemblage of instruments. The idyllic view of the cityWorld's Most Magnificent Structures (Alexandria, VA: PBS Home Video; Atlanta, GA: Turner Home Entertainment, c1995) [4 videos - Pyramid, Castle, Cathedral, City
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  • Byzantium - … Constantinople (Greek Orthodox) 11th and 12th centuries: city and empire hurt by Crusades 1204: city taken by Crusaders 14th century: Byzantine land … Learning in Aurora, Colorado. Grade level: 9-12 Subject area: world history Standard: Understands how major religious and large-scale empires … the Southwest Asian economy. Grade level: 9-12 Subject area: world history Standard: Understands the redefinition of European society and culture …
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  • An Alternative to the "What I Did on Summer Vacation - What I Can Do on Summer Vacation." - … . It is no coincidence that many of the great cities in the world are located near, or have access via a river … appreciate the values and functions of estuaries in the natural world. Small activities have large unforeseen consequences. By-products of human … and interesting. Discuss cost prohibitive cleanup efforts and other real world considerations. 5-74 C. Study a feather carefully. Notice its …
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  • What's in a Name? - … of these cities and various other cities with the same names around the world? Secondary Questions Of what importance are names of cities and … of the World: Origins and Meanings). Assign each group a city from the above mentioned cities. Tell the students to locate the city that … the connections that these cities have to our American cities. References Room, A. (1997). Place Names of the World: Origins and Meanings. Jefferson …
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  • Tokyo the costliest city in the world - … most expensive city in the world. Last ____________ Moscow, in Russia, but this year it is Tokyo. Japan?s second largest city, Osaka … Moscow, Geneva and Hong Kong. One of the __________________ cities in the world is Johannesburg in South Africa. I _________________ to Tokyo … can to mango up 25 single. 5. most in the cities world of affordable the One. 6. it?s you there guess … : Search the Internet and find more information about the world?s expensive cities. Talk about what you discover with your partner(s …
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  • Beijing citizens learn Olympics manners - … now, China has been worried about its image as the world spotlight will be on Beijing. A Chinese news agency Xinhua … . keep the city tidy and wait patiently e. spitting and littering are at 2008 Olympic Games f. the world spotlight will its … ) ____, China has been worried about its image as the world spotlight will be on Beijing. A Chinese news agency Xinhua … . keep the city tidy and free from litter e. spitting and littering are at their height f. the world spotlight will be …
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  • Urban Ecosystems 1: Cities Are Urban... - … happened in the Old World. Another common assumption is that by studying the different parts of a city (transportation infrastructure, parks, economic … . The proportion of people living in cities is even higher in the developed regions of the world. In the United States, more … the cities? Lights! Action! Cities! Take your students to the Night Lights Around the World website to see a composite image of the world
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  • Out on a Limb (6th Grade) - … celebrate trees." It is an organization that encourages people, cities, and the world to replant trees and to prevent deforestation. It was … lesson more global, the discussion could include trees around the world. The following links provide ideas for saving the rainforests of the world from deforestation: http://rainforests.mongabay.com/1001.htm http://library …
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