Lessons for World Cities

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  • Where Would You Go With A Free Airline Ticket? ... - … the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and abilities in real-world situations. Note: the complete publication and other resource materials are … the world is... Directions: Give the longitude and latitude for the cities in numbers 1 - 5. Find the names of the cities for … . If your next assignment were to write about a city anywhere in the world, except in the United States, how would you …
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  • 9/11 Anniversary Teaching Guide - … , provides reassurance by telling all the ways children knew their world was safe after 9/11. If your students are fascinated … and flew them into the World Trade Center, a pair of skyscrapers in downtown Manhattan (New York City). After several enormous explosions … and flew them into the World Trade Center, a pair of skyscrapers in downtown Manhattan (New York City). After several enormous explosions …
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  • Vietnam, Iraq & 'a City Upon a Hill - … words at important moments: "At last the world knows America as the savior of the world!" - President Woodrow Wilson, returning from the … human dignity-are increasingly inspiring individuals and nations throughout the world." The main theme in U.S. politics and international relations … Iraq have not demonstrated to the world the model its leaders have celebrated of "a city upon a hill." They have revealed …
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  • Sport & The Law - … 's social policies. With so much conflict erupting around the world, it was not surprislng that political protest became a aggrandizement … St. Louis Cardinalsto a World Seriesvictory in 1967.(The Bettmann Archive) and his family to a new city where fans were rumored … for the entertainment value, prestige, and profits of prosports. Before World War II, no professional league team played west of theMississippi … America after World War I17 2. How did air travel and the rise of the suburbs influence the pro leagues? city or …
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  • 9/11 Anniversary Teaching Guide - … , provides reassurance by telling all the ways children knew their world was safe after 9/11. If your students are fascinated … and flew them into the World Trade Center, a pair of skyscrapers in downtown Manhattan (New York City). After several enormous explosions … and flew them into the World Trade Center, a pair of skyscrapers in downtown Manhattan (New York City). After several enormous explosions …
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  • A Street With a Story: The History of Durham's Black Wall Street - … fled the Jim Crow South, especially after World War I, seeking opportunity in northern cities. However, some African Americans who stayed in … s African American leaders turned their talents to the business world instead. The African American community of Durham was relatively prosperous … , upscale restaurants and art galleries to Triple A baseball and world-class festivals, downtown Durham is thriving. Historic Parrish Street is … Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City," by W. E. B. Du Bois, in World's Work vol. 23 (Jan. 1912 …
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  • A Street With a Story:The History of Durham's Black Wall Street - … fled the Jim Crow South, especially after World War I, seeking opportunity in northern cities. However, some African Americans who stayed in … s African American leaders turned their talents to the business world instead. The African American community of Durham was relatively prosperous … , upscale restaurants and art galleries to Triple A baseball and world-class festivals, downtown Durham is thriving. Historic Parrish Street is … Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City," by W. E. B. Du Bois, in World's Work vol. 23 (Jan. 1912 …
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  • Blood Done Sign My Name - … a class discussion: What racial tension existed in Oxford during World War II? Why were African American veterans particularly frustrated? Imagine … entrepreneurs owned barbershops, restaurants, tailor shops, and drug stores. The city boasted numerous black professionals such as attorneys, and African Americans … that they were passionate, willful, stubborn Christians responding to the world around them .they drank deeply from that uncompromising and rebellious …
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  • Early American Settlements - … .) Educational Skit Evaluation Form, attached New World Recruitment Posters, examples attached Recruiting for the New World, assignment & example rubrics, attached 8 by … understanding of the reasons why Europeans traveled to the New World Procedure Review of a Colonial Advertisement 1. Project the attached … the site where the city now stands. In 1718, Bienville s dream of a city became reality. The city streets were laid out …
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  • Early American Settlements - … .) Educational Skit Evaluation Form, attached New World Recruitment Posters, examples attached Recruiting for the New World, assignment & example rubrics, attached 8 by … understanding of the reasons why Europeans traveled to the New World Procedure Review of a Colonial Advertisement 1. Project the attached … the site where the city now stands. In 1718, Bienville s dream of a city became reality. The city streets were laid out …
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