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  • Battles of the American Civil War Digital Diorama - … physical and human geographic factors on major historical and contemporary events in the United States. General Goal(s): Students will develop a … , Modern Maps Setup computer time for research, Photo Story Development and PowerPoint Development Access to the following websites: http://memory.loc.gov … battle. Sign up computer time for research, photo story development and PowerPoint development. Before, during and after school. Students will create a …
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  • New Town Health Club Website - … was based on information gained in the study of human growth and development. This project is designed to pull past projects and … was based on information gained in the study of human growth and development. This project is designed to pull past projects and … was based on information gained in the study of human growth and development. This project is designed to pull past projects and … was based on information gained in the study of human growth and development. This project is designed to pull past projects and …
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  • The Extreme Place Race: A Lesson in Survival - … formulate and clarify questions, investigate problems, analyze relevant information and develop rational conclusions supported by evidence. Participation Participation requires that students … human phenomena. Use multiple criteria to identify and define types of regions. Analyze the influences of human and physical systems on the development of distinctive characteristics of place. Analyze ways in which social, political, economic, and cultural systems develop
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  • My Character Odyssey - … ? How were these attributes developed on his journey? Who influenced the development of these attributes? How did he develop respect, responsibility, and compassion … they developed-or failed to develop, positive character traits. They may discuss how history might have been different had this person developed differently … essay "Semi-fictional Autobiography." * You may not claim any super-human powers, but you may enlarge or exaggerate characteristics you currently …
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  • Lowell Bailey, Teacher / Earthworks Education Activities (Comparative Stream Quality of Water in Leatherwood Creek) - … influence the rate, extent, and nature of the way organisms develop within ecosystems. Environmental Science Env.1.30 Describe how agricultural … .nap.edu/html/nses/6e.html#es CONTENT STANDARD D: DEVELOPING STUDENT UNDERSTANDING "In grades 9-12, students review the water … basic processes, and the changes may be detrimental to humans. Materials from human societies affect both physical and chemical cycles of the …
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  • Variations in Living Things - … ScienceTeachers Association. SCOPE, SEQUENCE, and COORDINATION SS&C Research and Development Center Gerry Wheeler, Principal Investigator Erma M. Anderson, Project Director … University of Minnesota, 612.625.2046 Houston SS&C Materials Development and Coordination Center Linda W. Crow, Center Director Godrej H … of the range are eliminated. Variations and human selection have shaped the food eaten by humans. Variations in important foods such as …
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  • Human DNA to be implanted in rice - … going to read a text which is about a new development in GM crops. Put these questions on the board: 1 … following question on the board: 'Is it acceptable to implant human genes into crops for medicinal purposes? As a class, think … sentences true or false? 1. The new rice has been developed by the farming industry. T/F 2. The new rice … 's a danger of contaminating other crops and possibly harming human health.' 4. False - Paragraph 3 says there is 'the potential …
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  • The Convention on the Rights of the Child - … : Chronicle the development of human rights for children up to the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Define human rights for children … the Child. 1948 - Universal Declaration of Human Rights established global standards for human rights UN defines human rights as ..."rights we are all … -Olsen, Per, Children's Participation: Giving Children the Opportunity to Develop into Active and Responsible Members of Society, Social Education, The …
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  • Modeling Hot and Cold Planets - … Island, Nunavut, Canada. Here, scientists and engineers are developing and testing technical and human capabilities to live on a Mars outpost. By … off ? Explain your reasoning. 2. A caffeine dependent inventor has developed what she considers to be the perfect thermos. Before leaving … . For ? each adaptation above, the student should use the reasoning developed in Topic 2 to explain how this adaptation will help …
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  • Modeling Orbital Debris Problems - … examine the problem of space pollution caused by human-made debris in orbit to develop an understanding of functions and modeling. It … . Introduction One important outcome for this unit is helping students develop an appreciation of the power and limitations of mathematical modeling … , encourages reasoning and sense making, and fosters each student's development of mathematical power. Students should have the opportunity to appreciate …
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