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  • Growth Stages 1: Infancy and Early... - … . Research shows that films and stories about early stages of human development fascinate children and they are particularly intrigued by comparisons of … .) For more background information and research, see the Growth 1: Human Development teacher sheet. Ideas in this lesson are also related to … . Extensions Follow this lesson with the second lesson in the human development series: Growth Stages 2: Middle Childhood and Early Adolescence. Positive …
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  • Chemical Controversy - … . Stage 2 Determine Acceptable Evidence Learning Objectives: The Students will: develop an understanding of the endocrine disruption theory work collaboratively in … lead to harmful effects on human health? ? What are the threshold amounts, and during what stages of human development, can chemicals produce harmful effects via changes in endocrine function? ? Are laboratory test tube procedures accurate predicators of actual human
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  • The Big Not So Easy - … 15- Understands how physical systems affect human systems. Benchmarks: Knows the ways in which human systems develop in response to conditions in the … United States History Standard 31- Understands economic, social, and cultural developments in the contemporary United States. Benchmark: Understands how recent immigration … to a particular development or theme Behavioral Studies Standard 1 - Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity, and behavior …
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  • Is It Easy Being Green? - … Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity, and behavior. Benchmark: Understands that each culture has distinctive … development and transmission of culture Geography Standard 14- Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmarks: Understands the ways in which human … Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development. Benchmark: Understands that cultural beliefs strongly influence the values and …
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  • Choosing To Go Green - … Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity, and behavior. Benchmark: Understands that each culture has distinctive … development and transmission of culture Geography Standard 14- Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmarks: Understands the ways in which human … Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development. Benchmark: Understands that cultural beliefs strongly influence the values and …
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  • Africa Falls Prey to H.I.V. - … their Web site at (http://www.un.org). The 1998 Human Development Index (HDI), which is a chart of statistics categorizing all … /98.htm/) For more information about the concept of human development, the HDI, the Human Poverty Index (HPI), and the Gender Empowerment Measure … 15- Understands how physical systems affect human systems. Benchmark: Knows the ways in which human systems develop in response to conditions in the …
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  • The Cloning of Cells - … of stem cells are: embryonic stem cells, found in a developing human embryo, and adult stem cells, found in umbilical cord blood … this research. One engineering design currently being researched is the development of a three-dimensional microscopic housing structure that would allow … . National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, July 18, 2006, accessed October 3, 2008. User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • What Is Modern Slavery? Investigating Human Trafficking - … . Questions: What factors contribute to and exacerbate human trafficking and sex slavery? How are human trafficking and economics intertwined? Consider all parties … . One way to do this is to develop a service learning project in connection to human trafficking. You might consult ideas about … Studies 1. Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity and behavior. Economics 2. Understands characteristics of different economic …
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  • Land Conservation Debate - … humans, including clean water, food from farmland, medicine from plants, etc… o Urban refers to an area that is dominated by human development and is usually called a city or town, but can refer to a housing development also. o Pie … natural resources. Human development is often spread wider than necessary across a landscape and there are solutions to keep development centered in specific …
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  • What If We Run Out? - … into smaller fragments through land conversion. As a result of human development, many forestlands are converted to long-term or permanent non … in the nation is being converted to developed land every 2 years. With increased development, public lands become more and more isolated too, functioning like natural islands in a sea of human habitat. In …
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