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  • Folktales from the Americas - … briefing paper entitled "Serial Reciprocity: Pay It Forward." (See Bibliographical References.) Ask the learners if they agree with the idea that … what Juan and the zanate birds' secret was. (See Bibliographical References.) Discuss whether the relationship of the three plants is a … plan a campaign to enact either of the ideas. Bibliographical References: "Anansi." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. 23 October 2005, http://en …
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  • Making our Voices Heard for the Community (9th Grade) - … with the Wind," from Voices of Civil Rights. (See Bibliographical References) Encourage them to listen carefully, and write down key words … . But Linus paid no attention to the teasing. He affectionately referred to his blanket as his "security blanket" because it provided … ? Any recommendations/suggestions for next year's service project? Bibliographical References: Dr. Martin Luther King's I have a Dream Speech …
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  • Money Smart Choices (9-12) - … for your students and adjust the lesson accordingly. See Bibliographical References for additional resources to teach compounding. Point out the Save … . Day Four: Learning to Spend, Learning to Give Anticipatory Set: Refer to homework from Day Three and ask for volunteers to … responsible lending and borrowing practices at age appropriate levels. Bibliographical References: http://moneysmartchoices.org - an interactive financial literacy and philanthropy web …
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  • Observing First Impressions - … ," featuring Matt Harding printed copy of selected articles in Bibliographical References (a different article for each student or two) Alternative: provide … : Show the students a Hermann grid (see Materials or Bibliographical References). Ask them whether the gray squares are actually there. Discuss … each student an article to read. Each article (see Bibliographical References or Attachment Two: Articles for Homework) describes the attitudes, practices …
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  • Opening and Responding (9-12) - … if available teacher copy of Attachments One through Three for reference in guiding bidding practice copy for each student of the … -fold (laminate and fold in thirds) See link in Bibliographical References. optional: make an extra copy of the Bridge Tips tri-fold for students to use as a reference to teach Bridge at home Handout 1Practice ExamplesHandout 2Response to … the opponents about your hand? Why or why not?" Bibliographical References: American Contract Bridge League www.acbl.org Bridge Tips (tri …
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  • Spend, Save, Invest or Donate (9-12) - … of the many inspiring stories of youth philanthropy (see Bibliographical References). Explain to students that they will be reading about philanthropy … Two activities can be postponed to another day. See Bibliographical References for other resources to teach compounding. Anticipatory Set: Write the … plans, and the benefits of early and regular saving. Bibliographical References: The National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE): a non-profit …
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  • Valuing Community (9th Grade) - … and tell the students that this motivation for involvement is referred to as "serial reciprocity". Serial Reciprosity: (n) A term defining … the crowds. Metaphorically, the term blinders, has also come to refer to someone with an overly narrow focus or someone who … . But Linus paid no attention to the teasing. He affectionately referred to his blanket as his "security blanket" because it provided …
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  • Who, What, Where, When, and Why - … transparency of the chart and put it up for student reference. Have students research the "government systems" and "economic systems" for … the countries on Sample Working Chart (see Attachment Two). Distribute reference materials to each group related to their country for study … sector would be most likely to meet those needs." Bibliographical References: Britannica.com Inc. http://www.Britannica.com (11 April, 2001 …
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  • Bike Safety - … the floor. The Children's Book of Heroes (see Bibliographical References) Book entitled Safety on Your Bicycle Parent Letter (Attachment One … show the children a video on bicycle safety. (See Bibliographical References for suggested selections.) Ask, "What bicycle safety rules do you … /kidsafety/index.html Consumer Product Safety Commission Site has excellent reference for bicycle safety. Bennett, William J. The Children's Book …
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  • Catch Her If You Can! (2nd Grade) - … : The book Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Record Breaking Runner (see Bibliographic References) Chalkboard and chalk Drawing paper, crayons, markers, colored pencils Instructional … athlete. Read Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Record Breaking Runner (see Bibliographic References). After the story write the word "philanthropy" on the board … . Help the students understand Jackie Joyner-Kersee as a philanthropist. Refer back to Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Record Breaking Runner (see Bibliographic …
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