Lessons for Community

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  • This Old Tubeworm - … for more information and activities on hydrothermal vent communities. Other deep sea chemosynthetic communities are found in areas where hydrocarbon gases (often … students write a short essay contrasting life in two communities. The first community exists in a remote valley where weather patterns and … . Curray. 1984. Biological communities at Florida Escarpment resemble hydrothermal vent communities. Science 226:965-967 - Early report on cold seep communities. Bergquist, D …
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  • Windows to the Deep Exploration - Life is Weird! - … on relationships between some inhabitants of cold-seep communities on the Blake Ridge. community food chain. Visit http://www.pmel.noaa.gov … for more information and activities on hydrothermal vent communities. Other deep sea chemosynthetic communities are found in areas where hydrocarbon gases (often … . 1984. Biological communities at Florida Escarpment resemble hydrothermal vent communities. Science 226:965-967 - early report on cold seep communities. THE BRIDGE CONNECTION …
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  • Rural Communities - … characteristics of the community?" "What type of community was portrayed in this book?" "How is this community similar/different from our community?" After the … , which deals with the way their community, Trenton, has changed from a rural community to an urban community. Students will then be asked … buildings in the community. Objectives & Assessment: a) SWBAT identify characteristics of their own community, Trenton. b) SWBAT define vocabulary: Community, Rural and Urban …
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  • The Roles and Responsibilities of Community Helpers in Society - … the different community helpers illustrated and the responsibilities which they provide for their communities. We will also review the concepts of community, community helper … what a community is. o What is a community? o Can your house be a community? Why? o Are there any community helpers in … performed, as well as the concepts of community, community helper, and responsibility. o Are you a community helper? o What responsibilities do you …
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  • Rome: City And Empire - … that focus on the community: advertising brochures for the community newspaper and magazine articles about the community analyses of the community by sociologists and other scholars published interviews with residents of the community minutes from meetings of the community
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  • Exploring Your Community - … identity, so does a community. Motivate students by explaining that if they can communicate the essence of their community in class orally, they … in the community? What tastes can you find in the community? What smells do you associate with the community? What does the community look … the community * ads for businesses in the community * ticket stubs from community performances or sporting events * programs from religious services * agenda from community meetings …
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  • People Everywhere - … our community have? How old are the people in our community? How do different people in our community contribute (help out) in our community? How do doctors contribute to the community? How do young people contribute to the community? Have …
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  • Discovering Your Sense of Place - … "ingredients" of community, and how the appearance of their community contributes to their sense of place. 2. Identify their community's three most … community. Station C. What Is Special About Your Community? Students list what is special about their community or what they like about their community … . 12. I should have a say in how my community grows. 13. Communities need to provide safe ways for people to walk …
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  • Stitching Together A Community - A Lesson for Grades 3 - 5 - … most people can belong to _ more than one community although some communities might feel more special to a person than others … an individual contribute to your community? _ What makes for a "good" community? Is our classroom a community? Why or why not? Children … short paragraph telling about an important time in their community's history when community members came together to support one another or …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Investigation 3.2 - Policy Debate / Community – Meeting on Climate Change - … feel). 5) Set the stage. "Welcome to the (your community here) Community Meeting. We are glad that so many people have come … warming will affect them and the community. They should communicate what, if anything, they feel the community should do to abate global warming … well being of the community and their obligations as a community member; importance of Investigation 3.2 - Policy Debate / Community Meeting on Climate …
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