Lessons for Flag Burning

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  • Analyzing Lithographs from the Currier and Ives Collection - … Spangled Banner" to the statue of American soldiers raising the flag at Iwo Jima, war has shaped America's identity and … symbols of patriotism in these works? What role does the flag play? What role, if any, do women play? How do … the Merchants Exchange, N.Y. The Burning of Chicago Great Fire at Boston The Burning of the New York Crystal Palace The …
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  • Lessons in Courage: Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and Ruby Bridges - … Latino Legacy: A Community Oral History Project Changing Borders and Flags The Rise of the United Farmworkers Union: A Study of … near each of the words to show that the dream burns brightly. (Children may one day visit the King Center and … children. Celebration: a. b. c. Marching, singing and displaying our flag. Recognizing April 4, as the most important date. Reading, viewing … picture of freedom marchers with pertinent signs and the American flag. Roop, Peter and Connie. Martin Luther King Jr. Heinemann Library …
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  • Alternative Energy Sources - An Interdisciplinary Module for Energy Education - … the sun's energy -- or solar energy. The wood we burn for heat and the fruits and vegetables we eat come … or pond surfaces or on flexible objects such as trees, flags, and rising smoke plumes. Background: Wind speed can be estimated … vane moves 3 -- gentle breeze (8-12 mph) -- twigs move; flags extended 4 -- moderate breeze (13-18 mph) -- branches move; dust … . CAUTION: Tell the students not to use the lenses to burn holes in paper or start paper on fire. The last …
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  • If You Force It, It Will Move - … of the rope, gloves to decrease the possibility of rope burn and ample non-slip, obstruction-free floor space. Select three … rope forces do not directly determine the motion of the flag, that it's really frictional forces (between the floor and feet/shoes) that determine the motion of the flag. Instructional Tip: In the beginning use a different example to … to painful "rug unbalanced force that may cause the magnitude burn." and/or direction of the velocity of the person to …
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  • The Golden Door: US Immigration Through Ellis Isla - … Door: U.S. Immigration Through Ellis Island Author(s): Jill Burns, Elizabeth Billittier, Margaret Miller, Thomas Schneider Grade Level: 5,6 … previously learned library skills the students will look up the flag and native costumes of an ancestor's country of origin … advanced questions: What are the colors and designs of the flag? Does it have any unique features? Is the native costume … : The students will draw and color a representation of the flags they have researched with the art teacher. They will construct …
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  • Gratitude and the Environment - … people give thanks. The video shows middle school students making flags that represent the people and things for which they are … middle school students discuss why people give thanks, and create flags to symbolize what they are grateful for. They put their feelings into words and display their flags around their school for all to see. In doing so … , who learned about the toxins produced by the local coal-burning power plant and helped create an interactive online map that …
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  • Flying Against the Wind - … earlier: "Those who burn books soon burn people." He foreshadows Nazi actions of burning books by Jewish authors, and, later burning the bodies of … emergent nation of East Timor to compete under the Olympic flag. Now the Olympic movement faces another challenge with the decision … for "re-education." b. in danger of having their house burned down. c. bothered by threats in the mail. d. complying …
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  • Thou Dost Protest - … , unison, rampaged, bystander Extension Activities: 1. This article mentions the burning of an "effigy." Research the history of the effigy and … that overturned the conviction of Gregory Lee Johnson for burning the American flag in violation of a Texas law as a starting … . Science- Study the environmental effects of organized protests. How do burning tires, for example, affect the air the protesters breathe? Make …
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  • From Galleys to Galleries - … attempt on Ronald Reagan and the raising of the American flag at Iwo Jima, captured historical moments, while others, like the … choices, like Shepard Fairey did when he omitted the American flag from the background of the Obama photo, but worked the … Photojournalistic Confession A look at the practices of "dodging" and "burning" photos to enhance them, and how they violate photojournalistic ethics …
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  • Freedom - … . This story was partly inspired by the silhouettes of people burned by the bomb onto buildings and streets in Hiroshima. First … his plays. http://www.webenglishteacher.com/miller.html Miscellaneous National Flags Newspapers Magna Carta Australian Constitution American Bill of Rights Various national flags use colour to symbolise freedom. Other flags are seen as symbols of freedom. For …
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