Subcategories

Lessons for Modern Living

Page 2 of 1000 results

  • It's Greek to Me - … living repository of genetic, physiological, isotopic, and biogeochemical information on the co-evolution of a planet and the only known biosphere, modernliving repository of genetic, physiological, isotopic, and biogeochemical information on the co-evolution of a planet and the only known biosphere, modernliving repository of genetic, physiological, isotopic, and biogeochemical information on the co-evolution of a planet and the only known biosphere, modern
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • New Tribe Found in Amazon Rainforest - … often. Make mini-presentations to other groups on your findings. MODERN LIFE DISCUSSION STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these … partner(s) in the next lesson. 3. MODERN LIFE: Make a poster about modern life and the things that are wrong with it. Compare our life with the life of people who live in … your country. It is his/her first experience of the modern world. Include an imaginary interview with him/her. Include questions …
    User Rating: Grade Level: , ESL
  • Echange of Goods and Ideas Along the Silk Roads - … porcelain were three of the most sophisticated products of pre-modern technology. Silk and porcelain were luxuries whose beauty delighted people … at phenomena such as eclipses and supernovae through both (modern) Western and (pre-modern) Chinese eyes. Context: Science and medicine in Islam … . Application: How does modern astronomy, with its use of satellites and other advanced technology, affect people’s everyday lives? The class can …
    User Rating:
  • The Genesis Project - A New Life Convention - … .) and information card which shows the relationship between prehistoric and modern animals' skeletal systems. Adaptations Resources Case Study - Grade 5 9 … any differences you notice between the prehistoric and four modern skeletons. Prehistoric Skeleton Modern Skeletons Similarities 1. 1. 2. 3. 3. 1 … diagram Modern Animals skeletal diagrams Source: http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/lr001782.html Case Study Improvement Plan for Healthy Living
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • The Historiography on Robert Boyle: was Boyle the progenitor of modern science? - … 'chymist' - some of his 'chymical' activities have potential counterparts in modern chemistry, while others continue older traditions. Both activities fell unproblematically … the conceptual, methodological and institutional foundations of modern science were first established. Boyle lived and worked in the key phase of the … of the Philosopher's Stone. In modern times, alchemy (because it is no longer practised by modern scientists) has been treated with …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Draw T. Rex - … of modern animals to reconstruct what an ancient animal, a Tyrannosaurus rex (T. rex), may have looked like when it was living … . You might want the students to describe the scales that modern reptiles have. Many reptiles have combinations of different scale patterns … students what patterns they may have seen on modern reptiles in picture books. Many modern animals have patterns in order to blend …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-12
  • The First Artists - … tells us about how early humans lived and why they made art. In learning about early modern humans and their art, students … -faced suns? * Did students include uncharacteristic details such as eyelashes, modern clothing or facial expressions? 2 The First Artists - Grade Six … place of copies. The third is information about lives and art of early modern humans. Library books with cave art information written …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • The Graham-Applegate Rancheria - … conclusions about how the Indians at the Graham-Applegate site lived. Write the conclusions on the transparency. Assessment: Have the students … longer? Tools made from micro-cores or the modern inventions? Why? The modern tools would last longer if they were made of … , an earth oven with hot rocks or the modern invention? Why? The modern inventions cook food much more quickly and require much …
    User Rating:
  • The First Artists - … tells us about how early humans lived and why they made art. In learning about early modern humans and their art, students … -faced suns? Did students include uncharacteristic details such as eyelashes, modern clothing or facial expressions? 2 The First Artists Grade Six … place of copies. The third is information about lives and art of early modern humans. Library books with cave art information written …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Location, Location, Location - … the clues, predict where modern-day Egyptians live. Explain your reasoning. d. Using a world atlas, check a modern population map of Egypt … correct, explain why modern Egyptians live where they do. e. Use all the clues to predict the routes that modern Egyptians use to … . 14. Examine a transportation map of modern Greece. a. Describe the network of highways in modern Greece. b. How do the geographic …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.