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  • Freak-Genomics - … all modern humans can trace their lineage back to a single common ancestor (or group of common ancestors) in Africa that lived … indicated that interbreeding must have occurred. Comparisons of Neanderthal and modern human mitochondrial DNA does not appear to indicate interbreeding, while … of at least some interbreeding between Neanderthals and modern humans. When Neanderthals existed, they lived exclusively in Europe, Asia, and the Middle …
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  • Famous Failures - … Industrial Revolution to the Present 14. Trace events of the modern Civil Rights Movement from post-World War II to 1970 … Present10. Describe the impact of World War II on the lives of American citizens, including wartime economic measures, population shifts, growth … : The Industrial Revolution to the Present14. Trace events of the modern Civil Rights Movement from post-World War II to 1970 …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … all modern humans can trace their lineage back to a single common ancestor (or group of common ancestors) in Africa that lived … indicated that interbreeding must have occurred. Comparisons of Neanderthal and modern human mitochondrial DNA does not appear to indicate interbreeding, while … of at least some interbreeding between Neanderthals and modern humans. When Neanderthals existed, they lived exclusively in Europe, Asia, and the Middle …
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  • "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes - … text. [RL.8.2] ELA2015(8) 8. Analyze how a modern work of fiction draws on themes, patterns of events, or … discussion to observe whether they are making connections between their lives and interests and the characters and events of the story … text. [RL.8.2] ELA2015(8) 8. Analyze how a modern work of fiction draws on themes, patterns of events, or … text. [RL.8.2] ELA2015(8) 8. Analyze how a modern work of fiction draws on themes, patterns of events, or …
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  • We Built This City: Ancient Architecture in Greece and Rome - … : * United Streaming Video: http://www.unitedstreaming.com/index.cfm Living History Series: Living in Ancient Greece Life in Ancient Rome: Contributions of … compare the ancient games with current sports now included in modern Olympic competition. Technology: 1. Have students plan a PowerPoint presentation … construction site to see how modern roads are built. In making comparisons, students will discover that modern methods of building are actually …
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  • The Middle Ages - … to live in a castle? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of living in a castle? Compare castles with modern homes. Describe the "defense" features of the modern home. 4. Discuss … convenience level? 5. How do the lives of medieval women compare to the lives of modern women? Which jobs and activities are similar …
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  • Modern Europe Research Project: How Changes in Late 20th Century Europe Helped to Shape Our Global Society Today - … , year): page. Di Rado, Alicia. "Trekking through College: Classes Explore Modern Society Using the World of Star Trek." Los Angeles Times … originated, evolved, or somehow affected the lives of Europeans, as well as Americans). Handout #3 Modern Europe Research Project Rubric Topic: INFORMATIVE … The Challenger disaster : tragic space flight by Bredeson, Carmen MEDICINE Modern medicines : the discovery and development of healing drugs by Facklam …
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  • The Struggles Between Something Old and Something New - … how the traditional African cultures studied may be affected by modern society's actions, inventions, and views. Resources / Materials: -student journals … is gaining ground on traditional life in Africa." How might modern thoughts, inventions and actions affect African traditions and outsiders' perceptions … possible to live a "traditional" lifestyle in modern society? Why or why not? - What difficulty might a person who has lived a life …
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  • Modern Visions - … . Interpret an example of modern art; demonstrate understanding of the definition of "modernism." 2. Examine how different modern art movements reflect various aspects … 's definition of modernism? d. What different forms of modern art are shown at this exhibit, and how does modernism transcend these different … discuss in class. Geography- Learn about regional art where you live. Invite a folk artist to speak to your class about …
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  • Sold! - … "Dolls as Role Models, Neither Barbie Nor Britney." 3. Research modern objects and interiors; design an item for a Zemaitis auction … James Zemaitis to design an item for Sotheby's upcoming 'Living Artists' auction." In pairs, students can browse the Cooper-Hewitt … -the estimated value Catalogue pages should be detailed, sleek, and modern looking, replicating the catalogues described in the article as much …
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