Lessons for Humanism

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  • Activity 11: Icebreakers And Introductions - … way of introducing something important about them. Human Rights Squares: Give participants copies of "Human Rights Squares," a grid of sixteen squares … for a variety of human rights topics. Sample questions: Name a human right. Name an organization that works for human rights. What type … a film about human rights. Name a country where the human rights situation has recently improved. Source: David Shiman, Teaching Human Rights. (Denver …
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  • I Now Pronounce You...Same-Sex Marriage Legislation - … advisors, making recommendations to the Vermont legislature based upon international human rights practices and the current regulations of other nations. MATERIALS … 3: International Recognition of Same-Sex Relationships Universal Declaration of Human Rights OBJECTIVES To understand the recent Vermont decision and the … from the era of racial segregation; The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and just practices within the context of international humanitarian …
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  • And the Rains Came Down - … environmental health. Altering the environment affects all life forms - including humans - and the interrelationships that link them. Connection to the Curriculum … . Standard 12: Predict the short and long term effects of human activity on the physical environment. Geographic Skills Acquiring geographic information … environment in a South American rainforest affect life forms including humans and the interrelationships that link them? Secondary Questions How much …
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  • Where, Oh Where are the Resources? - … 14: Identify changes over time in an ecosystem resulting from human intervention. Geographic Skills Explain how the characteristics of different physical environments affect human activities. Describe and analyze world patterns of resource distribution and … these areas. Primary Geographic Question How have latitudinal environments affected human development and culture? Secondary Questions How has the modern definition …
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  • For Pete's Sake - … the physical and human characteristics of place. Benchmarks: Knows the human characteristics of places; Knows how technology shapes the human and physical characteristics … : Knows how cultures influence the characteristics of regions; Understands how human characteristics make specific regions of the world distinctive Geography Standard … features have led to changes in human societies; Understands the ways in which physical and human features have influenced the evolution of …
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  • We Think, Therefore We Move - … "Monkey's Thoughts Propel Robot, a Step That May Help Humans" (http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/featured_articles/20080115tuesday.html), focusing … answer all questions and technology cannot solve all human problems or meet all human needs; Knows ways in which technology has influenced … throughout history, diverse cultures have developed scientific ideas and solved human problems through technology; Understands that individuals and teams contribute to …
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  • Itty Bitty Witties - … transmission of culture Geography Standard 4- Understands the physical and human characteristics of place. Benchmarks: Knows the physical characteristics of places … Standard 1- Understands that group and cultural influences contribute to human development, identity, and behavior. Benchmarks: Understands that cultural beliefs strongly … cross-cultural understanding Geography Standard 4- Understands the physical and human characteristics of place. Benchmarks: Knows how social, cultural, and economic …
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  • Project Haiti: Holding a Teach-In - … questions, guiding questions and Times resources in five categories: infrastructure, human toll, history and demographics, aid and international response, and media … . Understands that interactions among learning, inheritance, and physical development affect human behavior 4. Understands conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among individuals, groups … , Environment and Society, Fine Arts, Geography, Global Economics, Global History, Human Rights, Individual Rights, Journalism, Journalistic Writing, Language Arts, Lesson Plans …
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  • It's Up In the Air! - … ecosystem from birth to death Geography Standard 14- Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmarks: Understands the environmental consequences … the effects of both physical and human changes in ecosystems Geography Standard 14- Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmark: Understands the global impacts of human changes in the physical environment Geography Standard 18- Understands global …
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  • Waste Not, Want Not - … Content Standards: Grades 6-8 Geography Standard 14 - Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmarks: Understands the environmental consequences … the unintended and intended outcomes of major technological changes in human history Geography Standard 18 - Understands global development and environmental issues. Benchmarks: Understands how the interaction between physical and human systems affects current conditions on Earth; Understands the possible impact …
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