Lessons for Humanism

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  • Life Systems - … observation and pictures, students will understand that humans change as they grow, changes in humans may differ from other living things (Grade … observation and pictures, students will understand that humans change as they grow, changes in humans may differ from other living things (Grade … , and describe the requirements for good health for humans. – identify major parts of the human body and describe their functions (e.g …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … what we know about the human genome comes from the Human Genome Project. Tell students that the Human Genome Project was an international … also be helpful in tracing the path of human evolution. By comparing modern human DNA and Neanderthal DNA scientists can identify genes … our modern human physical characteristics or knowledge about human evolution. The traces of Neanderthal DNA that do appear in the human genome occur …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … what we know about the human genome comes from the Human Genome Project. Tell students that the Human Genome Project was an international … also be helpful in tracing the path of human evolution. By comparing modern human DNA and Neanderthal DNA scientists can identify genes … our modern human physical characteristics or knowledge about human evolution. The traces of Neanderthal DNA that do appear in the human genome occur …
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  • Roots: The Ancestry of Modern People - … , Eurasia, fossil, gene flow, geographic isolation, hominid, Homo sapiens, human evolution, human species, migration, mitochondrial DNA, natural selection, neurology, paleoanthropology, prehistoric data … world map, illustrate the geographical movements of early humans in the two models of human origins. Label the period and groups that … modern humans. b) Movement of Early Humans Chart the geographical movements of early humans as described in one of the models of human origins …
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  • World Fair? A Global Classroom Unit on Economic Rights - … o o o valuing diversity and defending human rights democracy and good governance basic human needs; human rights, private sector development, infrastructure services … respect for and understanding of human rights o valuing diversity and defending human rights * To CIDA themes: o human rights Brief Overview: This … problems in peaceful ways * To CIDA themes: o basic human needs o human rights o democracy and good governance To global education …
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  • Linking the national geography standards to the indiana national studies guidelines grades k-12 - … provide opportunities for or place constraints on human activities, and how natural hazards affect human activities . 16. Worldwide distribution and use of … should include: location (absolute and relative), place (physical and human characteristics), human-environment interaction (relationships within places), movement (mobility of people, goods … population numbers and patterns and the impact of human migration on physical and human systems . 10. The impact of culture on ways …
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  • Human Needs - … and reduce health risks. Lesson Overview This lesson investigates human needs and how humans adapt to new environments. Students experiment to understand … . t Explain Food and water are essential for human survival. Although the human body usually cannot live more than two weeks without … how space flight and changes in gravity affect the human body. If humans are going to make long-duration space flights, researchers …
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  • The Fight for Human Rights - … take away the rights of humans? - What would you consider a violation of human rights? - What examples of human rights violations can you … nonprofit, nongovernmental organization dedicated to the protection of human rights worldwide, investigating and exposing human rights violations and holding abusers accountable. Learn … International (http://www.amnesty.org/) campaigns for human rights worldwide. The International Center for Human Rights and Democratic Development (http://www.ichrdd …
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  • The Origins of Man - … on current knowledge of human evolution 4. Create maps detailing the movements of human beings since the beginning of humanity. Resources / Materials: -student … do "experts" think human beings originated? - How long ago do they think human beings evolved? - Why do they think human beings left their … of the environment in the development of different human communities; Understands how different human communities expressed their beliefs (CTSS - 'social', '6-8 …
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  • Human Beings / Human Rights - … participants to define what it means to be human and to relate human rights to human needs. Time: 1 hour or 3 separate … relates to human dignity, the wholeness of being human. Everything written around the outline represents what is necessary to human dignity. Human rights are … a human right? When do human rights begin and end? 4. Discuss the relationship between human dignity, human rights, and the concept of "humane treatment …
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