Lessons for Humanism

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  • Being Human - … this resource! Being Human Using segments from the PBS program The Human Spark, students explore the question "What makes us human?" Lesson Summary … %of its genetic makeup being the same as in humans. Explain that humans andchimpanzees also share a common ancestor. 2. Let students … believes are similarities and differencesbetween the ways humans and chimpanzees think. 4. Play the Human vs. Chimp Thinking Video. After playing the …
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  • Social Skills - … evolutionary advancement on individual attributes like speed orstrength, humans' greatest evolutionary assets are other humans, with whom wecooperate to accomplish things - the … : what are the similarities anddifferences in learning methods between human children and orangutans? (Humans learn by observing and imitating others - especiallyif the … ? (Accept all answers.) Ask students if they think humans would ever have become humans in the first place if they always did …
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  • 1918 Flu - … the animals somehow make a transition to become transmissible from human to human. (The first step is to become transmissible from animal … pandemics is when a virus mutates to become transmissible from human to human. The current avian flu virus has so far not … this combination occurs, the viruses can spread easily from human to human. Some avian flu viruses are thought to also infect pigs … foreign viruses can then become established in human populations. In the coming decades, the human population is projected to grow considerably. This …
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  • The Struggle for Human Rights - … and contemporary struggle for human rights in Canada and the world. CIDA development themes: * basic human needs * gender equality * human rights, democracy, and good governance - respect for, and understanding of, human rights * private-sector development … .asp * Amnesty International-http://www.amnesty.org/ * Human Rights Watch-http://www.hrw.org/ * Human Rights Web-http://www.hrweb.org/ * Google …
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  • Capital Investments: Human v. Physical - … their personal level of human capital. KEY CONCEPTS Human Capital, Physical Capital STUDENTS WILL Describe human capital. Explore why human capital gains are beneficial for our economy. Differentiate between human capital … site and read more about Human Capital . RESOURCES 'Human Capital' by Gary Becker: Explores the idea of human capital as a resource. It …
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  • Good or Evil? - … evil. support, in writing, their contention that human nature is good or evil. Keywords human nature, good, evil, philosophy, debate, essay, persuasive … that support the contention that humans are good by nature. Day Three: Human Nature as Evil "So, human nature is evil, right?" Begin … on how laws, family, and religion keep human nature in check; without those devices human beings would revert to their true nature …
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  • Gale Schools - Lesson Plans - Secondary: Science - Global Awareness - … provided in their last article, "The human family tree: 10 Adams and 18 Eves; tracing human history through genetic mutations." The New … v154 n14 p212(1) and "The human family tree: 10 Adams and 18 Eves; tracing human history through genetic mutations." The New … the original ?X? for the origin of humans and then use arrows to show human migration. Then do your best to place … provided in the last article, "The human family tree: 10 Adams and 18 Eves; tracing human history through genetic mutations." The New …
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  • Idaho Public Television NTTI Lesson Plan: Implications of the Human Genome Project - … from the video. Predict the effects that the Human Genome Project will have on human MEDIA COMPONENTS health and medicine. Anticipate the … , letter-by-letter sequence of genetic information that defines human life the human genome. The program: Introduces Celera corporate scientist Craig Venter … the technique used to take DNA from a human cell. Point out that humans have only 2 times the genes of a …
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  • Chromosome Fusion - … common PRINCIPAL CONCEPT ancestor. 1. The evidence that humans have evolved from non-humans is stronger than that for evolution within most … apes are now placed in the same family (hominids) as humans, and humans have been moved into the subfamily "hominins". Click here … on the SANGER GENOME BROWSER The Sanger Institute (Human Genome Browser: e! Ensembl Human), shows the linear arrangement of DNA, with each …
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  • Hominoid Cranium Comparison - … cranial casts from contemporary apes (chimpanzees and gorillas, typically), modern humans and fossil "hominins" (erect and bipedal forms evolutionarily separated from … see the trend from fewer modern human features in the earlier specimens to more modern human features in the later specimens? This … compared as transparencies, or handouts for students.) Nickels, Martin. 1987. "Human evolution: a challenge for biology teachers". The American Biology Teacher …
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