Lessons for Humanism

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  • Wilderness - … and Properties of Matter C.4e. Human beings live within the world's ecosystems. Increasingly, humans modify ecosystems as a result of population growth, technology and consumption. Human destruction of habitats through direct harvesting, pollution, atmospheric changes, and … changes may be detrimental to humans. 5D.3. Human beings are part of the earth's ecosystems. Human activities can, deliberately or inadvertently …
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  • Protecting Holy Cows - … systems? - What are ways in which humans pollute the land, sky, and water? - Why do humans pollute the earth? - What is a … changes in human history Geography Standard 15- Understands how physical systems affect human systems. Benchmarks: Knows the ways in which human systems develop … and human changes in ecosystems Geography Standard 14- Understands how human actions modify the physical environment. Benchmarks: Understands the role of humans in …
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  • When Human Rights Are Wronged - … reflective essay comparing their declarations to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Author(s): Alison Zimbalist, The New York Times Learning … included in the official document? - What human rights not mentioned in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights would you lobby to have … forces can suppress or take away the rights of humans? - What human rights do you feel are sometimes suppressed in our country …
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  • Replacing Missing Links in the Evolutionary Chain - … of the environment in the development of different human communities; Understands how different human communities expressed their beliefs Geography Standard 17- Understands … and cultural processes that shaped the earliest human communities. Benchmarks: Understands methods by which early human communities are studied and what these … early human communities; Understands physical, social, and cultural characteristics of different human communities; Understands environmental, biological, and cultural influences on early human communities …
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  • One Giant Leap - … "Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of the Human Genome Project" visit the National Human Genome Research Institute's Web site (http://www … a reality today. Using the knowledge imbedded in the human genome, humans are able to manipulate themselves to produce offspring with genetic … throughout history, diverse cultures have developed scientific ideas and solved human problems through technology; Understands the ethical traditions associated with the …
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  • Replicating Controversy - … : 1. Explore possible benefits and drawbacks of human cloning 2. Examine the controversy surrounding human cloning by reading and discussing "Despite Warnings … that "we haven't been able to outlaw human slavery yet, let alone human cloning"? Stage a debate, offering reasons for and … article. "How Human Cloning Will Work" (http://www.howstuffworks.com/human-cloning.htm) is a special page from HowStuffWorks. National Human Genome Research …
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  • The Dawn of Humanity - … enhancing scientific knowledge and public awareness of human evolutionary history. Search for the First Human (http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/case_firsthuman … of the environment in the development of different human communities; Understands how different human communities expressed their beliefs (CTSS - 'social', '6-8 … early human communities; Understands physical, social, and cultural characteristics of different human communities; Understands environmental, biological, and cultural influences on early human communities …
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  • Going the Way the Wind Blows - … /teachers/featured_articles/20041006wednesday.html (one per student) -resources about prehistoric humans (global history textbooks, computers with Internet access) -shoeboxes or other … of the environment in the development of different human communities; Understands how different human communities expressed their beliefs World History Standard 2 … and cultural processes that shaped the earliest human communities. Benchmarks: Understands methods by which early human communities are studied and what these …
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  • The Legal Challenge of Human Rights Protection - … term HUMAN RIGHTS. Have students brainstorm associations with the term. Ask students to consider what human rights entails, how to protect human rights, examples of human rights abuses, etc. Chart responses under … World's Most Wanted Man Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Lawyers Committee for Human Rights Facts on File: War Crimes …
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  • Grass Roots Human Rights - … read Excerpts or Third Annual Human Rights Oration : Grass roots human rights: beyond symbolism. Visit websites which address human rights issues such as … to visit Third Annual Human Rights Oration Amnesty International Australia Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission The Australian Human Rights Centre Department of … Australia Edmund Rice Centre Copyright Acknowledgement Third Annual Human Rights Oration: Grass roots human rights: beyond symbolism Professor Lowitja O'Donoghue Victorian …
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