Lessons for Humanism

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  • International Human Rights Day - … , Professor Lowitja O'Donoghue gave the Third Annual Human Rights Oration entitled Grass roots human rights: beyond symbolism at the Victorian Equal … 'Donoghue AM CBE RNW Lessons Grass roots human rights United Nations International Declaration of Human Rights (1947) Relevant websites to visit United … United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Information for Students Global Education Human Rights Date: 31 October …
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  • The Human Genome Project - … to medicine. They also learn about genetic variation among humans and between humans and other species. Finally, they assess what they have … similarity in the genetic code among humans and between humans and other species Learn how the Human Genome Project can contribute to curing … Facts HTML Document HIV Immunity HIV Immunity QuickTime Video Human Genome Project Human Genome Project QuickTime Video Sequence for Yourself Sequence for …
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  • Windows and Mirrors Examining Pictures Through a Human Rights Lens - … : All ages Links: An effective follow-up to Activity 1, Human Beings/Human Rights. Procedure PART A: Considering a Picture 1. Individually … understanding of human rights? Does the picture encourage an appreciation of human dignity? What does human dignity have to do with human rights? Why … collection of pictures, what statements can you make about human dignity? About human rights? 2. Try to group certain pictures together into …
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  • Activity 18 - Taking the Human Rights Temperature of Your School - … group take to create a more humane and just environment where human rights values are promoted and human rights behaviors practiced? 5. Review … to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. When discrimination … of principles found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Directions Take the human rights temperature of your school. Read each statement …
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  • Whole Child - Session 2 - … Roots: Parents, communities, and governments that work for and support human rights for children support the "best interests of the child … and physical abilities to their fullest potential" and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. They prepare the child for "life … everyone in this class has their human rights respected here because we'll have our Human Rights Agreement to remind us. Remember …
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  • Taking Human Rights Temperature of Your School - … group take to create a more humane and just environment where human rights values are promoted and human rights behaviors practiced? 4. Review … to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. When discrimination … found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it is more helpful in assessing the human rights temperature in your school community …
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  • The First Artists - … . For students who already have a clear understanding of early humans and can distinguish between groups on different continents, provide additional … inventions) and science (archaeology, anthropology and the study of early humans). Materials and Resources: The inclusion of a specific resource and … mountain goats, are found most often. Few humans were shown, but sometimes a part-human, part-animal figure was depicted. This could …
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  • Desperate Times Call for ... Liberal Arts? - … that the humanities don't? -How would the school experience be different without the humanities? -Why might the value of humanities be questioned … Schools Colleges and Universities OTHER RESOURCES: National Endowment for the Humanities Humanities-Interactive Interactive exhibits, games, and lessons from the Texas Council … - Understands that interactions among learning, inheritance, and physical development affect human behavior Language Arts Standard 1- Demonstrates competence in the general …
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  • Water, Water, Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink - … to water, and how can these disasters affect humans? e. How has human use of water biologically and geographically changed the earth … related to water, and how can these disasters affect humans? - How has human use of water biologically and geographically changed the earth … answer all questions and technology cannot solve all human problems or meet all human needs; Knows ways in which technology has influenced …
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  • World Consumption: Unequal Slices of the Pie - … then looking at other countries categorized as "high human development," "medium human development," and "low human development." By analyzing these statistics, what information … , students can label each country as "high human development," "medium human development," and "low human development" by assigning each of these categories a … .htm) . For more information about the concept of human development, the HDI, the Human Poverty Index (HPI), and the Gender Empowerment Measure …
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