Lessons for Humanism

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  • The Chemistry of Lead - … with other substances, and how is it harmful to the human body? Overview: In this introductory chemistry lesson, students will develop … how it interacts with absorption of other important metals into human body systems. This lesson was designed to be completed during … why and how these forms are toxic to the human body.  How might humans be exposed to these various forms?  What might … .ppt), who investigates how lead disrupts protein function in the human body.   You might want to expand upon the last few …
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  • TECH ED: Gene Therapy - Biotechnology (HST) - … the nitrogen bases found in the 46 human chromosomes. This effort is known as the Human Genome Project. The research has determined … about. Human Genome Sequencing information @ www.ncbi.nih.gov Information on human genome sequencing provided by the National Institutes of Health. Human Genome Sequencing Information @ www.cshl.org Information on human genome sequencing provided by the labs …
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  • Indigenous Children - … , Collaboration, Civil Society, Humanitarian Agencies, NGOs (non-governmental organizations), Geography Human Rights. IV. Individual Development and Identity Economics V. Individuals, Groups … legally binding international instrument to incorporate a full range of human rights such as civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights … that the development process fosters full respect for the dignity, human rights, and uniqueness of indigenous peoples. http://web.worldbank.org …
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  • Conserving Marine Life - … change. The student is expected to: A. analyze and discuss human influences on an aquatic environment including fishing, transportation, and recreation … specified marine organism and the effects it has on humans. List four ways humans have or are currently threatening the population of … marine life in endangered life. situations that were influenced by humans. Questions: Expected Student Response: Has anyone heard of Lonesome George …
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  • There'S Gold in Them Thar Ratios - … his numbers occurring in nature, art, music, architecture and the human body. Students will investigate the golden ratio relationship found in … and golden triangles. 3. identify the golden ratio in the human body. 4. find the Fibonacci numbers in nature. 5. investigate … characters that they will measure. Three must be animals given human characteristics; three must be normal looking characters that look like …
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  • Hazardous Humans - … environment, oceans, science Overview The students will investigate the impact humans have had on the ocean environment. They will use the … view. analyze and interpret scientific information about the impact of humans on oceans. This lesson addresses Va. SOLs Science. 5.6 … does this photograph say to you about the relationship between humans and ocean organisms? Create an analogy to illustrate your point …
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  • A Human Rights Tree - … cooperatively to create an image that helps to define human rights and human needs. Time: 30+ minutes Materials: Art supplies, chart paper … Links: A good follow-up or alternative to Activity 1, Human Beings/Human Rights Procedure 1. Ask participants, working in small groups … , leaves, and branches with articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and write the number of the article next to …
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  • Mapping Human Rights In Our Community - … , ask participants to analyze their maps from a human rights perspective. What human rights do they associate with different places on their … are violated? What happens in this community when someone s human rights are violated? Are there any places in this community where people take action to protect human rights or prevent violations from occurring? Adaptations 1. For Young …
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  • Giving Human Rights a Human Face - … : Giving Human Rights a Human Face Overview Participants produce a creative expression of an article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR … also create posters to serve as reminders for creating a human rights environment or community. Time: Variable Materials: Copies of the … that remind everyone that the workplace or school is a "human rights community." Where special problems exist, these posters could serve …
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  • Stories of Students Who Took Action - … Action Overview Students read and discuss case stories of young human rights advocates. They then consider what problems exist in their community or school and relate them to human rights principles. They role play these problems and possible solutions … problems could be affected by students taking action? What specific human rights are involved in the problems that students might address …
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