NH Historical Society - Lesson Plans lesson plans. Journal of the Society for Industrial archeology, 20 (1 and 2, 1994). Thisis an adaptation of a lesson created by Charles Downie and Susan Leclerc http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/lessonplans/lesson6industrialnh.html
Extractions: Lesson Plans Topic Development of Industrial New Hampshire Focus Question Boundaries X Technology and Science X Natural Environment and People Nongovernmental Groups X Cultures, Races and Ethnic Groups Material Wants and Needs Politics Self-Expression Era Beginnings to 1623 Different Worlds Meet Colonization and Settlement Revolution and the New Nation Expansion and Reform Civil War and Reconstruction X Development of the Industrial United States X Emergence of Modern America Great Depression and World War II 1945-early 1970s Postwar United States 1968-present Contemporary United States Social Studies Standards Civics and Government 3, 4; Economics 7, 8, 9; Geography 11, 13, 14, 15 Grade Level Elementary High School Middle/High School X Middle Elementary/Middle All What Students Learn Procedures This unit consists of five projects (see accompanying list of suggested materials). Links to outside web sites are provided for the convenience of New Hampshire educators and students. The New Hampshire Historical Society is not responsible for content once you leave our site. 1. Students working with research teams write a report with accompanying bibliography (see the accompanying sheet for a suggested timeline for this part of the project). Their first step is to brainstorm with their group what they already know about the topic and what they would like to learn. After the brainstorming session, students write a paragraph explaining what they want to find out and why.
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Spring 1999 Lesson Plans Pat Pottery Brusher an archeology professor from the local university who hasresearched archeological sites of Indian fishing camps along the river. http://www.montanaeeassociation.com/lessonplans/winter99/dam.html
Archeology Division cross reference by skills and strategies. The lesson plans range frombasic concepts to processes and issues in archeology. page 2. http://www.nebraskahistory.org/museum/teachers/material/catalog/archeo.htm
Extractions: NSHS Home Museum/Historic Sites Education page 1 The mission of the Archeology Division is to preserve, enhance, explore, and interpret Nebraska's archeological resources for the benefit of the public and the advancement of science. The division is the clearinghouse for archeological activity and records throughout the state and maintains a master file of all archeological sites discovered and projects conducted by Society staff and archeologists from other institutions. Contact: Rob Bozell, Associate Director for Archeology Office hours: 9-4:30, Monday-Friday Phone: 402/471-4760 in Lincoln or 1-800-833-6747, Archeology Fax: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address: Nebraska State Historical Society Archeology Division P. O. Box 82554 Lincoln, NE 68501-2554 Street Address: Museum of Nebraska History 15th and P Streets, Lincoln Staff are available to identify artifacts with respect to age, function, and tribal affiliation. It is not uncommon that all archeologists are in the field, so please call in advance of your visit to have artifacts identified. We are also pleased to provide information on the archeology of a county or region of the state. Resources available to you in the archeology office include inventories of archeological artifacts and sites and published articles related to archeology. The archeology division can also provide a listing of archeological sites without their legal description. Specific legal descriptions or locations of archeological sites are not made public due to problems with vandalism and trespassing. Site locations are provided for Indian tribes and cultural resource managers working on behalf of public agencies.
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Regional Educational Media Center - 13 Ancient History Excellent collection of lesson plans for all ages in the areasof archeology, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome and Ancient China. http://remc13.org/learning/lessons.html
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Resources Texas Almanac. Texas Beyond History. Texas archeology related lesson plans andunit studies. Texas Beyond History. Texas Education Agency. Texas Indians. http://www.homeedsa.com/Resources/ResourcesBrowse.asp?Cat= 25
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Extractions: Search this site. TEACHER'S LOUNGE If you find sites that you would like to see included in our on-line Teacher's Lounge please email the URL to submit@AmericaTakingAction.com Xpeditions features an interactive geography museum with exhibits keyed to the National Geography Standards, a collection of standards-based lesson plans, special interactive Family Xpeditions, Blue Ribbon Links to outstanding geography sites, resources for teachers and parents and a global atlas of outline maps specially designed for print out. Mr. Kash's History Page A history teacher at Madison Middle School has designed this page to be used by history students and teachers interested in exploring the Internet as part of their studies. History/Social Studies Lesson Plans Ancient History Lesson Plans USGS: What Do Maps Show Social Studies Lesson Plans and Resources ... Western Civilization - A saga of pride and prejudice, peace and war Encyclopedia Mythica - includes lists of over 5700 articles, 300 illustrations, maps, genealogy tables, and much more. Greek Mythology for 2nd grade The Greeks - Crucible of Civilization Timeline of the Bible Discovery School's A-to-Z History ... USHistory.org
Social Studies entire section deals with maps. Also, audio archives, historical archeology,and others. Some of the sites include lesson plans, . http://www.csudh.edu/soe/faculty/pt3/social.html
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Extractions: Bill Beaty has created one of the most unique science-related sites on the web. If youre interested in what other amateur scientists are talking about, then this is the site for you. Bill scans the web looking for great sites to feature in his "Site of the Month" section. The links to "Kids Science Projects" seem almost endless. Before your students begin designing their science projects, be sure to visit Amateur Science. The Annenberg /CPB Project supports this site, which features this amusement park exhibit where they ask, "What are the forces behind the fun?" How many time have you stood at the foot of an amusement park ride and asked yourself, "How can it do that?" This site will help answer all of your questions about the physics of amusement park rides. The site is very interactive with animations that demonstrate many of the physics principles presented here. Dont visit another amusement park without first checking out this site.
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Archeology Discipline Search lesson plans Other Resources Library Resources Programs and ProjectsUS Dept. of Education Suggest a Site. About archeology. archeology Net. http://www.targetmarketing.org/course/disciplines/sci/arch.htm
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Extractions: Instructional Materials in the Environment Below are the CLN "Theme Pages" which focus on specific topics within the study of the Environment. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. Air Quality Theme Page Biomes Theme Pages Antarctic Theme Page Temperate Forests Theme Page ... Water Quality Theme Page General Environment Resources Here are a number of links to other Internet resources which contain information and/or other links related to the study of the Environment. Please read our Animal Habitats and Destruction or Loss of Habitat A four week teaching unit from the Core Knowledge web site for primary students. Lesson topics are: Exploring Schoolyard Habitats, Saltwater Habitats, Freshwater Habitats (Wetland Habitats), Underground Habitats, Forest Habitats, Desert Habitats, Polar Habitats, Grassland Habitats, and Loss of Animal Habitats. Animal Tracks On-Line The National Wildlife Federation provides this collection of environmental education lessons and activities. Resources are divided into five categories: air, habitat, people and the environment, wildlife and endangered species, and water. Each section includes an introduction, general background information, fun facts,and a glossary of terms and classroom activities.
Apollo Lunar Module - Teacher Webliography Teacher Resources lesson plans Teacher Resources. address the Moon and the Earth/Moonsystem directly (Phases of the Moon; Moon archeology; Regolith Formation http://www.fi.edu/pieces/schutte/teacherresources.html
Extractions: Developed by the Stellar Program at NASA Ames Research Center and Lawrence Hall of Science. Activity Modules can be selected by topic or grade level. Included are astronaut training, planetary geology and microgravity, as well as other space topics. Modules include handouts, transparency masters and lessons you can print from your web browser.