Campfire Stories With George Catlin Catlin's Head Overview In this lesson, students will interpret, elaborate on, andreenact events occurring in figures, to connect the current events of the http://americanart.si.edu/collections/exhibits/catlinclassroom/lessonplans/conte
Extractions: Overview: In this lesson students will learn about the varying attitudes and definitions of land ownership held by Native and European Americans by studying a variety of primary documents from the nineteenth century. They will learn about how various treatiesthe Homestead Act and the Dawes Actaffected both Native and European Americans. Students will discuss these issues in the form of a debate, and will also write journal entries. Overview: In this lesson students will be exposed to the cultural and artistic importance of wampum belts to the Native American tribes that George Catlin encountered on his travels, and the importance of the belts in American history as markers of relations between tribes and the U.S. Government between 1776 and 1878. Students will gain insight into the differing ways in which these cultures expressed ideas, values, and policy through objects, written documents, and oral traditions.
Current Events current events Grade 3 5 This lesson enables students to familiarizethemselves with different nations, their locations, and cultures. http://www.theteachersguide.com/currentevents.htm
Social Studies Lesson Plans And Resources Dr. Marty Levine, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge Category Reference Education K through 12 Technology California State University, Northridge (CSUN), has gathered lesson plans andresources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful. http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/
Extractions: Dr. Marty Levine , Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge (CSUN) , has gathered lesson plans and resources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful. These materials are presented in the table below. Select from the table to go directly to that section. Lesson Plans and Teaching Strategies Online Activities Teaching Current Events Other Social Studies Resources ... What's New This Month This site has been designated a: There have been visitors since Please take a moment to fill out a Professional Status Survey. Send me mail. Marty Levine's email address is: email@example.com
U.S.History Lesson Plans (Page Two) US History lesson plans Modern America Emerges Page Two Harlem Renaissance, US CurrentEvents, Other US Cultures. Roaring 20's, Economics/Money, Wars Actions. http://members.aol.com/MrDonnHistory/2American.html
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Geography Lessons V Contents Science. A Western Kansas Dilemma, 1012, EA Vrabac, Map Usage, WaterRights, current events, History, Math, Writing. Weather Modification http://www.fhsu.edu/kga/lp/5/lpcon5.html
Extractions: Levels* Author Subject If you Give a Farmer Some Water Marilyn Bahney Cooperative Learning, Irrigation, Reeves Cattle Company, Economics, Science Examining Garden City's Growth Bonnie Baker Culture, Feedlot/Meatpacking Plants, Immigration, Populations Growth, Time Lines, Math, Economics, Art/Construction A Simulation of Kansas Water Rights K-5 Melanie Campbell Groundwater, Rainfall, Water Rights, Math, Science Our Water Resources Susan Davidson Aquifers, Groundwater, Pollution, Science The Little Drop That Could LaVerne Engelhardt Conservation, Groundwater, Rainfall, Reeves Cattle Company, Economics, Science Oils Well That Ends Well Don Everhart Aquifers, Pollution, Science A Little Cup Will Do You! Karen Franz Conservation, Math, Science Irrigation in Southwest Kansas C. Darlene Handlin Aquifers, Cooperative Learning, Feedlot/Meatpacking Plants, Irrigation Aquifer in a Bottle Michael Janzen Aquifers, Water Quality, Science
TeacherSource | PBS PBS Parents Talking to Kids About War and Violence Learn more about howyou can help kids deal with frightening events at home and abroad. http://www.pbs.org/hplink/redir/teachersource/
School And Community Safety Programs (planning, coping, healing); What's Going On? (FAQ's about current eventsand other resources); Teaching Resources (for the classroom and community); http://www.neahin.org/programs/schoolsafety/
Extractions: Welcome to the NEA HIN School and Community Safety Site On this site you will find important information about gun safety issues, crisis management, homeland security and the war on terrorism. We invite you to return often to this site as we will be constantly updating it to bring you a wealth of resources that you can use for yourself, your students, your family and your community.
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Extractions: FOR THE WEEK OF APR 07, 2003 For the United States, the immediate goal in Iraq is to win the war. To do that, the U.S. must find a way to fulfill its promises to provide relief materials like food, water and medicine to Iraqi people left without such necessities because of the conflict. President Bush has vowed that Iraqis will get the aid they need, but drawn-out fighting and bad weather have slowed the process. Other delays have resulted from disagreements over who will be in charge of the relief effort. The United Nations, which has handled relief efforts in other conflicts, does not support the war in Iraq, and does not want to work under the U.S. military on the Iraq relief effort.