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Delaware Recommended CurriculumDelaware Recommended Curriculum
This unit has been created as an exemplary model for teachers in (re)design of course curricula. An exemplary model unit has undergone a rigorous peer review and jurying process to ensure alignment to selected Delaware Content Standards
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Paradigm, Vol. 2, No. 6 (August, 2003) a comparison of the development, organization, management and preservation of old school book collections in New Zealand and the United StatesParadigm, Vol. 2, No. 6 (August, 2003) a comparison of the development, organization, management and preservation of old school book collections in New Zealand and the United States
Rongest arguments for preserving these materials that reflect the social values and educational practices of each society. The production of materials used in the primary and secondary classroom, which differed in each country
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During this unit studentsDuring this unit students
This unit bundles student expectations that address the Articles of Confederation, the need for a new constitution, the Constitutional Convention
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Chinese Immigration to America (1830-1851)Chinese Immigration to America (1830-1851)
There are multiple push factors that encouraged the Chinese immigrants to leave China, many pull factors that must have enticed the Chinese to America versus other lands
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Lesson Plan Format note: October 8– Try to do items in yellow – but you will not be graded on these at this timeLesson Plan Format note: October 8– Try to do items in yellow – but you will not be graded on these at this time
Note: October 8– Try to do items in yellow – but you will not be graded on these at this time
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Ben Franklin: The World Stage Diplomacy and the American RevolutionBen Franklin: The World Stage Diplomacy and the American Revolution
Describe the views, lives, and impact of key individuals during this period
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Books: Books from the Library or from the MarketplaceBooks: Books from the Library or from the Marketplace
Knowledge of core factual data including major Heritage and Cultural Tourism trends, figures, concepts, and events
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Unit Title: Interpreting the Past – The Case of the “Bloody Massacre” Designed by: Fran O’Malley Director, Delaware Social Studies Education ProjectUnit Title: Interpreting the Past – The Case of the “Bloody Massacre” Designed by: Fran O’Malley Director, Delaware Social Studies Education Project
This unit has been created as an exemplary model for teachers in (re)design of course curricula. An exemplary model unit has undergone a rigorous peer review and jurying process to ensure alignment to selected Delaware Content Standards
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Immigration to MarsImmigration to Mars
Canada. After looking at Canada’s policies, you can decide whether you want to adopt the same ideas, adapt Canadian immigration laws, or start from scratch and reject the Canadian system altogether
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Summer 2010 June 7- july 13Summer 2010 June 7- july 13
Read the syllabus several times; watch the Lessons tab, course home page, calendar, announcements, etc for assignments, reminders, and deadlines
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Mythology: it’s greek to me lesson 1: The Greek Creation Myth MaterialsMythology: it’s greek to me lesson 1: The Greek Creation Myth Materials
Materials: Greek Creation Myth (below); copies of tiered assignments cut out and placed on colored paper
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History 240 / Sec. 001: introduction to public historyHistory 240 / Sec. 001: introduction to public history
James B. Gardner and Peter S. LaPaglia, eds., Public History: An Introduction (2nd ed.; Malabar, Fla.: Krieger, 2004), Rose T. Diaz and Andrew B. Russell, “Oral Historians: Community Oral History and the Cooperative Ideal,” 203-216
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Industry Training Demand ProfileIndustry Training Demand Profile
Industry Advisory Arrangements; they may include data or information which have not been otherwise verified, and they should not be interpreted as being the views, intentions or policy of opcet or the Tasmanian Government
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Pols 2401 Global Issues Section 05 tth: 10: 00 am – 11: 15 am Payne Hall 212 Fall 2009Pols 2401 Global Issues Section 05 tth: 10: 00 am – 11: 15 am Payne Hall 212 Fall 2009
Therefore, in addition to providing students with the knowledge on various global issues, making students “information literate” would be a major goal to be accomplished
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Issues in historiography: Telling History through filmIssues in historiography: Telling History through film
Film can provide an accessible means to complex historiographical debates. The figure of Hitler and his role in the Nazi state has been a hotly contested issue in history
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