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A copy of an excerpt from the magazine article “An Indian's Views of Indian Affairs”
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Grade level: 6-8 subject area: World History creditGrade level: 6-8 subject area: World History credit
Jay Lamb, world history and religion teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia; Sandy Lamb, social studies teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School
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Lesson Title: Nelson Mandela, César E. Chávez, and Nonviolence Grade LevelLesson Title: Nelson Mandela, César E. Chávez, and Nonviolence Grade Level
Students analyze the instances of nation building in the contemporary world in Africa
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Introduction and biographyIntroduction and biography
Lord of the Flies is set at a vague point in the future during an atomic war. A planeload of British schoolchildren is shot down and marooned on a deserted island. There are no adults present
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Masaryk UniversityMasaryk University
In consequence, this effectively destroyed sense of nationality and unity among the slaves, leaving them to search for a brand new identity that would encompass their community
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Grade level: 9-12 subject area: U. S. History creditGrade level: 9-12 subject area: U. S. History credit
General Washington—the general and the president—was formed to some extent by the man's early military experiences
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Introduction to aeronautics: a design perspectiveIntroduction to aeronautics: a design perspective
Isn’t it astonishing that all these secrets have been preserved for so many years just so that we could discover them!!”
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Wilmette, Illinois. The main objectives that we will be using from this unit include: The student will be able to: “Identify cultural institutions, places, and events that help(ed)
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1. The diagram summarises the pathways by which blood glucose concentration and body temperature are controlled. (a) Complete the table to show the location of the receptors and the response of the effectors in these pathways. Stimulus1. The diagram summarises the pathways by which blood glucose concentration and body temperature are controlled. (a) Complete the table to show the location of the receptors and the response of the effectors in these pathways. Stimulus
A complete the table to show the location of the receptors and the response of the effectors in these pathways
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By: Mark Riggins; June 28, 2007 Western Boone Jr./Sr. High School; Thorntown, in estimated SessionsBy: Mark Riggins; June 28, 2007 Western Boone Jr./Sr. High School; Thorntown, in estimated Sessions
Purpose : To have students revisit the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki over fifty later and to show how the affects of the bombings are still impacting lives and foreign relations
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Soap Casting for the Elementary/Middle School ClassroomSoap Casting for the Elementary/Middle School Classroom
Ets1-1: People’s needs and wants change over time, as do their demands for new and improved technologies
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April 2013 Teacher\April 2013 Teacher's Guide Table of Contents
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