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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The American Media’s Portrayal of Foreign Events And Its Impact on Foreign PolicyThe American Media’s Portrayal of Foreign Events And Its Impact on Foreign Policy
An example would be if a bomb explodes in a foreign country, the number of Americans who were injured or killed always headlines the story, and often the distance to the American embassy will be a crucial factor
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Lesson Name a political or Social Hero? – A structured Academic Controversy (sac) with Joshua L. Chamberlain AuthorsLesson Name a political or Social Hero? – A structured Academic Controversy (sac) with Joshua L. Chamberlain Authors
A political or Social Hero? – A structured Academic Controversy (sac) with Joshua L. Chamberlain
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English Language Arts Making a New NationEnglish Language Arts Making a New Nation
American Revolution. Using information from the texts, students will continue writing opinion pieces with a clear, logical structure and effective transitions linking opinions and reasons. Approximate Duration-5 weeks
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Arizona college and career readyArizona college and career ready
English Language Arts/Literacy in History, Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
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5th Grade Social Studies Unit: Native American and Early European Explorers In this unit5th Grade Social Studies Unit: Native American and Early European Explorers In this unit
Research a cultural narrative and explain its significance to the particular culture of study
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Nys social Studies Standard World HistoryNys social Studies Standard World History
And turning points in world history and examine the broad sweep of history from a variety of perspectives
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The Story of Bonnie and Clyde: Heroes or Criminals? Unit PlanThe Story of Bonnie and Clyde: Heroes or Criminals? Unit Plan
Ballad written by Bonnie. I will be using them in two lessons to have the students look at two perspectives of the same event and have them assess the different interpretations
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Jennifer Rafferty Prof. LizotteJennifer Rafferty Prof. Lizotte
Although most medieval stories about the character behave in a similar way, there are two stories that use quite a different angle. It is my belief that the author of "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" deliberately used these tales to contrast
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Action to be consideredAction to be considered
It should also be used, where appropriate, with the checklists for judicial interim release procedure (C-2), sentencing procedure (C-3), and impaired/over-80 trial examination of witnesses (C-4). It does not include procedure for appeals
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Whose Perspective? A bibliography of Sample Resources By Harriet Adams, Prairie Lakes aea a presentation at the T. I. C. L conference, Storm Lake bvu june 16, 2014Whose Perspective? A bibliography of Sample Resources By Harriet Adams, Prairie Lakes aea a presentation at the T. I. C. L conference, Storm Lake bvu june 16, 2014
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Chapter 6 Socioemotional Development in Early Childhood Initiative Versus GuiltChapter 6 Socioemotional Development in Early Childhood Initiative Versus Guilt
By age 5 most children show a growing awareness of the need to manage emotions according to social standards
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Journalism in the English Civil War Political crisis and the origins of public opinionJournalism in the English Civil War Political crisis and the origins of public opinion
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Propaganda Student Handout Types of PropagandaPropaganda Student Handout Types of Propaganda
There are many techniques commonly used in the dissemination of propaganda. Use this handout to help you identify different types of propaganda throughout Cold War
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Grade Level: Fifth Time Required: 60 minutes MaterialsGrade Level: Fifth Time Required: 60 minutes Materials
2 Use case studies of individual explorers and stories of life in Europe to compare the goals, obstacles, motivations, and consequences for European exploration and colonization of the Americas
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