Take a Museum Field Trip Without Leaving Your Classroom! When a field trip is out of the question, journey to a virtual museum! Join Education World as we visit science, art, and history museums around the worldTake a Museum Field Trip Without Leaving Your Classroom! When a field trip is out of the question, journey to a virtual museum! Join Education World as we visit science, art, and history museums around the world
A class field trip to a museum can spark intense student interest as well as nurture thinking skills. But practical concerns, such as money and time, limit the location and number of museums a class can visit
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How the West Was Won, or How it Was Lost? Contrasting Views of the “Closing” of the WestHow the West Was Won, or How it Was Lost? Contrasting Views of the “Closing” of the West
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The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and LegacyThe Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy
Description: An examination of the origins of the Pacific War, the course of this bitter and momentous conflict, and its complex legacy for both Asia and the United States
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Multiracial Sansei: Effects of wwii campsMultiracial Sansei: Effects of wwii camps
Multiracial Sansei may have unique experiences in relation to both intergenerational communication and transmission of culture and racial discrimination that may differentially characterize the intergenerational effects of the camps on ethnic/racial
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Unit: 5 Course: American HistoryUnit: 5 Course: American History
Students will understand that human behavior is impacted by individual and group behavior
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Nyc hotelier Raymond Orteig and “Lucky Lindy” By Stanley Turkel, mhs, ishcNyc hotelier Raymond Orteig and “Lucky Lindy” By Stanley Turkel, mhs, ishc
Lindbergh piloted his plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, 3610 miles between Roosevelt Field on Long Island, New York and Paris, France in 33. 5 hours. With that flight, Lindbergh won the $25
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Appomattox Court House, Virginia On April 9, 1865 Union General Ulysses S. GrantAppomattox Court House, Virginia On April 9, 1865 Union General Ulysses S. Grant
On April 9, 1865 Union General Ulysses S. Grant met with Confederate General Robert E. Lee to discuss the terms of surrender. This ended the Civil War. The formal surrender took place at the home of Wilmer McLean in his parlor
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Mr. Walter ap us history 2 The 50th Anniversary of the end of wwii: The Smithsonian ControversyMr. Walter ap us history 2 The 50th Anniversary of the end of wwii: The Smithsonian Controversy
The Smithsonian, announced a special new exhibit displaying the Enola Gay, the bomber that was used to drop the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima
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Motivation to exploreMotivation to explore
Our goal as teachers is to help guide students through these learning experiences to discover what motivated people to explore new territories or new lands
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Was John D. Rockefeller a Hero or a Villain? A classroom Activity and Argumentative Performance Task for 11thWas John D. Rockefeller a Hero or a Villain? A classroom Activity and Argumentative Performance Task for 11th
Acknowledgements: Ms. Denise Weiner, Private Consultant in collaboration with the University of Delaware’s Professional Development Center for Educators
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Native American Folklore By Robert M. Ruiz August 2, 2005Native American Folklore By Robert M. Ruiz August 2, 2005
Given instruction, students will listen to a Native American folklore tale, view a picture of a mask from the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in Washington D. C., and write their own Folklore Tale about it
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