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American History Teachers' Collaborative Lesson Plan: Social Movements: Through the Public's Eye. Lesson 2: Propaganda from the Late 19th / Early 20th CenturyBy: Tina Gersdorf, M.Ed. 2010 Fellowship Tennessee State Library and Archives(2 – 3 days) Abstract Students will be introduced to propaganda from the Temperance, Suffrage, and Abolition Movements.

American History Teachers' Collaborative Lesson Plan: Social Movements: Through the Public's Eye

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The Meaning of Dreams

Overview: In this lesson, students reflect on their opinions and new scientific theories about dreams. Then they qualitatively and quantitatively analyze a selection of recorded dreams. Finally, they apply these techniques to write personal analyses of their own memorable dreams. Author(s): Catherine Hutchings, The New York Times Learning Network Bridget Anderson, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City. Activity 1A: A Piece of Your Mind: Brain Anatomy. Entire Download (11 pages) Individual Downloads Teacher Background Information Administrative Information Student Background Information Processing Out pages Keywords brain, brain anatomy, cerebrum, cerebellum, structure, function, brain stem, diencephalon Search Curricular Keywords.

Activity 1A: A Piece of Your Mind: Brain Anatomy

Coffee good for you, but it's OK to hold back. A study last year found a lower risk of endometrial cancer in coffee-drinking women.

Coffee good for you, but it's OK to hold back

Coffee may prevent type II diabetes and Parkinson's disease, evidence showsIt may also have anti-cancer and antidepressant effectsSome people can't tolerate coffee because of side effectsDoctor: If you don't drink coffee and want to start, ease into it (CNN) -- If you can't get through your day without a coffee break or two, here's good news for you: What scientists know so far suggests coffee may help you stay healthy. As usual with medical research, the operative word is "may. " It's hard to know for sure whether coffee is really causing good effects -- lifestyles or behaviors associated with coffee consumption may also influence health.

Sharing - Dropbox. U.S. History. The 2014 exam is approximately three hours and 5 minutes long and has two parts — multiple choice and free response.

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Each section is worth 50% of the final exam score. Section I: Multiple Choice — 80 questions; 55 minutes. US History Notes, Guides, Practice Tests. 12 Dozen Places To Educate Yourself Online For Free - StumbleUpon. All education is self-education.

12 Dozen Places To Educate Yourself Online For Free - StumbleUpon

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Secondary Instruction / 2011-12 9-12 Curriculum Resources. AP United States History Course Home Page. Untitled Document. Common Core State Standards: Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, & Technical Subjects. Suffragists and Their Tactics - Procedure - Lesson Plans - For Teachers. Back to Lesson Plans Lesson Procedure Activity One (1 class period): Primary Source Analysis - Photos Activity Two (1 class period): Primary Source Analysis - Parades, Picketing, and Cartoons Activity Three (1 class period): Primary Source Analysis - Evaluating Broadsides Activity One.

Suffragists and Their Tactics - Procedure - Lesson Plans - For Teachers

Lincoln And Johnson’s Plans for Reconstruction. The Civil War: a Rap Song for Teaching About Abraham Lincoln, Slaves, Confederates, and Battles. Educational Songs with Free Worksheets Song Preview The Civil War: a rap song for teaching about Abraham Lincoln, slaves, Confederates, and battles.

The Civil War: a Rap Song for Teaching About Abraham Lincoln, Slaves, Confederates, and Battles

This song presents important people and events in the American Civil War including Abraham Lincoln and his Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address, as well as the Confederate commander Robert E. Causes of the civil war lesson plan. Lessons for Teachers. Current Issues | Immigration in U.S.

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Wisconsin will soon have the what’s arguably the nation’s most restrictive voter ID law. The bill was passed through the the Republican-led Senate late last week and is expected be signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker on Wednesday. 12 Dozen Places To Educate Yourself Online For Free - StumbleUpon. Bridging World History. Bill of Rights: You Mean I've Got Rights?

3.9. From Unity to Revolution. American Revolution: Prelude to Revolution. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Background In the 1960s, Americans who knew only the potential of "equal protection of the laws" expected the president, the Congress, and the courts to fulfill the promise of the 14th Amendment.

In response, all three branches of the federal government--as well as the public at large--debated a fundamental constitutional question: Does the Constitution's prohibition of denying equal protection always ban the use of racial, ethnic, or gender criteria in an attempt to bring social justice and social benefits? In 1964 Congress passed Public Law 88-352 (78 Stat. 241). The provisions of this civil rights act forbade discrimination on the basis of sex as well as race in hiring, promoting, and firing. The word "sex" was added at the last moment. THE NEW AMERICANS . For Educators. Lesson Plan Index > Subjects: (U.S. History, World History), Mathematics Summary: Census data provides interesting demographic insight into immigrants living in the United States, and allows for comparative studies of past and present immigration trends and patterns.

Welcome to the North Carolina Civic Education - Database of Civic Resources. Free Political Science Lesson Plan. The Preamble OnlineHave students read along as they listen to the Preamble to the Constitution and analyze its meaning. They should then answer the questions that follow. The Constitution of the United StatesPreamble We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.