Foodmap: recipes as maps & networks FoodmapRecipes as maps, diagrams & networks Map your Recipe See where the fruits and vegetables in your recipe were first domesticated. Includes:Guesstimate the cuisineEtymological data.Example recipesData on current producers. Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday: Some favourite nonfiction titles for older readers (List 2) It’s Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday! This is Week 2 of 3 where I will be sharing thirty titles (ten at a time) of my favourite nonfiction books for older readers. The first ten are here. My post last week goes into more detail of why I wanted to put together these three lists. Lochiel Park - Australia's Model Green Village is here Lochiel Park is an important element in the implementation of the State Government’s Strategic Plan and is specifically aligned with the following objective: "South Australia should reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and begin preparing its economy and society for climate change and a carbon constrained world." Lochiel Park is just 8 kilometres from the Adelaide Central Business District alongside the River Torrens in the suburb of Campbelltown. The site has been transformed from a former education institution to model green village incorporating a raft of best practice sustainable technologies.
Printable history timeline worksheets for classrooms On this page you will find three unique printable history timeline worksheets for classrooms in both color and black and white. These blank timeline worksheets are an excellent tool for Social Studies and History projects. They can be used for a wide range of courses, including US History, World History, European History, and Political Science. 10 creative ways to teach English that deliver outstanding results As a creative school, with a track record in fantastic English results, we are often asked what our specific approach is: how do we teach through the arts yet manage to maintain such high expectations from all our pupils? I'd like to share some of these approaches with you: Immersion activities How can children access stories, poems and other texts if their minds and imaginations not fully engaged?
World Geography Map Geography is the scientific study of the earth's surface and the World Geography Map depicts both the earth's physical features and the human phenomena on its surface that is the result of man's interaction with his physical environment. The World Geography map therefore not only shows the distribution of the earth's natural landforms on the surface of the globe but also depicts the elements of human intervention such as political boundaries and the division of the world into countries and independent states together with their capitals and principle cities. As far as the earth's physical features are concerned, the World Geography Map shows the distribution of the varied natural landforms and topographical features of the earth's surface on a global scale. The World Geography Map therefore depicts the main features of elevation and depression on the earth's surface and is also the most graphic representation of the earth's various contours and its most prominent physical features.
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Poison Fire (2008) The Niger Delta is an environmental disaster zone after fifty years of oil exploitation. One and a half million tons of crude oil has been spilled into the creeks, farms and forests, the equivalent to 50 Exxon Valdez disasters, one per year. Natural gas contained in the crude oil is not being collected, but burnt off in gas flares, burning day and night for decades. The flaring produces as much greenhouse gases as 18 million cars and emits toxic and carcinogenic substances in the midst of densely populated areas.
Volcanoes - Kids Geography Videos, Games and Lessons that Make Learning Fun and Easy Volcanoes for Kids Volcanoes are vents, fissures or openings in the Earth's crust from which hot ashes, gases and magma erupt. On land, volcanoes usually take the form of mountains or hills with one or more volcanic vents. But the vast majority of the world's volcanoes lie beneath the sea along the global oceanic ridges. Support the Global Read Aloud! The Global Read Aloud has connected more than 200,000 students throughout the world. Here is your chance to not only show your Global Read Aloud pride, but also support the project. Every penny earned will be spent on books.
Sacred Spirit of Water Water is a living organism, water is sacred, water is life, water is worth defending and protecting for those yet unborn. Rivers and lakes in Alberta don't stop at provincial borders. These rivers and lakes flow throughout Canada and the United States, therefore everyone will be affected by the ominous bills which have become law. This means the previous 2.5 million lakes and rivers that were protected have been diminished to only 62 protected rivers and 97 lakes. If you enjoy the benefits of the Canadian outdoors, camping, canoeing, boating, fishing, for that matter clean drinking water, you need to ask yourself how will you be impacted by the sale of your water resources? - Create Your Story With My Story Book 0 Comments September 29, 2014 By: Özge Karaoglu Sep 27 Written by: 9/27/2014 4:45 PM
How Earth Made Us The incredible story of the natural forces that have shaped our history presented by Professor Iain Stewart. Our planet has amazing power, and yet that's rarely mentioned in our history books. This series tells the story of how the Earth has influenced human history, from the dawn of civilization to the modern industrial age.