Flying Solo With My Digital Camera
Students will view a film clip about immigration and arrange interviews with immigrants they know. Using digital cameras they will create a classroom book that tells about the immigrant experience.
Challenging Students/Changing Lives: Exploring the Oakland Military Institute
In this lesson, students will explore educational reform efforts in Oakland, the challenges facing Oakland Schools and the efficacy of the Oakland Military Institute.
Bough Down to Trees
Students become familiar with the impact trees have in their lives and learn about some of the conservation issues that we face in the 21st century.
Understanding Families With Gay and Lesbian Parents
The activities in this lesson are designed for students to process information on diversity in family structures presented in one segment of the film That's a Family!
Tradition Through Technology: Native-American Storytelling and the Web
Students research legends on the Web and use the HyperStudio graphics program to re-create Native America legends.
The Nature of Protest
This lesson will focus on the nature of protest by examining the different avenues that people take to express their opinions.
Scientists and Peacemakers: Shaping Our History
In this lesson, students will learn that the Nobel Prize was created and is awarded to celebrate people who have made significant contributions to shaping history. This lesson also helps students see the different objectives of peace and science while at the same time it illustrates the considerable crossover between the two subjects, demonstrating that many scientists are concerned with the ethical dilemmas their work creates.
Minding the Media
In this lesson students will explore the relationship between media and activism. They will critically examine the ways in which the media covers news events and the differences between mainstream and non-mainstream coverage. Students will create a news report based on the events of the Boston Tea Party.
The Rise of Community Activism
Students will related lessons learned about community organizing and activism to issues today, identifying leadership roles and legal channels to have an impact on their own communities. Analysis of the birth of the Western Addition Community Organization in San Francisco will frame the context.
Joining Together to Fight Gun Violence
The purpose of this lesson is to engage students in meaningful dialogues on the issue of gun violence and to explore avenues that could lead to changes in our society.
Exploring Family Compositions
The activities in this lesson are designed to help children explore their own families' composition and that of their classmates.
Your TV Diet
This lesson encourages students to examine their television viewing habits and to assess the impact that watching television has on their life. Students are invited to discuss a basic media literacy concept -- that media industries are driven by commercial interests, that economic factors influence the content of a media product. The lesson asks students to think about how aware they are of this relationship.
Seeing Inside a Black Box
This lesson includes a "hands-on" activity in which students use scientific method and observation skills to discover what the insides of sealed boxes may look like. This activity not only teaches the scientific method but also offers students an example of how scientists can understand what something looks like even if they cannot "see" it.
The aim of this lesson is to enable students to recognize the importance of organizational skills in achieving study goals. It is the second lesson in the study skills series and is intended to support adult learners who are embarking on a course of study and need to acquire skills which will help them to be successful. The lessons are designed as a package with key skills reinforced in each subsequent lesson so that a study culture is developed over time. They can be delivered sequentially or u
Oral Presentation Skills Using Family Stories
The fourth lesson in the Family, History and Memory module focuses on developing students' presentation skills. It offers students detailed guidelines on how to deliver a good presentation and invites them to practice the skills using their family stories. Peer group evaluation is included in this class. The lessons can be delivered as a module or as individual units.
Producing a Family Memoir
In the second of five lessons in this Family, History and Memory module, students analyze memoir as a genre. They then organize the information researched in the first lesson and put together their own family memoir. The lessons can be delivered as a module or as individual units.
Stimulating Writing Through Family Memoir
In the first of five lessons in this Family, History and Memory module, students are encouraged to research and write about their family stories and to share their memories with the class. The lessons can be delivered as a module or as individual units.
Diamonds and Light
Dr. Marko Loncar and two of his graduate students talk about using diamonds to create optics based computers that are smaller, faster, and 'cooler' than our current computational machines.
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Kirjalik liitmine ja lahutamine II - tunnikava
Õppematerjal, mis on mõeldud kasutamiseks I kooliastme 3. klassis.