Lesson 319: Politics vocab Face It! Virtual State Tour Eco Mandalas Internet basics The Underground Railroad and Secret Code Quilts Important People in Alabama History International Politics Renewable Energy: Wind Alternative Energy: Solar Energy Renewable Energy: Hydropower Nuclear Energy: Radiation Exposure Drinking Water Treatment Fossil Fuels: Coal On the Road Again This Land is Our Land Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga The College of Optical Sciences: Past, Present, and Future #25 Music History: The General History of Music from 1600-Present Korean War ( Incheon ) 4/15
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Students gain knowledge about the proportions of the face and use a graph to draw a self portrait based upon artists throughout history.
Students will create a virtual tour of the state including geography, history, famous people, and points of interest using Sketchy.
Using the art of Andy Goldworthy as inspiration, Elders create mandalas using nature based materials. Focus on history of mandalas, use of balance, texture, color. Lesson created for Elders, but could be used for any age.
An introduction to the history of the internet and how it works, as well the costs associated with it.
Folklore and oral histories tell how secret codes were hidden in quilts to give directions for the Underground Railroad. Read this short history of quilt codes, and answer questions.
After completing this project you will be able to identify who Helen Keller was and discuss what makes her a significant part of Alabama history.
International Politics podcast from Johns Hopkins University
This lesson introduces students to the uses of wind energy. Topics include a history of wind usage (grinding grain, pumping water, transportation), including the development of wind power in the United States and its more recent adaptations.
This lesson provides an introduction to the use of the sun's energy. Topics include the history of solar energy usage and its more recent adaptations. There is also discussion of how the sun produces and radiates energy and what happens when it reaches Earth.
This lesson introduces students to the use of flowing or falling water (hydropower) to perform work, particularly electric power generation. Topics include the history of hydropower development, the invention of turbines and electric generators.
This lesson provides an overview of the sources and potential effects of radiation exposure. Topics include the history of the United States' domestic nuclear power program, the concept of ionizing radiation, and how radiation dosage is measured.
This lesson provides an introduction to the treatment of drinking water to remove harmful or distasteful substances. Topics include the history of treatment and a brief listing of treatment processes.
This lesson provides an introduction to the use of coal as an energy source. Topics include the history of coal usage, applications of coal as an energy source, and major suppliers of coal (the United States).
The movement of people and goods is an important part of the New York State Global History and Geography Curriculum. It is listed as one of the themes that are emphasized in the core curriculum. Students are expected to understand why people migrate and what the impact of migrations has been on people, nations, and regions. Recently, the PBS WIDE ANGLE documentary series created two programs that relate to the movement of people. 'Border Jumpers' (2005) documents migration between countries in A
Throughout history, as the concepts of empire and nation-states took hold, individual countries secured their borders and tried to keep unwanted migrants out. As we enter the 21st century Anwarul K. Chowdhury, an Under-Secretary of the United Nations, says, 'The first step towards examining the road to peace should start with an appreciation of the changing nature of conflicts. Gone are days of war between states for conquest, extension of spheres of influence in the name of ideology ... Today's
This Web site, created to complement an American Museum of Natural History exhibition, paints a well-rounded picture of Viking life.
The College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona is a great place to do research and to study and learn optics and photonics. This talk gives a short history of the Optical Sciences Center, now the College of Optical Sciences, describing some of the decisions and actions that have shaped the college. The current status of the college and future plans of the college will be presented. This presentation was given by Dr. Jim Wyant, Dean of the University of Arizona's College of Optic
In this Lesson, I try to cover the HUGE topic of music history. I had to leave out many small details because of the scope of the topic. If music history interests you I'd suggest you look up "music history" on google or wikipedia you could also try "Classical Music History".
Korean War - Incheon Video gives history of the war. See Korea as the soldiers saw it. Pictures are real and may be disturbing. (CAUTION: Scenes of executions and dead bodies)
Virtual State Tour
The Underground Railroad and Secret Code Quilts
Important People in Alabama History
Renewable Energy: Wind
Alternative Energy: Solar Energy
Renewable Energy: Hydropower
Nuclear Energy: Radiation Exposure
Drinking Water Treatment
Fossil Fuels: Coal
On the Road Again
This Land is Our Land
Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga
The College of Optical Sciences: Past, Present, and Future
#25 Music History: The General History of Music from 1600-Present
Korean War ( Incheon ) 4/15