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... character on video.”  Visit www.samsungk-12.com for more information and to post your entry. Any student in grades K-12 who attends school in a United States or Federal Territory is eligible to enter ...
2. DEGREE IMPACT
(News/News)
... teachers how their salary compares to teachers in other states based on their degree and years of experience • Compare districts within states • Show teachers how an advanced degree will impact their ...
Last month, Peace One Day (  www.peaceoneday.org  ) – a UK-based organization that works to promote global Peace Day, September 21 – proudly launched its United States educational curriculum with an initial ...
4. Role playing the civil war (5 & 7)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... with a blank bulletin board with a skeletal outline of the United States. We fill portions as colonies become states. We continue along the same flow into the Civil War unit. Students are really getting ...
5. Let me tell you about my state! (5)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... of the "United" States, and to "learn to learn."  It provides essential motivation, excitement in "discovering" a state, and in living and learning about that state for the entire year. It provides opportunities ...
6. A review of American history (4-8)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... and other major belief systems on history. PURPOSE: The purpose of this lesson is to review the importance historical events and time periods of United States history from discovery to the present.  ...
7. FREE ISS 3-D Teaching Tool: Spaceflight Challenge I
(Software for teachers/Software for teachers)
... and pupils - simply register for the download version using the order form linked above. For any questions or problems with the tool, please contact isseducationteam[@]esa.int. (* ESA Member States ...
8. Chem4kids
(Software for teachers/Software for teachers)
... is great to present the three states of matter and the changes from one state to another. Students can also learn about mixtures and solutions, alloys and amalgams. They also discover how neutrons, protons ...
9. KALEIDOSCOPE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... each as he reaches him. CORRELATION.—This game may be correlated with any academic subject in which familiarity with proper names is desired; as in History.—By using the names of generals or statesmen ...
10. HEROISM IN HOUSEKEEPING
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... made to preserve the reformed religion in Scotland.] who married a daughter of John Knox. [Footnote: John Knox: a celebrated Scottish reformer, statesman, and writer. Born 1505, died in 1572.] That didn't, ...
11. BLACKBOARD RELAY
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... a memorized selection. Geography.—The names of mountain ranges, rivers, capital cities, boundaries, products. History.—The names (related to a given period if desired) of famous men—statesmen, military ...
12. AN APPRECIATION OF LINCOLN
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... Francois La Rochefoucauld was a French writer and moralist of the seventeenth century.] that honest statesmanship was the employment of individual meanness for the public good. He never asked perfection ...
... Continents, Countries, States, Rivers, Mountains, &c., without dwelling prematurely upon the minute details that embarrass the learner in his first effort. The Exercises are arranged in Question and ...
14. RECAPITULATION.
(Lessons/Geography)
...  Indian Ocean     South of Asia. RIVERS. Where is? Amazon     In the northern part of S. America. Mississippi     In the United States. Missouri     In the United States. Ohio     In the ...
15. LESSON XXXIX.
(Lessons/Geography)
LESSON XXXIX. THE WESTERN STATES. Q. What grow in the Western States? A. Corn, Wheat, Rye, and Fruit. Q. For what are the Western States noted? A. For fine Rivers and Steamboats. Q. Which ...
16. LESSON XXXVII.
(Lessons/Geography)
LESSON XXXVII. Q. What Western State does not appear on this map? A. California. Q. What four great Rivers flow through the Western States? A. Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, and Arkansas. Q. ...
17. LESSON XXXVI.
(Lessons/Geography)
LESSON XXXVI. Q. How many Western States are there? A. Eleven. Q. What two are furthest north? A. Michigan and Wisconsin. Q. What three lie on the west side of the Mississippi River? ...
18. LESSON XXXV.
(Lessons/Geography)
LESSON XXXV. THE SOUTHERN STATES. Q. What is the Climate of the Southern States? A. Warm. Q. What do the Planters of the Southern States own? A. Large plantations cultivated by slaves. Q. ...
19. LESSON XXXIV.
(Lessons/Geography)
LESSON XXXIV. Q. What Mountains in the Southern States? A. Cumberland, Alleghany, and Blue Ridge. Q. What large Island south of Florida? A. Cuba. Q. Where is Cuba? A. South of Florida.  ...
20. LESSON XXXIII.
(Lessons/Geography)
... Into what does it flow? A. Into the Atlantic Ocean. Q. Name the Southern States. Q. Name the States that touch the Atlantic Ocean. Q. Name the States that touch the Gulf of Mexico. Q. What ...
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