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Cassie introduces sound

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  1. Realize that sound is energy, and know how it travels. Sound begins when energy produces a vibration that causes a disturbance in the molecules of the medium in which the sound is to travel. The energy is transferred through a medium via waves.
  2. Describe sound waves. Sound travels through longitudinal, or compressionrarefaction,...

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  1. Cup phone experiment. Have students work in pairs or small groups. Using Styrofoam cups, plastic cups, and paper cups, have each group of students make cup phones by punching a hole in the bottom of each matching cup and tying a string inside to connect two cups. Have students experiment to see which cup conducts sound the best. Try these other v...

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Cassie introduces the basic functions of the digestive and excretory systems.

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  1. Know that the nutrients provide raw materials for cell growth and repair, and they help the body use other nutrients.
  2. List and describe the six nutrients that the body needs.
    1. Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are the bodys main source of energy. Sugars, or simple carbohydrates, are fou...

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  1. Meal planning: Pass out a copy of the Food Guide Pyramid to each student. Have them use it to produce a single days menu of meals; this includes snacks. The total number of servings in each food group should be in line with the requirements listed on the Food Guide Pyramid.
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Abrupt winds create a new task for Big Herb and Little Vera

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Define verbs as words that can show action what somebody or something does.
  2. Know that verbs are words that can tell what somebody or something is or has.
  3. Exp...

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  1. Introduce the Program Tell the class they will see a video about one of the parts of speech. Does anyone know what we mean when we say parts of speech? Write the following sentence on the chalkboard: Margaret throws the ball. Tell the class that each word in the sentence is a particular kind of word one of the parts of speech fo...

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In every kind of community, people follow rules

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When his father can't make it to practice, Michael learns how important rules and laws are in our community today...and long ago.


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  1. Students will realize that there are rules for school, rules for home, and special rules for the community and country called laws.
  2. Students will recognize that laws allow people to know what to do or what not to do. They also keep people safe and make the world a better place.
  3. Students will understand that ...

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  1. Before viewing the video

    1. What are rules? What rules do the students have at home? What rules does the school have? Why are there rules?
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Learn about the different kinds of "bugs" that make us sick

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David visits a local museum to learn about how his community has changed over time.

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Learn how natural resources provide work for people and help communities grow.


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  1. Students will understand that communities grow and change over time.
  2. Students will realize that communities are formed near areas with natural resources. Rivers, trees, and fish are all examples of important resources that provide for businesses and jobs.
  3. Students will recognize that communities are mainly f...

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  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Get a class definition of a community. People live in communities. The school is a community. A community is where a group of people live, work, and play. Ask if anyones neighborhood has changed. Was a new house built? A street widened? A building torn down? The video will...

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The circus is coming to town, but the ringmaster is sick. His son, Baby Bentley Bee, must go on for him.

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Recognize long and short diacritical marks.
  2. Pronounce the long e sound.
  3. Pronounce the short e sound.
  4. Read three-letter words with the short e ...

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  1. Introduce the Program Ask the class if anyone has ever attended a circus. If so, what acts did they see? What was their favorite act? Bring in pictures of circuses and discuss the various acts shown. Discuss with your students why they think circuses have been around for so long. Is it because the circus performers are so skilled? That they...

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A cat named Ann misses her best friend who has moved away

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Recognize long and short diacritical marks.
  2. Pronounce the long a sound.
  3. Pronounce the short a sound.
  4. Read three-letter words with the short...

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  1. Introduce the Program Ask if anyone has a pet cat. If so, have him or her tell about the cat what it does, its personality, etc. Ask if the cat sometimes seems to be a person. Explain that animal stories are fun because the animals sometimes seem to be like people. Tell the class that they will now see a program with four animals in it A...

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Learn how four kids are very different

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Welcome to Bailey's Backyard -- as Bailey and his frog learn about the Rainforest

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Review the basic elements of maps.

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Discover the imaginary lines that run around the globe and how they help us navigate to different locations.


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  1. Students will understand the basic components of maps including the compass rose, cardinal and intermediate directions, scale, symbols and legends.
  2. Students will understand how to read and make a grid map.
  3. Students will know the function of lines of latitude and longitude.
  4. Students will ...

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  1. Trip around the world. Ask students to imagine that they are being given the opportunity to take a trip around the world. Encourage students to choose places to visit on the globe and create an itinerary for their trip. Much like the cruise in the program. Students should note where they are traveling, how far they travel in each direction, ...

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Learn about maps and globes and how they are different.

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There is a difference between a globe and a map. Do you know what the difference is?


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  1. Students will understand the difference between maps and globes.
  2. Students will identify symbols on maps and globes.
  3. Students will know the elements required to make a map.
  4. Students will know the uses of different kinds of maps.
  5. Students will be able to create mental ...

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  1. Map your school. Encourage your students to use their classroom resources to make a map of the school. Students can work in pairs or small groups. Each map should include a title, date, symbols, legend, compass rose, and scale. Students can choose to make a traditional or a grid map. Have students exchange maps and check for accuracy by trying to f...

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Do you ever think about Earth?

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A short introduction the holiday season

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In every kind of community, people follow rules.

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Students will understand the duties, responsibilities, and conduct expected of a citizen. Students will learn that paid workers as well as volunteers make the community a better place to live.


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An accident can happen anywhere, even while filming a video

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Armando the Artist needs more interest in his painting -- can adjectives help him?

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Define adjectives as words that tell about nouns.
  2. Discuss how adjectives describe nouns by telling what kind, what color, how many and which one.
  3. Identi...

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    Have your students draw and then paint a scene of something they consider very beautiful, such as a seascape or mountain scenery. After the paintings are completed, have your students write one or more sentences describing their artwork. Look over the sentences and ask those who have used adjectives to write ...

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Meet Lucy and Larry Lethargic -- two kids who get no exercise

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  1. The video begins by showing Lucy and Larry Lethargic sitting lethargically in front of their TV. The narrator explains the youngsters do little more than watch television, munch nacho chips and eat popcorn. They have no interest in being healthy. If they did, the narrator continues, they would be more active. The program then explains how a ve...

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  1. Well in advance, pass out the Letter to Parents, which explains the focus of the program and solicits parental help in increasing awareness of and embracing a more active life style. Begin a discussion by asking, "How much television do you watch every day? How much time do you spend playing video games?" Discuss the different programs the chil...

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A young Russian boy begins his day in St. Petersburg

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An introduction to the major regions of Mexico

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Name the six major regions of Mexico.
  3. Describe the major geographic features of each region.
  4. Identify the principal natural resources of Mexico.
  5. Explai...

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  1. Introduce the Program Well in advance, have your students take the PRE-TEST. It can be used to evaluate their knowledge of the material and, thus, help you plan your lessons. After assessing your students' level of understanding, begin a discussion by asking if anyone has ever visited Mexico. If so, have each person describe where he or she went. H...

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A young girl introduces the concept of waste

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All people are different but, everyone has feelings and moods

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Discover the relationship between the real world, small models of real locations and the purpose of maps.


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  1. Students will learn that a model is a representation of something.
  2. Students will learn about models of familiar places.
  3. Students will understand what a map is and how it is related to a model.
  4. Students will learn about maps and globes.
  5. Students will identify importan...

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  1. Make a model. Using items from the classroom have students make a model of a familiar place. Students may work in pairs to create a model of the classroom, their home, the school, a favorite park, etc. Encourage students to be creative and to label their models if possible. Have students share their models with the class.

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A catchy song introduces the concepts of bike safety.

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Become acquainted with the "Mind Your Manners" reporting Team

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Professor Fossilworth introduces fossils and dinosaurs with his catchy songs

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A brief introduction to Old Glory

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, students should be able to do the following:
  2. Briefly review the history of the American flag.
  3. Tell who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance and under what circumstances.
  4. Tell who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner, " and und...

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Learn about the diverse cultures of Canada

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Name the principal immigrant groups that settled in Canada.
  3. Briefly recount the key historical events in Canada's history.
  4. Explain Canada's governmental structure. We enco...

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  1. Introduce the Program Well in advance, have your students take the PRE-TEST. It can be used to evaluate their knowledge of the material and, thus, help your lesson planning. After assessing your students' level of understanding, begin a discussion of multiculturalism. Is the United States a multicultural country? After this introductory discussion,...

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Introduction to George Washington

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Briefly recount Washingtons childhood experiences.
  3. Discuss Washingtons early military experiences in the French and Indian War.
  4. Explain the colonists grievances that led...

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  1. Introduce the Program Ask the class, Who is the leader of our school, the person who is responsible for all the teachers and students? After students name the principal, ask the following questions: Why do schools have principals? Are there other organizations that have leaders? What are the leaders of businesses called? Who is the leader...

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Meet the Azak family, members of the Nisga'a tribe of Canada

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An introduction to Abraham Lincoln

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Briefly recount Abraham Lincolns childhood experiences.
  3. Tell how Lincoln became known as an honest and hardworking individual.
  4. Discuss slavery.
  5. Tell w...

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  1. Introduce the Program Ask the class, What kind of person is a hero or heroine? Is it a person who is never afraid, or is there more to it than that? Help your students understand that heroes and heroines can be afraid or discouraged, but still press on to meet their goals. Discuss how there can be many different kinds of heroism. Has anyon...

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An introduction to the land and the people who make up our country

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Briefly recount Martin Luther Kings childhood experiences.
  3. Explain how segregation affected Dr. Kings childhood.
  4. Discuss Dr. Kings role in the civil rights movement.
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  1. Introduce the Program If at all possible, show the second program in this series, Abraham Lincoln. After showing the video, ask students whether former slaves received all their freedoms immediately after the Civil War. Help your class understand that it often takes a long time to change how people think and feel, and that it sometimes takes...

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A young family in Mexico begins their day

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A brief introduction to different places around the world

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A short introduction to our country's symbols

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  1. The Flag of the United States
    1. As the Revolutionary War was drawing near, the colonies realized the need to have a flag to represent them. The design they chose was 13 stripes (red and white, one stripe for each colony) with the British flag (Union Jack) in the upper left corner.
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Herman the worm won't eat any words, until his mother learns all about nouns

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Define nouns as words that name persons, places or things.
  2. Identify and define common nouns.
  3. Identify and define proper nouns.
  4. Capitalize...

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  1. Introduce the Program Tell the class that they are about to see a video about one of the parts of speech. Does anyone know what we mean when we say parts of speech? Write the following sentence on the chalkboard: Don rides his new bicycle through the neighborhood. Tell the class that each word in the sentence is a particular kind ...

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Princess Freda is bored, but the Wise Council Syntax invents pronouns to make conversation more interesting

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Define pronouns as words that can take the place of nouns.
  2. Name the seven subjective case pronouns (pronouns used in the subject part of the sentence.)
  3. Name th...

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    1. take the place of verbs.
    2. take the place of adjectives.
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  2. Three pronouns that follow action verbs are
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A day in Ghana begins

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Grandpa Ozzie's store is losing all of its o's. Grandpa takes the opportunity to talk about the short o vowel sound

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Recognize long and short diacritical marks.
  2. Pronounce the long o sound.
  3. Pronounce the short o sound.
  4. Read words with the short o sound (c-v-c ...

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    Bring a Teddy Bear to class. Tell the class that Teddy Bears have been popular toys for many years. Does anyone have a Teddy bear at home? Does it have a name? Has anyone played make-believe games with their Teddy Bear? Has anyone ever heard the story of Corduroy, the book about a little Teddy Bear who wants to be...

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Uriah Useless and Bubba Bug have a disagreement which leads Bubba Bug to seek employment at the U Factory

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After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:

  1. Recognize long and short diacritical marks.
  2. Pronounce the long u sound.
  3. Pronounce the short u sound.
  4. Read three-letter words with the short u sound (...

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    In all likelihood, your students will not be familiar with a sloth, one of the main characters in the story. Before introducing the story, bring a picture of a sloth to the class and discuss where the sloth lives and its characteristics. You may also find it useful to discuss raccoons and lightning bugs, two other c...

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Join a loveable monkey as he tours the zoo and learns the alphabet

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Two singing clowns introduce the Colors and Shapes Circus

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Cassie introduces different kinds of weather

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  1. Realize that weather is what is happening in the air around us at any one time. It happens everywhere, all the time and it affects everyone.
  2. Understand how weather is predicted. Before modern technology people looked to nature for clues to changes in weather. Today, meteorologists use high tech equipment such as satellites, ther...

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  1. Weather Report: Take the class outside to observe the weather conditions. Have them identify any clouds or precipitation and use a thermometer to measure the temperature. If they are available, try using a barometer and a hygrometer. What do these measurements say about the weather?
  2. Water Cycle: As shown in the vi...

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A young boy picks over his dinner until ''Energy Man'' shows up to teach him about nutrition

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Energy Man will show you how food works in in your body and why it's important to eat healthy.


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  1. Students will know the different types of nutrients, their functions, and how they work together to maintain a healthy body.
    1. Protein provides some of the energy the body needs to perform activities. Protein is also used to fix damaged cells and build new ones. Sources of protein include meat, fish, eggs, milk...

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  1. Build the Food Guide Pyramid: Have students draw an empty version of the U.S.D.A. Food Guide Pyramid on a large piece of paper. Using magazine clippings of food and student produced drawings, students should fill the pyramids with the appropriate foods and label each level.
  2. Plan a Nutritious Diet: As a class, o...

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Two students discuss their plans for the future

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Introduction -- Energy Man comes to life to help Josh learn about the importance of good nutrition

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The Mind Your Manners team is introduced

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A short introduction to the importance of exercise

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Recount at least four physical activities each to keep the circulatory, skeletal and muscular systems in excellent condition.
  3. Discuss the need for safety gear, hydration, warmup and cool-down...

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  1. Introduce the Program A week in advance, hand out My Free Time Activities. Go over the instructions, making certain that the activities and times listed are for pastime endeavors that do not include homework or time spent eating and so forth. Pre-Viewing Activities Have the students classify their activities listed as eit...

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Learn what a habitat is, and identify different habitats

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Learn about the earliest inhabitants of the land that is now Mexico

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  1. After viewing this video and participating in the suggested activities, viewers should be able to do the following:
  2. Name four major Indian groups that settled in Mesoamerica before the arrival of the Spanish.
  3. Describe the cultures of each main Indian group.
  4. Briefly recount the key events...

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  1. Introduce the Program Well in advance, have your students take the PRE-TEST. It can be used to evaluate their knowledge of the material and, thus, help your lesson planning. After assessing your students' level of understanding, begin a discussion of native Americans. Ask, "Have a large number of native Americans intermarried with those of other et...

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A young girl introduces students to a historical trip through Philadelphia

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Learn that the choices we make have an economic impact

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Learn about animal habitats and how they provide for an animal's basic needs

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Explore the six major biomes, and discover how plants and animals survive, adapt, and live together in their habitats.


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  1. Students will understand what an ecosystem is and describe different types of ecosystems.
  2. Students will know that living things need food, air and water to survive.
  3. Students will understand that living things adapt to their environment in order to survive.
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  1. Ecosystem at school. An ecosystem can be as large as the rainforest or as small as a soda can. Have your students discover the ecosystem at school. Spend some time outside on a sports field or other area near the school. Have each student mark out an area to observe. Ask students to record their observations, including what are the features...

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An introduction to the topic of geography

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