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Around the World in 80 Days - Or Less: A Problem Based Lesson

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Description: Students will virtually travel in research teams to various countries around the world and make presentations to their class. This activity involves geography, history, archaeology, economy, geology, cartography, and environmental issues. Standard 10.10.2

Author: Thomas Mayton, Little Rock High School

Lesson ID: 98

Growth of Islam, The

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Description: You must gather data that will help you understand and appreciate the Islamic way of life so that you will feel comfortable living with a Muslim family in Syria for the second semester of this school year. Standards 7.2.3 and 10.10.2

Author: Judy Houson, Sierra Vista Junior High School

Lesson ID: 481

Latin America Marketing Project

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Description: You are part of a team of marketing experts that has been hired by a major American fast food company to study the feasibility of selling their product in Latin America. Each marketing team will to investigate a different product and Latin American country. Your group will then make an oral presentation to the C.E.O. and recommend whether your company should enter the Latin American market. Standards 10.10 all, 10.11, and Economics 12.6.1

Author: Madeline Antilla and J. DeMonet, Arcadia High School

Lesson ID: 636

One Man's Freedom Fighter is Another Man's Terrorist

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Description: As advisors to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), it is your team's job to analyze all aspects on terrorism, both at home and abroad, and to provide concise summations in the form of threat assessments. You and your team must determine where and when the next wave of terror might strike and who the guilty parties might be. Standards 10.10.3, 11.9.1, and 12.10

Author: David MacDonald, Fillmore Middle School

Lesson ID: 782

Project Helping Hands

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Description: In this problem based activity students develop a program through a nonprofit organization "Africare" to improve the quality of life in rural Africa by improving health care, growing more food, and developing water resources while still protecting the environment. Standard 10.10 all

Author: Leanne Westphal, Central Valley Intermediate School

Lesson ID: 861

Project Helping Hands

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Description: In this problem based activity students develop a program through a nonprofit organization "Africare" to improve the quality of life in rural Africa by improving health care, growing more food, and developing water resources while still protecting the environment. Standard 10.10 all

Author: Leanne Westphal, Central Valley Intermediate School

Lesson ID: 862

Study Commission on the Rain Forest

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Description: The rain forest is a beautiful place, teeming with life and an abundance of natural resources. Many different people depend on the rain forest for their livelihood, but it is disappearing at an alarming rate. What action must be taken? You must decide. Standard 10.10.2

Author: Toby Erikson

Lesson ID: 989

Terrorist or Freedom Fighter: Who Can We Trust?

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Description: There are many political organizations that are seeking to redress wrongs from repressive governments. Almost all of these groups use violence. The U.N. wants to help the world deal with terrorism without trampling on the rights of all political organizations. You have been called upon to advise them after reviewing the actions of different political groups in recent history. Standards 10.10.3, 11.9.1, and 1210

Author: Joey Davis, Walnut High School

Lesson ID: 1010

The Museum Project

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Description: Working in teams by region, you will create a Museum of African Art. Find art on the web and organize an exhibit for others to see and learn. Each object must be annotated as to its origin and significance so the museum so that visitors will come to understand more about African culture. Standards 7.4.3, 7.4.5, 10.4.3, 10.10.1, 10.10.2, and 10.10.3

Author: Carrie Zinn, San Luis Obispo High School

Lesson ID: 1053

Tibet Question

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Description: To the Chinese, the international furor over Tibet parallels Western intrigues in Chinese affairs dating back to the 19th Century Opium Wars, the Boxer Rebellion, U.S. support of the Nationalist Chinese during the Chinese Civil War, the Great Cultural Revolution and Tiananmen Square. On the other hand, Westerners, spurred by efforts of the Tibetan exile community and Hollywood feature films like "Seven Years in Tibet" and "Kundun", tend to quickly assume that the Chinese are at fault. The true story about Tibet lies somewhere in between. An international news agency is doing a special on "The Tibet Question". They will be interviewing members of the Tibetan groups, Chinese and US government officials, representatives of human rights organizations and Chinese scholars. You will be assigned to one of these groups in preparation for this news special. Standard 10.10 all,

Author: Mark LaPorte, Temescal Canyon High School

Lesson ID: 1103

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