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Explosive Knowledge: Tracking Six Decades of Nuclear Development

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990311thursday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons

Description: Discuss a featured New York Times article which examines China's suspected theft of American nuclear secrets. As a springboard from the article create a research-based, multi-tiered timeline that traces the development, regulation, and use of nuclear weapons from the 1940's to today. Standards 11.8.7, Government 12.10

Author: Alison Zimbalist and Lorin Driggs, New York Times Learning Network

Lesson ID: 388

Quest for Peace and Diplomacy: A WebQuest on the India-Pakistan Conflict

http://www.angelfire.com/wy/peacequest/index.html

Description: India-Pakistan have been in dispute over Kashmir since independence in 1947. Negotiators have so far been unsuccessful in obtaining a peace agreement between the two countries. Recent "testing" of nuclear weapons by both countries has escalated the importance of resolving this conflict. A Peace Summit has been called at the United Nations office in Geneva, Switzerland, by the U.N. Security Council as a final attempt to avert nuclear warfare in Pakistan and India. A war between these two nations could escalate to encompass the entire world. Delegations from Pakistan, India, Kashmir, and the United States have been invited to the meeting to present their proposals for a lasting peace and an end to calls for war. You are part of one of those delegations. Standards 10.9.8, 11.9.3, and Economics 12.6.3

Author: Fatemeh Sheikh, Lahore American School

Lesson ID: 870

Thaw in the Cold War: Eisenhower and Khrushchev at Gettysburg

http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/29ike/29ike.htm

Description: At the height of the Cold War in 1959, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev had reached an impasse. Eisenhower hoped there was a chance to reach past the differences between the two countries if they could meet at his form in rural Pennsylvania, away from advisors and all the diplomatic protocol. Using primary documents, maps, and pictures of this historic place, find out if their meeting helped move the world toward peace. Standard 11.9.3

Author: Gettysburg National Historic Site, National Park Service

Lesson ID: 1012

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