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Diego Rivera: Art as Universal Language

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/education/lesson7_procedures.html

Description: Explore Diego Rivera's murals and the social messages that they conveyed. Discuss how the images in Rivera's murals relate to what was happening in Mexico and the United States during this time period and the relations between the two countries. Standards 10.4 all, 10.9.3, 10.10 all, Government 12.9.6

Author:

Lesson ID: 315

How Has the Constitution Shaped the Economic System in the U.S.?

http://ecedweb.unomaha.edu/lessons/fecg1.htm

Description: Students find examples from the newspaper of the six characteristics of a market economy as they exist in the U.S. today. Then find how the U.S. Constitution supports those characteristics. Finally, compare the economic provisions of the U.S. Constitution with that of China to understand the difference between a command and a free system. Standards 8.2.6 8.2.7, 11.1.1, 12.1.3, 12.1.4, and 12.1.5 civics, 12.2.2 civics, and 12.3.1 economics

Author: Focus on Economics in Civics and Government, National Council on Economic Education

Lesson ID: 531

Rape of Nanking

http://www.crf-usa.org/bria/bria18_3.htm#nanking

Description: At the beginning of World War II, Japanese soldiers committed many atrocities against POWs and civilians in Nanking, China. After the war, a war crimes trial focused on who was responsible for these acts. Your job is to decide the answer to the question: What acts during a war should be punishable as crimes of war? Standard 10.8.1 and 12.9.5 civics

Author: Bill of Rights in Action, Constitutional Rights Foundaton

Lesson ID: 874

Trial of Napoleon Bonaparte

http://www.louisiana101.com/ideas_trial.html

Description: The purpose of this trial is to judge the actions of Napoleon Bonaparte. Was he a great leader and patriot, or was he a power-hungry dictator? The year is 1815 and his last 100 days as a general have ended on the fields of Waterloo. What are we to do with this man? Our task is to examine his life and produce a verdict on the charge of "crimes against humanity", a charge later used against the Nazis after World War II. Be careful, because the Congress of Vienna - which is sponsoring this trial - may not be completely innocent! Standards 10.2.4, and 12.9.4

Author: Colin Welch, Chilliwack Senior Secondary School

Lesson ID: 1132

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