Amazing student-centered activity on American Imperialism! students analyze events to determine if the US acted more like a World Leader or a Bully during the Age of Imperialism! All readings, worksheets, and key included!
Age: 9+, watch a free video documentary (1:23) history of Panama Canal & info on creation of canal, engineers & workers, & obstacles they faced. After watching, use the menu on the left side of the screen to: *Travel Virtually Through the Panama Canal *Watch an Animation of How the Panama Canal Works *Download a Teacher’s Guide *Also many video documentaries archived on the site to enhance education.
This site's teaching resources about Central America fit very nicely with Unit 2 (La enseñanza) of the textbook Comunidades: Más allá del aula (Pearson). In particular, Lección 6 talks about how education is influenced by culture. The lack of emphasis on Central America and US relations with that region is a good example of how "educational culture" determines what we do and do not teach/learn.
How do you make a hat larger? Fire up the tea kettle,aim the steam at the inside ribbon area of the hat, make sure you constantly rotate the hat. After two minute put the hat on.You will need to pull it down without forcing too much and it will feel tight. Make sure you wait a few seconds so the inside is not uncomfortably hot. The hat needs to stay on the head for at least two hours.
Geek love. Learned this handwriting in 2nd grade. Still have the cue card. Can still do it when I take the time. Didn't know the history. [From the Fonts.com site:... inspired by Palmer Method which was introduced to the US in 1894 as a modern alternative to Spencerian. The method won many awards including the Gold Medals at the Panama Pacific Expo of 1915 and the Sesquicentennial Expo in 1926. This disciplined style set the standard of cursive penmanship for decades of American…