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Equal Protection Under The Law
Students investigate the laws and how they are established. They compare and contrast how the laws are written for the benefits of animals and human beings. Students write refelctively about the class discussion. The lesson plan is...
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Why Did Christianity Spread through the Roman Empire?
Why did Christianity spread through the Roman Empire? Kids answer questions, read text, and analyze images depicting the teaching of Christ in relation to the spread of Christianity. A good, solid resource for covering this topic.
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Why We Love Repetition in Music
Why does music rely so heavily on repetition? This is an interesting video from which to explore not only the psychological answers to this question, but also the ways in which humans perceive and rate different types of music.
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New Review Goods and Services: Some are Private, Some are Not
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You and the Law -- Beating the Odds
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New Review Why Some Countries Are Poor and Others Rich
It's a question economists, anthropologists, and sociologists have asked themselves since the first regional lines were drawn in the sand. Are there common factors that destine one country to thrive and another to struggle? An...
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The U.S. Constitution and Disability Laws
Students examine the United States Constitution for laws that protect people with disabilities. They discover how the education system provides equal education to all students and how the Federal Government makes sure this is occuring.
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