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PBS: Splitting the Atom
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This site offers a brief history of the discovery and application of atomic and nuclear energy - both military and peaceful. It follows the spread of nuclear development among the major world players of the 20th century. Great site for debating the benefits of nuclear advancement from a historic point of view.

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Social Studies
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Reading
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PBS: Public Broadcasting Service
Date Added:
12/01/2023
PBS Teachers: Helping Kids Help the Environment
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Define and explore the concept of environmental citizenship through a series of literacy-based multimedia, online and hands-on learning experiences. Discover how responsible citizens can help protect their local communities by volunteering. Examine the concept of environmental citizenship as it applies to land pollution by exploring the value of recycling and ways people can reduce or reuse trash, air pollution by identifying several causes of air pollution and ways people in a community can combat the problem, and water pollution by identifying ways that children and adults can conserve and protect water sources. Compare a healthy aquatic environment with an unhealthy one.

Subject:
Science
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Lesson Plan
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PBS: Public Broadcasting Service
Date Added:
12/01/2023
PBS Teachers: The Hound of the Baskervilles
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View, read and discuss Conan Doyle's tale, "The Hound of Baskersvilles," and compare and contrast the story with the film. Explore the genres and elements of mystery and suspense that are present, and analyze characters, especially Sherlock Holmes.

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Arts
English Language Arts
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Module
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PBS: Public Broadcasting Service
Date Added:
12/01/2023