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Fables (see Folklore; Folktales; Literature, Folktales and Fairy Tales)
84.04.01 Folklore in the Oral Tradition, Fairytales, Fables and Folk-legend
84.04.04 Once Upon A Time
84.04.06 A Dash of Folk, A Pinch of Fairy Recipes for Playmaking
84.04.07 We Want Our Rites! Folk and Fairy Tales as Initiation

Fairy Tales
79.04.06 Sentence-Combining in Grade Eight
95.02.02 “The Wonder Behind the Wizard of OZ”
04.02.01 Multicultural Fairy Tales -- The Stuff of Magic
13.01.02 Blame It on Little Red Riding Hood

Literature
79.04.02 Myths, Folktales and Fairy Tales
84.04.07 We Want Our Rites! Folk and Fairy Tales as Initiation

Fabric

Quilt

West African
95.04.04 The Art of the Quilt

Fair Haven, Connecticut

Architecture

Nineteenth Century
84.01.03 A View of the River: Cellars, Columns and Porches

History

General
89.01.03 The Community and You: Learning Your Way Around Fair Haven

Nineteenth Century
84.01.05 Fair Haven’s History and Architecture—Past and Preservation

Oral
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration

Family Life (see Adolescence)

African American
90.04.06 The African-American Family in Crisis
90.04.07 Portrait of The African American Family
90.05.09 American Families: Portraits of African-American Members
90.05.10 The Family That Endured An Historical View of African-American Families As Seen Through American Literature and Art
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage

in Children's Literature
99.01.10 Examining the African American Family through the Eyes of Women Authors
00.04.09 Using Children's Literature and Art to Examine the African-American Resistance to Injustice
02.01.10 Willie and Friends: Overcomers in the Land - Stories by Faith Ringgold
20.01.04 Then and Now: Fueling the Next Generation to Establish New Expectations and Traditions
20.01.05 They Weren’t Always Mad, Sad, or Bad: Transitions into Womanhood
20.01.06 Leaving Mango Street and Stereotyped Gender Roles Behind

History of
91.03.09 Building Dreams—Who is there to help you?

and Poetry
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions

Alaskan Inuit
91.02.07 The Inuit Family: A study of its history, beliefs, and images

American
89.05.09 Images of the American Family
90.05.01 Cultural Diversity: The American Family—Past, Present, and Future
90.05.02 Faces of the Family
92.01.06 Social Issues Facing Children
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
13.02.04 A Modern American Family: Creating a Historical Record in the Middle-School Social Studies Classroom

History
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
82.06.10 Family Life in America: Past, Present and Future

New Haven
91.02.08 New Haven Families: Artifacts and Attitudes, 1770s to 1890s

Novel of
87.03.04 Understanding and Appreciating Poetry: Afro-Americans and Their Poetry

Sex Roles and
82.06.09 How Changing Sex Roles Have Affected the Family Unit in the United States
90.04.01 Changing Images of the American Family in Literature and Media: 1945-1990

in Art
90.04.10 Highlights of Modern Family Art and Literature

Asian American
93.03.05 Windows of the World: Family Identity, and Socialization

in Children's Literature
00.04.06 "Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of the Mexican Family through Children's Literature"

Chinese

in Children's Literature
99.01.09 "Wednesday and Friends: Looking at the Chinese Family Through the Eyes of Women Authors"

in Dance
90.05.03 The Family as Seen Through Interpretive Dance

Divorce
82.06.04 Divorce—The Broken Dream
92.01.06 Social Issues Facing Children
94.01.05 To what extent is the application of family law in the best interests of children?

Domestic House
93.01.05 The Domestic House

Drama and
90.02.06 Drama: A Family Connection

Financial Management
82.06.11 Consumer Practices of Low-Income Families with Strategies for Improved Financial Management
82.06.13 Family Finances

Generational Relations
91.01.03 Carefully Taught: The Effect of Regions on Prejudice
94.01.06 Children and Authority: Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities

Handicapped Children
82.06.08 Impact of a Handicapped Child on the Family
92.01.05 Getting to Know Your Classmates with Special Needs

History of
86.01.05 Literature As A Mirror of Reality: The Family In Historical and Sociological Perspectives
89.05.09 Images of the American Family
90.04.08 The Changing Family: How Changes in the Family Reflect Social and Economic Changes in Society
90.05.04 American Life: A Comparison of Colonial Life to Today’s Life
90.05.07 Irish Immigrant Families in Mid-Late 19th Century America
93.04.07 Bridging the Gap Between Cultures

in Literature
86.01.01 The Village and the Stars
86.01.04 The Family and Identity
86.01.05 Literature As A Mirror of Reality: The Family In Historical and Sociological Perspectives
86.01.07 “i Have to Change!” The Role of the Adolescent in the Family A Developmental Unit Approach to Literature
86.01.08 Sociology Through Five Plays
90.04.01 Changing Images of the American Family in Literature and Media: 1945-1990
90.04.02 Depicting Family Life: Changes and Modifications
90.04.03 The Paths of Literature—The Family Today
90.04.10 Highlights of Modern Family Art and Literature
90.05.02 Faces of the Family
90.05.05 Family Matters: Using Children’s Literature to Explore How Families Function
90.05.06 The American Family in Literature
90.05.09 American Families: Portraits of African-American Members
97.02.12 American Children's Literature: A Bibliotherapeutic Approach
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
99.01.04 My Family: Gender Differences and Similarities
13.01.01 Making Meaning: The Search for Identity through Family History

Mexican
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico
95.04.08 Expanding Fifth Grade Ethnic Awareness (Latino and Native American) Through Literature
00.04.06 "Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of the Mexican Family through Children's Literature"

Native American
95.04.08 Expanding Fifth Grade Ethnic Awareness (Latino and Native American) Through Literature

Parenting
92.01.06 Social Issues Facing Children
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films

Planning

Contraception
82.06.03 The History of Birth Control

Teenage Mothers
82.06.02 The Teenage Single Parent

in Poetry
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions

Problems
82.06.07 Helping the Adolescent Cope with Family Life
94.01.05 To what extent is the application of family law in the best interests of children?
94.01.06 Children and Authority: Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities

Social Behavior in
87.05.03 The Effects of Institutions on Human Behavior
87.05.08 Culture in Relationship to the Mind
90.04.02 Depicting Family Life: Changes and Modifications

Substance Abuse in
90.06.01 Babies Deserve A Good Start! Alcoholism: A Three Fold Disease

Teenage Parents
94.01.03 Minority Teenage Fathers: Rights and Responsibilities
94.01.07 Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood: Understanding Its Responsibilities and Impact on Life

West African
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa

Fashion

American

Contemporary
85.06.03 Body Language—The Language of Contemporary Fashion
86.04.06 On the Cutting Edge

History
91.02.01 History through Fashion
01.04.11 A Chronological Look Through Fashion History: A Trip Through Fashion History as Art and Film
11.02.01 Buttons through the Ages: Is the Newer Really Always Better?

Ferre, Rosario

Contemporary Literature
87.01.09 Rosario Ferré: Una cuentista puertorriqueña contemporánea (A Contemporary Puerto Rican Storyteller)

Film

American
96.03.12 Hollywood and Higher Learning
16.03.06 Know Your Rights: Citizenship, Surveillance and Democracy in Post 9/11 America
17.01.02 Accomodatio et Transformatio: Spartacus, Slavery, and the Red Scare

African American
96.03.05 Recognizing Stereotypical Images of African Americans in Television and Movies
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
96.03.12 Hollywood and Higher Learning
96.03.13 Black Actors in American Cinema
96.03.14 In Their Own Words: African-American Contributions to the American Film Industry
98.01.06 Let Justice Roll Down: The Civil Rights Movement Through Film (1954-1965)

Civil Rights
98.01.06 Let Justice Roll Down: The Civil Rights Movement Through Film (1954-1965)

Lee, Spike
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
14.02.09 Using Film as a Gateway to Action Research
15.02.09 Film as Representations of American Democracy and Oppression in the Long 20th Century

Micheaux, Oscar
96.03.14 In Their Own Words: African-American Contributions to the American Film Industry

Migration
98.01.05 A Film and Literature Study of The African - American Migration

Negro Leagues
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement

Rich, Matty
96.03.14 In Their Own Words: African-American Contributions to the American Film Industry

Slavery
96.03.07 The Eye Behind the Camera; the Voice Behind the Story
05.01.03 From Slaves to Soldiers: African Americans and the Civil War

Capra, Frank

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
08.04.07 Democracy: The Rule of the People by the People

Detective

Television and
89.04.05 American Detectives: On TV and in Books

Fiction
88.04.04 America in Film and Fiction
95.02.01 Science Fiction Selections: Connecting Film to Literature for First and Second Graders

the Fifties
98.01.01 Films about the Fifties: Teenagers, Identity, Authority, and Choice

Native American
96.03.01 “Willie Sunday: A Critical Analysis of Factual Information in Film”

Pioneers
98.01.04 Mr. Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of Early Pioneer Life Through Film

Science Fiction
95.02.01 Science Fiction Selections: Connecting Film to Literature for First and Second Graders

Women
95.02.04 Women in Film: What are They Telling Us?

Animation
17.01.03 Anime and the Art of Storytelling

Disney
96.03.02 Using Film and Literature to Examine Uncle Remus: A Comparison and Analysis of the Film—Song Of The South
96.03.03 Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children’s Films
96.03.05 Recognizing Stereotypical Images of African Americans in Television and Movies
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction

Documentary

Cities
03.01.11 The City Symphony- The Original Reality Show

Fashion in
01.04.11 A Chronological Look Through Fashion History: A Trip Through Fashion History as Art and Film

Geography
03.01.01 Teaching Cultural Diversity through both Irish Film and Folklore
03.01.02 Africa, Africans, and Film
03.01.03 From Beijing to St. Petersburg: Riding the Rails through Asia via Film and Literature
03.01.04 Cultural Snapshots: Reflections and Illuminations of Francophone Cultures
03.01.05 A Story, A Story - Embracing Geography, Culture, and Diversity through Film
03.01.06 The Geography of Learning: Creating the World through Film and Literature
03.01.07 Experiences of Diverse Populations via Film
03.01.08 Geography through Film: The Scale of Things
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era
03.01.11 The City Symphony- The Original Reality Show

Hispanics in
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut

Ireland
03.01.01 Teaching Cultural Diversity through both Irish Film and Folklore

Japanese
05.01.09 Japanese Ghosts, Demons, and Haunted Spaces
17.01.04 Women and Power in Adaptations of Macbeth: Welles and Kurosawa

Latin America
98.01.07 Heroes and Villains of the Rain Forest: Latin American History through Film

and Literature
95.02.04 Women in Film: What are They Telling Us?
95.02.05 Using Film and Literature in the Elementary Classroom: The Jungle Book
96.03.03 Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children’s Films
03.01.03 From Beijing to St. Petersburg: Riding the Rails through Asia via Film and Literature
03.01.06 The Geography of Learning: Creating the World through Film and Literature
05.01.01 Teaching Responsibility to Children in Different Cultures through Film and Literature Stories
05.01.04 Whose Voice Is It Anyway? Using Film to Teach Voice
05.01.10 Explorastories: CMTs, the Cinema, and the 5Cs of Foreign Language Learning
17.01.03 Anime and the Art of Storytelling
17.01.04 Women and Power in Adaptations of Macbeth: Welles and Kurosawa
17.01.05 Re-imagining Reading Using Modern Film Updates of Classic Stories
17.01.06 The Power of Stories in Literature and Film
17.01.07 Approaches to Thinking about Film and Literature: Adapting Literature to Capture Authentic Understandings
17.01.08 Jekyll and Hide: Repressing Society's Undesirables

Migration
03.01.07 Experiences of Diverse Populations via Film

Multiculturalism and Diversity
96.03.08 People, Places & Pictures
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
98.01.08 Teaching Ethnicity and Race Through Films
03.01.04 Cultural Snapshots: Reflections and Illuminations of Francophone Cultures
03.01.05 A Story, A Story - Embracing Geography, Culture, and Diversity through Film
05.01.04 Whose Voice Is It Anyway? Using Film to Teach Voice
05.01.07 Family Finding: Exploring Multicultural Families Using Film
05.01.08 Through Film and Literature, in Cultures around the World, Children Grow Up on Anxiety

Music
95.02.11 Teaching Academic Skills Through the Exploration of Music
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut

Puppetry
95.02.08 Friday Funtastic and Friends: The Art of Story-Telling Through Film
96.03.01 “Willie Sunday: A Critical Analysis of Factual Information in Film”
98.01.04 Mr. Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of Early Pioneer Life Through Film

Science Fiction
96.03.08 People, Places & Pictures

Stereotypes
96.03.02 Using Film and Literature to Examine Uncle Remus: A Comparison and Analysis of the Film—Song Of The South
96.03.03 Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children’s Films
96.03.05 Recognizing Stereotypical Images of African Americans in Television and Movies
96.03.07 The Eye Behind the Camera; the Voice Behind the Story
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
96.03.13 Black Actors in American Cinema
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

"Birth of a Nation"
96.03.14 In Their Own Words: African-American Contributions to the American Film Industry

Teaching

Academic Skills
95.02.11 Teaching Academic Skills Through the Exploration of Music
96.03.12 Hollywood and Higher Learning
03.01.06 The Geography of Learning: Creating the World through Film and Literature
05.01.05 Watching, Writing, and Learning: Watching Film and Writing Film Essay as an Introduction to the Elements of Narrative Structure, Character Development, and Causal Logic
05.01.10 Explorastories: CMTs, the Cinema, and the 5Cs of Foreign Language Learning
17.01.05 Re-imagining Reading Using Modern Film Updates of Classic Stories

Acting
95.02.09 Teaching Acting Technique and Building a Character Through Cinema

about AIDS
96.03.04 Using Film As A Springboard To Exploring The Truth About AIDS

Responsibility
05.01.01 Teaching Responsibility to Children in Different Cultures through Film and Literature Stories

Romeo and Juliet
05.01.02 Cultural Distinctions of the Central Themes in Romeo and Juliet

Video Production
03.01.11 The City Symphony- The Original Reality Show
19.01.09 Analyzing the Power and Responsibility of Media Makers in the Technology Classroom

First Aid

Basic
91.05.03 A Sense of Wonder

Folklore (see Fables; Folktales; Literature, Folktales and Fairy Tales)

African
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
98.02.03 African Myths and What They Teach

African American
93.02.06 Choose Your Path

American
78.03.08 A Unit on American Folklore
87.04.05 Connecticut Folklore: Fact or Fiction?
89.05.07 Playing with American Folk Heroes of the Nineteenth Century
90.04.05 How the African American Storyteller Impacts the Black Family and Society

Hispanic

Panamanian
84.03.04 A Folklore Approach to Teaching Spanish Exploratory Classes

Puerto Rican
82.05.09 Mythology: A Study of Puerto Rican Myths, Legends and Folktales

Ireland
03.01.01 Teaching Cultural Diversity through both Irish Film and Folklore

Japanese
05.01.09 Japanese Ghosts, Demons, and Haunted Spaces

Literature and
79.04.02 Myths, Folktales and Fairy Tales

Oral Tradition

Chinese
84.04.03 Women in Traditional China and their Portrayal in Chinese Folktales

Fables
84.04.01 Folklore in the Oral Tradition, Fairytales, Fables and Folk-legend
84.04.04 Once Upon A Time
84.04.06 A Dash of Folk, A Pinch of Fairy Recipes for Playmaking
84.04.07 We Want Our Rites! Folk and Fairy Tales as Initiation

Folktales (see Fables; Folklore; Literature, Fairy Tales)

African American
93.02.02 Folktakes—The Mirror of Humanity
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.07 Folktales and Social Development
93.02.10 Folktales of Zora Neale Hurston
93.03.04 Drama and African American Folktales: Addressing the Social Development Needs of My Students

Slavery
96.03.07 The Eye Behind the Camera; the Voice Behind the Story

African French
93.02.01 Similarities Between African Folktales and French Folktales

European
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.07 Folktales and Social Development

General
93.02.11 Integrating Folktales with Light Up the Sky, New Haven’s Fifth Grade Reading Text
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales
97.02.10 Tales from around the World

Hispanic

Puerto Rican
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.12 Puerto Rican Folktales

Native American
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore

Type

Animals
93.02.02 Folktakes—The Mirror of Humanity
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
93.02.07 Folktales and Social Development
93.02.08 African-American Folktales and their Use in an Integrated Curriculum
93.02.09 Folktales: Oral Traditions as a Basis for Instruction in our Schools
93.02.10 Folktales of Zora Neale Hurston
93.02.12 Puerto Rican Folktales
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales
13.01.02 Blame It on Little Red Riding Hood
17.01.01 Recapturing Our Lost Youth: Using "Little Red Riding Hood" to Engage Reluctant Readers

Cinderella
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales
04.02.02 Representation of Ethnicity through Fairy Tales: Cinderella

Extraordinary Births
93.02.01 Similarities Between African Folktales and French Folktales

Heroes
93.02.07 Folktales and Social Development
93.02.11 Integrating Folktales with Light Up the Sky, New Haven’s Fifth Grade Reading Text
93.02.12 Puerto Rican Folktales
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales
98.01.02 Herstory: Women portrayed in film

Pour Quoi" Tales"
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.10 Folktales of Zora Neale Hurston
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales

Tricksters
93.02.02 Folktakes—The Mirror of Humanity
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art
93.02.05 Cultural Understanding through Folklore
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
93.02.07 Folktales and Social Development
93.02.09 Folktales: Oral Traditions as a Basis for Instruction in our Schools
93.02.10 Folktales of Zora Neale Hurston
97.02.09 Cultural Unity through Folktales
98.02.04 Three African Trickster Myths/Tales -- Primary Style

Unlikely Heroes
93.02.03 Heroes and Heroines in the Family
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
93.02.11 Integrating Folktales with Light Up the Sky, New Haven’s Fifth Grade Reading Text

Food

Candy and Cookies

Chocolate
99.04.05 Chocolate and Ice Cream Across the Curriculum

Science
09.03.05 Sweet Science: How Sugar Molecules Are Manipulated in Candy Making
09.03.07 Young Engineers: Understanding Engineering through Cooking
09.03.08 Chocolate Chipping Away at the Rock Cycle

Cooking of

Gingerbread
06.04.01 Gingerbread Architecture: An Exploration of Architecture and Engineering

Latin America
99.02.09 Popul Vuh

Science
09.03.01 Catering Middle-School Science: Monomers, Polymers, and Macromolecules
09.03.02 Cooking Up the Scientific Method
09.03.03 A Taste of Korea: A Chemistry-Geography Adventure!
09.03.04 Sweet Twinkie, Density and Sugar Chomping Yeast: A Look at Physical and Chemical Reactions in the Kitchen
09.03.05 Sweet Science: How Sugar Molecules Are Manipulated in Candy Making
09.03.06 It's Alive! Using Microorganisms in Cooking
09.03.07 Young Engineers: Understanding Engineering through Cooking
09.03.08 Chocolate Chipping Away at the Rock Cycle
09.03.09 Cook Me Up Some Equations
09.03.10 Fluid Thinking about Liquids and Solids
09.03.11 Edible Transformations
09.03.12 Mixing It Up!
20.02.01 We Are What We Eat! The Importance of Nutritional Facts Labels and Balanced Diet in Making Healthy Food Choices
20.02.02 The Physics of Cooking: How Energy Conservation and Thermodynamics Can Improve the Lives of Millions
20.02.03 Introduction to Chemistry of Food and Cooking
20.02.04 How Do We Use Electromagnetic Waves to Cook Food?
20.02.05 The Chemistry of Playdough

and Energy
04.04.08 Energetic Energy: A Child’s Guide to Responsible Energy Use
11.04.06 Thinking about Food: Making Sustainable Food Choices
20.02.02 The Physics of Cooking: How Energy Conservation and Thermodynamics Can Improve the Lives of Millions

Food Pyramid
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid

Genetically Modified
00.07.01 Inside Out: An Up-Close Look At Foods We Eat
07.05.04 Genetically Engineered Food: Altering the Blueprint
14.04.08 Generation GMO: The Good, the Bad and the Genetically Modified

Ice Cream
99.04.05 Chocolate and Ice Cream Across the Curriculum
09.03.11 Edible Transformations

of Korea
09.03.03 A Taste of Korea: A Chemistry-Geography Adventure!

Quality of
02.05.05 Food and Your Body -- How to Maintain a Healthy Diet
02.05.07 You Are What You Eat: How Food Quality Affects Your Health

Safety
02.05.09 Nutritional Influence on Illness and Disease

Science
09.03.01 Catering Middle-School Science: Monomers, Polymers, and Macromolecules
09.03.02 Cooking Up the Scientific Method
09.03.03 A Taste of Korea: A Chemistry-Geography Adventure!
09.03.04 Sweet Twinkie, Density and Sugar Chomping Yeast: A Look at Physical and Chemical Reactions in the Kitchen
09.03.05 Sweet Science: How Sugar Molecules Are Manipulated in Candy Making
09.03.06 It's Alive! Using Microorganisms in Cooking
09.03.07 Young Engineers: Understanding Engineering through Cooking
09.03.08 Chocolate Chipping Away at the Rock Cycle
09.03.09 Cook Me Up Some Equations
09.03.10 Fluid Thinking about Liquids and Solids
09.03.11 Edible Transformations
09.03.12 Mixing It Up!

Sources

Methods of Growing
00.07.01 Inside Out: An Up-Close Look At Foods We Eat

Sustainability
11.04.06 Thinking about Food: Making Sustainable Food Choices

Teaching Young Children about
02.05.01 Qué comes tú?/What do you eat?
04.04.08 Energetic Energy: A Child’s Guide to Responsible Energy Use

Vegetarianism
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid

Foreign Language Instruction

Art and
81.04.07 Teaching a Second Language through Art Using the Yale Art Gallery
81.04.12 Teaching a Second Language through Art
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements

French

Acadian
83.06.02 The Preservation of a Heritage: Study of the Acadians

Art
14.01.07 Pictures Tell the Story -- From Caves to Comics: Using Images from French History to Motivate Reluctant Language Learners

Basic
80.01.07 An Exploratory Approach to the Teaching of French in the Middle School
14.02.01 Worldbuilding in a Middle School French Classroom: A Community-Based, Communication-Focused Structure for Meaningful Language Learning
12.02.02 Learning about Others while Talking about Self: Role-Playing around the Francophone World, Using Passports and "Fauxbook" Profiles

Drama
86.03.02 Masks, Costumes, Ceremony: Life in Seventeenth Century France

Food
10.01.12 Fast Food in France: Would You Like Cherry Tomatoes with That? Using Advertisements, Menus, and Web Sites in Middle-School French Classes

Francophone Cultures
03.01.04 Cultural Snapshots: Reflections and Illuminations of Francophone Cultures

in Indochina
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

Mystery Stories
82.01.07 Reading is a Mystery!

Poetry
09.02.02 Futurism: Capturing Modern Technology
11.03.11 Pêche, Poire, Papaye, Pastèque: Breathing Life into Building Vocabulary by Exploring and Writing Poetry in the French Classroom

in West Africa
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa
03.01.04 Cultural Snapshots: Reflections and Illuminations of Francophone Cultures

Nutrition
07.05.02 À Votre Santé: A French-Language Unit on Nutrition

Spanish
98.01.07 Heroes and Villains of the Rain Forest: Latin American History through Film

Advertising in
10.01.02 Publicidad en Español

Art
14.01.05 Using Images to Teach Grammatical Concepts in Spanish

Rivera, Diego
85.04.05 The Art and Times of Diego Rivera
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements

Consumer Practices
10.01.07 Really, ¿Quiero Taco Bell?: A Multicultural Marketing Approach

Cuba
08.04.03 Representations of Cuba

through Drama
82.05.01 Adapting Narratives for Skits to Teach Language through Drama

Language Skills
80.01.01 An Introduction to Don Quixote
84.03.01 The Mexican-American Influence on the United States
84.03.04 A Folklore Approach to Teaching Spanish Exploratory Classes
84.03.06 Teaching Culture: Beyond Language
84.03.07 Latin American Women: Finding New Heroes
84.03.09 Hablamos español: An Oral Course for Students of Spanish
84.03.10 The Bilingual Students: Understanding Language Imagery
14.01.05 Using Images to Teach Grammatical Concepts in Spanish
14.01.06 Writing from Images: Bringing the Latin American Heritage into the Classroom

Literature

Latin America
85.04.03 Famous Hispanics
95.04.01 El Sabor del Caribe / A Taste of the Caribbean (An analysis of the symbolism of food in the oral and written literature of the Caribbean)
14.01.06 Writing from Images: Bringing the Latin American Heritage into the Classroom

Marketing in
10.01.09 Assembling the Latino Consumer

Poetry
09.02.02 Futurism: Capturing Modern Technology

Puerto Rican Folklore and Mythology
82.05.09 Mythology: A Study of Puerto Rican Myths, Legends and Folktales

Short Story

Quiroga, Horacio
85.04.02 Horacio Quiroga: the Poe of Latin America
09.02.04 Advanced Spanish Taught through the Short Stories of Quiroga

Writing
81.04.01 Writing Up a Spanish Storm: Using Creative Thinking for Creative Writing

Foreign Policy

American

1898-1945
78.03.06 America’s Wars, 1898-1945

1945-1952
79.02.01 The Foreign Policies of Harry S. Truman
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

1932-1941
78.03.05 The Foreign Policy of Franklin D. Roosevelt To The Entry Into World War II

1945-2000
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

Arms Trade

U.S. and Iran
82.04.08 The United States and Iran: The Allocation of Weapon Systems as an Imperialist Tool to Protect Capitalist Interest

United Nations
02.03.03 Investigating Conflict Resolution Through the United Nations

Forensics

Debate

of Teenage Rights
88.01.01 Debating Teenage Rights

Forensic Science

Cause of Death

Cardiac Arrest
07.05.08 Cardiac Arrest! Using Forensics to Investigate Cardiovascular Anatomy and Function

Criminal Justice
95.03.07 Science and the Law
12.03.06 When Solving an Equation Means Solving a Crime
16.04.04 Properties of Matter: A Forensic Science Approach

Fossils

Crusty

History of
85.07.03 The Crusty Fossils

Dinosaur
85.07.04 Dinosaurs Here Yesterday Gone Today

France

Art of

Caillebotte, Gustave
01.02.09 Documentarians of an Era: A Study of the Paintings of Thomas Eakins and Gustave Caillebotte

History
91.02.01 History through Fashion
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture

Impressionism
82.04.03 Visions of People: The Influences of Japanese Prints—Ukiyo-e Upon Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century French Art
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture

Film
05.01.10 Explorastories: CMTs, the Cinema, and the 5Cs of Foreign Language Learning

Folktales
93.02.01 Similarities Between African Folktales and French Folktales

History of
90.01.08 Spain and France Influence in Europe and in the New World

Nineteenth Century
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture

Seventeenth Century
86.03.02 Masks, Costumes, Ceremony: Life in Seventeenth Century France

Twentieth Century

in Indochina
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

during Occupation 1940-1944
02.03.06 Expression under Suppression: The Artistic Response to the Occupation of France during World War II

Literature of

Les Miserables
87.02.10 Les Misérables

Franklin, Benjamin
82.02.03 My Place In Time
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates

French

Cajun/Acadian
88.02.01 The Cajuns: Natives with a Difference!
91.02.02 Cajun Music: the Voice of the Cajun Family

Culture in the U.S.
92.02.02 French Creoles in Louisiana: An American Tale
13.02.02 Land and People: French Canadian Immigration to the United States and Describing Family Members through Role-Play and Letter Writing

Language Instruction

Acadian
83.06.02 The Preservation of a Heritage: Study of the Acadians

Art and Culture
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture
14.01.07 Pictures Tell the Story -- From Caves to Comics: Using Images from French History to Motivate Reluctant Language Learners

Basic
80.01.07 An Exploratory Approach to the Teaching of French in the Middle School
14.02.01 Worldbuilding in a Middle School French Classroom: A Community-Based, Communication-Focused Structure for Meaningful Language Learning

Drama
86.03.02 Masks, Costumes, Ceremony: Life in Seventeenth Century France

Film
05.01.10 Explorastories: CMTs, the Cinema, and the 5Cs of Foreign Language Learning

about Food
10.01.12 Fast Food in France: Would You Like Cherry Tomatoes with That? Using Advertisements, Menus, and Web Sites in Middle-School French Classes

Francophone Cultures
03.01.04 Cultural Snapshots: Reflections and Illuminations of Francophone Cultures
13.02.02 Land and People: French Canadian Immigration to the United States and Describing Family Members through Role-Play and Letter Writing

Mystery Stories
82.01.07 Reading is a Mystery!

Nutrition
07.05.02 À Votre Santé: A French-Language Unit on Nutrition

Poetry
09.02.06 Poetry and Differentiated Instruction in the Middle-School French Classroom
11.03.11 Pêche, Poire, Papaye, Pastèque: Breathing Life into Building Vocabulary by Exploring and Writing Poetry in the French Classroom

Froebel, Fredrich
93.01.01 Kids/Blocks/Learning



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