Index of all Curriculum Units, 1978-2020
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Immigration (see History, American, Immigration)

African
98.04.08 American Political Thought: Minority Influence
99.03.04 Immigration and American Life Graphing Immigration Data
99.03.09 African-Americans and Immigration in American Life

American
88.02.06 The American Experience
96.04.05 The Diversity of Filipinos in the United States
96.04.07 Crossing the Border, A Study of Immigration Through Literature
96.04.09 Moving Communities and Immigration into the Bilingual Classroom
96.04.10 Dramatizing the Immigrant Experience
99.03.01 Immigration in the United States
99.03.05 New Beginnings
05.02.08 Who Am I and Why Must I be Called Anything?
09.02.07 Modern Literature and the Arts, Seen through the Experience of American Immigrants
13.02.02 Land and People: French Canadian Immigration to the United States and Describing Family Members through Role-Play and Letter Writing
13.02.04 A Modern American Family: Creating a Historical Record in the Middle-School Social Studies Classroom
13.02.06 Exploring Bloodlines through Immigration and Migration
13.02.11 How Music Moved: The Genesis of Genres in Urban Centers

Drama
96.04.09 Moving Communities and Immigration into the Bilingual Classroom

Irish
90.05.07 Irish Immigrant Families in Mid-Late 19th Century America
13.02.03 Irish Immigration and the Power of the Visual Image

New Haven, Connecticut
79.03.07 New Haven and the Nation 1865-1900 A Social History Labor, Immigration, Reform
99.03.02 Those Who Built New Haven
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration
13.02.10 New Haven History: Block by Block
14.02.05 New Haven. The Haven.

of Northeast
88.02.03 Immigration into an Urban Industralized Northeast: 1879-1914

Chinese
98.04.08 American Political Thought: Minority Influence
99.03.04 Immigration and American Life Graphing Immigration Data
03.04.02 The Physics of Flight

Cuban
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean

Dominican Republic
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean
96.04.06 Coming to America: Opportunities, Risks, Consequences
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000
96.04.10 Dramatizing the Immigrant Experience

Filipino
96.04.05 The Diversity of Filipinos in the United States

and Film
03.01.07 Experiences of Diverse Populations via Film

Hispanic
92.04.11 A Celebration of Cultural Richness in Our Community
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean
96.04.06 Coming to America: Opportunities, Risks, Consequences
96.04.07 Crossing the Border, A Study of Immigration Through Literature
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000
96.04.09 Moving Communities and Immigration into the Bilingual Classroom
98.05.09 Becoming a "Gringo": Immigrants, Language Learning and Acculturation
99.03.10 America's Future Culture
00.04.08 Latin Culture Through Art and Literature
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration

Mexico to USA
84.03.01 The Mexican-American Influence on the United States
84.03.02 Hispanic Immigrants: Trials and Tribulations
96.04.01 Contemporary Mexican and Puerto Rican Immigration
96.04.02 Four Immigrant Groups: Their Lives and Music
96.04.06 Coming to America: Opportunities, Risks, Consequences
96.04.10 Dramatizing the Immigrant Experience
98.04.08 American Political Thought: Minority Influence

Photography
09.01.01 I Came, I Saw, I Wrote: An Interdisciplinary Writing Unit for Bilingual Students

Puerto Rican
84.03.02 Hispanic Immigrants: Trials and Tribulations
96.04.01 Contemporary Mexican and Puerto Rican Immigration
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean
96.04.04 Coming to America
96.04.06 Coming to America: Opportunities, Risks, Consequences
96.04.09 Moving Communities and Immigration into the Bilingual Classroom
96.04.10 Dramatizing the Immigrant Experience
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought
99.03.04 Immigration and American Life Graphing Immigration Data
99.03.07 The Non-Immigrants Immigrants: Puerto Ricans
00.01.01 A Woman’s Immigrant Experience
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut

Irish
92.04.11 A Celebration of Cultural Richness in Our Community
99.03.08 St. Patrick-Symbol of Irishness

Italian
92.04.11 A Celebration of Cultural Richness in Our Community
99.03.06 The Italian Immigrant Experience in America (1870-1920)

Japanese
99.03.04 Immigration and American Life Graphing Immigration Data

Jews

Eastern Europe to America
79.02.02 From The Shtetl To The Tenement: The East European Jews and America, A Social History 1850-1925

Imperialism

American (1898-1908)
78.03.07 Empire Beyond the Seas
19.02.02 Talking Back to Empire: Investigating International Issues & Human Rights With New Lenses

India

Culture
81.01.02 Madras (India) and Boston—A Comparative Study and Analysis

Gandhi and
98.03.05 Mohandas Gandhi: The Art of Nonviolence

Indians (see Native Americans)

Industrial Arts

Cannon

Construction of
81.02.04 Major Cannon of Great Britain and America from 1780-1880 as a Model to Promote the Concept of ‘Living History’

Mechanical Drawing
89.06.05 Crystals: Geometry and Groups

Industry

American

Effects in New Haven
89.01.14 Newhallville:A Neighborhood of Changing Prosperity
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth

History
80.06.06 Work and the American Dream
80.06.07 Our Working History

Health and Safety
96.02.07 Occupational Health & Safety in Textiles
04.04.01 Energy Generating a Culture: Early American Coal Miners and Coal Mining Culture

Revolution

America

Urban
88.02.03 Immigration into an Urban Industralized Northeast: 1879-1914
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion

England
81.02.06 The Industrial Revolution

Textile
96.02.07 Occupational Health & Safety in Textiles

Intelligence, Human

Cognitive Development

Early Childhood
01.06.05 Developing and Assessing the Intelligence of a Kindergartner: A Practical Approach
01.06.11 A Multiple Intelligence Approach to the Physiology of the Brain and How Middle School Students Learn

Gardner, Howard
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
01.06.04 The Semantics of Intelligence Illustrated in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men
01.06.06 Quiet Time: An environment for school success
01.06.11 A Multiple Intelligence Approach to the Physiology of the Brain and How Middle School Students Learn

Goleman, Daniel
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents
01.06.09 Working With Children's Powers Not Their Handicaps
01.06.10 Multiple Intelligences: The Learning Process in Our Students

and Literature

Steinbeck, John

Of Mice and Men
01.06.04 The Semantics of Intelligence Illustrated in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men

"Multiple" and "Triarchic"
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
01.06.04 The Semantics of Intelligence Illustrated in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men
01.06.06 Quiet Time: An environment for school success

Salovey, Peter
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents

Social/Emotional

Self-Awareness
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents
01.06.09 Working With Children's Powers Not Their Handicaps

Sternberg, Robert
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
01.06.04 The Semantics of Intelligence Illustrated in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men
01.06.06 Quiet Time: An environment for school success
01.06.11 A Multiple Intelligence Approach to the Physiology of the Brain and How Middle School Students Learn

Internet

Drama and
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought

Privacy and
00.03.01 Invasion of Privacy--Has Cyber-Technology Made Privacy a Thing of the Past?

Science Teaching
95.05.04 Geology and Connecticut
95.05.06 LIONS and TIGERS and BEARS. . .Oh My! Animals of Connecticut and the World
95.05.10 A Mathematical Look at Connecticut’s Geological Environmental
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children
99.07.06 "Designing Accessible Websites for Blind and Visually Impaired"

Astronomy
96.06.03 Asteroids, Comets, and Meteorites: Their Intimate Relation with Life on Earth

Use
14.01.03 I Am Not My Cell Phone: Mindful Use of Internet Technology with Visual Analysis

Web Page Design
99.07.06 "Designing Accessible Websites for Blind and Visually Impaired"

Inventors

American
98.04.05 Who Gets to Invent and How Do Inventors Change Our Lives

Iran

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

Israel

History of
93.04.07 Bridging the Gap Between Cultures



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