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Native Americans

Art
80.02.02 The Native American: Through the Eyes of His Mask With a Special Focus on the Indians of Connecticut
92.02.05 Rediscovering the Aztec Indians
98.03.07 Masks and the Stories behind Them
98.03.08 The Environmental Adaptation of the Native American Indian
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans
15.01.05 A Study of American Indian History: Cultural Identity and Artistic Expression
15.01.07 Contemporary Native American Fictional Accounts of Hope and Fear
15.01.08 The Surviving and Thriving of Cultures: Foundational Study of American Indian History for Literature

Tainos
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

Aztec
85.06.02 Mexican Culture Taught Through the Aztec Calendar
92.02.05 Rediscovering the Aztec Indians
99.02.07 Broken Shields/Enduring Culture

Mythology
84.03.03 Pre-Colombian Mythology
94.04.03 Mosaic America: Patterns of Racism

Religion
94.04.03 Mosaic America: Patterns of Racism

Time

Measurement of
85.06.02 Mexican Culture Taught Through the Aztec Calendar

Civil Rights
93.04.05 Mosaic America Through Literary Art: The Civil Rights Movement via African Americans, Chicanos and Native Americans

Colonial
79.02.05 The African and the Pequot in Colonial America

Culture
92.04.01 Researching Columbus: Encounters and Exchanges
93.04.06 Visual Arts, Literary Arts, and Performing Arts: Their Connection and Place in America’s Minority Culture
96.03.01 “Willie Sunday: A Critical Analysis of Factual Information in Film”
96.04.11 Footsteps to Liberty: A Journal Journey
98.03.08 The Environmental Adaptation of the Native American Indian
05.03.07 Spaces and Places of the Native Americans
15.01.05 A Study of American Indian History: Cultural Identity and Artistic Expression
15.01.07 Contemporary Native American Fictional Accounts of Hope and Fear
15.01.08 The Surviving and Thriving of Cultures: Foundational Study of American Indian History for Literature
19.02.04 Incorporating Native American History and Settler Colonialism in the AP United States History Course

History
92.02.01 The Indians’ Discovery of Columbus
93.04.06 Visual Arts, Literary Arts, and Performing Arts: Their Connection and Place in America’s Minority Culture
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
97.03.04 Keeping the Home Fires: The lives of Western women
99.03.03 Native Americans and the Clash of Cultures: Then and Now
04.02.10 Sacred Cows for High School Creative Writing Students
15.01.01 A Year in the Life of an Algonquian Family
15.01.03 Teaching Young Children About the Cherokee Trail Of Tears
15.01.06 Overcoming the Absence of Native Americans in the History Curriculum
15.01.08 The Surviving and Thriving of Cultures: Foundational Study of American Indian History for Literature
19.02.04 Incorporating Native American History and Settler Colonialism in the AP United States History Course

Legends
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

Masks
98.03.07 Masks and the Stories behind Them

Mythology
98.02.02 The Native American Myths: Creation to Death
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

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

Pictographs
96.04.11 Footsteps to Liberty: A Journal Journey

Plains Indians
03.02.03 Plains Indians: An Interdisciplinary Unit of Study

Pocahontas
96.03.01 “Willie Sunday: A Critical Analysis of Factual Information in Film”
96.03.06 Pocahontas, From Fiction to Fact: Using Disney’s Film to Teach the True Story
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction

Poetry
91.04.01 Finding New Voices: Native American Poets

Powhatan
96.03.06 Pocahontas, From Fiction to Fact: Using Disney’s Film to Teach the True Story
03.02.05 Native Americans of the East Coast: With Special Reference to Iroquois, Pequot and Powhatan Women.

Relocation
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
99.03.03 Native Americans and the Clash of Cultures: Then and Now
15.01.03 Teaching Young Children About the Cherokee Trail Of Tears

Sacagawea
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women

South American
92.02.06 Dividing the Spoils: Portugal and Spain in South America

Southwestern
91.01.01 Between Aztlan and Quivira: Europeans and Indians in the Southwestern United States

Tainos
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

Totem Poles
85.06.01 Totem Poles of the North American Northwest Coast Indians

Natural Resources

Consumption of
10.04.04 Renewable Energy in Connecticut – Softening Our Footprint through Sustainable Energy Use

Forests
81.05.04 A Tree Is More Than A Street Name

Fossil Fuels (see Sustainability)

Air Pollution from Combustion
86.06.04 Where, Oh Where is All the Clean Air?
86.06.05 Atmospheric Changes and Energy Loss Due to Industrial and Residential Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels
86.06.06 Motivational Techniques and Materials for Teaching High School Science in the City of New Haven

Coal
86.06.01 Coal As A Source of Energy
86.06.03 Mathematics: Problems on Coal and Energy

Oil and Gas
86.06.02 Oil and Gas As A Source of Energy

Water
81.05.03 Water, Promises and Problems
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions
03.05.02 Think Before You Drink!
03.05.03 The Journey of New Haven Water
03.05.04 Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
03.05.05 Water: Our Most Important Beverage
03.05.06 The New Haven Oyster Industry and Water Quality
03.05.07 Water Will, Water Way
03.05.08 WHO Wants Clean Water! Do You? Solving Conflicts Over International Water Rights Issues
03.05.09 Kids Conserve… Water Preserved

Wetlands
95.05.03 Connecticut’s Freshwater Wetlands

New Haven, Connecticut

African American Population

Biography
85.05.04 Against The Tide: Three Who Made It!
92.03.08 Examining the African American Role in New Haven History: Pride in the Past—Hope for the Future

Migration
92.03.01 New Haven—Our Home and Our Learning Lab

Architecture and
83.01.01 SENSES, SPACES AND STRUCTURE
83.01.02 Architecture: Experiences in Space Perception for Young People
83.01.04 Looking At History Through Architecture
83.01.05 Living in Style—The New Haven Green and Its Architecture
86.03.05 Wooster Square in the Context of the Italian Renaissance
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture
93.01.03 Play on Architecture
08.03.01 Mapping the Neighborhood

Art

Public
08.03.05 Discovering New Haven’s History of Public Art

Bridges
01.05.03 Bridges: Joining Communities Together
01.05.05 Fair Haven Community and the Grand Avenue Bridge

Ecology
05.05.01 The Impacts of Human Activities on Biodiversity in New Haven County

Water
03.05.03 The Journey of New Haven Water
03.05.04 Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink

Wildlife
80.05.06 Observing City Animals

Energy for
10.04.04 Renewable Energy in Connecticut – Softening Our Footprint through Sustainable Energy Use

Fair Haven

Ecology
79.03.05 Fair Haven: An Historical and Ecological Field Study
79.06.03 Environment of Fair Haven
17.02.08 New Haven Watershed Problems in 2017

Grand Avenue Bridge
01.05.05 Fair Haven Community and the Grand Avenue Bridge

History
79.03.05 Fair Haven: An Historical and Ecological Field Study

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

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

Fences
08.03.03 Breaking Down Fences -- Revealing The Past

Geological History
80.05.01 The Evolution of Plants
95.05.01 Geology of Connecticut
95.05.07 A Special Relationship: Connecticut and Its Settlers

Green
05.03.04 Memory and Place on the New Haven Green, 1638-1876

Harbor

Oceanography
79.06.05 Long Island Sound—Our Heritage

Hill Neighborhood
79.03.04 New Haven’s Hill Neighborhood
05.03.03 Knowing Our Neighborhood

Flora and Fauna
05.05.05 Flora and Fauna of the Hill Neighborhood

Hispanic Population

Integration
89.01.01 Integrating the Hispanic Youth Population of the Hill into the New Haven Community

Political Progress
82.05.02 Political Development of Puerto Ricans in New Haven

Tools and Art
08.03.06 Tools and Art in the Hispanic Homes of New Haven

History (see History, New Haven, Connecticut)
91.02.08 New Haven Families: Artifacts and Attitudes, 1770s to 1890s
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England
92.03.01 New Haven—Our Home and Our Learning Lab
98.04.05 Who Gets to Invent and How Do Inventors Change Our Lives

Amistad Affair
78.02.09 Two Controversial Cases in New Haven History: The Amistad Affair (1839) and The Black Panther Trials (1970)
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))
90.02.08 The Amistad Affair: Problem Solving Applied Through Theater
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery
08.03.09 The Amistad Story: Commemorating a Local Narrative

African American
97.04.04 William Lanson: New Haven’s African King

Colonial Life
92.03.03 A New Look At Old New Haven
03.02.04 History of Early New Haven: A Connection to Our Past
03.02.08 Leaving England and Coming to New Haven with John Davenport
08.03.02 Pride of Place: New Haven circa 1750
08.03.08 Living Memorials: Honoring Your Family

Immigration
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.

Monuments
85.06.08 Touchstones
08.03.08 Living Memorials: Honoring Your Family

Period Room, 1800-2000
08.03.04 Cultural Artifacts in a Time of Change: Material Culture of Daily Life

Photographs
06.01.03 New Haven, Then and Now: A Story in Photographs
08.03.04 Cultural Artifacts in a Time of Change: Material Culture of Daily Life

as Home
05.03.06 What Is Home?: Place as a Factor in Culture, History and Perspective

Industry
79.03.03 Discover Eli Whitney
79.03.08 New Haven Is Not Just Another One-Horse Town: New Haven on the Move, 1800-1920
92.03.01 New Haven—Our Home and Our Learning Lab
92.03.03 A New Look At Old New Haven
98.04.05 Who Gets to Invent and How Do Inventors Change Our Lives

Oyster
03.05.06 The New Haven Oyster Industry and Water Quality
05.05.04 Historical Harbor Habitats

Mapping Neighborhoods
08.03.01 Mapping the Neighborhood
08.03.07 My Maps, My Neighborhood

Maritime History
79.03.02 New Haven—Maritime History and Arts
80.02.04 New Haven: Its Ships and Its Trades, 1800-1920

Mill River
93.05.01 The Mill River: An Outdoor Laboratory

Murals
99.02.06 Diego Rivera: A Man and His Murals

Porches
05.03.01 The Architectural and Social Space of the American Front Porch

Social History (1865-1900)
79.03.07 New Haven and the Nation 1865-1900 A Social History Labor, Immigration, Reform
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture
92.03.01 New Haven—Our Home and Our Learning Lab

Urban Life
81.01.03 A Method of Teaching “Turned Off”: Inner-City Youths to Produce Urban Literature
81.01.04 The City and The Family
92.03.05 My City, My Home: Good Neighborhoods Are Essential To a Better City
13.02.10 New Haven History: Block by Block
14.02.11 Does Community Truly Bring Unity?

Urban Renewal
79.03.06 Urban Renewal in New Haven

New York City

Architecture

Bridges
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion

Art
92.04.07 America's Urban Landscape

History

Industrial Revolution
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion

Social History
81.01.06 Past and Present New York Through A Comparative Study of Photography and Poetry

Nuclear Energy
81.05.02 Nuclear Energy
96.02.05 Environmental Health Hazards and Children
11.04.05 The Future of Nuclear Energy: Forbidden Joules

Nuclear (see Technology)

Nutrition (see Health)

Adolescent

American
84.05.04 Teenage Diet
84.05.05 Eating Disorders and Adolescents: Conflict of Self Image
91.05.05 ADOLESCENT OBESITY
02.05.03 Food Environmental Quality and Health
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid

Art
07.05.03 Using Pop Art Imagery to Inspire Healthy Eating

Disorders
84.05.05 Eating Disorders and Adolescents: Conflict of Self Image
91.05.05 ADOLESCENT OBESITY
91.05.09 Dysfunctional Adolescent Behavior

Obesity
91.05.05 ADOLESCENT OBESITY
07.05.06 Adolescent Obesity and Susceptibility to Disease

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

Needs and Ingestion
84.05.04 Teenage Diet
91.05.03 A Sense of Wonder
91.05.08 Mathematics Through Nutrition
97.07.09 Nutrition: It’s in Your hands
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

Animal Sources
00.07.01 Inside Out: An Up-Close Look At Foods We Eat

Dietary Supplements
06.05.02 Dietary Supplements and the Chemistry of Life

Plant Sources
00.07.01 Inside Out: An Up-Close Look At Foods We Eat
07.05.05 Eating the Rainbow: A Student's Guide to Healthy Foods That Grow



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