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Paleontology

Connecticut
95.05.01 Geology of Connecticut

of Dinosaurs
85.07.04 Dinosaurs Here Yesterday Gone Today

Paleobiology

of Arthropoda
85.07.03 The Crusty Fossils

of Saurians
85.07.04 Dinosaurs Here Yesterday Gone Today

Parks

American History in
90.03.09 Famous Afro-Americans Historical Sites Recognized by the National Park System

Connecticut
90.03.02 Outdoor Museums: History and Parks
90.07.08 Some Physics for High School Math Students

Geology and
90.03.11 The National Parks: Teaching the Geology of America

U. S. National
90.03.01 The Wilderness Concept-Our National Parks, History, and Issues
90.03.02 Outdoor Museums: History and Parks
90.03.03 The People and Philosophy Behind Our National Parks: A Biographical Curriculum Unit
90.03.04 The Ingredients Needed for a Musical National Park
90.03.06 Introducing Children To National Parks
90.03.08 The Four Corners Region of the United States Cultures, Ruins and Landmarks

History of
90.03.05 Eclectic Perspectives for the Study of National Parks
90.07.07 Up, Up, And Away
90.07.10 Historical Developments of the Aircraft Industry with Mathematical Applications

Paton, Alan

Cry, the Beloved Country
86.01.04 The Family and Identity

Peabody Museum

Animals
95.05.06 LIONS and TIGERS and BEARS. . .Oh My! Animals of Connecticut and the World
95.05.08 The Animal Kingdom

Connecticut
95.05.09 Integrating PHysical Science and the Geological Environment
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children

Minerals
95.05.01 Geology of Connecticut
95.05.04 Geology and Connecticut
95.05.09 Integrating PHysical Science and the Geological Environment

Philosophy

Ethics

War

Just War Theory
02.03.01 Just War Theory and the Wars of the 20th Century

Food Consumption
04.02.10 Sacred Cows for High School Creative Writing Students

Greek

Origin of Life
80.05.11 The Origin of Life: A History of Ancient Greek Theories

Political

Civil Disobedience and Passive Resistence
87.03.02 Non-violent Protest Through The Ages

Utopian

in Literature
79.01.06 Utopias: Man's View of Society Perfected

Physical Education

Movement

Training of
83.05.05 Salvage the Senses
83.05.07 The Teacher Directs: The Experience of Movement in Literature

and Music

"Mozart Effect"
01.06.07 Nurturing the Body and Mind in Physical Education with Mozart

and Writing Instruction
02.04.05 Integrating the Craft of Writing into Physical Education

Physics

Dimensional Analysis
91.06.03 Scaling the Natural World Using Dimensional Analysis

Discovery of X-ray
83.07.01 An Historical Overview of the Discovery of the X-Ray

Electricity

Basic Concepts
81.05.01 An Electrical Consumer’s Survival Plan
89.07.06 How Computers Have Simplified Accounting

Cell Phones
03.04.07 The Physics of Cell Phones

Energy
16.04.03 You can have my dead battery, No Charge
20.02.04 How Do We Use Electromagnetic Waves to Cook Food?

Basic Principles of
81.05.09 Energy Alternatives
04.04.04 Energy in a Clean Environment
04.04.06 Energy and Work: Transformation through Engines
04.04.07 Energy All Around: Energy in Our Lives

Nuclear
11.04.05 The Future of Nuclear Energy: Forbidden Joules
12.04.04 Animating a Nuclear Process

Thermal
20.02.02 The Physics of Cooking: How Energy Conservation and Thermodynamics Can Improve the Lives of Millions

General
03.04.09 Physics- “24”

Light
99.05.07 Infrared Spectroscopy: A Key to Organic Structure
03.04.01 Luz: Poetry and the Physics of Light
07.03.05 The Space Cadet's Laboratory: Using Electromagnetic Energy to Study Astronomy
13.03.01 Light, Vision, Art
16.04.10 Physical Science in Sight and Sound

Wave Theory
87.06.08 LET THERE BE LIGHT
16.04.09 Lights and Actions

Marine Science
90.07.08 Some Physics for High School Math Students

Mathematics

Gravity
08.05.08 Gravity: A Relatively Heavy Subject

Sound
08.05.07 Seeing Mathematics in the Forces of Nature

Waves
08.05.06 Wave Math

Matter
16.04.02 Fun and Games with States of Matter
16.04.08 What's the... Matter?

Conservation of
80.05.08 Matter
88.06.04 The Continuity Equation, the Reynolds Number, the Froude Number
90.07.08 Some Physics for High School Math Students
99.05.01 Discovery Through Experimentation - Past and Present
99.05.04 Chemistry For Everyday Living
99.05.05 Introduction to Chemistry
08.05.01 Matter in Motion
09.03.10 Fluid Thinking about Liquids and Solids
09.03.11 Edible Transformations
10.04.02 The Mathematics of Convection: Nature's Model for Energy Production

Mechanics
14.04.05 Robotics in the Medical Field

Bridges
01.05.08 The Physics Of Bridges
12.04.06 The Road to Bridge Design

Motion And Machines
87.06.01 Bicycles
87.06.03 Space Shuttle Science
03.04.06 Physics and Me
03.04.08 Physics Around the School: Simple Machines In and Out of the Classroom
08.05.01 Matter in Motion

Flight
03.04.02 The Physics of Flight

Solar Heat
83.01.13 Solar Greenhouses

of Sound
03.04.02 The Physics of Flight
03.02.03 Plains Indians: An Interdisciplinary Unit of Study
08.05.07 Seeing Mathematics in the Forces of Nature
16.04.10 Physical Science in Sight and Sound

Structures

Domes
06.04.05 LESS is MORE: Realizing Mathematics through Architecture

of X-rays
83.07.03 From The Inside Out: The Atomic Basis of Radiation
99.05.02 The Amazing DNA Molecule: Its History, Structure and Function

Poe, Edgar Allan

General
83.03.06 Poe Lightly
02.04.06 Writers as Artists, Artists as Writers; Response to Literature and Visual Arts

Mystery (see Detective Fiction)
89.04.10 Detective Fiction for Remedial Readers
95.01.07 It’s A Mystery To Me

Poetry

for Advanced Placement Exam
03.03.09 Postwar Poetry in the AP Classroom
14.02.10 Community and Identity: An Unending Dilemma

African American
87.03.01 Black Birds Of Promise Who Defy The Odds Of Gods And Sing Their Songs
89.02.09 RAP: Reading in the Arts and Poetry
91.04.04 African-American Poets Past and Present: A Historical View
91.04.05 Steps Toward Writing Poetry
91.04.09 Cultural and Personal Identity Through Poetry
97.02.05 Examining African-American Culture through the Use of Children's Literature
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
11.03.03 The Beats in Poetry and the Poetics in Rap: Learning the Elements of Poetry through Rap Lyrics and Applying Those Learned Elements to Poetry
11.03.04 Song of Myself: The Study of Hip Hop, Poetry and the Personal Statement in the Secondary English Classroom
11.03.08 Tone as Reflected in the Looking Glass of Sound and Context
11.03.10 More than Rhythm and Rhyme: An Acoustic Trek through the African American Experience

Autobiography
88.03.08 Autobiography: Reflections in the Mirror
94.02.07 We, Too, Sing America
03.03.06 Analyzing Maya Angelou’s Poems as a Window into Her Character

Character Portrayal
89.02.03 Character Portrayal In Reading And Writing Poetry

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

French
09.02.06 Poetry and Differentiated Instruction in the Middle-School French Classroom
11.03.01 Motivating Reluctant Readers through Poetry

History and
89.02.08 Poetry: A Mirror in Which to See Myself
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
13.02.09 Did Things Get Better? Poetry from the Cultural Perspective of American Movement

Protest Theme
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride

Women in
80.03.04 Images of Black Women in Drama

Acting through
94.02.04 Poetry Through the Eyes of An Actor

Alphabet Rhymes
94.02.08 Verse and Virtue through an Early American Alphabet Rhyme

American

Drama in
89.02.06 Putting Poetry on Its Feet

General
89.02.01 A Journey of Poetry
91.04.05 Steps Toward Writing Poetry
14.02.10 Community and Identity: An Unending Dilemma

History of
85.01.07 A History of Poetry of Various Cultures in America

Silverstein, Shel
03.03.03 Using the Poetry of Shel Silverstein to Further Develop the Narrative, Expository, and Poetic Writing Skills of Elementary Students

Whitman, Walt
01.02.09 Documentarians of an Era: A Study of the Paintings of Thomas Eakins and Gustave Caillebotte
08.04.04 Whitman, Lincoln, and Brady; Three Perspectives on a Nation Divided

American/African American

Alienation Theme
79.01.08 Parallel Studies in American/Afro-American Literature, Part II “Black and White Images in Alienation”

Ancient Balkan
84.02.01 Looking North Of The Greek World: The Slavic Folk Poetry of The Balkans

Ancient Greek
84.02.09 The Iliad—A Practical Approach
98.02.09 Writing through Myths

British

Shelley, Percy B.
10.02.01 The Shelleys: Author and Character, Reality and Fiction

Caribbean
91.04.05 Steps Toward Writing Poetry

Guillén, Nicolás
97.01.03 La Presencia africana en el Caribe: Un análisis de la poesía afroantillana (The African Presence in the Caribbean: An analysis of African-Antillean poetry)

Dramatic Monologue Interpretation
94.01.05 To what extent is the application of family law in the best interests of children?

Early American
94.02.08 Verse and Virtue through an Early American Alphabet Rhyme

Elementary
91.04.06 Poetry for the Elementary Classroom
03.03.01 Willie Sunday Takes Us on a Journey of Reading and Writing with Humorous Poems by Jack Prelutsky
03.03.02 Music and Poetry
03.03.03 Using the Poetry of Shel Silverstein to Further Develop the Narrative, Expository, and Poetic Writing Skills of Elementary Students
03.03.04 Presenting Poetry to Children: Poems That Delight and Excite To Write
11.03.01 Motivating Reluctant Readers through Poetry
11.03.02 Silence, Songs, and Sounds: Developing Second Language Literacy through Poetry
11.03.06 Listening to the Rhythm and Tone of Poetry to Increase Comprehension
11.03.07 A Study of Poetry in Middle School
11.03.10 More than Rhythm and Rhyme: An Acoustic Trek through the African American Experience
11.03.12 Linking the Senses: A Unit Connecting Visual and Spoken Rhythms
19.01.01 Play-based Poetry: An Exploration of Creativity and Digital Media

and Science Instruction
03.04.01 Luz: Poetry and the Physics of Light

Epic
17.01.03 Anime and the Art of Storytelling

Gilgamesh
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico

Family Life
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico

French
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

High School Level
01.03.10 The Poet's Eye

Japanese
94.02.09 A Journey To Japan Through Poetry

Latin American
91.04.02 Spanish-American Voices in American Poetry
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean
07.01.11 Voces Latinas: Cultural Identity through Poetry and Lyrics

Women Writers
00.01.07 The Power of Latin Women’s Poetry

and Music Lyrics
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective
01.03.08 Poems, Prayers, Promises, and Possibilities: The Music of Poetry
03.03.02 Music and Poetry
03.03.07 Rap as a Modern Poetic Form
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest
06.03.04 Voices of the Sixties and the Modern Poetry Slam
07.01.07 Poetry and Prose to Increase Literacy and Writing Skills
07.01.11 Voces Latinas: Cultural Identity through Poetry and Lyrics

Meditative

Reading of
78.01.04 Poetry and Growth

Mexican Culture in
94.02.10 The Counting Train: Windows to Mexico

Native American
91.04.01 Finding New Voices: Native American Poets

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

of Protest
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest
13.02.09 Did Things Get Better? Poetry from the Cultural Perspective of American Movement

Puerto Rican
91.03.02 Prince Hall and His Organization of Black Freemasons in the United States
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean
00.01.05 Understanding Ethnic Labels and Puerto Rican Identity

Matos, Luis Palés
97.01.03 La Presencia africana en el Caribe: Un análisis de la poesía afroantillana (The African Presence in the Caribbean: An analysis of African-Antillean poetry)

Puppetry and
91.04.08 “The Use of Puppetry to Increase Self-worth Through the Windows of Poetry”
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
03.03.01 Willie Sunday Takes Us on a Journey of Reading and Writing with Humorous Poems by Jack Prelutsky

Reading of
79.01.02 Poetry And Freedom
79.01.07 Images of the City in Modern Lyrics and Verse: A Sequential Approach to the Teaching of Poetry
79.05.03 Poems That Work!
80.02.06 Poetry and Paintings: A Comparative Study
81.01.06 Past and Present New York Through A Comparative Study of Photography and Poetry
89.02.07 Reading, Writing, and Reciting: A Year With Poetry
91.04.07 Seeing with the Heart: Poetry in the Classroom
94.02.01 Using Poetry in Teaching Reading to Special Education Students
94.02.02 Sharing Poetry With Children
94.02.04 Poetry Through the Eyes of An Actor
00.05.11 Basic Reading of Sound Words-Onomatopoeia
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.03.04 Using Personal Poetic Expression to Enhance Reading and Writing
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective
01.03.08 Poems, Prayers, Promises, and Possibilities: The Music of Poetry
01.03.10 The Poet's Eye
03.03.04 Presenting Poetry to Children: Poems That Delight and Excite To Write
03.03.05 Making Connections across the Curriculum through Poetry
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest
03.03.09 Postwar Poetry in the AP Classroom
06.03.04 Voices of the Sixties and the Modern Poetry Slam
07.01.03 Uncovering Your Students' Authentic Voice
11.03.03 The Beats in Poetry and the Poetics in Rap: Learning the Elements of Poetry through Rap Lyrics and Applying Those Learned Elements to Poetry
11.03.05 Igniting the Imagination: Playing with Poems in the Classroom
11.03.07 A Study of Poetry in Middle School
11.03.08 Tone as Reflected in the Looking Glass of Sound and Context
11.03.09 Multiculturalism, Language and Poetry: Exploring These Avenues through the Sound of Words

Ballads
85.01.05 Rapping and Rhyming—Poetry in Motion
85.01.08 Poetry For Remedial Seventh and Eighth Graders with Selections from Ballads, Emily Dickinson, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Julia de Burgos

Recitation/Performance of
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
07.01.01 The Search for Self: Voices of Adolescence in Literature

Slam
06.03.04 Voices of the Sixties and the Modern Poetry Slam

Sonnets
91.04.10 Working with Shakespeare, the Poet and Dramatist

Sound
00.05.09 Sounding Off About Trig

Spanish/English

Reading of
79.05.06 Poems and Translation (from Spanish to English)
86.02.05 Improving Reading and Language Art Skills in Learning Disabled Spanish Students Through the Study of Latin-American Poetry
09.02.03 La Generación del 27

for Special Education
89.02.05 Poetry for “Special” Students
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times
94.02.01 Using Poetry in Teaching Reading to Special Education Students

Suicide, Death and Depression in
89.02.02 A Special Education Curriculum Guide: Dealing with Death, Depression and Suicide Using Poetry

Women's Voices in
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective

Writing of
79.01.02 Poetry And Freedom
79.05.03 Poems That Work!
81.04.04 Enthusiasm is All Write
81.04.08 Teaching Poetry in New Formats to Intermediate-Grade Students
85.01.01 The Room 20 School of Poetry
85.01.02 Poems Of Every Time Rock You
85.01.03 The Voices Within: Theirs and Mine
85.01.04 Poetry For The Remedial Reader
85.01.05 Rapping and Rhyming—Poetry in Motion
85.01.07 A History of Poetry of Various Cultures in America
85.01.08 Poetry For Remedial Seventh and Eighth Graders with Selections from Ballads, Emily Dickinson, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Julia de Burgos
89.02.01 A Journey of Poetry
89.02.04 It Doesn’t Have to Rhyme
89.02.07 Reading, Writing, and Reciting: A Year With Poetry
91.04.07 Seeing with the Heart: Poetry in the Classroom
94.02.02 Sharing Poetry With Children
96.03.08 People, Places & Pictures
98.02.09 Writing through Myths
00.05.11 Basic Reading of Sound Words-Onomatopoeia
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.03.04 Using Personal Poetic Expression to Enhance Reading and Writing
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series
03.03.03 Using the Poetry of Shel Silverstein to Further Develop the Narrative, Expository, and Poetic Writing Skills of Elementary Students
03.03.04 Presenting Poetry to Children: Poems That Delight and Excite To Write
03.03.05 Making Connections across the Curriculum through Poetry
03.03.07 Rap as a Modern Poetic Form
06.03.04 Voices of the Sixties and the Modern Poetry Slam
07.01.03 Uncovering Your Students' Authentic Voice
11.03.03 The Beats in Poetry and the Poetics in Rap: Learning the Elements of Poetry through Rap Lyrics and Applying Those Learned Elements to Poetry
11.03.05 Igniting the Imagination: Playing with Poems in the Classroom
11.03.07 A Study of Poetry in Middle School
11.03.09 Multiculturalism, Language and Poetry: Exploring These Avenues through the Sound of Words

Elegy
10.02.07 The Things We Carry: Understanding Grief and Loss through a Memorial Ceremony, the Elegy, and the List Poem

Haiku
01.03.09 Haiku: An Introduction to Writing and Discussing Poetic Form

List Poem
10.02.07 The Things We Carry: Understanding Grief and Loss through a Memorial Ceremony, the Elegy, and the List Poem

Politics (see History; Law; Social Studies)

African American

Washington, Booker T., and DuBois, W.E.B.
78.02.02 Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. DuBois: The Problem of Negro Leadership

American
98.04.01 Democracy in Action

Health Care

Patients' Rights
01.01.01 How Right Are Patients' Rights?

Radicalism
11.02.06 Domestic Terrorists

Biological Profiling
01.01.02 The Genome: Controversy for All Times

Democracy
98.04.01 Democracy in Action
08.04.01 Dissent in Democracy: Subverting the Dominant Paradigm
08.04.02 An Introduction to America’s Culture of Democracy

and Government
98.04.09 Changing Times Here and Now

Puerto Rican
80.06.08 Puerto Rican Cultural Differences in Politics

The Sixties
79.02.03 Student Protest in the 1960s

Unrest

American
79.02.03 Student Protest in the 1960s
79.02.04 The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States,1880-1950

Poetry
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest

Pollution (see Ecology and Environmental Science)

Population

Environment and
98.07.08 Culture, Crisis and Population Explosion: A Deweyan Approach in the Classroom

Graphic Display
08.06.02 Displaying Populations: Jellybeans, Paper and People

General
98.07.03 Life in 2010

Human
80.05.07 Human Ecology: How it Relates to Population
98.07.02 The Population Explosion: Causes and Consequences
98.07.05 There's More to Sex Education than AIDS Prevention
98.07.06 The World Population Explosion
98.07.07 Evolution, Population, and Humans

Pets
98.07.01 Pandemic Pet Population: The Reproductive Responsibility of Pet Owners

Porter, Katherine Anne
85.03.01 Katherine Anne Porter’s Artistry and Vision in “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall,” “Flowering Judas,” and “Pale Horse, Pale Rider”

Powell, Adam C.
85.05.04 Against The Tide: Three Who Made It!

Pregnancy

Embryology

Brain Development
09.04.04 How We Learn about the Brain: Teaching the Infant Brain

General
96.05.06 Genetics, Birth Disorders and Pregnancy

Medical Tests
99.07.05 Medical Technology Relating to Pregnancy and Childbirth

Prejudice (see Race Relations)

in America

Adolescence
02.01.09 Survivor: Not Just a TV Show -- An exploration of the character traits of survivors of the teenage years

Anti-Japanese
82.03.01 When Military Necessity Overrides Constitutional Guarantees: The Treatment of Japanese Americans During World War II

explored through Children's Literature
01.04.04 High School Students Research, Read and Write Children's Literature
03.04.02 The Physics of Flight

Civil Rights Act of 1964
82.03.04 An Analysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Legislated Response to Racial Discrimination in the U. S.

General
78.03.02 I Hate All . . .
79.02.04 The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States,1880-1950

Racial
91.01.03 Carefully Taught: The Effect of Regions on Prejudice
94.04.02 What am I Equal to?
94.04.03 Mosaic America: Patterns of Racism
95.03.08 You and the Law—Beating the Odds

School Desegregation (see School Desegregation)

Supreme Court Cases
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation
88.01.03 School Desegregation and Prejudice in the United States
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965

Sexual Orientation
05.02.01 Anatomy of Your Enemy

Anti-Jewish
89.05.06 Marginal Participants in the American Dream
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background

World War II
80.06.01 The World War II Holocaust
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank

Prison System (see Criminal Justice)

American
80.06.05 Prisoners and Punishment
96.01.11 Multiculturalism and the Law: The Criminal Injustice System—The New Enslavement of People of Color

Privacy (see Business; Civil Rights; Criminal Justice; Law; Students' Rights)

Criminal Justice
00.03.04 Democracy, Race, and Privacy: The Hypocritical Failures of the United States

General
00.03.07 Human Cloning, Genetic Engineering and Privacy

Students' Rights
00.03.04 Democracy, Race, and Privacy: The Hypocritical Failures of the United States

Technology and
19.01.07 Living in the Cloud: Private Lives in the Digital Age

Writing Instruction
00.03.02 How Public Should Public Education Be? Privacy in the Classroom and School: CAPT Interdisciplinary Practice

Problem Solving (see Detective Fiction)

Mathematics)

Psychology (see Intelligence, Human)

of Adolescence
83.06.04 Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: The Young Mother in the Puerto Rican Family
86.01.07 “i Have to Change!” The Role of the Adolescent in the Family A Developmental Unit Approach to Literature
91.05.07 The Physiological and Psychological Development of the Adolescent
96.02.09 Stress, Soldiers, and Students
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents

Anatomy

Brain
06.06.06 Teaching Neuroanatomy through Schematic Diagrams
09.04.03 How the Brain Learns
09.04.04 How We Learn about the Brain: Teaching the Infant Brain

Body Language

Adolescent
85.06.03 Body Language—The Language of Contemporary Fashion

of Consumer Culture
10.01.10 The Shroud of Choice: A Psychological Look at Consumer Culture

Counseling

Children and Divorce
82.06.04 Divorce—The Broken Dream

Family Life
82.06.07 Helping the Adolescent Cope with Family Life

General
80.06.03 Decision-Making

Marital Roles
82.06.05 On Becoming Husbands/Wives—Mothers/Fathers: From Fantasy to Reality

Self-Awareness
82.06.06 A Guide for Teaching Awareness, Attitudes and Feelings
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents

Sexuality
82.06.01 Every Teenager’s Choice

of the Elderly
83.06.01 Being Old

Family

Function of
82.06.10 Family Life in America: Past, Present and Future

Handicapped Children

Effect on Family
82.06.08 Impact of a Handicapped Child on the Family

Human Development

Erikson, Erik
80.01.04 Ages in Stages: An Exploration of the Life Cycle based on Erik Erikson’s Eight Stages of Human Development

Marital Roles

Preparation for
82.06.05 On Becoming Husbands/Wives—Mothers/Fathers: From Fantasy to Reality

Personal Growth

Teaching with Mythology
83.02.07 Mythological Archetypes: Amazons to Madison Avenue

Rape
81.03.06 Rape: Psychology, Prevention and Impact

Self-Awareness
91.05.02 Dramatic Release of Stress
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
04.02.03 The Hero in Me: Reinforcing Self-Regulated Learning as We Connect to Literary Heroes

Self-Discovery

African American

Poetry and
89.02.08 Poetry: A Mirror in Which to See Myself

Exercises
80.03.08 Character Analysis: The Search for Self

Sensation and Perception
09.01.04 Using the Writing Process to Teach Sensation, Perception and Cognition

Social Behavior, and
87.05.03 The Effects of Institutions on Human Behavior

Consumption
10.01.10 The Shroud of Choice: A Psychological Look at Consumer Culture

Social Development
92.01.04 What Effect Does A Communities Attitudes/Values/And Beliefs Effect Student Behavior And Influence Curriculum

Stress/Stress Reduction
01.06.03 Teaching Awareness of Human Development
01.06.06 Quiet Time: An environment for school success

Post-Traumatic
96.02.09 Stress, Soldiers, and Students

Suicide, Death and Depression
89.02.02 A Special Education Curriculum Guide: Dealing with Death, Depression and Suicide Using Poetry

Writing Instruction
09.01.04 Using the Writing Process to Teach Sensation, Perception and Cognition

Public Policy

Ethics
97.07.02 The Gaia Hypothesis: an approach to problem solving in the environment.

Puberty

Diversity of Students
97.04.05 Planning for Student Diversity When Teaching About Puberty

Publishing

Junior
95.01.09 Who Done It? Sleuthing & Self-discovery for 7th & 8th Grade Creative Writing Students

Puerto Rico

Culture

Film
09.02.12 Puerto Rico: Americanization, Assimilation and Diaspora through Literature and Film

General
80.06.08 Puerto Rican Cultural Differences in Politics
87.01.04 Puerto Rico . . . Its Land, History, Culture, and Literature
91.02.06 The Heritage and Culture of Puerto Ricans
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)
00.01.04 Nuestra Isla Our Island: Puerto Rico

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

Mainland
83.06.04 Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: The Young Mother in the Puerto Rican Family
83.06.05 An Examination of and Introduction to Bilingual/Bicultural Education
97.01.01 Chicano and Puerto Rican Literature
00.01.06 Galeria De Pinturas

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

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

Sexuality
81.03.03 Sex Roles, Courting and Marriage Among Puerto Rican Teenagers

History
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
99.03.07 The Non-Immigrants Immigrants: Puerto Ricans

and Literature
89.03.02 The Heritage of Puerto Rico and Cuba
81.03.04 Family Life and Human Sexuality for the Puerto Rican Girl
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)

Indians
89.05.05 A DIFFERENT APPROACH FOR A SPECIAL CHILD
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

Literature

Santiago, Esmeralda
09.02.12 Puerto Rico: Americanization, Assimilation and Diaspora through Literature and Film

Migration
99.03.07 The Non-Immigrants Immigrants: Puerto Ricans
00.01.04 Nuestra Isla Our Island: Puerto Rico
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut

to Mainland
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
96.04.03 Las Voces del Caribe: Recent Immigrants from the Caribbean

to New Haven
89.01.01 Integrating the Hispanic Youth Population of the Hill into the New Haven Community
89.01.02 American Studies, “The Hill Community”

Social History
82.05.02 Political Development of Puerto Ricans in New Haven

Tainos
98.03.04 The Taínos of Puerto Rico: Rediscovering Borinquen

Puppetry (see Film)

General
98.04.01 Democracy in Action

and Literature
97.02.07 Blue Monday and Friends: Traditional Jewish Holidays Come Alive through the Art of Story-Telling
04.02.07 Friday and Friends: A Journey with Else Holmelund Minarik’s Little Bear Stories for the Young Child

and Poetry
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
03.03.01 Willie Sunday Takes Us on a Journey of Reading and Writing with Humorous Poems by Jack Prelutsky



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