Students will learn: 1) both inside and outside structures of a bivalve; and 2) how these structures help each animal live in a different habitat.
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Students will learn: 1) to look carefully at shells and observe differences between species; 2) the names of common shells; 3) to sort through shells or pictures of shells to determine similarities and differences; 4) to group species according to specific criteria; and 5) to communicate to the class what their shell is by listing it on a chart.
This activity is designed to accompany Black Americans in Congress, 1870–2007. Students have the opportunity to analyze a series of statements made by Black Americans who served in Congress. Students are encouraged to think about the role that quotations can play in the study of history.
The students will be able to explain the contributions of individuals from South Carolina and how they influenced the history of United States. The students will be able to explain how personal actions are constrained by larger social or historical conditions.
Students will define affirmative action. Students will analyze the pros and cons of affirmative action.
Students will construct a planned community, and construct a map of the planned community.
Students will be able to identify the pros and cons of affirmative action/equal opportunity employment.
The students will be able to identify various regions of the United States and other locations in the world.
The students will: Be introduced to the life of Brigadier General Stephen M. Twitty. Be introduced to history of various 20th & 21st century wars involving the United States and their effects on our country. Discuss symbolism. Create a medal representing the qualities of bravery and freedom using a variety of different visuals and symbols using mixed media.