Explore everything from our growing world’s population, worldwide demographics, and extreme world poverty with this eye-opening PBL unit. Your students will end this unit able to: - Articulate exactly what the world’s population of 7.7 billion looks like (2018 estimates) - Compare and contrast their
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The first prerequistie for towns even to exist is the ability to feed themselves. Along those lines growth of cities throughout history, such as in Mesopotamia and the Industrial Revolution (covered in FC004 and FC109 respectively), have generally been preceded by a leap in food production. The sa
An interactive lesson on the life and works of Pablo Picasso incorporating World History and Math 1 standards. The information is modified for a high school special education class. The power point is full of engaging graphics and offers activities that appeal to students with varying interests and