Learning Exercises

313-336 of 351 results for discipline "Humanities"

A series of animated drills and exercises that help students practiice their vocabulary andlistening skills. Should be... see more

This site offers many teacher-oriented assignments and curriculum for a variety of topics involving East Asian history. see more

This assignment is aimed at encouraging students to look up the definitions of words they encounter in reading... see more

Video clips and materials for teachers to use in teaching these Asian topics to their classes. Includes video clips,... see more

This collection of resources for teachers of history and asian studies includes lesson plans, maps, discussion question,... see more

Many great materials and links to discussion questions, maps, activities, etc. for a variety of topics involving China... see more

This activity allows students to compare and discuss their own views and biases on a topic--in this case poetry, art and... see more

This is an assignment for your students all in itself. see more

This exercise exposes the student to various ways of employing quotes to add authority and interest to an assignment..... see more

Who is this woman with the red Phrygian bonnet who has come to be the symbol of France? Supermodels and actresses have... see more

This exercise introduces the student to the French national anthem, its themes and its historical significance. Part one... see more

The purpose of this assignment is to use group expertise to write an essay on any aspect of family relationship problems... see more

This assignment asks students to compare the conquistadors' vision of their incursions into western hemisphere with the... see more

Choose two pictures and describe any similarities and differences between them in terms of people, things, and places.... see more

Choose a picture in the exercises and describe it in written or spoken Chinese using at east 5 nouns (e.g., people,... see more

This is an inteactive site that takes a pilgrim from Europe to the Holy Land in much the same manner as a Crusader in the... see more

The Sikh religion is based on Hindu and Islamic spiritual traditions. This site presents the religious beliefs of a... see more

Edo was the capital of Japan during the Tokugawa Shogunate from 1604-1868. This virutal tour uses traditional Japanese... see more

The Old West uses primary sources to provide a more detailed understanding about the history of the Plains. Course: U.S.... see more

The devastating earthquake and fire that hit San Francisco in 1906 remains a seminal event in United States History.... see more

The public career of the United States' third President is well documented. However, his personal life has come under... see more

This Smithsonian web site was originally an exhibit displayed at the Museum of Natural History sponsored by the... see more

The Cultural Map of Hellas provides students with the opportunity to visually explore the culture of ancient Greece.... see more

Franklin Delano Roosevelt served as President of the United States longer than any other President. This official... see more