Learning Exercises

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This is a worksheet that makes use of the emission and absorption applets for the visible spectrum of hydrogen within the... see more

The goal for this assignment is for students to build an appreciation of the marvelous tailoring of evolution that makes... see more

Once the students have completed the lesson on 'Reflection and Reflective Writing', they discuss an article from 'The... see more

It has been said that if you show what is assessed, then you'll know what is really taught. The Pew Trusts Education... see more

The American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Research Council have embarked on a long-term... see more

While developing his theory of evolution by natural selection, Darwin was unaware of the molecular basis for evolutionary... see more

Students compare the reproductive strategies of several microscopic organisms to those of zebrafish. Procedures for... see more

This web site is based on the documentary film produced by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes for PBS. It describes the lives of... see more

This site offers visitors personal account of the Holocaust through survivor storires and photo and audio galleries. The... see more

The Civil War remains an internal conflict whose origins and consequences still provoke great interest and controvsey.... see more

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

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

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

The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter provided the world with an in tact burial site of an ancient... see more

The first battles of the American Revolution were at the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord. This site provides... see more

Samuel L. Clemens, better know as Mark Twain is one of the greatest writers in the United States and the Western World.... see more

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

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

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

Students are asked to predict which kinds of E. coli genes might be expressed under one set of conditions and not under... see more

Students will develop an outline of their own School-to-Work project modeled after the previously funded program profiles... see more