Ethnic and Foreign-Language Media Ethnic and foreign-language media has a long and storied history in the United States: Benjamin Franklin printed the first German-language Bible in the United States, in addition to widely available German hymnals and textbooks Pavlenko, Lopez and Gonzalez-Barrera found that a majority of Latino adults say they get at least some of their news in Spanish, although that number was declining.
Information on all facets of K state education programs with links to a variety of resources on the Internet. Los Angeles County Board of Education. Use their PowerSearch engine to find exactly what you're looking for. Los Angeles Unified School District.
School district resources which include classroom management tips, success strategies, and helpful hints. State Departments of Education.
This site provides links to the 50 state departments of education in the United States. Contains a Teacher's Guide to resources offered by the Department as well as programs and services, additional publications and products, news releases, and links to other sites of interest to teachers.
You can also search the Department's document collection by entering key words. There are sections for age groups K-2, and which feature the U.
Constitution, how laws are made, the branches of government, and citizenship. There is a separate section for parents and educators.
Also included are games and activities, e-mail for kids to ask questions and links to related sites. Among its sections are: Just select the email address of your Senator or Representative and you can write your lawmaker a letter.
Embassies and consulates with a Web presence in the U. Also provides links to related resources. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Overview, general information, crime statistics and current FBI investigations.
In addition to U. This site was developed and is maintained by the Federal Consumer Information Center. It provides elementary and secondary teachers links to Federal kids' sites along with kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.
Provides information about major constitutional cases heard and decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. You can listen to recordings of the Court's proceedings via RealAudio.
StateSearch is a service of the National Association of State Information Resource Executives and is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to state government information on the Internet. The CyberSchoolBus will take you to all the UN sites you'll want for your classroom including a virtual tour of the UN's premises so that students can browse through its history.
United Nations Home Page. Overview, news, and information resources dealing with the United Nations.
Includes UN photos which you can reproduce for classroom use.
Includes data maps, interactive software to view profiles of states and countries, and economic information.Caribbean Studies - Paper 2 Module 1 – Caribbean Society and Culture Questions: 1, 2, 5, 6 Module 2 – Issues in Caribbean Development Questions: 3, 4, 7, 8 May 1.
Describe the causes of social stratification in Caribbean Countries/5(13). CAPE® Caribbean Studies Past Papers LIST OF CONTENTS Paper 01 May/June 3 Paper 02 May 15 Paper 03/2 May 18 Paper 02 May 21 This paper consists of eight questions: four on Module 1 and four on Module 2.
There are FOUR sections, A, B, C and D. MAT December Exam is scheduled on Sunday December 9, as paper based test. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) December exam is the gateway to more than MBA/PGDM colleges for batch.
Social Studies Georgia Standards of Excellence Georgia Department of Education June 9, • Page 7 of Map and Globe Skills GOAL: The student will use maps to retrieve social studies information. York Castle High School Management of Business Complete the following CAPE past paper questions: Question 1 Weber conceptualized that organizations would be managed on an impersonal, rational basis.
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