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D=Demographic Concepts; E=Environmental Connections; S=Societal Connections
PDF Description Curriculum
Educating Wanjiku P&P, TP
Energy Imagery Activity: Through guided imagery, students compare their energy use with that of a Native American in the past and then determine easy ways to conserve energy in their homes and schools in order to lessen their impacts on the environment. COP, TP
Environmental Dilemmas/Dilemas ambientales Activity: While considering various dilemmas, students examine their own values and beliefs related to environmental issues, and evaluate possible actions they might take that have an impact on the environment. (English/Spanish) NM
Every Drop Counts Activity: Students investigate how much water they use in their lives, both directly and indirectly. COP
Every Pictures Tells a Story Activity: Students graph data on international demographics, environmental trends and indicators of human well-being using box plots, stem-and-leaf plots, scatterplots, histograms, and other methods. MPDR
Everything Counts Activity: Students explore several methods for measuring the size of a population, including conducting a mini census within their classroom or community, and estimating the size of a population of beans through a variety of estimating and sampling techniques. MPDR, TP
Everything is Connected NM, TP, W7B
Exploring the Pyramids PopMap
Family Perspective P&P, TP, 300M
Family Roots Activity: By interviewing adults they know, students learn about diverse backgrounds and consider reasons why people migrate from one place to another. COP