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This lesson explores Cultural Heritage.

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This lesson provides an introduction to money and banking.

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This reading describes the history of the Nobel Prize.

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This reading provides an overview of Ancient Greece.

These 'Teacher's notes' summarize a short story on the life of Barak Obama, the first African-American President of the United States. The notes include pre and post reading activities and discussion questions.

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This reading introduces students to the development of civilization. It lists some of the developments of early societies and identifies Mesopotamia, Egypt, and India.

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After completing this lesson, students will have an idea of how European exploration and trade began. The lesson discusses how trade began in Europe, the routes of explorers, and the spice trade.

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This resource gives a speech by Amelia Earhart.

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This lesson plan introduces Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution.

This activity uses the life of Florence Nightingale to introduce an activity about representing data.

This reading activity provides short biographies of famous European explorers.

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This time line gives a brief account of Einstein's life from his birth in 1879 to his death in 1955.

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This resource provides a brief history of Albert Einstein, his discoveries and his inventions.

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This resource briefly describes the life of Mother Theresa and her outstanding work in India. Comprehension questions follow the reading.

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This resource describes the life of Helen Keller, a young girl who was blind and deaf and went on to become a great humanitarian of the 20th century. Comprehension questions follow the reading. 

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