In this lesson, students explore the question, will the air be clean enough to breathe? They will be guided through the analysis of models and real-world data as they explore the interactions of factors that affect a region's air quality. Students will not be able to answer the module's framing question at the end of the module, but they will be able to predict the effect of human development on a region's air quality.
Students watch excerpts from the film God Grew Tired of Us. They discuss the challenges the Lost Boys faced while adapting to life in the United States and trying to maintain their cultural identities.
Students learn about several different metaphors that have been used to describe cultural diversity in the United States. Then they choose a metaphor that represents today’s diverse cultural landscape.
Students watch excerpts from the film God Grew Tired of Us to learn about the Lost Boys of Sudan and the refugee experience, map the Lost Boys’ migration journey, and discuss the challenges the Lost Boys faced while adapting to life in the United States and trying to maintain their cultural identities as Dinka.
In this lesson, students explore the resources that make up our agricultural system. Students examine land uses and soil quality through graphs of land use and crop production and use computational models to compare the effect of different management strategies on the land. At the end of the lesson, students are able to describe how humans can maintain and replenish important resources to be able to produce food long into the future.
Students read about oil spills and the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill and geo-locate the Deepwater Horizon spill on a map. Then students simulate an oil spill and cleanup both before and after the use of dispersants.
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