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    • A Timeline of a Miner's Life

    • Teaching; Gold mines and mining -- West (U.S.) -- History; Silver mines and mining -- West (U.S.) -- History; Miners -- West (U.S.) -- History.
    • 4th - 5th Grade
    • Students will learn about the life of Arizona miners from the early 1800's to present day using primary and secondary resources to establish information about the miner's life. It allows students to see how economy and geography has changed over...
    • Japanese-American  Internment Camps in Arizona

    • Japanese Americans --Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- United States; Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950;
    • 7th and 8th Grades
    • After being introduced to the events surrounding the internment of Japanese-Americans in a study entitled, "Prelude to World War II" students will be introduced to the reality of an internment camp in Poston, Arizona.
    • The Foundations of Government

    • Government, Arizona
    • 6th Grade
    • Using primary and secondary resources, students will work with a partner to create a brochure which will compare and contrast the impact of at least five Laws of Hammurabi on the lives of ancient people to the impact of at least five Arizona laws...
    • Transportation in Arizona

    • Transportation; Arizona
    • 4th Grade
    • This unit introduces students to the use and distinction between primary and secondary sources. Students will use primary and secondary source photos and print resources to learn about how innovations in transportation in Arizona helped the growth...
    • We want that Railroad!

    • Teaching; Railroads -- History; Railroads -- West -- History.
    • 7th and 8th Grade Social Studies
    • Students will identify the role of the railroad in bringing people to Arizona. Students will identify the reasons for expanding the railroad and creating a transcontinental route. Students will be able to explain how the federal government made...

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