In this activity, students will study passages from historic journals to draw conclusions about wildlife species and populations prior to Arizona’s settlement.
The Game and Fish Department has been instrumental in managing that diversity through the first century of Arizona’s statehood and will continue this vital role as we move into the next 100 years.
The Brodie helmet, widely used during the first World War, had some serious design flaws. But thanks to those flaws we now have a staggeringly accurate map of the brain.
In this lesson, students evaluate expressions with variables to compare the reading levels of famous speeches in American history and debate the virtues of complexity vs. popularity.
In this lesson, students use census data and fraction multiplication to explore the effects of the Three-Fifths Compromise on the balance of power between free and slave states in early America.