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La importancia de las buenas preguntas – Gandhi y la sal –

La importancia de las buenas preguntas – Gandhi y la sal –

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El 12 de marzo de 1930, Mahatma Gandhi comenzó su revolución ante el Imperio Británico con una marcha pacífica en contra de los altos impuestos a la sal.“Con este simple acto, de tomar un puñado de sal en mi mano, estoy sacudiendo los mismos cimientos del imperio británico”. (Gandhi)Fue la respuesta pacífica de Gandhi a…
Lesson of the Day: ‘The Secret History of “Easter Eggs”’

Lesson of the Day: ‘The Secret History of “Easter Eggs”’

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Find all our Lessons of the Day here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “The Secret History of ‘Easter Eggs’” Easter eggs? No, we’re not talking about those plastic toys filled with candy and hidden in the backyard. In this lesson, students will learn about the quirky software surprises Google, Tesla, Amazon and others hide in their…
THE PERCEPTION OF TOURISM IN THE WITCHES MARKET – BOLIVIA

THE PERCEPTION OF TOURISM IN THE WITCHES MARKET – BOLIVIA

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The so-called “Market of the Witches”, Is a public space that consists of the following streets: Sagárnaga, Linares, Jiménez, Illampu, Santa Cruz and the church of San Francisco. These streets are part of a set of blocks that are identified in urban heritage cartography as the San Francisco Heritage Complex. Part of this set consists…
Learning With: ‘Chinese Railroad Workers Were Almost Written Out of History. Now They’re Getting Their Due.’

Learning With: ‘Chinese Railroad Workers Were Almost Written Out of History. Now They’re Getting...

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Before reading the article: The first Transcontinental Railroad, completed in 1869, joined two railroads to connect the east and west coasts of the United States for the first time. It was a feat of engineering that meant that a dangerous journey that once took months could now be completed in a week. As you will…
Should School Murals That Depict an Ugly History Be Removed?

Should School Murals That Depict an Ugly History Be Removed?

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In “These High School Murals Depict an Ugly History. Should They Go?” Carol Pogash writes: In one of the murals, George Washington points westward over the dead body of a Native American. Another depicts Washington’s slaves, hunched over, working in the fields of Mount Vernon. These images aren’t in a museum exhibition but on the…
Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

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March is Women’s History Month and March 8 was International Women’s Day. What do these celebrations mean to you? How do you think we should observe them? Do you think it’s meaningful to recognize and honor women with a special history month? Why or why not? Tell us in the comments, then read the related…
How Much Do You Know About Your Family’s History?

How Much Do You Know About Your Family’s History?

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How much have your parents, grandparents or other relatives told you about your family’s past? Are there aspects of this history that you wish you knew more about? Helen Zia begins “My Mother’s Secrets,” her essay about learning about her own family history, this way: Growing up in the 1950s as one of the few…

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