Los Angeles: a polymathic Inquiry Guided by Lewis Mumford Fall 2013/Spring 2014 – selected Wednesdays: 2: 00p – 4: 00p Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study, dml 241Los Angeles: a polymathic Inquiry Guided by Lewis Mumford Fall 2013/Spring 2014 – selected Wednesdays: 2: 00p – 4: 00p Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study, dml 241
The writings of Lewis Mumford – specifically, The Culture of Cities (1938) and The City in History (1961) – will provide a framework and departure points for discussion
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Social Studies Assessments Sixth Grade 1 Explain why and how historians use eras and periods as constructs to organize and explain human activities over timeSocial Studies Assessments Sixth Grade 1 Explain why and how historians use eras and periods as constructs to organize and explain human activities over time
The castle-like buildings found in the Pacific Region show the influence of which of Canada’s founding peoples?
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1 How did Chief Joseph’s tribe react to the first white men to arrive in their country1 How did Chief Joseph’s tribe react to the first white men to arrive in their country
Think about what is said about the tribe’s way of life. What was the tragic flaw that prevented the tribe from destroying the white man early?
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Chief JosephChief Joseph
Lewis and Clark All the Nez Percés made friends with Lewis and Clark and agreed to let them pass through their country, and never to make war on white men. This promise the Nez Percés have never broken
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Chapter 8 The Spanish and French Stake Their Claim In this chapterChapter 8 The Spanish and French Stake Their Claim In this chapter
European earth-dwellers, the adventure played out in the heart of the New World signifies in the first place that it was not our world and that we bear responsibility for the crime of its destruction.”
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A moment in Oregon HistoryA moment in Oregon History
For nearly two decades Paulina evaded capture, and then one day in 1867, while driving a herd of stolen cattle, he was ambushed and killed. But the name of the renegade chief lives on in the white man’s world
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Precontact Inhabitants of the Willamette Valley: Kalapuyan and Molalla IndiansPrecontact Inhabitants of the Willamette Valley: Kalapuyan and Molalla Indians
Generally, a clearer picture of land use is formed by determining why past human groups chose a particular location in the natural environment, by looking at the available resources in the area
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