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Unit TitleAuthor

2019


Keeping the Lead Out: Healthy Hydration at Home and at School.

Cristobal Carambo
Keywords: Chemistry, child development, environment, Health, health policies, lead, neurotoxin

Interpreting Data

Nicole Gasser
Keywords: environment, Flint, Health, lead, math literacy, Michigan, Philadelphia Region

Lead: Causes, Effects, and Prevention

Stephanie M Robinson
Keywords: child development, Health, lead, lead paint, lead poisoning, paint

Living With Lead: Lessons for Environmental Justice and Citizenship

Ryann Rouse
Keywords: analyzing informational texts, central theme, environmental citizenship, environmental justice, Flint, interpreting facts, lead, lead legislation, lead paint, lead poisoning, lead regulation, Philadelphia, research project, toxicity, toxins, water crisis

Lead Bioaccumulation

Chris Sikich
Keywords: bioaccumulation, environment, environmental justice, Health, health issues, lead, lead chemistry

Lead Affects Our Lives and Our Learning

Charlette Walker
Keywords: activism, Health, lead, research based, writing assignments

Concentrating on Solutions to Soil Lead Contamination at Home

Eual A. Phillips, Jr.
Keywords: environment, ESD, Health, lead, lead contamination, lead poisoning, soil contamination

The Globalization of Tastebuds and Capitalism

Amanda Fiegel
Keywords: capitalism, cultural convergence, fast food, globalization, imperialism, McDonalds

Why Do You Eat That? An Inquiry of Food Choices and Values Amongst 4th Grade Students

Sondra W. Gonzalez
Keywords: diet, health crisis, health epidemic, healthy eating, proper eating

Taking control of our happiness

Regina Hastings
Keywords: anxiety, depression, happiness, mental health, philosophy

Food As Fuel Introducing Healthy Eating in The K-2 Autistic Classroom

Dorothy Martin
Keywords: autism, Food, nutrition, Pecs

On the Table: An Exploration of Culture, Class, and Stereotypes through Food

Alison R. Marzuoli
Keywords: class, Culture, fast food, Food, McDonalds, stereotypes

The Struggle: Work, Poverty, & What We Can Do

Charlie McGeehan
Keywords: activism, fast food, poverty, struggle

The Art of the Ad: A Critical Investigation of Persuasive Tactics

Alima McKnight
Keywords: advertising, confidence, Critical thinking, English language learners, ESOL, opinion writing, persuasive writing, Self-Regulated Learning (SRL), special education, SpEd, theme

Rich or King “Founding” Fathers or Mothers’ Mythology

Samuel A. Reed, III
Keywords: American History, founding fathers, Humanities, king, mythology

Hablando con McDonald’s and the Papi Store

: Sharon Sampson
Keywords: ¡Buenos días!, bodega, Foreign Language, greetings, McDonalds, Papi Store, señor, señora, señorita, Spanish, video

More than Taking an Order: The Importance of Skill Development in Employment through the Lens of the Fast Food Industry for Students in a Life Skills Setting

Erin Smith Feerick
Keywords: employment, fast food, life skills, McDonalds, skill development, special education

Understanding the Importance of the Fourth Estate through the Lead Public Health Crisis

Alexander de Arana

PoetryTeaches Too!

Nicole Flores
Keywords: close reading, comprehension, comprehension skills, poetry

Identity and Ideology: Using Poetry to Explore Who You Are and What You Believe

Ellen Powell Fracassini
Keywords: Identity, ideology, poetry