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Middle Level Learning January/February 2019

Whose Responsibility is it to Protect the Amazon?

Misty Galloway Tucker

also in this issue:
Creating Anti-Bullying PSAs in the Classroom
Andrea Saltzman Martin, Valerie Ooka Pang, Eric J. Ginsberg, Jennifer M. Pang, Luke Duesbery, and Edward R. Dial

Surviving Eighth Grade
Andrea S. Libresco

Middle Level Learning May/June 2005

Wireless Fever! Gay Parents Do Exist:Letting the Rabbit Out of the Hat

Debra Chasnoff

Radio Days in the Classroom

Dan Schuchat

Design a Book: A Quest in Ancient Egypt

David Cooper

Bandwidth Problems ca. 1912: The Need for Federal Regulation

Middle Level Learning September 2006

Dramatic Narratives: Capturing the Human Side of World War II

Anita Perna Bohn and Penny Britton Kolloff

Ernie Pyle:The Foot Soldier’s Reporter

Sandra B. Oldendorf

Teenage Witnesses to the Holocaust (Book Review)

Tom Kolbe The Back Page: Censorship in Times of War

Middle Level Learning Jan/Feb 2000

Team Egypt! Integrating the Disciplines

Amanda W. Greenwald

Girls Can Be President: Generating Interest in Inclusive History

Melinda Karnes *** MARCH = WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

Besting Testing Hysteria: Reasonable Preparation for Standardized Tests

Sherry L. Field

Revolutionary Women: Portraits of Life in the Thirteen Colonies

Mary E. Connor *** MARCH = WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

Middle Level Learning May/June 2001

Lookout Point: Putting Conflict in the Curriculum

Tedd Levy

Letter to the Editor

Andrea S. Libresco

Tracking a Hurricane: A Mapping Exercise in Real Time

Donna Kay Mau

What’s in a Name? A Whirlwind Tour of the World

Steven S. Lapham

A Mighty Storm: Galveston, Texas, 1900

Steven S. Lapham

One Step at a Time: A Landmine Removal Initiative

Mark Hyman

Young Man Survives Hurricane!

Steven S. Lapham

Middle Level Learning September 2002

Lookout Point: Preparing Young People for Longer Lives in an Aging Society

Donna P. Couper and Fran Pratt

Visiting and Interviewing Older Adults: Service-Learning in the Sixth Grade

Alison Parker

Using Political Cartoons: An Activity for Students of Every Ability

Dwight C. Holliday and Janice A. Grskovic

Critical Thinking and Logical Argument

James A. Duplass and Dana L. Ziedler

Book Review: The Thanksgiving Visitor by Truman Capote

Lisa L. Owens

Middle Level Learning September 2004

Lookout Point: Teaching History in a Post-Industrial Age

Ann Bianchetti

Workin' on the Railroad: African American Labor History

Rebecca C. Maher

A Union of Railroad Workers Sets the Pace

A. Phillip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum

Laying Track Over the Sierra Nevada

U.S. National Park Service

Diary of a Railroad Construction Engineer

A. N. Ferguson

Train Schedules, Standardization, and The Day of Two Noons

Steven S. Lapham

Middle Level Learning January/February 2007

Venture Smith’s Autobiography and Runaway Ad: Enslavement in Early New York

Alan J. Singer

Classroom Debates Made Easy

Kathleen M. Doyle

King Coal: A Piece of Eastern Pennsylvania History

Jill M. Beccaris and Christine Woyshner

Coal: An Energy Source to be Reckoned With

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