For children 5-8 years old SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences. SE.1.61 Demonstrate awareness of activities that can satisfy people‘s wants. SE.1.62 Talk about what he wants to be when he grows up. SE.1.63 Recognize gender differences. SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences.
Iceberg Concept of Culture- I use this for so many activities in class. Primarily, I use it for students to analyze elements of culture found in literature, movies, and art. It helps them seem deeper than the surface levels of culture.
Thank You in 30 Different Languages This shows how some things might not look the same or even sound similar across different languages but are still expressed. "Thank you" is a universal concept, it is important to people to be able to express gratitude. So, languages (cultures) have evolved to include words with the agreed upon meaning to express the concept.
Clarence “Skip” Ellis was the first African-American to earn a PhD in Computer Science. He helped develop the concept of clicking icons which lead to the development of user friendly operating systems such as Windows or Mac. Most computer users, even highly proficient users, would not be able to operate their computer without this simple concept. Thank you, sir!
Yet by mholtzen I started using the word “Yet” with my students a couple years ago. When a child says, “But I don’t get it,” or “I can’t do this,” which happens often in my land of perfectionists, I add the word, “Yet” to the end of their declaration.
"Hello, I'm Your New Neighbor." Ubiquitous racist imagery has been "used to market anything from oils to ink, from food products to clothing." In the USA, many people think of them as beloning to the past "and that the concepts don't linger. But these concepts continue to affect us in many ways, in modern concepts of advertising" [& news reporting] - artist Michael Ray Charles. Abbreviated quote from link