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By using a simple mnemonic device, this skinny poster illustrates the factors that characterize any civilization: Geography, Religion, Achievements, Politics, Economics, and Social Structures. Use this poster when introducing any ancient civilization to your students. It works with classifying present-day civilizations too! ©2017. Middle school, high school. 13 x 38 inches. Laminated to last.

It would be a good way to channel students' focus when talking about different civilizations or eras. It breaks a huge idea down to six different topics, with varying complexities. It could be altered a little to be more applicable.

Terrorism is never about white people or muslims.. its about everyone.. it effects everyone.. its not an act of religion.. racism.. sexism but an act of violence on humanity

of people Isis has killed are Muslims, and ( some Westerner and Americans) have the audacity to make it all about themselves ** I agree with this statement but saying white people is a huge generalization.

Living In A Surveillance Society.     Its a heartbreaking realistic,  slap to the face,   that our Forefather Principles have and are being trod upon by,   "wolves in sheeps clothing.

Living In A Surveillance Society

Nineteen Eighty-Four: Anniversary Edition by George Orwell. First published in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four has lost none of the impa.


[eglerion] (Image) Science vs religion: Isn't it the truth?

Well put by another:  This picture sums up a lot of what we were talking about in class today. Funny with Columbus day having been a week ago, the whole holiday is pretty ridiculous. Read somewhere that especially Italian-Americans see Columbus day as a celebration of their heritage, say what?? Celebrating a day when a person found a land that was never lost!

It sounds about right then // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - am not Native American, but I love this because racism in all forms needs to STOP in this country!

In response to widespread sentiment that to survive the United States needed a stronger federal government, a convention met in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787 and on September 17 adopted the Constitution of the United States. Aside from Article VI, which stated that "no religious Test shall ever be required as Qualification" for federal office holders

The Constitution of the United States said little about religion. Congress adopted the First Amendment to the Constitution, which when ratified in forbade Congress to make any law