A project of the American Anthropological Association, Race: Are We So Different? looks at human variation and what it means to be a human being.
In this lesson, students explore the factors that control variation in human skin color and the implications of this information for human society.
This lesson helps to introduce the concept of viruses, what type of life forms they are, how they can be transmitted, how they affect humans and interfere with normal body functioning, and what our immune systems are.
In this lesson, students will begin to think about and identify different kinds of groups.
In this video, Len Bari describes how to call balls and strikes as a baseball umpire.
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