P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

Magnet School of Global & Ethical Studies – 3829 Avenue K, Brooklyn NY 11210 (718) 377-7696

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Lisa Fernandez, Peace Principal

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France’s Flag with 1-102

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French Flags

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Mrs. Davis & Ten Global Ambassadors Invited to the UN General Assembly

International Day of Peace Celebrated by Our School & Community Each Day

Camels from Saudi Arabia

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The Unfortunate Fate of the Selk’nam from Patagonia

Selknam natives en route to Europe for being exhibited as animals in Human Zoos, 1899

Selknam natives en route to Europe for being exhibited as animals in Human Zoos, 1899

The businessman Maurice Maitre alongside Selknam group in the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889. In the picture he basically looks like a lion tamer.

The businessman Maurice Maitre alongside Selknam group in the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889. In the picture he basically looks like a lion tamer.

Who were the Selk’nam and what were the events that led to their extinction? Describe their history and situation. What may have been done differently to have preserved their culture and population?

Using timelines and drawings, tell the history of the Selk’nam.

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Mapping out Madagascar

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Visit the Enchanted Learning page on Madagascar! CLICK IT!

  • What is the capital of Madagascar? Where on the map will you place that city?
  • Draw the Malagasy flag using Paintbrush. Save the map above in your name folders and open it up in the Paintbrush app. Label the major cities and bodies of water.
  • In the comments section of this blog posting, write three paragraphs about the history of Madagascar and its natural resources and animals & plants.
  • Describe where Madagascar is located and of which continent it was once part and what kind of landmass it is called.
  • Who are the people of Madagascar and what languages do they speak?

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Third Graders Solving the Mysteries of Saudi Arabia

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What do already know about Saudi Arabia?

  • Saudi Arabia is on the Saudi Arabian Peninsula.
  • One quarter of Arabia is empty and a desert
  • The animal used for transportation across the desert is the camel
  • There is little vegetation because of the lack of water

Saudi Arabian animals

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First & Second Grade Discovers France!

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The flag of France is also called the Tricolour with blue, white and red vertical bands.

Le drapeau de la France est un tricolore.

Greater Antilles – The Large Islands of the Caribbean

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The largest grouping of islands in the Caribbean are called the Greater Antilles which are:

  • Cuba is the biggest island
  • Jamaica and the Cayman Islands
  • Haiti and the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola
  • Puerto Rico

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