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Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955)

Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955)

Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955). Fall 2006 EDCI 658. Who Is Mary McLeod Bethune?.

By lotus
(790 views)

Amazing Americans

Amazing Americans

Amazing Americans. Alexa Canady. Louis Braille. Click on a picture to learn more about the person. Click on the home button to return back to this page. Use the arrows to move forward and backward in the presentation. Eleanor Roosevelt. Thomas Edison. Roberto Clemente. Alexa Canady.

By bernad
(282 views)

Ch.23 The New Deal

Ch.23 The New Deal

Ch.23 The New Deal. Electing FDR. Hoover renominated by Republicans Democrats ran FDR “can-do” attitude FDR won 23 million to 16 million What else did Democrats win?. Waiting for Roosevelt to take over/100 days. 4 months would go by between… 20 th Amendment

By deon
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Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer

Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer

Chapter 22 Sec 1 Bellringer. Their marriage played a vital role in the president’s political career. Eleanor served as Franklin’s “eyes and ears,” and he valued her insight. What were the key events of the presidential election of 1932?

By camdyn
(545 views)

Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem. Building Connections: Community Leadership Program. Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it's amazing what they can accomplish. – Sam Walton . When I look in the mirror, what do I see?.

By druce
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Essential Question : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Warm-Up Question:

Essential Question : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Warm-Up Question:

Essential Question : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Warm-Up Question: What was the goal of the New Deal? How successful was it? What were the limitations? How did the New Deal change America? (Long-term impacts?). The Impact of FDR’s New Deal.

By benita
(174 views)

FAMOUS LEADERS: What makes them?

FAMOUS LEADERS: What makes them?

FAMOUS LEADERS: What makes them?. Leadership & Service Learning Highmore FACS Instructor: Alana Bergeleen. Leadership is…. The process of an individual influencing members of a group to work toward the groups goals. Martin Luther King.

By raziya
(210 views)

Leadership: 	It Happens at Every Level

Leadership: It Happens at Every Level

“Dare To Be Different”. Leadership: It Happens at Every Level. Erna L. Grasz Vice President of Research and Development Nellcor – A Division of Tyco Healthcare. March 12, 2005. LEADERSHIP the ART of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations. Kouzes and Posner.

By aliya
(180 views)

Tar Beach

Tar Beach

Tar Beach. Objective: To understand the life and concerns of people who lived during the Great Depression. . Book Summary:

By candra
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MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE

MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE

MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE. By: Reilly Surdykowski and Lauren Kelly. CHILDHOOD. She was born on July 10,1875 in Maysville, South Carolina. CHILDHOOD. Her parents were slaves. CHILDHOOD. Her family was very poor. ADULTHOOD. Mary McLeod Bethune studied at religious schools and became a teacher. .

By brianne
(406 views)

Psychological Health

Psychological Health

Psychological Health. Chapter Three. Psychological Health. Contributes to every dimension of wellness. Defining Psychological Health Positively (presence of wellness) Negatively ( absence of sickness). Defining Psychological Health.

By kyle
(244 views)

Thought for the Day

Thought for the Day

Some people dream of success . . . Thought for the Day. While others wake up and work hard at it. S U C C E S S.

By milla
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The Great Depression

The Great Depression

The Great Depression. Stock Market Crashes !. Black Thursday Oct. 24, 1929 13,000,000 shares traded Black Tuesday Oct. 29, 1929 16,000,000 shares sold Losses of $15 billion in 30 days. Causes of the Depression.

By sancha
(102 views)

Introduction to International Human Rights

Introduction to International Human Rights

Introduction to International Human Rights. Professor Barbara Frey September 2010 http://hrp.cla.umn.edu. Overview. Definition of Human Rights Historical roots Role of human rights in formation of the United Nations Summary of the major international laws

By buthainah
(205 views)

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism:. Challenges of teaching in the culture of copy and the era of cut and paste. Example of student research report. Eleanor Roosevelt. How much plagiarism is there in schools today?. How much do you see?. Whose problem is this anyway?. How would you define. cheating.

By bernad
(13 views)

From Grade 6 Social Studies

From Grade 6 Social Studies

Historical Perspective SS-6-H-1: Students will examine how human and physical geography influence past decisions and events. SS-6-H-2: Students will analyze the influence of geographic factors on past decisions and events. Geography

By Albert_Lan
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Essential Questions : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Which demographic group benefited the most from

Essential Questions : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Which demographic group benefited the most from

Essential Questions : How successful was Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal? Which demographic group benefited the most from New Deal programs? Why?. The End of the New Deal. End of the New Deal.

By johana
(382 views)

Developing Your Leadership Philosophy

Developing Your Leadership Philosophy

Developing Your Leadership Philosophy. Student Organization Leadership Development Workshop ~ September 29, 2009 Presented by: Karin Klinger. Developing Your Leadership philosophy. What are five (5) qualities or traits that every great leader must have?

By hiroko
(335 views)

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams“ Eleanor Roosevelt

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams“ Eleanor Roosevelt

Sleeping. “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams“ Eleanor Roosevelt. The sleeping gypsy - Rousseau. Sleeping Gamblers -Amy Crehore. Yuroz.

By dena
(155 views)

Eleanor Roosevelt 1884 - 1962

Eleanor Roosevelt 1884 - 1962

Eleanor Roosevelt 1884 - 1962. Born in New York City Her mother, father, and brother died when she was young Was very quiet & shy. Can you find New York?. Eleanor met and married her 5 th cousin, Franklin Roosevelt. Eleanor visited poor areas and saw how people were mistreated.

By gomer
(140 views)

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