Camouflaged: Investigating How the U.S. Military Affects You and Your Community is a tool for educators to help middle and high school-aged students explore the role of the military in their lives and in their communities. Local New York City teachers, led by the New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE), generated the Camouflaged curriculum with the intent of making it accessible to educators across the country in a variety of settings and curricular areas. NYCoRE believes that it is the role of educators as allies to young people to ensure that students have information from a variety of sources before considering enlisting in the armed forces. At this point in U.S. history, military recruiters have unprecedented access to young people in and out of school through a variety of mediums. This curriculum provides a critical lens to help students navigate recruiters' messages and to examine the role of the military throughout this country's history to the present.Have them make two pie graphs, one for the Military and one for the General Population for the State or Zip Code they chose, looking at ... Teachers can use the Military data for the X-axis, but either type of data could be considered the Independent variable in this activity b. ... Another way to interpret the data on the Scatterplot Graphs is to find (by hand, or on Excel) the equation that best fits the data, andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Edwin Mayorga, Bree Picower, Seth Rader|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-07-01|