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Flags of Every Country - Chartsbin

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Hover the cursor over any country and see a pop up of both a picture of the country's flag and a detailed description of the elements of the flag. The ...more
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Hover the cursor over any country and see a pop up of both a picture of the country's flag and a detailed description of the elements of the flag. The explanation includes a description of the visuals and the symbolic meaning of the graphics. Data for all "Charts Bin" features comes from reliable government and other statistical sources. At the bottom of the page, related charts that may be of interest show; use their links to continue the exploration. This site does include some advertisements.
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Use this as a reference resource when studying world cultures. ESL/ELL students will be able to display the flags of their countries, and students will enjoy seeing flags of the countries where their families originated. Have a contest for the design of a classroom "flag" after looking at a few on this site.
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Russian Street Children - BBC

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This website introduces students to the homeless children in Russia. Learn how some of the children live and why they are homeless. There are videos, quizzes, articles written by students,...more
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This website introduces students to the homeless children in Russia. Learn how some of the children live and why they are homeless. There are videos, quizzes, articles written by students, and more.

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Share the sociology of Russia with your students. Use a projection screen (or interactive whiteboard) and share the video, the information and the realities of homelessness in Russia. Have students make comparisons about the number and plight of the homeless children in Russia and the country you live in. Have students use an online tool such as Interactive Two Circle Venn Diagram, reviewed here, to make their comparisons.
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