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    • Vote Oklahoma!, 2012

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    • A mock election classroom resource for teachers; Vote Oklahoma! is a set of exercises intended to acquaint users with facts about voting in Oklahoma. These exercises originally were designed for use in high school social studies, history, and...
    • Four circles of learning

    • Indians of North America--Education.; Indians of North America--Study and teaching.
    • Our collective efforts are specifically designed to meet two of the greatest and most often expressed needs of students, parents, schools and communities - the lack of culturally relevant curricula and appropriate teacher training. This is a...
    • SWAT allies

    • Tobacco use--Prevention--Study and teaching (Middle school)
    • By incorporating these interactive classroom prevention lesson plans into your existing curricula, you're exhibiting a commitment to keep our youth healthy and tobacco-free. The Tobacco Use Prevention Service [Oklahoma State Department of Health]...
    • Student handbook

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.
    • PetroTech is a focused technical training program for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and certification necessary to pursue a career in Oklahoma's oil and natural gas industry. This certification can assist individuals in...
    • Lesson 4 : how do we choose judges in Oklahoma?

    • Judges--Appointment and selection--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission--Juvenile literature.;
    • Law day is the annual celebration of the importance of law and the legal process.; Have you ever wondered how judges are chosen? In Oklahoma, many judges are chosen by the Judicial Nominating Commission.
    • Award winning authors, 2011 Lesson 1 Mildred Taylor

    • Taylor, Mildred--Juvenile literature.; Children's literature--Awards--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Ever wonder what inspires an author to write? Full Description: Through this five lesson series, you will explore the background and inspiration of five of the most accomplished authors in children's literature today. This program is...
    • Award winning authors, 2011 Lesson 5 Virginia Euwer Wolff

    • Wolff, Virginia Euwer--Juvenile literature.; Children's literature--Awards--Juvenile literature.
    • Oklahoma's "International" Literary Magazine, World Litearture Today, Honors Winners of the NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature. Born in 1937, Virginia Euwer Wolff grew up in a log-cabin home in Portland, Oregon.
    • Earthquake, 2011 Lesson 1

    • Earthquakes--Juvenile literature.;
    • In Brief: Earthquake 101. Full Description: Through this program, students will gain an understanding of the various types of faults, plate boundaries, Oklahoma's earthquake history and how to measure magnitude. Earthquake 101 is made possible...
    • Lesson 2 : what is the "rule of law"?

    • Rule of law--Juvenile literature.
    • Law day is the annual celebration of the importance of law and the legal process.; The Greek philosopher Aristotle said, “The rule of law is therefore preferable…than that of a single citizen.” The phrase “rule of law” sounds...
    • Earthquake, 2011 Lesson 2

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    • Lesson 2: Where in the World Are Earthquakes? Most earthquakes, especially the large damaging earthquakes, occur at tectonic plate boundaries. At an average of an inch a year, tectonic plates move slowly over the surface of the Earth.
    • Angie Debo's Oklahoma, 2009 Student supplement

    • Debo, Angie, 1890-1988.; Debo, Angie, 1890-1988--Juvenile literature.; Oklahoma--History.; Oklahoma--History--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Explore the world of Angie Debo's Oklahoma. Full Description: This unique program focuses on Oklahoma's pioneering female historian and author Angie Debo and her extensive writings about American Indians. Angie Debo's Oklahoma was...
    • Well sites are duh-duh-dangerous

    • Oil fields--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.; Oil wells--Juvenile literature.
    • poster master, green background; Duh-Duh Dangerous is OERB's new safety campaign targeting students K-6th grade. The campaign was kid-tested and kid-approved. Using a musical concept, Duh-Duh Dangerous uses a series of raps to educate young...
    • Lesson 1 : what is democracy?

    • Democracy--Juvenile literature.
    • Law day is the annual celebration of the importance of law and the legal process.; We hear the word democracy all the time, but what does it mean to you? What do you think of when you hear that word?
    • Traditional native American Art, 2011 Student supplement.

    • Indian art--Oklahoma.; Indian art--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Explore Native American culture through the vibrant and symbolic visual arts. Full Description: Part 1 of this year-long program will explore Native American culture through the arts. With a focus on traditional arts, this edition will...
    • Earthquake, 2011 Lesson 3

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    • Lesson 3: It's Oklahoma's Faults; Statewide, Oklahoma has more faults than are possible to count. As most of these faults are buried under dirt and rock, and are extremely small, not much is known about them and many remain hidden until some form...
    • Oklahoma rocks! : energy, 2010 Lesson 1

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    • Myths & Misconceptions It is important to realize when embarking on a journey through the energy sciences that you may have preconceived ideas about energy, and that they're not always right. Here are some of the most common myths and...
    • PROS, peaceful resolution for Oklahoma students [elementary manual]

    • Peer mediation--Oklahoma.;Peer counseling of students--Oklahoma.;Conflict management--Oklahoma.;Peer mediation--Study and teaching (Elementary);Peer counseling of students--Study and teaching (Elementary);Conflict management--Study and teaching...
    • "Peer Mediation is a program that teaches strategies to young people that allow them to handle conflicts in a positive and constructive manner. With proper training and application of that training, students learn to use conflict as a positive...
    • Earthquake 2011, Lesson 4

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    • Lesson 4 What Size Was That Earthquake? Scientists use magnitude to talk about the size of an earthquake. Magnitude is a relative scale that describes the intensity of an earthquake.
    • Green business adventure! : activity and coloring book.

    • Coloring books--Oklahoma.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.
    • Oklahoma main streets have always been the heart of towns. The Main Street program strives to make downtown Safe, Clean and Green for both kids and grownups. With a little work we can all take pride in our historic downtown. Are you ready to help?...
    • PROS, peaceful resolution for Oklahoma students [middle & high school training manual]

    • Peer mediation--Oklahoma.;Peer counseling of students--Oklahoma.;Conflict management--Oklahoma.;Peer mediation--Study and teaching (Middle School);Peer mediation--Study and teaching (Secondary);Peer counseling of students--Study and teaching...
    • "Peer Mediation is a program that teaches strategies to young people that allow them to handle conflicts in a positive and constructive manner. With proper training and application of that training, students learn to use conflict as a positive...
    • Oklahoma rocks! : energy, 2010 Lesson 2

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    • Human & Environmental Hazards The human and environmental hazards of finding and harvesting energy resources have garnered front-page headlines lately. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the recent rescue mission of 33 miners...
    • Earth sciences and mineral resources of Oklahoma.

    • Earth sciences--Oklahoma.; Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma is a region of complex and fascinating geology with a multitude of natural resources that originated from geologic processes acting over millions of years of Earth history.
    • Oklahoma rocks! : energy, 2010 Lesson 3

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    • Conservation Although understanding energy largely involves learning about the geology and technology behind the energy sources, those in the energy sector also are responsible for being good stewards of these resources – as are consumers....
    • Presentation outline

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Study and teaching (Elementary)--Oklahoma.
    • The Petro Pro presentation is intended to be interactive. Petro Pros bring a kit of visual aids, experiments and wall charts to assist with the presentation.; The following outline is designed for 3rd - 6th grade students.
    • Sample assessment items for teachers

    • Middle school students--Oklahoma--Examinations, questions, etc.;United States--History--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.;School children--Oklahoma--Examinations, questions, etc.;Social sciences--Study and teaching...
    • Oklahoma School Testing Program, Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests; These sample assessment items are provided for classroom use. Teachers may cut and paste the items for use as test questions, warm-ups and/or examples with students.
    • Oklahoma Main Street coloring book

    • Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Oklahoma.; Coloring books--Oklahoma.
    • Road trip across the great state of Oklahoma with Wilbur and his friends as they cruise across the plains, making friends and seeing all the excitement happening in Oklahoma’s Main Street towns. Final destination … Oklahoma’s newest Main...
    • My feelings about adoption

    • Adoption.; Adopted children.
    • This is your workbook. It is designed to help you think more clearly and carefully about your choices and about adoption. There are no right or wrong answers in this book. The answers are correct if they feel right to you. Read each set of...
    • Oklahoma rocks! : energy, 2010 Lesson 4

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    • Other Renewable Sources The use of renewable energy is not new. Wood once provided almost 90 percent of the country’s energy and solar energy technology was recognized in 1921 when Albert Einstein was awarded a Nobel Prize for his work with early...
    • Celebrate Freedom Week curriculum guide 2011.

    • Veteran's Day--Oklahoma.; Civics--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Citizenship--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Education--Curricula--Oklahoma.;
    • This curriculum guide for Celebrate Freedom Week has been prepared in compliance with O.S 70. 2001, Section 25-152, as amended by Section 1, Chapter 83, O.S.L. Supp. 2007. This guide will provide information on the requirements of the law, dates...

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