May 21 | Grades 9–12

Thursday on Arizona PBS

11:30 a.m. Big Pacific: Voracious (Science)

Big Pacific, Voracious: Galapagos Marine Iguana – Video

Big Pacific, Voracious: Nomura’s Jellyfish – Video

A pair of marine iguanas bask in the sunlight on a rock.
A pair of marine iguanas bask in the sunlight. | Still from “Galapagos Marine Iguana | Big Pacific: Voracious” PBS LearningMedia

12:30 p.m. Howard’s End On Masterpiece (British Literature)

Concepts Unwrapped: Implicit Bias – Video and Support Materials

Overview for Approaching Ethical Issues – Video and Support Materials

1:30 p.m. Civilizations – The Cult of Progress (World History)

Art Detectives: Derby

Khan Academy: Orientalism – Article

The Industrial Revolution in the United States – Media Gallery

KQED Art School: Art for Change – Collections

Painting a Future for Wildlife with Jane Kim and Ink Dwell – Video 

2:30 p.m. Asian Americans: Breaking Through (U.S. History)

The New Americans: Of Cultural Riches – Lesson Plan

The New Deciders: America By The Numbers – Video

A man stands in front of a mosque
A man stands in front of a mosque. | Still from “The New Deciders | America By The Numbers” PBS LearningMedia

3:30 p.m. The Registry: PBS Plus (U.S. History)

Most Honorable Son: Shame, Honor, and Duty – Lesson Plan

Most Honorable Son: Debating U.S. Policy – Lesson Plan

Most Honorable Son – Educational Guide

Lucy Worsley on the Mystery Queen
aired Dec. 3

Agatha Christie: Lucy Worsley on the Mystery Queen

Pavlo: Live in Santorini
aired Dec. 3

Don’t miss ‘Pavlo: Live in Santorini’

aired Nov. 28

Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty

Proposal for Phoenix Latino Cultural Center

Don’t miss ‘Horizonte’ Saturdays at 6 p.m.

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