May 26 | Grades 9–12

Tuesday on Arizona PBS

11:30 a.m. Wild Weather (Science)

Evidence of Wind – Interactive

Severe Weather – Media Gallery

Evidence of Weather – Background Reading, Activity and Teaching Tips

A thunderstorm over a city.
A thunderstorm over a city. | PBS LearningMedia
12:30 p.m. Howard’s End Pt. 4/4 (British Literature)

PBS NewsHour: Gender Equality – Articles

PBS NewsHour: Forgiveness – Articles

1:30 p.m. The Story of China with Michael Wood: The Last Empire/The Age of Revolution (World History)

Be the Historian: How do images function as symbols – Interactive

Know Your Dynasties: Lesson Plan / The Story of China – Lesson Plan

3:30 p.m. Native America: Nature to Nations (World History)

Agriculture as the Foundation of Early Native Governmental Structures / Native America: Nature to Nations – Media Gallery and Support Materials

The Relationship between Humans and Nature / Native America: Nature to Nations – Video and Support Materials

Cedar Trees and Totem Poles of Pacific Northwest Native Americans / Native America: Nature to Nations – Video and Support Materials

A Native American woman stands at the edge of a lake
Indigenous peoples have a strong connection to nature and believe it is our duty to take care of it. | Still from “The Relationship between Humans and Nature | Native America: Nature to Nations” / PBS LearningMedia

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