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
Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024

Arizona PBS presents candidate debates

Three main characters from mystery shows premiering this summer

It’s the Summer of Mystery!

Graphic with the words
airs July 19

Psyche mission

James Percival Everett Joins the PBS Books Readers Club
July 31

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