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Can Leetso and Hozho' Coexist?
Uranium Education for Middle School Students

Is Leetso alive or dead in our community?

Project #1 (Poster Session - Comparison of Coal Mining in West Virginia with Uranium Mining in the Four Corners States)

Lab activities: Rocks & Minerals
Uranium ores
Coal ores
Lab quiz on lab activities

(by teacher)
Types of graphing
Using the internet and the library for research
Developing interview questions
Modeling interviewing techniques

Student team:
Research topic in library and on internet
Interview community uranium miner/miner's family
Compile research data and summaries
Summarize interview results
Prepare graphics
Put together poster session
Present and defend poster session to class

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Last updated: April 4, 2002


“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestor, we borrow it from our children”
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