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Before we take you there, we'd like to remind you of important dates and resources to explore in September on KnowItAll.org! Be sure to check out our September Factoids!
In September, we share content for National V-J Day, National Wildlife Day, National Read a Book Day, and National Grateful Patient Day. We celebrate International Literacy Day through our Libraries, Literature & Learning Collection, and we remember our heroes from September 11, 2001. We feature resources for International Day of Democracy, National Neonatal Nurses Day, and National Online Learning Day.
From Sept. 15-Oct. 15, we explore our Hispanic Heritage. On Sept. 17, we consider the importance of Constitution Day and celebrate National Dance Day, National Gymnastics Day and Responsible Dog Ownership Day. We celebrate the Air Force Birthday, National Care for Kids Day, National IT Professionals Day, National Voter Registration Day, International Day of Peace, American Business Women's Day, Elephant Appreciation Day, World Car Free Day, World Rhino Day, International Day of Sign Languages, National Family Health and Fitness Day USA, and National Public Lands Day. On Sept. 25, we pause to reflect on the Bill of Rights, and on Sept. 27, World Tourism Day, and on Sept. 30, International Translation Day.
But first, let's update you on what's...
NEW ON KNOWITALL
Recent additions to KnowItAll.org include the following:
History In A Nutshell takes viewers through a brief expose on the events leading up to the forced removal of Native American tribes from the eastern United States. After the American Revolutionary War, an experiment in "civilization" was implemented so that American Indians could peacefully coexist with neighboring white settlers. As more settlers arrived in the U.S. in the early 1800s, more room was demanded from the Native Americans. Despite opposition to the Indian Removal Act initiated by President Andrew Jackson, Native Americans would eventually be forcibly moved from the eastern U.S. and placed in the "designated Indian territory" west of the Mississippi River. This forced transfer known today as the "Trail of Tears" remains one of the most controversial subjects in American history.
We have also made available the quizzes on "Trail of Tears."
The South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC ABOTA) presents the Twelfth Annual James Otis Lecture Series in observance of National Constitution Day.
The topic for the 2021 James Otis Lecture is “The Role of Citizens in the Administration of Justice.”
Broadcast from the State House, the program’s featured speakers are:
Robert F. Goings, Esquire, past President of the American Board of Trial Advocates’ (ABOTA) SC Chapter is the host for the 2021 James Otis Lecture series.
Representative G. Murrell Smith, Jr., Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee for the South Carolina House of Representatives discusses the importance of the Constitution Day holiday, which honors the history and formation of the United States, and how it has evolved into the nation it is today. Theile B. McVey, the President-Elect of ABOTA’s SC Chapter joins to talk about why James Otis is celebrated as an important figure in U.S. history. William C. Hubbard, Dean of the University of South Carolina’s School of Law discusses teaching future lawyer leaders about the importance of the law. The Honorable Judge Kaye G. Hearn, Associate Justice on the SC Supreme Court tells viewers why the American Constitution is the greatest political privilege ever accorded to the human race.
The first fort on Sullivan's Island, constructed of palmetto logs and sand, was still incomplete when Commodore Sir Peter Parker of the Royal Navy and nine British men-of-war attacked it on June 28, 1776. After a nine-hour battle, the ships were forced to retire. Charlestown was saved from British occupation, and the fort was named in honor of its commander, Colonel William Moultrie. In May 1780 the British finally captured Charlestown, including Fort Moultrie, finally evacuating the city in December 1782 as the Revolution entered its final year. Learn more.
- Carrion Beetle | What's Wild
- Fox Squirrel What's Wild
- Carnivorous Plants | What's Wild
- Webster's Salamander | What's Wild
- Marshland Crabs | What's Wild
- Bottlenose Dolphin | What's Wild
- Red-Cockaded Woodpecker | What's Wild
- Vireo Nest | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Calcite Crystals | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Polyphemus Moth Cocoon | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Carpenter Bee | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Cow Skull | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Amethyst | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Indian Cigar Tree (Catalpa) | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Alligator Skull | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Rattlesnake Rattle | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Pine Cones | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Snapping Turtle Skull | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Box Turtle Shell | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Shark Tooth | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Red-Tailed Hawk Feather | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
- Mammoth Tooth | Short Takes with Naturalist Rudy Mancke
RECENT STORIES FROM PALMETTO SCENE - NOW ON KNOWITALL.ORG
Listen to the woman who found Anne Frank’s diary after the Secret Annex was discovered by the Nazis.
Experience and explore the University of South Carolina’s Anne Frank Center, the first of its kind in North America.
See the Anne Frank Center’s impact on students, educators and the community.
A special vocal performance by Cantor Rabbi Levi Marrus HONORING the victims…and survivors of the Holocaust.
Charleston’s 250-plus resident bottlenose dolphins can swim a little easier now, thanks to the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network, a non-profit organization and marine mammal first-response team whose mission is to give a voice to the voiceless. When LMMN isn’t saving marine wildlife, they’re organizing events to educate the public about Charleston’s bottlenose dolphin population and inspiring children to become future ambassadors of conservation.
League Academy in Greenville, SC was selected as the SCETV Simile Slam site. In the episode, students perform their own poetry featuring similes inspired by the life of Muhammad Ali.
In addition, we have newly added Activity Sheets:
Activity Sheets Added for SC African American History Calendar: September Honoree - Elise Jones Martin
Activity Sheets include:
- Learning about a mural in the heart of downtown Columbia
- Work as a cashier in Elise's Beauty Shop. Use the menu of services and subtract the amount a customer paid for a service to figure out how much change they receive.
We have added captions for our Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery series:
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 1
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 2
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 3
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 4
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 5
- Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery - Part 6
Spanish Translations are now available in our Spanish Translations Collection!
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- Theater President | Kids Work!
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Each month, our Factoids provide some excursions to resources that just might surprise you! And some may be resources you wouldn’t have thought to explore on KnowItAll.org–until you have a reason to!
The resources you’ll find on KnowItAll.org make it possible to turn an unexpected moment of exploration into a learning experience! Try it and see! Our September Factoids are here!
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Lesson plans for teachers that meet South Carolina standards.
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