WEEK SIX of At-Home Learning is here!

Let's make it an amazing week of discovery and adventure! Let Basin PBS take your students to new worlds, meet new people and solve problems you didn't know you needed. Ready, set, learn!

WEEK SIX — PRE-K - 3RD GRADE — ONLINE RESOURCES

6am — Monday, May 11
Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
(Social/Emotional & History)
Episode: I Am Zora Neale Hurston
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Printables: Biosketch; Sentence Starter; Venn Diagram
Background: Zora Neale Hurston, American Masters
Teachers’ Collection, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Related Resource: PBS Parents
Article: Helping Kids Find Their Inner Heroes

Episode: I Am Charles Dickens
Related Resource: PBS Parents
At Home: Play a Storytelling Game

Related Resource: PBS KIDS
PBSKIDS.org Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Games, Videos and more

6am — Thursday, May 14
Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
(Social/Emotional & History)
Episode: I Am Florence Nightingale
When Yadina gets the hiccups right before a big show & tell appearance, she turns to Xavier and Brad for help. Florence inspires Xavier & Brad to commit themselves to finding a real solution to Yadina's hiccup problem. From now on, they'll always help others as best they can. Curriculum: "It's important to help others as best you can."

Related Resources: PBS KIDS
Video: 'I Am Florence Nightingale', Full Episode (stop at 11:30)
PBSKIDS.org Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Games, Videos and more

Related Resource: PBS Parents
Article: Helping Kids Find Their Inner Heroes

Episode: I Am George Washington Carver
While playing soccer, Xavier accidentally smushes a flower in the garden. Yadina wants to help the little flower, but Xavier doesn't get it - what's the big deal? Xavier learns all about how amazing plant life is and why it's so important each one of us help take care of the Earth. Curriculum: "Take care of the Earth."

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Video: George Washington Carver | Scientist, Inventor, and Teacher
Printables: Biosketch; Sentence Starter; Venn Diagram
Teachers’ Collection, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Related Resource: PBS KIDS
Video: 'I Am George Washington Carver', Full Episode (start at 11:31)

6am — Friday, May 15
Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
(Social/Emotional & History)
Episode: I Am Johann Sebastian Bach
Xavier is pumped to once again rock the school talent show with his rendition of Hot Cross Buns on the recorder. Only problem is, he hasn't exactly improved since last year's performance. In fact, he may have gotten worse! Joining Bach as he works on his song over and over again, learns all he can about his instrument, and travels miles by foot to watch other musicians play helps Xavier to see there's only one way he can get better on the recorder: he'll have to work hard and practice.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Johann Sebastian Bach Reader | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
Teacher's Guide | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
Amazing Fact
Collection | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
Music Arts Toolkit

Episode: I Am Marie Curie
Brad is crestfallen when he shows up for his first meeting of the Butterfly Club, only to find out it's for kids 7 and up. And he's only 6! Does this mean he'll never get to learn more about his beloved butterflies? Marie Curie inspires Brad to follow his dreams no matter what.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Marie Curie | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
Teacher's Guide | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum
Amazing Fact
Collection | Xavier Riddle & The Secret Museum

6:30am — Thursday, May 14
Peg + Cat (Math)
Episode: The Camp Problem
Peg and Cat's Gophers face the Rowdy Raccoons in a "non-competitive" battle of the bunks. (Primary Content: AABB Patterns; Secondary Content: Counting by 5s to 50, by 10s to 100)

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Videos: Counting by 5’s, Peg + Cat
Video: Counting by Tens Song, Peg + Cat
Video: Counting by 10’s, Peg + Cat
Video: Picking Up Chickens
Video: 40 by 10's Song, Sesame Street
Video: Counting By 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's
Collection: Peg + Cat
Collection: K-8 Mathematics

Related Resources: PBS KIDS
Online Game: High Five, Curious George
Online Game: Museum of Tens, Curious George
PBSKIDS.org Peg+Cat Games, Videos and more

Episode: The Two Homes Problem
How can Peg and Cat make Jesse a present for his room? He lives in two places! (Primary Content: Doubling; Secondary Content: Dividing in half)

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Video: Song – ‘Cut it in Half’, Peg + Cat
Video: Half, Sesame Street
Gabby's Perfect Pizza Pie Palace, Take the Stage
Video: Song - 'Many Ways to Make a Whole', Everyday Learning
Collection: Peg + Cat
Collection: K-8 Mathematics

6:30am — Friday, May 15
Peg + Cat (Math)
Episode: The Race Car Problem
Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, "Hot Buttered Lightnin'", to compete in the Talla-peg-a 20 race. (Primary Content: More than, less than; Secondary Content: Solid shapes)

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Printable: More Than (>) and Less Than (<)
How-To Video: More, Fewer, Same
Video: Song - More Than, Less Than
Collection: Peg + Cat
Collection: K-8 Mathematics

Related Resources: PBS KIDS
Online Game: Bug Catcher, Curious George
PBSKIDS.org Peg+Cat Games, Videos and more
Interactive Story: The Election Problem, Peg + Cat

Episode: The Big Gig Problem
Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens. (Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11; Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the 20s)

Related Resources: PBS KIDS
Online Game: Blastoff, Curious George
PBSKIDS.org Peg+Cat Games, Videos and more

7am — Thursday, May 14
Cyberchase (Math)
Episode: A Perfect Fit
The monster Gigabyte returns! The bad guys bring Gigabyte to a remote, Mayan-style pyramid on cybersite Jimaya. The CyberSquad must work their way past a variety of obstacles and block the rays of the sun before it can energize the metal monster and cause chaos! (Topic: Tessellations)

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Video: Tessellations: What Is a Tessellation? KET
Collection: K-8 Mathematics
Collection: Cyberchase

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Video: A Perfect Fit, Act 1
Video: A Perfect Fit, Act 2
Video: A Perfect Fit, Act 3
Video: A Perfect Fit, For Real
PBSKIDS.org Cyberchase Games, Videos and more

7am — Friday, May 15
Cyberchase (Math)
Episode: Be Reasonable
The Cybrary is under attack again, and the kids must use logic and elimination processes to stop Hacker from entering Motherboard's vault. (Topic: Process of Elimination)

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Collection: K-8 Mathematics
Collection: Cyberchase

Related Resources: PBS KIDS
Video: Be Reasonable, Act 1
Video: Be Reasonable, Act 2
Video: Be Reasonable, Act 3
Video: Be Reasonable, For Real
PBSKIDS.org Cyberchase Games, Videos and more

7:30am — Tuesday, May 12
Molly of Denali (Literacy)
Episode: Operation Sleepover
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Collection: Molly of Denali
Collection: Wild Alaska
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

Episode: Beneath the Surface
Related Resource: PBS KIDS
PBSKIDS.org Molly of Denali Games, Videos and more

7:30am — Wednesday, May 13
Molly of Denali (Literacy)
Episode: Mollyball
Related Resource: PBS KIDS
PBSKIDS.org Molly of Denali Games, Videos and more

Episode: Visit Qyah
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Collection: Molly of Denali
Collection: Wild Alaska
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

7:30am — Thursday, May 14
Molly of Denali (Literacy)
Episode: The Night Manager
When the Sassy Ladies of Saskatoon arrive at the Trading Post a day early, Molly's confident that she and Trini can handle checking them in using a handy guide for guests. But after a series of blunders caused by following the instructions in the guide, Molly realizes she may be in over her head.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Collection: Molly of Denali
Collection: Wild Alaska
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

Episode: Not So Permafrost
When Molly and her friends arrive at their old clubhouse, they are surprised to find it half sunk into the ground! Molly is determined to save the structure, but first she must solve the mystery of why it's sinking in the first place.

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PBSKIDS.org Molly of Denali Games, Videos and more

7:30am — Friday, May 15
Molly of Denali (Literacy)
Episode: Berry Itchy Day
Tooey has agreed to watch the Trading Post while Molly and her family head to their super-secret-berry-picking-spot, but their trip is cut short by a swarm of pesky mosquitos. If only Molly hadn't accidentally swapped the bug-spray for dog perfume! A book in the Trading Post has a recipe for repellent made from wild plants. Can Tooey find it before Molly gets all bitten up?

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Video: Summer is Fun in Alaska
Collection: Molly of Denali
Collection: Wild Alaska
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

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PBSKIDS.org Molly of Denali Games, Videos and more

Episode: Herring Eggs Or Bust
Molly is thrilled when her cousin Randall calls from Sitka to say he's harvesting herring eggs-her absolute favorite food. Randall invites her to visit, but Mom insists Molly come up with 3 good reasons to make the long trip to Sitka by bush plane.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Collection: Molly of Denali
Collection: Wild Alaska
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

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PBSKIDS.org Molly of Denali Games, Videos and more

WEEK SIX — 4TH - 8TH GRADE — ONLINE RESOURCES

8am — Monday, May 11
NOVA (Science)
Episode: Inside Animal Minds: Bird Genius (pt 1/3)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
As the Crow Thinks
Your Favorite Smart Animal
Corvid Caching

8am — Tuesday, May 12
NOVA (Science)
Episode: Inside Animal Minds: Dogs & Super Senses
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Sniffing Out Dogs' Senses
Driftwood the Dog
How Dolphins Echolocate and Imitate

8am — Wednesday, May 13
NOVA (Science)
Episode: Inside Animal Minds: Who's the Smartest (pt 3/3)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Interactive: Your Favorite Smart Animal
Dolphins Plan Ahead
Do Dogs Understand Fairness?

8am — Thursday, May 14
NOVA (Science)
Episode: Dog Tales
Dogs have long been dependable companions by our sides. But it wasn’t always that way, and a look at their closest living relative, the wolf, makes it clear why. Research into dog domestication and intelligence offers clues into what the human-dog relationship is all about. And analyzing dogs’ brain activity and genes may even help answer the question of whether dogs are in it for the food—or if they really love us.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Photo Essay: From Wolf to Dog | Nature: Dogs That Changed the World
Social and Historical Perspectives of Dogs
Sensing Sickness

8am — Friday, May 15
NOVA (Science)
Decoding COVID-19
The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has upended life as we know it in a matter of mere months. But at the same time, an unprecedented global effort to understand and contain the virus—and find a treatment for the disease it causes—is underway. Join the doctors on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 as they strategize to stop the spread, and meet the researchers racing to develop treatments and vaccines. Along the way, discover how this devastating disease emerged, what it does to the human body, and why it exploded into a pandemic.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Inventing in a Pandemic for the Tiniest Among Us
When Life Gives You Lemons: COVID-19 Pandemic Journal
A Brief but Spectacular Take on Surviving COVID-19

9am — Monday, May 11
History Detectives (Social Studies)
Episode: WB Cartoons, Galves Papers, Mussolini Dagger
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
SciGirls | Cartoon Coders: Brainstorm
The Emancipation Proclamation
Teaching Guide: Exploring the Rise of Italian Fascism

9am — Tuesday, May 12
History Detectives (Social Studies)
Episode: Chicago Clock, Universal Friends, War Dog Letter
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Time Management
Collection: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly: Access World Religions
DragonflyTV | Colorblind Dogs

9am — Wednesday, May 13
History Detectives (Social Studies)
Episode: Airplane Engine Part, Metal Shavings, Yakima Saddle
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Pearl Harbor Attack | Pearl Harbor USS Oklahoma: The Final Story
Palo Alto Air Cannon
National Western Stock Show | Colorado Experience

Related Resource: Houston Public Media
How ‘Go Tejano Day’ Became the Houston Rodeo’s Hottest Ticket

9am — Thursday, May 14
History Detectives (Social Studies)
Episode: John Brown's Raid Weapon, Siberia, Ronald McDonald Costume
In this episode, Wes Cowan looks into whether this weapon was part of abolitionist John Brown's notorious Harpers Ferry raid. Then, words etched into a bullet lead Eduardo Pagan to ask why US troops spent time in Siberia during World War I. Finally, Elyse Luray falls in love with a Ronald McDonald costume, complete with clown shoes. Was it the first costume of the Ronald McDonald campaign?

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
John Brown's Holy War - John Brown's Fort
Russian Expansion Across Siberia and North America
Theater Costume Design | Drama Arts Toolkit

9am — Friday, May 14
History Detectives (Social Studies)
Episode: WWII Drone, Wooden Club, Clara Barton Letter
In this episode, investigate a propeller that may be from a WWII-era drone aircraft. Then, an inscribed, wooden club appears to be a gift to Teddy Roosevelt. Who gave him this club, and why? And follow the trail of a letter and learns about Clara Barton's humanitarian work during the Civil War.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Drones in Agriculture
Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Third Term
Clara Barton, Biography | Ken Burns: The Civil War

10am — Monday, May 11
When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Pakicetus: Walking Whale Ancestor
Collection: When Whales Walked | Eons
Studying Adaptations for Walking in Dinosaurs

10am — Tuesday, May 12
Plants Behaving Badly (Science)
Episode: Murder & Mayhem (pt 1/2)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Seasonal Science: Venus Flytrap
Carnivorous Plants of Texas
A Venus Flytrap Works Just Like Your Brain | Braincraft

10am — Wednesday, May 13
Plants Behaving Badly (Science)
Episode: Sex & Lies (pt 2/2)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Secret Lives of Flowers | Exploratorium
Interactive: Life Cycle of a Seed Plant
Collections: Plants

10am — Thursday, May 14
Spy in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries
(Nature)
Episode: The Islands (pt 3/4)
Animal spies infiltrate unique island wildlife around the world including marine iguanas, koalas, Christmas Island red crabs, lemurs, kangaroos, seals, quokkas, Komodo dragons, rockhopper penguins and Galapagos tortoises.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Animals & Numeracy
Kangaroo Fact Sheet | Nature: Kangaroo Mob
The Komodo Dragon's Remarkable Physiology | Nature: The Dragon Chronicles

10am — Friday, May 14
Get the Math (Math)
Get the Math is about algebra in the real world. See how professionals use math in music, fashion, video games, restaurants, basketball, and special effects. Then take on interactive challenges related to those careers.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Math in Special Effects
Math in Fashion
Careers in Video Game Development

10:30am —Friday, May 15
Get the Math 2 (Math)
GET THE MATH 2.0 uses real-world scenarios to help middle- and high-school students develop algebraic thinking skills with a focus on reasoning. By engaging students in algebra's connection to a variety of careers, GET THE MATH answers the age-old question, "How is this ever going to help me in the real world?" Drawing on conventions of popular reality TV shows, these young professionals - a chef, an NBA player and a special-effects designer - pose challenges connected to their jobs to two teams of teens.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Math in Restaurants
Physics of Basketball
Collection: Real-World Math from KQED's The Lowdown

11am — Tuesday, May 12
Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World (Science)
Episode: The Telescope (pt 1/6)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Galileo's Telescope
The Beginnings of the Telescope
Telescopes | Crash Course Astronomy

11am — Wednesday, May 13
Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World (Science)
Episode: The Airplane (pt 2/6)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Leonardo da Vinci | Empires: The Medici
Interactive: Airplanes: Designing for Stealth
Challenge of Flight

Related Resource: Houston Public Media
The Engines of Our Ingenuity #1489 Helicopter
The Engines of Our Ingenuity #2543 Clara Adams Takes Flight

11am — Thursday, May 14
Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World (Science)
Episode: The Robot (pt 3/6)
Learn how robots were first conceptualized in ancient Rome and see how their use has evolved over the centuries, from the calculator to the Roomba. Then, take a sneak peek at what future robots will be able to do.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Rise of the Robots | The Ethics of Robotics
Developing Friendlier Robots
Walking, Soccer-Playing Robots

11am — Friday, May 15
Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World (Science)
Episode: The Car (pt 4/6)
Go for a ride through the 9,000-year history of the car, from its roots in dogsleds to Henry Ford’s affordable and assembly line-built Model T, and meet the scientists working on the next generation of self-driving automobiles.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Interactive: Dogsledding 101 | Nature: Sled Dogs: An Alaskan Epic
Henry Ford - Photo Gallery: Working at the Ford Factory
NOVA Next | The Uncertain Future of Self-Driving Cars

WEEK SIX — 9TH - 12TH GRADE — ONLINE RESOURCES

1pm — Monday, May 11
The Amazing Human Body (Science)
Episode: Learn (pt 3/3)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Born to Learn: Brain Science and Early Learning
Game to Learn
Collection: Summer Learning

1pm — Tuesday, May 12
Big Pacific (Nature)
Episode: Mysterious (pt 1/4)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
San Diego Turns Pacific Ocean into Safe Drinking Water | PBS NewsHour
Plastic in the Pacific | QUEST
Collection: Climate Change and the Pacific Islands

1pm — Wednesday, May 13
Big Pacific (Nature)
Episode: Violent (pt 2/4)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Snakes | UNTAMED
Plate Tectonics: The Hawaiian Archipelago
Apparent Death in Predatory Cichlids | EARTH A New Wild

1pm — Thursday, May 14
Big Pacific (Nature)
Episode: Voracious (pt 3/4)
There is plenty of food in the Pacific Ocean, but it is the challenge of finding that food that drives all life in the Pacific. In the voracious Pacific we meet a destructive army of mouths, a killer with a hundred mouths and the biggest mouth in the ocean.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Media Gallery: The Great White Shark
Blue Whale Barrel Roll
The Vampire Squid

1pm — Friday, May 15
Big Pacific (Nature)
Episode: Passionate (pt 4/4)
In the Pacific, the quest to multiply has spawned a stunning array of unusual behaviors and adaptations. There are forest penguins with a tenuous marriage, the secret rendezvous of great white sharks, and the tale of male pregnancy.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Penguins
Researching Great White Sharks | NOAA
Seahorse Basics

2pm — Wednesday, May 13
Shakespeare Uncovered (World Literature)
Episode: Richard III
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Shakespeare on Film | In Search of Shakespeare
Shakespeare's Language | In Search of Shakespeare
Shakespeare Inside the Classroom | Experiencing Shakespeare

2pm — Thursday, May 14
Masterpiece (British Literature)
Howard's End (pt 1/4)
In the spring of 1905, a passionate misunderstanding, a surprise visit, and a stolen umbrella set into motion a series of events that unexpectedly intertwine the lives of the Schlegel, the Wilcox and the Bast families.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Literature Circles | Conversations in Literature
Hamlet | Conversations in Literature
Lesson Builder | Conversations in Literature

2pm — Friday, May 15
Masterpiece (British Literature)
Howard's End (pt 2/4)
After Mrs. Wilcox’s death, her family is surprised by her final request regarding Howards End. The Schlegels face eviction from their home at Wickham Place. The Schlegel sisters take up the cause of Jacky Bast’s husband.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Literature Circles | Conversations in Literature
Hamlet | Conversations in Literature
Lesson Builder | Conversations in Literature

3pm — Monday, May 11
Civilizations (World History)
Episode: Renaissances
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Palestrina | Arts in the Renaissance
The Renaissance: An Overview | Empires: The Medici
Pavane | Arts in the Renaissance

3pm — Tuesday, May 12
Civilizations (World History)
Episode: Paradise on Earth
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Vining: Redefining Landscape Painting | Artrageous
Realism: Landscape
Nature | Creating an Island Paradise

3pm — Wednesday, May 13
Civilizations (World History)
Episode: Color & Light
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Light and Color
Refraction of Light Demonstration
Masterpiece Match | The Power of Art

3pm — Thursday, May 14
Civilizations (World History)
The Cult of Progress
This episode is about the "Progress" as an ideology, and how the "civilizing" project that arose from Enlightenment ideas was fraught with contradictions. During a time when many artists turned to non-Western art and culture for inspiration, artists like Albert Bierstadt, George Catlin and Gottfried Lindauer’s captured very different representations of the relationship between Europeans and indigenous subjects.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Profiles of the American West: George Catlin - How the West is Fun
Lesson 2: Japanese Influence on Whistler | James McNeill Whistler: The Case for Beauty
Isaac Newton, the Enlightenment, and the Natural World | Genius by Stephen Hawking

3pm — Friday, May 15
Civilizations (World History)
Episode: What is Art (Good For)?
Explore art in the age of revolution, war and profound scientific change and consider the question: Should art create a separate realm, a place of escape, or should it plunge into the chaos, transforming the way we see and live in the world?

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Elements of Art | KQED Art School
Elements of Art | National Gallery of Art
The Art Critic: How to Write About Art

Related Resource: Houston Public Media
Recycled Material Art | Arts InSight

4pm — Monday, May 11
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
(U.S. History)
Episode: A Strong & Active Faith (pt 7/7)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
The Powers of the Presidency: Theodore Roosevelt to Franklin D.
President Theodore Roosevelt: Foreign Policy Statesman or Bully?
Eleanor Roosevelt - Biography: Eleanor Roosevelt's Life

4pm — Wednesday, May 13
Asian Americans (U.S. History)
Episode: Good Americans/ Generations Rising (pt 2/3)
Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Immigration Debate
Asian American Candidates Compete for the Asian Vote | The New Deciders
Cold War Ideology

4pm — Thursday, May 14
Asian Americans (U.S. History)
Episode: Breaking Through (pt 3/3)
At the turn of the new millennium, the country tackles conflicts over immigration, race, economic disparity, and a shifting world order. A new generation of Asian Americans are empowered by growing numbers and rising influence but face a reckoning of what it means to be an American in an increasingly polarized society.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Immigration Debate
Asian American Candidates Compete for the Asian Vote | The New Deciders
Cold War Ideology

5pm — Thursday, May 14
The Registry (U.S. History)
This film breaks open the hidden history of the US Army's Military Intelligence Service (MIS) during World War II -- a story made possible because of a few aging Japanese American veterans with a little Internet savvy and a lot of determination.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
What Is Intelligence?
Soldiers, Veterans, and War in American Life
The Future of Artificial Intelligence #20 | Crash Course AI

4pm — Friday, May 15
Latino Americans (U.S. History)
Episode: Foreigners In Their Own Land (pt 1/6)
Explore the period from 1565-1880, as the first Spanish explorers enter North America, the U.S. expands into territories in the Southwest that had been home to Native Americans and English and Spanish colonies, and as the Mexican-American War strips Mexico of half its territories by 1848.

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
The American Army in the Mexican War | US-Mexican War
The Mexican-American War
Collection: Latino Americans

5pm — Friday, May 15
Latino Americans (U.S. History)
Episode: Empire of Dreams (pt 2/6)
Documents how the American population begins to be reshaped by the influx of people that began in 1880 and continues into the 1940s, as Cubans, Mexicans and Puerto Ricans begin arriving in the U.S. and start to build strong Latino-American communities in South Florida, Los Angeles and New York

Related Resources: PBS LearningMedia
Cuba: The Latin Beat | Music Arts Toolkit
Segregation in California: Separate Schools for Mexicans and Whites
Puerto Rican Perspectives