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At-Home Learning

At-Home Learning

PBS Western Reserve is airing blocks of at-home-learning programs on Fusion (WNEO 45.2 / WEAO 49.2) weekdays from noon to 5 p.m. Subjects covered are science, history and English language arts, plus the content includes related learning resources from PBS Learning Media (pbslearningmedia.org).

Fusion

(WNEO 45.2 / WEAO 49.2)

Monday, Oct. 19

NOON

LIFE FROM ABOVE, Moving PlanetCameras in space capture footage of the greatest and most powerful movements on our planet.

1 PM

NATURE, Undercover in the JungleA film crew journeys to the untouched wilderness of biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest.

2 PM

THE WAR, A World Without WarBy 1945, people understand all too well that there will be more bad news before the war can end.

4:30 PM

THE FUTURE OF AMERICA’S PAST, TranscontinentalHigh in the Utah desert in 1869, two locomotives met and a golden spike was hammered into new rails. The first transcontinental railroad was complete.

Tuesday, Oct. 20

NOON

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 6, Unit 2Lessons 3 & 5: Recipes and Defining Equivalent Ratios

12:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 7, Unit 2Lesson 4, Proportional Relationships and Equations

1 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 8, Unit 4Lesson 3: Balanced Moves

1:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Algebra 1, Unit 6Lesson 1: A Different Kind of Change

2 PM

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, The Gilded AgeThe extravagance of the titans of the late 19th century contrasted with the poverty of workers.

4 PM

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, Emma GoldmanExplore the controversial life of the notorious lecturer, fearless writer and merciless publisher.

Wednesday, Oct. 21

NOON

LIFE FROM ABOVE, Patterned PlanetDiscover the weird and wonderful shapes that cover Earth's surface as seen from space.

1 PM

NOVA, Prediction by the NumbersDiscover how predictions underpin many aspect of our lives and why some succeed while others fail.

2 PM

CITIES OF LIGHT: THE RISE AND FALL OF ISLAMIC SPAINAn epic journey back to when Muslims, Christians and Jews held a fragile union in Western Europe.

4 PM

HISTORY DETECTIVESA powder horn in Minnesota is traced to a captain in Massachusetts during the American Revolution.

Thursday, Oct. 22

NOON

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 6, Unit 2Lesson 6: Introducing Double Number Line Diagrams

12:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 7, Unit 2Lesson 6: Using Equations to Solve Problems

1 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 8, Unit 4Lessons 4 & 5: More Balanced Moves

1:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Algebra 1, Unit 6Lesson 2: How Does It Change?

2 PM

THE STORY OF CHINA WITH MICHAEL WOOD, Ancestors/Silk Roads and China ShipsMichael Wood explores China's early history and visits a festival devoted to ancient gods.

4 PM

HISTORY DETECTIVESThe notes in a 1775 Almanac could shed light on how the revolution may have strained family ties.

Friday, Oct. 23

NOON

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 6, Unit 2Lessons 3 & 5: Recipes and Defining Equivalent Ratios

12:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 7, Unit 2Lesson 4, Proportional Relationships and Equations

1 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Grade 8, Unit 4Lesson 3: Balanced Moves

1:30 PM

ILLUSTRATIVE MATH, Algebra 1, Unit 6Lesson 1: A Different Kind of Change

2 PM

THE TALK—RACE IN AMERICASix stories focuses on the troubled relationship between people of color and law enforcement.

4 PM

THE GREAT AMERICAN READ, Who Am I?Explore the ways that America's best-loved novels answer the age-old question, "Who am I?"