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Nobel Prize

Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been awarded to men and women from all corners of the globe for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and for work in peace. In 1968, economic sciences added to the the list of fields.
  • This website created by the Nobel Foundation includes information about prize winners, games, and videos about the Nobel Prizes.
  • Learn about Alfred Nobel and his invention, dynamite. Under the Educational section, learn about the Democracies of the World and Immune REsponses. Try a few of the many educational games:
    • The Blood Typing Game
    • The Laser Challenge Game
    • The DENA - the Double Helix Game
    • The Pavlov's Dog Game
    • The Diabetic Dog Game

      Published by Nobel Prize Foundation

  • • Click here for this Web Site
    Curriculum Information For Resource

    Snapshot
    Grade Level(s):6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Junior/Community College, University
    Curriculum Areas:Economics
    Science
    History/Social Science
    English/Language Arts
    Themes/Keywords: Chemistry
    Economics
    LIterature
    Medicine
    Peace
    Physics


    Vocabulary
    biography, economic sciences, physiology, medicine, literature, physics, peace, international award, accelerators, integrated circuit, laureate, relativity, semiconductors, transistors, polymers, blood typing, diabetes


    Essential Question(s)
    1. How are the qualifications for a candidate to be awarded a Nobel Prize?

    Discussion Question(s)
    1. Who are the most recent Nobel laureates?
    2. What are the categories for the awards?
    3. What is the nomination process?
    4. What were the achievements of Alfred Nobel?

    Extension and Activities
    1. History/Social Science: Create a map of the countries that have had a Nobel Laureate.
    2. Mathematics: Tally the Nobel Laureate men and women. Graphically display results. Can you predict a trend for the number of men and women being honored in the next decade.
    3. History/Social Science: Select a Nobel Laureate and create a multimedia presentation for that individual.
    4. Science: Create a diagram showing the areas of science that have received Nobel prizes.
    5. Language Arts: Create a panel to discuss nominations for the next Nobel Laureates. Have each group research and select a candidate nominee for each Nobel Prize category.


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    pictureSharon Sumner
    Technology Coordinator
    Sullivan School District - Sullivan, MO






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