Study Guide chapter 9 test

  • Three Branches of government.
  • Anarchy
  • Democracy
  • Dictatorship
  • Monarchy
  • Unlimited Government
  • Limited Government
  • What is considered the cradle of Democracy
  • Columbian Exchange
  • Crusade
  • Guild
  • Reform
  • Constantinople
  • Polis
  • Philosophy
  • Parliament
  • Rome
  • What was the period of peace and prosperity initiated by Caesar Augustus?
  • Who was Socrates?
  • Feudal system
  • Which Portuguese sailor sailed around the Cape of Good Hope?
  • Who invented the printing press?
  • Where was Jesus Christ born?
  • Where did Christopher Columbus think he had sailed to?
  • How did renaissance writers reach a wider audience?
  • What is a charter?

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Essay Questions:

According to legend, how was the city of Rome founded?

What was the protestant reformation?

This Week in Science ( October 27, 2014 )

FOCUS:

1. Types of Chemical Reactions:

  • Synthesis
  • Decomposition
  • Single Replacement
  • Double Replacement

2. The Law of Conservation of Mass

3. Density:

  • Analyzing and calculating  the density of regular and irregular objects.

HOMEWORK:

1. Study for common assessment 2 . Test Date – 11/4; 11/5, 2014. Use your facts to know sheet , lab book and other resources to review and study for the test.

2. I Science- Read pages 84 – 98. Answer all the questions. Remember to take caveman notes. Due Date – 10/29; 10/30, 2014.

Ancient Greece, Rome, and types of government test

October 27\28  Study Guide to come soon.

A Concise Breakdown of that Dratted Research Paper

Research paper

World Cultures Homework

Textbook page 244 1-5

worksheet page 48,4

MATH PRE-AP/GT OCTOBER 17, 2014

NOTES TO PARENTS AND STUDENTS:

Objectives for next week:  UNIT 2  Number Operations

*Review on subtracting fractions with renaming.

*Review on multiplying and dividing fractions.

*Multiplying and dividing decimals.

*Adding and subtracting integers

*Pop-up quiz on multiplying and dividing fractions

Homework due on Monday, Tuesday, October 20-21:  Multiplying decimals:  Complete calculation on your tablet.   No calculations = No grade!

Tutorials:  Every Thursday after school from 3:40 to 4:10 p.m.

WHEN ANSWERING PROBLEMS ALWAYS REMEMBER:

EVERY PROBLEM MUST INCLUDE:

  1. CALCULATIONS-PROCESS= ANSWER
  2. ANSWER WRITTEN IN SIMPLEST FORM
  3. UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
  4. ANSWER WRITTEN IN COMPLETE SENTENCE

Stay focused on learning!  :-)

Bibliography Help

Many of the students are asking out to cite the video they saw about their topic.  Here is some help.  Please note: I took this information from Purdue OWL.  That is a great place to go to get help with writing.

Other Examples of Sources in your Bibliography

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