HOMEWORK RV080 Fall 2016 final (11)

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HOMEWORK RV080 Fall 2016 Thanksgiving Assignment to be completed by Monday, November 27. I have attached the files you will need to download. Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BQSOkkoDjc with the CC (Closed Captions) on. Answer the following questions: 1. What did the Pilgrims in England want to do early in the 17 th century (1600s)? 2. When they were persecuted, where did they go? 3. But there they struggled to make a living and felt threatened by the permissive Dutch society. So, they decided to go to the New World (North America) in order to _______________________________________________. 4. When did they leave for the New World? 5. What was the name of their ship? 6. Describe the trip. 7. When and where did they arrive? 8. List the difficulties of the first winter. 9. List what Squanto taught the Pilgrims that allowed them to survive. 10. Who was the governor of Plymouth? 11. In 1621 they were thankful for three things: 12. Describe the first Thanksgiving. 13. What three shows do people watch on TV on Thanksgiving? 14. What are the 7 traditional foods of Thanksgiving? 15. Thanksgiving is time to give ______________________. 16. What three things are you thankful for in your life? B. Read the “Gratitude: Parent of All Virtues” article and answer the questions. C. Look at “elt-resourceful-gratitude no key.pdf” and answer the questions. You DO NOT have to do Number 1, LEAD-IN. The video for number 5 is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsIPXwr9BQEC. What three things are you thankful for in your life? I am thankful for _____________________(NOUN). I am thankful that ______________________ (CLAUSE). D. Read and answer questions 1-9 in the “Plymouth Colony” packet. Wednesday, Nov. 23 There is no homework due for Wednesday, but there is homework for Monday, Nov. 28. I will be posting that tomorrow evening. Due Monday, Nov. 21
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I have found another video of the Coriolis Effect for you that has closed captions. It is a little slow to get started, but it clearly demonstrates the effect. The film is made on the exact equator in Ecuador. You see how the drain emptied straight down at the Equator, counterclockwise a few feet to the north and clockwise a few feet to the south: http://www.bing.com/videos/search? q=Coriolis+Effect+Demonstration&&view=detail&mid=C8A834EAC491A7B54 F5DC8A834EAC491A7B54F5D&FORM=VRDGAR Finish reading the story pages 172-174. Answer the comprehension questions. If you answer a question as false, make sure you explain why it is false. Do exercise 1 on pages 178-179. Write cards for the following words: diplomatic, shudder, defeatist, gape, gasp, wits, rumors, dungeons, eloquence ALL CARDS FROM UNITS 5-6 WILL BE DUE THE MONDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING, NOV. 27 TH . Due Wednesday, Nov. 16 Write cards for sucked, swirl, fronts, deflected, droplets, beads, suds, foam, algae Read pages 162-167 and do the comprehension exercises on pages 162-63 and 166-67. Due Monday, Nov. 14 Unit 6, Composition Understanding Cultural Differences : Write a letter to Ann Landers using the example in the book on page 147. Try to follow the idea of asking for information about a custom or behavior you notice in the US that you don’t understand or find silly because it is different than in your country. If you
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