Associate Level Material
Final Project Matrix
Using information from the correlating chapters in Special Education for Todays Teachers: An Introduction, complete the appropriate sections of
the matrix as you proceed through the course.
CHAPTER 20: static Electricity
-Electrostatics: study of electrical charges that can be collected and
held in one place.
-Objects with same time of charge repel each other
-opposite charges attract eachother
-yellow: positive, green: negative [hard rubber
Last spring, I attempted a new event in track other than my usual long/triple jumps. I chose one that
people might have thought was not the smartest, considering my height; nonetheless, I became a hurdler.
Although I was ab
Salvador Allende Gossens becomes the 1st
president elected on a Marxist- Leninist
program in a non-Communist country.
Allende turned Chile towards Socialism. However,
opposition was strong, this led to severe economic
Rutvi Ramesh Patel
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April 14, 2005
Admissions Review Committee
University of California
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Attn: Appeals Committee
Re: Request for reevaluation of Rutvi Pa
Number of abortions per year: 1.37 Million (1996)
Number of abortions per day: Approximately 3,700
Who's having abortions (age)?
52% of women obtaining abortions in th
Pro-choice versus pro-life
Life: any form of living anumal or vegetable.
Human life: any living rentity that has dna from the species homo sapiens. This includes an ovum,
spermatozoon, zygote, embryo, fetus newborn. It also includes an infant, child, adul
-A spectrum that contains only certain colors, or
wavelengths, is called a line spectrum.
The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom
-Danish physicist, Niels Bohr (1885-1962), saw connection on
how each element is capable of emitting its own
-German physicist, Max Planck (1858-1947), predicted how the
spectrum of radiation emitted by an object changes with its
-Planck proposed that there is a fundamental restriction on
the amounts of energy that an object emits
20 June 2006
10 Key Points (p 2-19)
1- Humans are constantly seeking for meanings; thus, humans tend to observe and constantly create
meanings and stories for unknowns. And as soon as the secret has been revealed by creativi
April 25, 2004
Chapter 16 Vocabulary
1. Under the dictator, Benito Mussolini, Italy became a state with a central
government otherwise known as a fascist state.
2. Adolf Hitler, dictator, came into power in Germany, and was the h
[I still have to connect this draft with what I will bring to a UC]
As I sit in midst of class or calmly at home, I sometimes let my brain
wander into, as they say the, uncharted territory of my mind. During
this unworldly journey I come across various as
Multiple Choice. 1 point each. Choose the single response that BEST matches the query.
1. Which of the following substances is LEAST likely to cause symptoms of physical
dependence after long-term repeated use?
1. Wilkinson, Frederick. Arms and Armour. Hamlyn, London: 1971
2. Crosby, Kevin M. Lysons, Daniel. Pinter, Carrie. Randolph, Ann. Medieval Weapons
of War in the Physics Curriculum. Kenosha, WI
3. Geiselman, Kevin A. Ingenious Machines. 2003