TO THE EDUCATION SYSTEM
IN THE UNITED STATES
AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM: AN OVERVIEW
The American education system is unlike that in many other countries. Though the U.S.
Federal government contributes al
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26. comisura-corner of the lips
2. atasco-traffic jam
27. fastidiar-to tease; to bother or annoy
3. resoplar-breath heavily; to blow
28. sobresaltarse-to be surprised
AP Physics C
HW 25: Angular Momentum I
View From Above
A bicycle wheel of mass M (assumed to be concentrated at its rim) and radius R is mounted
horizontally so it may turn without frict
A system consists of two small disks, of masses m and 2m, attached to a rod of
negligible mass of length 3l as shown above. The rod is free to turn about a vertical
axis through point P. The two disks rest on a rough horizontal surface; the
Notes Graphic Organizer for
Ch. 11- The Industrial Revolution
Identify three new technology innovations within the last 10 years.
Explain how each has impacted your life.
How do you think the innovations of the 1700s revolution affected
Class Notes: List of Plays by Shakespeare
The Comedy of Errors
The Taming of the Shrew
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Love's Labor's Last
The Merchant of Venice
Notes on Dramatic Elements of Shakespeare
Nurse: "And yet, I warrant, it had upon its brow
A bump as big as a young cock'rel's stone."
Tybalt: "I will withdraw; but this intrusion shall,
Now seeming sweet, convert to bitt'rest g
Notes on Attention Grabbers of Shakespeare
The principle of retributive justice.
A literary device wherein something nonhuman found in
nature - a beast, plant, stream, natural force, etc. performs as though from human feeling or m
Notes on Dramatic Devices Used in Shakespeare
Direct address to an absent person of to an abstract or
A short speech which is heard by the audience but not the
other characters in the play.
Notes on What Shakespeare is Made Up Of
a short passage spoken in an undertone or directed to the
audience, it is presumed to be inaudible to other
characters on the stage
two successive rhyming lines of a verse
a statement which app
Notes on Action Words
use of vivid words and phrases (figurative language) that
conjure up mental pictures or associations in the
imagination (Example: "O serpent heart, hid with a
the opposition of words, themes, or ph
Notes on Terms to Create a Sense of Drama
accepted way of staging things in Elizabethan theatre.
(Example: audience understood the conventional use of
the chorus at the beginning of the acts of a play)
drama in which the protagonist
Notes on Phrasing Shakespeare
Mercutio: ".run through the ear with a love song."
Mercutio and Benvolio
Romeo: "Why then, O brawling love, O loving hate, O
anything, of nothing first create."
Friar: "The gray-e
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daily wallowing in the troubles and sins of ve billion strangers.
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33. GRAMMAR: COMMA SPLICES AND FUSED SETENCES
Write 1 for each item that is a single complete sentence. f
Write 0 for each item that is a comma splice or l
1865-1914 Historical Context
-railroad completed in 1869
-frontier closes in 1890
-expansion (gain Cuba, Puerto Rico and Hawaii)
-Native Americans are impacted (sent to reservations, Dawes Allotment Act 1877)
-large amount of Chinese immagrants for buildi
Exploration of American was based on discovery, wealth, and conquest
special focus on savages and being daring explorers
Important explorers: Christopher Columbus
De Vaca- connected with Indians and wanted good relations
Reading Literature: Coming of Age ELIT1040-B
April 3, 2012
World War I was all about manhood. It was about young boys being sent overseas
to achieve greatness, to honor their nation. It was about f
Reading Literature: Coming of Age
February 9, 2012
In the poem The Caterpillar by Robert Graves, Graves uses a lot of natural imagery to
tell the story of a caterpillar eating away on leaf. At first g
Reading Literature: Coming of Age ELIT1040-B
March 15, 2012
For the typical American, thinking of a proper career begins at an early age.
Elementary school children boast about becoming firefighters or astro
September 19, 2012
1. What does Gertrude know about the Kings death?
Towards the end of the play, Gertrude drinks the poison that Claudius set up for
Hamlet. When Gertrude realizes what happened, she immediately figures out that