UNIT I Evolution, Diversity & Animal behavior
This unit includes six chapters for which you can find learning objectives: Ch 22-26 and 51 on
InClass. You must complete the learning objectives for each chapter in order to receive full credit.
To what extent was the First World
War a total war?
Name: Deena Dalal
Teacher: Else Saoud
Date: 25 November 2009
Word Count: 1659
A. Plan of Investigation
This investigates the extent to which the First World War was a total war.
Elections- Secretary Speech
Good afternoon, my name is Deena Dalal and Im running for Secretary. Ive always
wanted to run for student council, but never really took initiative. And, next year will be my last
To what extent did the people of Nazi Germany benefit from Hitlers economic
policies from 1933 to 1939?
EmploymentWhen Hitler came to power, the 6 million Germans were unemployed and by 1940, the
number of unemployed was almost none . In 1936, Hit
Nazi Economic Policy 1933-1939
People will vote for or join a political party that they believe will increase their wealth,
power, and prestige. One of the most important reasons why the Nazi Party gained in
popularity in the late 1920s was because of the
With all the success of George Orwell, it is hard to imagine that he was once a
poor child who believed he was doomed for life with failure. In the essay, Such, such
were the Joys, from A collection of Short Essays by George Orwell, a thorough