May 1, 2015
Energy Contents of Foods
The purpose of this lab is to measure the energy contents in different foods by using
a calorimeter. A calorimeter is a object used to measure heat of chemical reactions
and physical changes.
26 January 2016
Who am I Paper
My personality is a piece of me that cannot be replaced; only altered for the better.
The past is a place where I have left my mark on society, a way of remembering my
In the 1790's the US was just getting started with its new federal
government. There were lots of different ideas on what role the
government should play. The big argument domestically was whether
the government should be very restricted in its powers to
Buddhism Part 1 Reflective Reading/Writing Assignment
Buddhas rejection of extreme asceticism did not diminish his resolve to enter fully into lifes
mystery and to unlock its secrets. When he arrived at a park in a town he was passing through h
Galerius and Constantine: Edicts of Toleration 311/313C.E.
Read the following passages from the Edict of Toleration and the Edict of Milan and answer the
following questions. Be sure to type your answers and to construct your answers in a manner
Your Name: _
Class Period: _
The Tragedy of Macbeth
In the play Macbeth, the nobleman Macbeth kills a king and takes the crown for himself.
Macbeth is based on the main events of a real kings rule in Scotland in the 11th century.
The Didache (The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles)
The Didache, pronounced Did-a-Kay,(Greek for teaching) was written
around 45 C.E., though it was not discovered in its entirety until the 19 th
century. It was probably not written by the actual Apostles,
Renaissance Historical Context
Complete this page based on the information given on pages 232234 of the textbook.
Fill in the names and dates of the reigns of the six English kings and queens. Then,
write concise notes about their reigns.
King or Queen
AP US History II- 5th Period
6 December 2016
DBQ Take Home
The French and Indian War was an event that ultimately shaped the path that led to the
Revolutionary War. Its outcome allowed Britain to rise to power in the cont
Since the birth of the American democracy, indeed since the birth of political philosophy,
theories regarding the importance of a cohesive and centralized government have been
in direct opposition to theories concerning the preservation of individual libe