Objective: In this lesson you learned how to find limits graphically and numerically and
THE CRUCIBLE ACTIVITY PACKET
As we read The Crucible in class you will be expected to complete all of the
critical thinking, analysis, and synthesis activities in this packet.
Additionally, you will be respo
Lacking Evidence So What?
W.K Clifford (1845-1878), Englsih philosopher and mathematician wrote in The Ethics
of Belief that it is morally wrong to believe something with no evidence
How do we acquire beliefs? Observation and authority
Is observation (
As the audience, we can see several aspects to personal and shared knowledge in the article
"Exile" through the eyes of Mohammed Ademo. Mohammed was exiled for speaking up against
the injustice in his country. From shared knowledge from his uncle, Mohamme
How do we know when a belief is reliable?
Reliabilism - Alvin Goldmans (contemporary philosophy) theory that a belief is
justified when it is produced by a reliable process (the Ways of Knowing)
Each way of knowing has varying degrees of
Theory of Knowledge
TOK, Part 1: Chapters 1 and 2
The problem of knowing
Many contradictories in the world of knowledge
Different perspectives and opinions - Which is right?
Throughout history, there are many
An Ongoing Battle
Everyone has a dragon they must face. Sometimes the battle with the dragon could be
defeated in a short time, others might take a little longer. However, no matter how long it takes,
one must never give up in the battle, whether its a ba
How would you define culture?
Way men and women interact
To what extent does culture contribute to knowledge?
TOK explores HOW we think as a means to understand WHAT we think
Brains and bodies =
Structure of Bacillus coagulants (a prokaryotic)
*all bacteria has
Shapes of Bacteria
Theory of Knowledge, Period 5
How do I know what I know? What kind of knower am I?
I am the type of person to accept knowledge for the way it is. As a result, I tend to use mostly
authority in my daily life. Rationalism follows after,
Unit 1: Decoding Knowledge
1: Types of knowledge and knowledge questions
Knowledge claims - a statement in which we claim to know something. It can also be a
claim made about knowledge
Justified - shown to be fair, right, or reasonable
Personal Knowledge: the knowledge we have through our own experiences and
personal involvement; this can include knowledge by acquaintance, practical knowledge,
and factual knowledge
Can you read about hunger and know what it is like
The Crucible, by Arthur Miller
Act I Responses
1) How does Miller characterize Parris? How does Parris feel about his parishioners?
a) Parris is characterized as a 40-year-old reverend. He is a cold, strict man who
cares deeply for his daughter but does n
English 10 - The Crucible Act II
Answer the following questions in your notebook. Use specific points of evidence from the text to support your
1. Why doesn't Proctor go to Salem to report what Abigail has told him? Why does Elizabeth want him to
Writing Seminar III Unit 1 Test Study Guide
*The test consists of two parts: Vocabulary and Grammar.
Part 1: Vocabulary
*Understanding word roots: Study the PowerPoint slides that I posted.
Some key points are:
1. Know the difference between a prefix and
Objective: In this lesson you learned how calculus compares with precalculus.