-to find out how much nike shoes fell off the cargo ship,and where they might have fallen off.
-If the containers full of shoes fell off.Then how deep could have they gone down the ocean
MODULE 2 Review
Plate Tectonics (2.01)
Explain in your own words the Theory of Plate Tectonics-plates that are in all parts of the
world that move and create hills,mountains and highland.
Identify the layers of the earth (core/crust/mantle)
Title: Gravity Lab
Objective: The objective of this lab assignment is to determine if
objects with different masses fall at the same rate or varying rates in
the presence of air and in a vacuum.
Problem: What effect does Earths gravitational force hav
Three Worlds Meet
Europe, Africa, and North America
The World Before 1492
Before Columbus discovery of the New World, Old World continents (Asia, Africa, Europe) and New World
continents (the Americas, Australia) did NOT know about each other
-Taking you guys on my virtual tour to learn
about dinosaur trace fossils. Where they are
found, related organisms, evolution, and
pictures! Hope you enjoy my tour!
By Michelle Rodriguez
Biological Evolution and
Causes of the American Revolution 1763-1776
By the 1700s, England and France were the two strongest countries in the world
They competed over EVERYTHING!
The New World territory was just another way for them to
Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
The box plots show student grades on the most recent exam compared to overall grades in the class:
Which of the following best describes the information about the medians?
The exam median is only 1-2 poi
MODULE 6 Review
Marine Conservation (6.01)
Know the difference between native and invasive species
Know how invasive species are introduced and what problems they can cause including examples such as:
o Zebra Mussels
o Green Crabs
o Green Alga Caulerpa
6.04 & Oceans 05 Debate Reflection
Reflection & Learning: How did you feel about the topic and the side (pro or con) that you had to debate?
Did you personally agree with the side you had to defend? What are some important things you learned about
05.00 Module Five Pretest
05.01 Hyphenation and Syntax
08.00 Review Module Eight Checklist: Honors Level Students
05.02 Reading Poetry
05.03 The Art of Language
05.04 Understanding 20th Century Poe
parasympathetic nervous system
Anatomy and physiology Honors
Preganglionic motor neuron
Eye: Dilates pupil
1. When it says that Nikoleta is in the 10th percentile for both length and weight
it means that Nikoleta weighs more than 10% of baby girls her age and less
than 90% of he girls her age. The is not desirable because she is not gaining
2.03 assignment Anatomy and Physiology Honors
Procedure Part 1
A. I was able to hold the book parallel to the ground for 42 seconds.
B. The muscles that experienced the most fatigue was my Deltoid, and my Bicep
brachii in my right arm f
Florence and Frank Flu are waiting patiently on a door knob for their chance at a
pickup. As your hand approaches the door knob, they seize the opportunity and
latch on to your skin. What will happen to Florence and Frank as they attempt to find
1. The components of real bone tissue i used in my model
were the periosteum, the compact bone, and spongy bone. The
blue tape is the periosteum and the brown paper in the
compact bone, and then i have regular paper inside the brown
paper for the spongy b
The endocrine system is composed of tissues and organs throughout the body that
secret hormones. The endocrine gland communicates with the body and that is very
important. The endocrine system is like sending a package to someone by the
endocrine system s
Beginning with Science 02: Scientific Investigation
For this assignment you will do two things:
Part I: Evaluate one experimental design. (10 points)
Part II: Design your own experiment using the scientific method. (40 points)
Review each scenario below,
Anatomy and Physiology Honors
Module 5 lesson 5.01 Honors
Smoking can cause permanent damage to your lungs and the tissues that are
involved with your lungs. The lung tissues that can be damaged from smoking are
the alveoli, capillaries
Anatomy and physiology Honors
5.02 Honors assignment
1. Describe the common tissues in the organs of the intestinal tract.
The common tissues in the intestinal tract are the serosa, muscle layer, submucosa,
and mucosa. Serosa is the out
Name: Bryanna Welsh Chap 21 Solid and Hazardous Waste
1.Electronic waste is the fastest-growing solid waste problem in the United States and in the world.
2. Municipal solid waste is the combined solid waste produced by homes and workplaces.
3. Eighty to
1.POPULATION BIOLOGY CONCEPTS
A population is a group of individuals of the same species that live in the same place at the same
Variation in a population is called genetic diversity
A community consists of all the populations
Name: Bryanna Welsh Chap 22 Review - SustainableCities
1. Since 1920 in the United States, better sanitation, clean water supplies, and medical care have reduced the incidence of
infectious disease and sickness from malnutrition.
2. Urban areas grow by na
STRATEGIES OF SUSTAINABILITY
China plans on dropping fertility rates by discouraging premarital sex and urges
people to delay marriage and limit their families to one child each
Couples that pledge to have no more than one child get many b
Hour 1: Cupcake death sentence
A bunch of sugar molecules coming fresh out the oven, I have been baked into
a delicious circle/square treat. Covered icing and topped with rainbow sprinkles.
The best treat for a party. Im
3.07 Honors Hormones
Anatomy and physiology honors
Death of a Diabetic Case Study
1. The symptoms of diabetes include increased thirst, frequent urination,
hunger, fatigue, and blurred vision.
2. One type of diabetes is type 1 diabetes.
Directions: Test your senses by working through all four activities below.
Activity 1: Touch Receptors
List four sensations detected by the tactile receptors in the skin. (Hint: See lesson page 3.)