Carlos is a 40-year-old man with a wife and two children. Carlos works as a banker in a beautiful
island nation. Unexpectedly, an earthquake registering an 8 on the Richter scale hits Carlos's
country. Carlos's home is destroyed. De
2) There have been several waves of migration to the United States throughout the country's history.
A. Describe the THREE waves of migration to the United States.
B. For each wave of migration, identify ONE group of people who migrated to
1) Choose an example of forced migration: Hurricane Katrina
2) Identify basic facts:
Where it occurred?
This category five hurricane reached a large
number of places, including the Bahamas,
Florida, and other eastern states. New
A) Absolute location: 513026N 0739W
b) Province map
c) Country Map
This map shows the
toponyms of towns,
regional parks, and
other large, im
Elements included: County boundaries and toponyms, city toponyms, surrounding bodies of
water, shows political boundaries in Florida in 1884
Missing elements: Map scale, legend, key, or symbols, compass
1) Gather information through an interview. Prepare a set of questions that will help you trace the
family's migration history, including instances of internal migration.
Where did you migrate to?
".Since the inception of the telegraph and radio, the globe has contracted, spatially, into a single
large village. McLuhan, Marshall. Understanding Media.
Marshall McLuhan was a Canadian communications expert and educator who wrote
1. Define each of the following types of regions.
1. formal region
i. An area whose defining characteristic can be found throughout the region,
such as climate.
2. functional region
i. A region connected by a specific function or activity
1) Explain how marginal costs, direct costs, and opportunity costs are different. Use an example
from your personal life to illustrate each concept.
Direct costs are the obvious and personal costs that have to be paid, while marginal costs
Nowadays, were all used to living in the modern world, but it wasnt always
that way. The "modernists" basically include all the artists and writers who
were living smack in the middle of the huge, massive tr
The Emergence of Two
Religions in the 16
Century and its Impact on
Group 4 Period 3
Stephanie Guevara and English Pollard
How did Anglicanism emerge?
To begin this, King Henry VIII was the king of
England who married
Acquainted with The Night
Robert Frost is my favorite poet of all time. When I first read this poem, I had no clue he was the
one who wrote it although his name was under the title. Ive always felt, kind of like me, Robert
viewed himself to b
Read the following questions. Choose two of the prompts from the list and write a response to
the prompts in a Geo Journal entry.
Study the political cartoon and then respond to the following questions: What groups are
represented in the p
The country is a microstate that is completely landlocked. Its dimensions are 29 miles long and 9
miles width with a total of 268 square miles in total land area. It is completely surrounded by one
other state. The culture within the state
You may be surprised to learn that Earth is still home to groups of hunter-gatherers today. A tiny
fraction of the human population living in isolated regions of inner Australia, Africa, South
America, various islands in the Indian Ocean,
In a Geo Journal entry, write a response to the free-response question below. Be sure to be as
clear and precise as you can in your response. Stick to the facts and do not include any
A) Define the following terms:
Think about what you have learned about al-Qaeda as a global network. In a Geo Journal article,
respond to the following questions:
Why is terrorism hard for states to contain?
Terrorism can be difficult for a state to contain because of t
Which of the theories do you think is most persuasive? What examples from history or current
events would support the theory?
I believe the most persuasive theory is the domino theory, which states that the fall of one
state will lead to t
Write a response to the following questions in your Geo Journal.
A) Think of where you live. Can you identify three ethnic places or ethnic enclaves in your
town? What other signs of ethnicity have you seen in your neighborhood? What signs
The map shows the locations of U.S. car and light-truck assembly plants in 2004.
A) Define the following terms and relate each of them to the U.S. automobile industry:
weight-gaining industry, agglomeration, deglomeration.
Suppose that you are asked to write an answer to a free-response question relating to the ways
that race and ethnicity have shaped the human landscape on the AP Human Geography Exam.
The first part of the free-response question asks you th
In a Geo Journal entry, write a response to the free-response question below. Use your analysis
of the question's point values and the outline you created to draft your response. Be sure to be as
clear and precise as you can in your respon
Shakespeare Analysis Graphic Organizer: Part Two
As you read Act 3 and Act 4 of The Taming of the Shrew, notice events which take place to help develop the plot. Identify which part of
the plot is being developed (exposition, rising actio
English 3 Honors
23 February 2017
Literary Analysis of The Taming of The Shrew
In the Elizabethan-era play, The Taming of The Shrew, written by William Shakespeare,
without a doubt explores such literary and comedic e
Shakespeare Analysis Graphic Organizer: Part Three
As you complete the reading of The Taming of the Shrew, reflect on how comedic situations impact the plot development. Provide examples of comedic devices
being used to show the ways th
March 22, 2017
Even If You Werent My Father Analysis
Marked with such diction, imagery and selection-of-detail, the poem written by Camillo
Sbarbaro, Even If You Werent My Father, explores the nature of a speaker recounting
Marked with such symbolism and diction, the short poem, The Coming of Wisdom with
Time, reflects the poets knowledge on the lies we are fooled by as children, and the truth that
greets us at adulthood. Through the use of such literary elements, scholars h
Amnesty Poetry Response
I think you God analysis
The poem written by e.e cummings, I think God, shows the speaker fondness towards Gods
most beautiful creation, Nature. The author employs the use of imagery and keen diction