A. This image
shows
corporate
America
excited to
finally have
free trade but
for their
workers in the
U.S. and
foreign
workers the
effect that it
has on them
is terrible.
B. The illustrators viewpoint is that for the workers abroad or in the U.S.
the effe
Rhamod Francois
12/19/16
Mrs. Padron
Creative Writing, P.1
Piano Slam Migration Poem
All my life Ive been in private school. Same system,
same kids, same beat. Every year things reprised. My life was like a quick flash, my
eleventh grade year came as a su
Reimagine Narrative Planner
Complete the following information in order to plan an effective and
engaging narrative.
Characterization
Instructions: The more clearly you understand the character, the better you will be able
to tell the story from his or he
Step One: Review the Investment Types
Investing Basics
Real-life
example of
this
investment
(name or
company)
Minimum
investment
amount or
time? Easy
to start or
stop
investment?
Discuss.
Description
explain what
it is and how
it works.
Level of Risk
and
Thesis Statement Worksheet
Instructions: Write a basic thesis statement and a revised thesis statement in response to the
writing prompt.
Writing Prompt
What makes King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail" powerful and effective? After reading King's
letter, a
In my opinion the novel did a better job at striking more fear. The story starts off with a kid
screaming and he seems scared and he yells, "It's amovin'," he said to me as he passed; "a
screwin' and ascrewin' out. I don't like it. I'm agoin' 'ome, I am."
Venn Diagram
Directions: Listen to the clip from the actual broadcast and compare it with the chapter you read from the novel. What are the similarities? What are the
differences? Log your notes in the Venn Diagram below.
Novel
Radio Broadcast
In the broa
My survey told me that I am a conventional worker. It also told me that I would be a realistic, which I
most likely see myself. I sort of agree with that. But what I want to be in life is a physician assistant. Im
not sure if that fits in with being a con
MUSICAL CHAIRS JEOPARDY
RULES:
5 GROUPS, 5 CHAIRS
ONE runner per team (able to
switch ONCE but will have to split
+1 point on exam)
EACH CHAIR HAS DIFFERENT
POINT VALUE (100-500pts)
Answer must be COMPLETELY
correct, NO arguing with ME
NO NOTES (500
D
I. Determine whether each crime is an infraction, misdemeanor, or felony.
_ Kidnapping
_ Shoplifting
_ Aggravated Assault
_ Simple Assault
_ Burglary
II. Determine the order of frequency in which evidence is analyzed in the crime lab. Rank from 1-5,
wit
I. Determine whether each crime is an infraction, misdemeanor, or felony.
A
_ Aggravated Assault
_ 1st DUI
_ Trespassing
_ Robbery
_ Speeding
II. Determine which unit of a Crime Lab (Physical Science, Photography, Biology, Document Analysis,
Toxicology, F
I. Determine whether each crime is an infraction, misdemeanor, or felony.
C
_ Jaywalking
_ Arson
_ Vandalism
_ Littering
_ Homicide
II. Determine which unit of a Crime Lab (Physical Science, Photography, Biology, Document Analysis,
Toxicology, Firearms) e
I. Determine whether each crime is an infraction, misdemeanor, or felony.
B
_ Burglary
_ 4th DUI
_ Rape
_ Simple Assault
_ Prostitution
II. Determine which unit of a Crime Lab (Physical Science, Photography, Biology, Document Analysis,
Toxicology, Firearm
Section 1.3 Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching Graph
Need to be familiar with these graphs.
() =
Constant
() = Linear Equation
() = | Absolute value function
( ) =
Square root function
( ) = 2
Quadratic Function
( ) = 3 Cubic Function
Vertical and H
U.S. HISTORY
SUMMER
INSTRUCTIONAL
PACKET
-Department of Social Sciences-Miami Dade County Public Schools-
Directions for Students:
Purpose of the U.S. History Summer Instructional Packet:
The following lessons/information contain essential background know
Section 4.1 Radian and Degree Measures
Angles of rotation are formed in the coordinate plane between the positive -axis (initial side)
and a ray (terminal side). Positive angle measures represent a counterclockwise rotation while
negative angles indicate
Chapter 2
Section 2.1 Quadratic Functions
A Quadratic function is one of the form ( )
where, A, B, and C are real numbers
with
. All parabolas are symmetric with respect to (WRT) the line called the axis of symmetry
or the axis of the parabola. The point
Section 4-3 Right Triangle Trigonometry
Right Triangle
Six Trigonometry Function
Sin
secant
Cosecant
Tangent
Cosine
Cotangent
Hyp ote nus e
Oppo site
Adjacen t
Definition of Right Triangle Trigonometry Functions
Evaluating Trigonometry Functions
Find the
Section 1-2 continue
Odd and Even functions
The values of an even function at = and = are the same. A function f(x) is said to be
"even" if for every "x", there exists "-x" in the domain of the function such that
() = ().
Odd function- A function f(x) is
Section 1-2 Graphs of Function page 88
Since y = f(x), graphing functions is no different from graphing equations in two
variables (Section 1.1). Draw the graph of y2=x, is this a graph of a function?
Verify by using the vertical line test, which states:
Section 1.1 Functions
What is a Function? A Function is a set of ordered pairs such as cfw_(0, 1), (5, 22), (11, 9). A
function has a domain and a range. The domain is a set of inputs and the range is a set of
outputs.
A relations is a set of ordered pair
Section 2.6 Rational Functions and Asymptotes
Section 2.7 Graphs of Rational Functions
To graph a rational function you will find the asymptotes and intercepts. Asymptotes
include: Vertical, Horizontal and Slant Asymptotes.
The procedures for finding asym
Section 2.2 Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree
The graph of a Polynomial Function is a continuous function. Polynomial Functions have a graph
with smooth rounded curves. They are curvy. The higher the degree the curvier it gets.
A Polynomial function i
Section 4.4 Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle
Definition of trigonometric functions of any angle: Let be any angle in the standard position
with (x, y) a point on the terminal side if and = 2 + 2 0.
(x,y)
sin =
cos =
tan =
0
cot =
0
0
csc = 0
Find the
Graphing Piecewise Defined Functions
A piecewise defined function is a function which is defined symbolically using two or more
formulas.
( )
cfw_
To evaluate f at a number x, we first determine whether x<2 or not. If x<2, then we use the first
formula
to
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