File Name: LL_MonotheisticReligions
Date: August 27, 2015
1. Complete the Monotheistic Religions Chart (30 points)
2. Label the three statements and explain why they fit for that religion (15
3. Reflection: Answer in 2-3 sentences,
07.06 Bring on the Reform!
Can one small act of kindness really make a difference?
07.06 Bring on the Reform!Acts of KindnessText Version
Image: Girl with a box of canned goods.
Text: A child donates a box of canned food.
01.02 Monotheistic Religions: Objectives
Common Roots, Roots of Conflict
Have you ever disagreed with a family member about something important? Have you ever seen your neighbors or members of
your community argue over an issue? What about students in you
Module 1 Study Guide
1. How do tools of geography help us learn about history? Provide examples of each of the
tools described in this lesson. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of these
2. Identify regions on a map. (North, Sou
01.03 The Expansion of Islam: Objectives
Side by Side
You return home and login to Facebook. A flurry of comments and posts fill your wall. You discover that a club you belong to has
implemented a new measure that mandates you wear black jeans and a solid
06.02 Factory Workers
Explore these daily schedules for two 12-year-olds. How are they alike? How are they different
from your daily schedule?
06.02 Factory WorkersDaily ScheduleText Version
Animation shows the schedules of two 12-year-old bo
05.06 Friend or Foe, Mexico Assignment
Step One: Study these two maps and answer the questions that follow.
1. Describe events that explain the border differences between these maps. Use
information from the maps and the lesson in your response. Use compl
01.01 Set the Stage: Objectives
Set the Stage
You're a teacher with one student. Over time, your class size begins to grow exponentially. What might be
the repercussions of such growth? How could you, as one person, maintain authority over such a large
03.02 Recipe for AmericaChart
Group that contributed to American One significant contribution from this Explain how the contribution affected
society and culture.
group on American society and/or American society and/or culture. (Hint
What did A
About the 1st Amendment
By cfw_Insert Name Here
Today, you probably went to church or a book
club. You probably read a magazine, or a
newspaper. You can do these things because of
the first amendment.
What is the 1st Amendment?
The first am
3.03 Who Has the Power?
In this assignment you will write a letter to your commanding
officer explaining the powers and weaknesses of congress under
the Articles of Confederation.
Confidential Letter, December 1786.
Dear Lieutenant Major Reginald Br
World War II Vocabulary
These need to go on Index Cards
Nazism- Adolf Hitler leader of Nazi party believed Germans were superior race, after Great Depression
raised unemployment all German institutions were brought under Nazi control or closed. Opponents
Module 6 Lesson 4, Imperialism
In the boxes below, give an explanation for each. 80 points
The domination of one country over the political,
economic, or cultural life of another country or region.
BEN W. (balance of power,
Addressing the Political Machines and Mr. Tweed.
We are the New Yorkers Union.
We the workers, toiling day in and day out have felt that we are at the mercy of political rings and
machines, in the interest in profit with disregard for safet
1. What person have you put yourself in the place of?
The bottom left archer in the bushes
2. What does this person smell?
This person smells fresh air and nature, he also smells the bread from the bakery within the city.
3. What does this person see?
Japans military were taught from birth that surrendering to the enemy was one of the most
dishonorable thing you could do. The Japanese believed it was all or nothing when it came to
war. In order to get the Japanese to surrender it would take nothing les
My Trip Through Africa
One time I took the most amazing trip to Africa. When I was there I visited
some major cultural cities and sights and even learned a lot about ancient
civilizations. The first destination of mine was the island of Meroe. This is my
1. Why is it important to collaborate? [10 points]
Its very important to collaborate because youre able to work with other and share ideas. As
opposed to doing the work by yourself. Also collaborating is good for when you get stumped on
05.05 Trains Leavin!
Can you get the apples to New York City before they spoil?
05.05 Train's Leavin'!Buffalo to New York CityText Version
In 1824, there was only one way to get from Albany to New York City (the Overland Rout
05.02 A Native Dilemma
Has someone ever made you to go somewhere you did not wish to go? Perhaps you took a year of
karate, though you disliked the class. Maybe your family had to move far away from friends. Or perhaps
you had to play outside
05.06 Friend or Foe, Mexico?
Watch the video below of Reporter McQuill on the scene at the U.S. Capitol where President James K.
Polk is discussing Mexico.
05.06 Friend or Foe, Mexico?U.S. CapitolText Version
"Hello! I am Reporter McQuill on
Is It Really a Good Idea?
What are the consequences of good ideas? Many inventions have a great impact on
society. Unfortunately, some inventions have drawbacks along with the benefits that
they give to society. Explore the
06.05 Jacksonian Democracy
Examine the headlines below. How is this possible?
Animation shows a newspaper with headlines and images.
The headlines are:
Popular Vote Winner Loses th
06.04 A Southern View
The name Osceola graces many places in the United States today, from schools in
Florida to a town in South Dakota. Who was this man? Reporter Verity had a chance to
interview Osceola of the Seminole Indians and General T
05.04 New Land!
Would you have survived the journey to the West? Try this game to find out.
05.04 New Land!Journey to the WestText Version
Introduction: You are about to embark for a new home in the West. You have your horse
06.06 War on the Bank!
Becoming a teenager can be tough at times. It is an age defined by power struggles. This teen
and her mother struggle over who should have the power to make decisions. Take a few
minutes to listen to their beliefs.
05.01 It's Manifest Destiny!
Examine this painting one section at a time. What does the painting tell you about westward
expansion in the United States? Imagine yourself in the
The Magna Carta
1. How did religion influence the Magna Carta?
A. Just after finishing the first paragraph from the Primary Source, I could basically
already tell that the religion was Catholic-Christian. However, the religion influenced
the Magna Carta i
Mutations almost always leads to genetic variation when there is replacement of one existing nucleotide
with another and that leads to a heritable change in a certain phenotype.
A BRCA mutatio
The crusades moved people to Europe to take up arms against the groups European Christians
It's important that what we call the crusades was not a single army, war, movement, or effort.
Rather, the series of events, battles, and movements
Select one of the photographs you have taken to critique.
What is the purpose of your photograph? To show my camera and my love of taking photos
Identify one successful example from each aspect how the main focus is on th camera lens itself
The House of Wisdom, founded by Al-Mamun and built in Baghdad.
Translating large amounts of literature and knowledge into Arabic was
an intellectual achievement of the Golden Age of Islam.