List the important points or words from the lessons.
1. Capital goods 11. Price competition
12. Non-price competition
4. Entrepreneurship 14. Marginal cost
15. Marginal revenue
Career Path Chart
Considering your interests and expectations, identify two career paths that suit your interests and
abilities. Complete the chart and reflection questions based on your research of your chosen career
Potential Career Paths
Career _computer programmer_
Total Yearly Expenses 35405
Difference (net income minus expenses) 9505
Other Credit Debt
Student Loan 0
Credit Card 0
Credit Card 0
DEFINE THE SITUATION OR PROBLEM
WATER POLLUTION, NEGATIVE
EFFECTS OF UNCLEAN WATER.
1. Explain how the issue you have chosen affects your community Be sure to
include impacts you perceive to be both positive and negative. W
Should the government mandate a set price for gasoline? This question has been posed multiple times
over the past twenty years, on one side many are fed up with the gas prices spiking but on the other
people that value their time and believe the change wo
Respond to the following questions regarding fiscal policy in complete sentences.
1. Define fiscal policy. Include the goals and tools of fiscal policy and the entity that controls it.
Fiscal policy is the means by which a government adjusts its
06.03 Research Notes
Consider all possible solutions
1. Give three possible solutions to the economic issue you are investigating
Get politicians to enforce existing laws.
Stop nutrient and pesticide pollution.
Tax Debate Worksheet
Career Name: _ research scientist
Yearly Income: _$90,000
Some Americans are supporting switching to a flat income tax rate of 15%. How much would you
pay under this plan?
(Your Income) X 15% (or .15) = 13500_
valuating Trade Issues
Now that you are familiar with trade barriers and the reasons they may or may not be used, it is time to
evaluate a trade issue for yourself. You will read and analyze two images related to trade. Then you will
take a stand on the i
Module 5: Scientific Connections
Evolution refers to the processes that _ life on Earth from its earliest forms to the
vast _ on Earth today. These changes are mostly based on the interactions of an
organisms population with its _. Scientis
The 6.01 lesson taught you about different systems used to classify living things.
You will practice classifying some birds. (Blue jay, robin, cardinal, canary, pelican)
Research online to fill in the blank (RED) boxes. Some have been filled in for you
Critique Observation Organizer
Title of film: Jaws
"Here it comes, looming back out of the water: a restored print of Steven Spielberg's
serial-killer masterpiece from 1975; a film that apart from everything else,
7.02 Pre-writing Activity
In this assignment you will be describing the journey of a red blood cell as it travels through the body
and the circulatory system.
Your project should include discussions of the following:
The structures and functio
Virtual Lab Instructions
Skull casts are fragile, so always handle with care. (You are not really handling them)
Materials: (This is all on the computer)
Skull casts: 4 known species and 1 unknown
Natural Selection Lab
This virtual laboratory exercise is a highly simplified model that attempts to simulate evolution
by means of natural selection. Predators will act as agents of selection on their prey, a species
whose members vary in color. We will
What evidence supports the common ancestry of humans and chimpanzees?
The human chromosome 2
shoulder blades along the back
Describe the idea of natural selection.
Virtual Garden Lab Report
Virtual Garden Observation Data Chart A
Day 1 Day 2
Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Row 1: Seed Monocot dicot dicot
Row 2: Seed
Day 6 Day 7
monoc monocot monocot monoco monocot
Row 3: Seed monocot dicot dicot