What causes a third-degree burn?
In most cases, third-degree burns are caused by the following:
a scalding liquid
skin that comes in contact with a hot object for an extended period of
flames from a fire
an electrical source
a chemical source
Gen. Paper, Mr. Shoop, Pd. 5
Nov. 15, 2016
Night Theme/Argumentative Writing Assignment
Elie Weisels Survival in the Holocaust: Loss as a Dominant Theme in Night
The Universal theme of loss can be found anywhere, especially in literature.
Historians apply geographic skills in order to learn about the past and solve historical
problems. Complete the two parts of the following written assignment to show your
understanding of these skills.
Explore the interactive maps