The acronym APPARTS provides students with prompts that gives them a
format for dissecting and analyzing primary sources. Once students are
comfortable using this strategy they will have a valuable analytical tool.
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APUSH, Period 1
September 4, 1776
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Chapter 2: The Planting of English
Essential Question (Create a question that summarizes the big idea
Practice Questions (Review Sheet) Chapter 1
1. The study of life is _Biology_.
2. An individual living thing capable of carrying on life processes is called a(n)
3. Give an example of how an organism maintains homeostasis.
Sweating to stay coo
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Use the figure below for Exercises 18. Note that
pierces the plane at N. It is not coplanar with V.
1. Name two segments shown in the figure.
AN , NX , AX , MC , MN , NC
2. What is the intersect
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SIMPLE MACHINES PROJECT
The simple machines project will serve as your performance evaluation for our unit on
Motion, Forces, and Energy. This lesson will bring together many of the principles that we will
be studying and enable you to see h
George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. was born on February 14, 1859 in Galesburg, Illinois . Ferris
is the creator of the ferris wheel. The first ferris wheel was 264 feet tall and the ferris wheel had
36 cars. The ferris wheel is made out of steel. The ferri
Newton's first law of motion predicts the behavior of objects for which all existing forces are
balanced. The first law - sometimes referred to as the law of inertia - states that if the forces
acting upon an object are balanced, then the acceleration of