LT: Evaluate the
infrastructure of cities.
The basic services, equipment and facilities needed
for an area's economy to function
Above ground: bus, light rail, commuter
rail, street car, Els
LT: APPLY MODELS TO EXPLAIN THE HIERARCHY
AND INTERACTION PATTERNS OF URBAN
Walter Christaller Location
The nested hexagons show urban
areas with their surrounding market
AP Human Geography Key Geography Concepts and Models
Importance of model
Uses transportation advances as
key to development of urban areas
Stages of Evolution of Americans M
Tokyo Case Study and Delhi Case Study (2 pgs).
Tokyo Case Study: Access the video at http:/www.learner.org/series/powerofplace/page12.html .
Tokyo: Anatomy of a Mega-City reviews how the transportation system has contributed to urban growth in T
On the lines provided, order the different stages of meiosis I THROUGH meiosis II, including interphase in the proper
1. 4th metaphase I_
homologous chromosome line up in the center of the cell
2.5 anaphase I_
Only Daughter Writing Response Structure
Assignment: After reading Sandra Cisneros Only Daughter, write a one paragraph response
answering the following question:
Explain how being the only daughter, and only a daughter, has proven to be b
Unit 02: Biomolecules
1. There are 4 basic types of molecules that are fundamental to the metabolic processes of all living
Students will know.
the structures and functions of biomolecules
Students will be able to.
Activity 3.2 Unit Conversion
Engineers of all disciplines are constantly required to work with measurements of a
variety of quantities length, area, volume, mass, force, time, temperature, electric
current, etc. It is often necessary to be ab
Pronatal and Antinatal Policies
policies that encourage people to have babies
Pronatal Policy Example: Baby Bonus
Govt sponsored stipend or benefits for
families having a child
Usually come with conditions such as:
Having more than t
Cellular Transport Worksheet KEY
Copy the pictures below, and write the correct type of solution
underneath (isotonic, hypertonic, or hypotonic)
Hypertonic means there is a GREATER concentration of solute
HW_Transformations (Act 9)
Name: _ Date: _ PD: _
Please complete the homework on a separate sheet of paper.
Preview: Rigid verse Non-rigid Transformations & Notations
1. Explain the difference between rigid and non-rigid transformations.
2. Given the tran
AP Human Geography
The purpose of the AP Human Geography course
is to introduce students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human
understanding, use, and alteration of Earths surface. Student