Zoe Liebold and Fatima Khan
ISH Period 4
February 29, 2016
The Rust Scenario: Iron and Rust Lab Conclusion
The purpose of the lab, The Rust Scenario, was to familiarize ourselves with a real life
chemistry scenario for which we had to solve.
Internet and Newspaper Evaluation
Directions: After reading the assignment, add criteria for evaluating Web sites. Then, evaluate the sites listed ranking each site with a 1 5 on the traits
indicated. In the 4th row, add your own comments about the site s
Lesson 10: Motives of the Framers
The Madisonian Model was designed to control the power of the government through separation of
power and checks and balances. It was based on a variety of influences from the study of history,
Constitutional Foundations Unit Exam A
The Madisonian Model
Separation of powers is the institutional arrangement that assigns judicial, executive, and legislative powers to
different persons or groups, thereby limiting the powers of each.
a) Article 1 Section 8 holds the congressional powers in the U.S. Constitution. It includes laying and
collecting taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay for the debts and provide for the common
defense and general welfare of the United States.
Printz v. U.S.
Using the Necessary and Proper Clause of Article I as justification, can Congress temporarily
require state CLEOs to regulate handgun purchases by performing those duties called for by the
Brady Bill's handgun appli
Media Evaluation Section 1.1 Journal
Directions: Summarize what you have learned about Internet sites and different newspapers
from your own research and from the discussions. Submit your Internet Evaluation Form along
with this journal.
After reading and
I went online to CNN.com and chose the top three and most recent articles to analyze. The first article
and videos found were about the seizing from Spain of 20,000 ISIS, Al-Nusra uniforms. The first video I
watched was a slideshow of pictures with captio
A major case that passed through the Supreme Court in the past year is the Obergefell v. Hodges, it was
the legalization of same-sex marriage in the entire United States. November 2014, there was a series of
appeals court rulings from the Fourth, Seventh,