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Social Studies Week 2
I can explain the environment, homes and lifestyle of different tribes
1) 1. Northwest tribes -environment was wet and cold. Good for natural foods such as berries, roots and lots of game like deer, elk, beaver and bear -Fishing from oceans and rivers brought in plenty of good food -Tlingit tribe: from Alaska. They had technology or specially designed tools to solve problems (canoes, traps, dams) -Dams could be used to keep more water near the tribe - Most had large totem poles or large logs carved with designs, outside of large homes. -special occasions were marked by a potlatch or a special feast for guests -First contact with Europeans came from Russia - Vitus Bering, an explorer that found the Bering Straits - a small body of water that separates Russia from the US 2. Southwest Tribes - Two groups: - Navajo and Apache were hunters and herders - Hopi and Zuni were farmers of the desert - Hopi houses were Pueblos made from adobe or clay - Farmers used dry farming or dams and irrigation canals to water crops - Celebrations are Kachina ceremonies or special dances where they dress as spirits 3. Economy of all tribes - Barter: to trade for goods - Supply: how much is available - Demand: how much is wanted - Interdependence: The need to rely on each other for goods, etc... - Scarcity: small amount available - Surplus: too much - Shortage: not enough - Export: send out from community - Import: bring into community - Profit: making money/surplus - Free Enterprise: make money any way you can, no government interference - : Study Northwest tribes Study economy terms 1-4

Created on September 02, 2014
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Science Week 4
Students will learn the states of matter or water, temperature changes and the water cycle
1) 1. Water had 3 states - 1. liquid (H2O) - loose particles 2. solid (ice, snow, hail) - particles tightly packed 3. gas (water vapor/humidity) - particles far apart or clouds 2. Humidity - amount of water vapor in the air 3. Evaporate - liquid H2O changes to gas as a temperature rises, comes mostly from the oceans 4. Condense - gas H2O turns to a liquid as temperature cools 5. Precipitation - liquid H2O from clouds 6. Run-off - H2O draining from high to low elevations 7. Water Cycle - Water heated evaporates and rises - then as water rises it cools and condenses and falls as precipitation. The water flows from high to low elevations as run off above and below ground to the rivers and oceans. Cycle starts over. 8. Water freezes - at 0 degrees Celsius/ 32 degrees Fahrenheit 9. Water boils at - 100 degrees Celsius/ 212 degrees Fahrenheit 10. Temperature - measured with a thermometer 11. Hygrometer - a device used to measure humidity 12. Anemometer - measures wind speed and direction : Study first terms 1-4

Created on September 02, 2014
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Chemical Reactions (Anatomy)


Created on September 01, 2014
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Hope PY 201


Created on August 31, 2014
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How to Multiply Fractions
In this lesson we will talk about how to multiply fraction and making sense on how to find the simplest form
1) All you would need fraction problems that are multiplication problems,your brain and a pencil : First of you need to a fractions.Then you take the two numerators and multiply them and you have the answer for the numerator.After that you do the same thing for the denominator.Once you do all of that you have your answer but you aren't done as yet.

Created on August 31, 2014
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Study Guide Set (8/30/2014)

1) The first Native Americans arrived in North America some 10,000-20,000 years ago. They were big game hunters and fishermen who migrated from Siberia to Alaska by a land bridge that disappeared about 8000 BC. From Alaska, they moved southward to the land known as the United States today. : Native American grouos

Created on August 30, 2014
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Unit One Test Review


Created on August 29, 2014
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nursing test 1


Created on August 29, 2014
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Unit 1,2 and 3 Study Guide


Created on August 29, 2014
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Agriculture Study
You can study about Cereals Crop production, Poultry, Irrigation
1) Book Ballpen Notebook : Read the Instruction carefully

Created on August 29, 2014
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Repro Ch 1
Female

Created on August 27, 2014
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Business and Personal Finance Test
First Test on the economy.
1) Economy: The wealth and resources of a country or region, especially in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services. : 1. Micro vs. Macro:

Created on August 26, 2014
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