Reconstruction Common AssessmentReconstruction Common Assessment
Multiple Choice Questions (30 questions, each worth 2 points)--please select the best answer to each question
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Study Questions Unit 1 Big Idea 1--native American Mythology Multiple ChoiceStudy Questions Unit 1 Big Idea 1--native American Mythology Multiple Choice
What can you conclude about the Iroquois’ attitude toward people outside the Five Nations?
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Native American Literature Quiz Study Guide Recall and InterpretNative American Literature Quiz Study Guide Recall and Interpret
According to this myth, why do some of the trees remain green throughout the seasons?
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Anne Bradstreet’s \"Prologue\"Anne Bradstreet’s "Prologue"
The introduction/thesis acknowledges one commonly held critical perception, and then addresses what this essay will add to the conversation. It is important to start your essay by letting your reader know what you’re going to be challenging or agreeing with
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Student nameStudent name
At the start there is a 15 minute mandatory reading period for the documents and questions before one can begin to write
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Curriculum Map GradeCurriculum Map Grade
The following content area skills and concepts will be taught and assessed during August and September
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4. knowledge of literature and methods for effective teaching4. knowledge of literature and methods for effective teaching
Identify the characteristics of various literary genres, movements, and critical approaches
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Roman TechnologyRoman Technology
Romans used great public projects to make the city the most advanced of the ancient world, and to create the largest empire of the era. Many of the roads, bridges and aqueducts of ancient Rome are still used today
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The right and the good in hobbes’s moral philosophyThe right and the good in hobbes’s moral philosophy
Sidgwick 1967: 105. 1 We might, therefore, put Sidgwick’s point this way: Whereas ancient ethics recognized a single fundamental ethical concept and source of normative reasons, the good, modern ethics came to recognize two
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Film As LiteratureFilm As Literature
Students learn to critically view and appreciate the technical and historical development of the world cinema, different movie genres, and the director as auteur
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Forensic Science Book Report/Case StudyForensic Science Book Report/Case Study
The expectation for this assignment is that you become the expert on this case; you are the owner of the knowledge about this case and should be able to tell the class what you know from memory
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5 paragraph Essay over: a new Nation5 paragraph Essay over: a new Nation
U,S, Constitution including: a Issues debated during the convention resulting in compromises (i e., the Great Compromise, the Three Fifths Compromise and the compromise over the slave trade); b. The Federalists/ Anti Federalists debate; c
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Grade Level: 4-8 Creator: New Jersey Center for Civic Education, Rutgers The State University, Piscataway, nj objectivesGrade Level: 4-8 Creator: New Jersey Center for Civic Education, Rutgers The State University, Piscataway, nj objectives
Explain the background of the delegates from New Jersey to the Federal Convention in 1787
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Outline document Based Question: The United States Constitution/OutlineOutline document Based Question: The United States Constitution/Outline
The Document Based Question in this scaffolding packet is based on the documents included (one to seven). The question is designed to test your ability to work with historical documents. Some of the documents have been edited to meet the requirements of
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Chapter 5 Ancient India and ChinaChapter 5 Ancient India and China
Who was this man? Find out about the people of ancient India. Lesson 1,Page 126
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