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Oct. 25, 2011

Link to online metronome!

from:Montague, Christopher

to:Music MS, 2nd period

http://www.metronomeonline.com/

copy and paiste the web address above into your URL.  Use this tool to dtermine if your song is Largo, Moderato, or Allegro!  Good luck!

Oct. 09, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:Economics

Test Tuesday October 11th

Review questions pages 83-85 in the text.

 

 

Oct. 09, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:Social Studies MS

Review for Test
Vocabulary:
 Fort
  monument
 conflict
 Huguenots
 interior
 prosper
 Pirates
  artisans
 Documented
  dismay
 Establish
  Dwindle
 Indigenous
 Raid
 Mantanzas
 convert

Jean Ribault:
1. What  country did sail for?
2. Why did the Huguenots want to come to Florida?
3. What is the symbol of France?
4. Why did Queen Elizabeth put him in jail?
5. Why was he in England?
6. What happened to the Huguenots that Ribualt left in florida?
7. What Indian group did the French make friends with? Why was this important?
8. How was Ribault killed?

Sir France Drake
1. What country did he sail for?
2. Why was he chosen for this mission?
3. What ports did he conquer?
4. What fort did he burn to the ground? Why?
5. How did he treat the Indians? Why?
6. How did he die?
Pedro Menendez de Aviles
1. Why was Menendez sent to Florida? (2reasons)
2. What fort did he build
3. Why was his job as Florida’s firt Spanish colonial Governor?
4. How big did the Spain claim florida to be?
5. Why did Menendez send priest to Florida?
6. How did he die?
7. How was the watch tower at mantanzas Inlet used?

Oct. 09, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:Social Studies MS

Review for Test
Vocabulary:
 Fort
  monument
 conflict
 Huguenots
 interior
 prosper
 Pirates
  artisans
 Documented
  dismay
 Establish
  Dwindle
 Indigenous
 Raid
 Mantanzas
 convert

Jean Ribault:
1. What  country did sail for?
2. Why did the Huguenots want to come to Florida?
3. What is the symbol of France?
4. Why did Queen Elizabeth put him in jail?
5. Why was he in England?
6. What happened to the Huguenots that Ribualt left in florida?
7. What Indian group did the French make friends with? Why was this important?
8. How was Ribault killed?

Sir France Drake
1. What country did he sail for?
2. Why was he chosen for this mission?
3. What ports did he conquer?
4. What fort did he burn to the ground? Why?
5. How did he treat the Indians? Why?
6. How did he die?
Pedro Menendez de Aviles
1. Why was Menendez sent to Florida? (2reasons)
2. What fort did he build
3. Why was his job as Florida’s firt Spanish colonial Governor?
4. How big did the Spain claim florida to be?
5. Why did Menendez send priest to Florida?
6. How did he die?
7. How was the watch tower at mantanzas Inlet used?

Oct. 07, 2011

Test Chapters 4/5

from:Bacchus, D.

to:US History

Test on Tuesday October 11th. 

people and concepts for review

inflation: loss of value of money

robert morris: pennsylvania merchant who helped to organize finances for the partriots

loyalist: favored British rule

letters of marque: license issued by congress to private ship owners authorizing them to attach British merchang ships

writ of assistance: a search warrant enabling customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling

nathan hale: American captain who when captured byt eh British said," i only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country"

patriot: supported the colonies during war

james otis: believed colonist should not be taxed because they had no representation

emmancipation: the act or process of freeing enslaved persons

due process: proper court procedures

recession: slow down in the economy

james madison: secertary during the convention and was primary author to the constitution

virginia plan: favored large states, representation based on population.

duty: taxes on imports and exports

popular sovereignty:rule by the people

alexander hanmilton: wanted to revise the articles of confederation to make them stronger

new jersey plan: favored small states.  Representation was equal for all states

federalism: government that had both federal and state powers

john hancock: Anti federalist

veto presidents power to reject a law presented to him from congress

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:World History

who created the library in Neneveh: Assurbanipal

define loot: to take or steal from cities that were defeated

define cavalry: soldiers on horseback

capital of Nebechadnezzar's empire: Bablyon

the two leaders of the Persians: Darius I and Cyrus

define provinces: areas of ruled made by the Assyrian king

define litters: slaves used them to carry people

who was zoroaster: Religious leader who divided the world into forces of good and evil

define capital: the city from which an emperor rules

Who had iron weapons: the assyrains



Why was the use of coins important? Increased trading, no more bartering

Who expanded the Chaldena Empire to twice its size? Nebechadnezzar

What was the capital of Persian?

define Alliance: an agreement

How did the persians treat their concured vs. the Assyrians: assyrians enslaved them and looted their city. The persians only required a tribute they allowed the conqured to have their own religion and language.

What is the most part of Nebuchadnezzar's palace: the hanging gardens

define artisian: someone who creates something with their hands

Define:

govern: to rule

predict: to tell the future

conquer: to defeat

cyrus the great: king of persia

zoroaster: a religious leader to the persians

empire: one nation rules a large area of land

smelt: the heating and cool of metal to make it stronger

expand: to enlarge

babylon: Capital of the Chalean Empire

Governor: ruler of a province or state

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:US History

Test on Tuesday October 11th.

people and concepts for review

inflation: loss of value of money

robert morris: pennsylvania merchant who helped to organize finances for the partriots

loyalist: favored British rule

letters of marque: license issued by congress to private ship owners authorizing them to attach British merchang ships

writ of assistance: a search warrant enabling customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling

nathan hale: American captain who when captured byt eh British said," i only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country"

patriot: supported the colonies during war

james otis: believed colonist should not be taxed because they had no representation

emmancipation: the act or process of freeing enslaved persons

due process: proper court procedures

recession: slow down in the economy

james madison: secertary during the convention and was primary author to the constitution

virginia plan: favored large states, representation based on population.

duty: taxes on imports and exports

popular sovereignty:rule by the people

alexander hanmilton: wanted to revise the articles of confederation to make them stronger

new jersey plan: favored small states.  Representation was equal for all states

federalism: government that had both federal and state powers

john hancock: Anti federalist

veto presidents power to reject a law presented to him from congress

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:US History

Test on Tuesday October 11th.

people and concepts for review

inflation: loss of value of money

robert morris: pennsylvania merchant who helped to organize finances for the partriots

loyalist: favored British rule

letters of marque: license issued by congress to private ship owners authorizing them to attach British merchang ships

writ of assistance: a search warrant enabling customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling

nathan hale: American captain who when captured byt eh British said," i only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country"

patriot: supported the colonies during war

james otis: believed colonist should not be taxed because they had no representation

emmancipation: the act or process of freeing enslaved persons

due process: proper court procedures

recession: slow down in the economy

james madison: secertary during the convention and was primary author to the constitution

virginia plan: favored large states, representation based on population.

duty: taxes on imports and exports

popular sovereignty:rule by the people

alexander hanmilton: wanted to revise the articles of confederation to make them stronger

new jersey plan: favored small states.  Representation was equal for all states

federalism: government that had both federal and state powers

john hancock: Anti federalist

veto presidents power to reject a law presented to him from congress

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:World History

who created the library in Neneveh: Assurbanipal

define loot: to take or steal from cities that were defeated

define cavalry: soldiers on horseback

capital of Nebechadnezzar's empire: Bablyon

the two leaders of the Persians: Darius I and Cyrus

define provinces: areas of ruled made by the Assyrian king

define litters: slaves used them to carry people

who was zoroaster: Religious leader who divided the world into forces of good and evil

define capital: the city from which an emperor rules

Who had iron weapons: the assyrains

 

Why was the use of coins important? Increased trading, no more bartering

Who expanded the Chaldena Empire to twice its size? Nebechadnezzar

What was the capital of Persian?

define Alliance: an agreement

How did the persians treat their concured vs. the Assyrians: assyrians enslaved them and looted their city. The persians only required a tribute they allowed the conqured to have their own religion and language.

What is the most part of Nebuchadnezzar's palace: the hanging gardens

define artisian: someone who creates something with their hands

Define:

govern: to rule

predict: to tell the future

conquer: to defeat

cyrus the great: king of persia

zoroaster: a religious leader to the persians

empire: one nation rules a large area of land

smelt: the heating and cool of metal to make it stronger

expand: to enlarge

babylon: Capital of the Chalean Empire

Governor: ruler of a province or state

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:US History

Test on Tuesday October 11th.

people and concepts for review

inflation: loss of value of money

robert morris: pennsylvania merchant who helped to organize finances for the partriots

loyalist: favored British rule

letters of marque: license issued by congress to private ship owners authorizing them to attach British merchang ships

writ of assistance: a search warrant enabling customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling

nathan hale: American captain who when captured byt eh British said," i only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country"

patriot: supported the colonies during war

james otis: believed colonist should not be taxed because they had no representation

emmancipation: the act or process of freeing enslaved persons

due process: proper court procedures

recession: slow down in the economy

james madison: secertary during the convention and was primary author to the constitution

virginia plan: favored large states, representation based on population.

duty: taxes on imports and exports

popular sovereignty:rule by the people

alexander hanmilton: wanted to revise the articles of confederation to make them stronger

new jersey plan: favored small states.  Representation was equal for all states

federalism: government that had both federal and state powers

john hancock: Anti federalist

veto presidents power to reject a law presented to him from congress

Oct. 07, 2011

test review

from:Bacchus, D.

to:US History

Test on Tuesday October 11th.

people and concepts for review

inflation: loss of value of money

robert morris: pennsylvania merchant who helped to organize finances for the partriots

loyalist: favored British rule

letters of marque: license issued by congress to private ship owners authorizing them to attach British merchang ships

writ of assistance: a search warrant enabling customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling

nathan hale: American captain who when captured byt eh British said," i only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country"

patriot: supported the colonies during war

james otis: believed colonist should not be taxed because they had no representation

emmancipation: the act or process of freeing enslaved persons

due process: proper court procedures

recession: slow down in the economy

james madison: secertary during the convention and was primary author to the constitution

virginia plan: favored large states, representation based on population.

duty: taxes on imports and exports

popular sovereignty:rule by the people

alexander hanmilton: wanted to revise the articles of confederation to make them stronger

new jersey plan: favored small states.  Representation was equal for all states

federalism: government that had both federal and state powers

john hancock: Anti federalist

veto presidents power to reject a law presented to him from congress

Sept. 28, 2011

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from:Silvestri, K.

to:All Students

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