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The Bubonic Plague!

The Bubonic Plague!

The Bubonic Plague!. By Erik Tye And Colton Martin. Explanation of the Bubonic Plague. The Bubonic Plague or “The Black Death” was a fatal disease spread by fleas, which lived on rats and humans at this time. It was a pandemic. (Spread world wide)

By andrew
(234 views)

EPIDEMIOLOGY: Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling

EPIDEMIOLOGY: Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling

EPIDEMIOLOGY: Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling . Dr. Qi Mi Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition, SHRS, Univ. of Pitt. Why An Epidemic Model?. T he study of how disease is distributed in populations and the factors that influence or determine this distribution

By elu
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600 CE – 1450 CE

600 CE – 1450 CE

600 CE – 1450 CE. A New Civilization Emerges in Western Europe. Taking a Step Back… the Fall of Rome :. What was the impact of the fall of Rome on Western Europe? What happened to the Eastern portion of the Roman Empire?. Charlemagne or Charles the Great :.

By khanh
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1 st nine week exam - review

1 st nine week exam - review

1 st nine week exam - review. Questions 1-15. What type of care is provided by an occupational therapist?. Help patients with injuries/disabilities develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily living and working. Increase muscle strength after surgery Improve nutrition

By jatin
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BUBONIC PLAGUE: the Black Death

BUBONIC PLAGUE: the Black Death

BUBONIC PLAGUE: the Black Death. Margaux Escutin Nwakaego Ogunnaya. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT. To see how rats and fleas are a factor in the spread of the Black Plague. SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND. Bubonic Plague Effects lymph nodes Headache, fever, chills Fatality rate is very high

By blenda
(128 views)

Evaluating Thesis Statements

Evaluating Thesis Statements

Evaluating Thesis Statements. 1995 DBQ Responses to the Plague. Analyze the various responses to the outbreaks of the Plague from the 15 th to 18 th centuries. Discuss the beliefs and concerns that these responses express. What are the key verbs? The Task? Analyze Discuss

By lelia
(204 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. What would you do if you thought the world was going to end? Would you take any actions? Would you try to prevent it? What would be your mindset, if you thought the end was near?. Bubonic Plague. Followed trade routes Killed as many as 200 million people

By kedma
(92 views)

Medieval Times: The Bubonic Plague

Medieval Times: The Bubonic Plague

Medieval Times: The Bubonic Plague. Sharon Arnold West Middle School Binghamton City School District Arnolds@binghamtonschools.org. Follow the Steps to the GHPPA to help you analyze the problem!. Step 1 : Identify the Problem Step 2 : Gather Evidence Step 3 : Determine the Causes.

By neola
(77 views)

Paris France

Paris France

Paris France . By: Daniel Molina. History of Paris. The earliest archaeological signs of permanent settlements in the Paris area date from around 4200  BC. when the Black plague arrived in 1348, killing as many as 800 people a day, and 40,000 died from the plague in 1466 . Climate.

By selima
(141 views)

Mindy Kinnan , Ali Dominick, Michelle Heater, Hannah Hauliska , & Kim Rose

Mindy Kinnan , Ali Dominick, Michelle Heater, Hannah Hauliska , & Kim Rose

The Pardoner’s Tale. Mindy Kinnan , Ali Dominick, Michelle Heater, Hannah Hauliska , & Kim Rose. The pardoner . Extremely untrustworthy Lost in a world of his own vice, greed and self righteousness Hypocritical and manipulative Complex. Uses psychological means to benefit himself

By mauve
(311 views)

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages. SWBAT: Explain what life was like for those living during the Middle Ages and how the Black Plague ushered in the period known as the Renaissance. Homework: Syllabus Contract Do Now: Read Boccaccio’s description of the Black Death and summarize the account in 1-2 sentences.

By nathan
(109 views)

8 th Grade Seminar

8 th Grade Seminar

8 th Grade Seminar. What is Seminar?. A project-based, self guided, learning experience based on student choice. What is project-based learning?.

By yori
(102 views)

CHANGES IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

CHANGES IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

CHANGES IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. BY THOMAS BRAIN. The Black Plague. The term “Black Death” is recent. During the plague it was called “The Great Mortality” or “Pestilence”. The Black Death might of killed 200 million Europeans between 1348 and 1351. .

By bin
(75 views)

10.4 Political and Social Changes

10.4 Political and Social Changes

10.4 Political and Social Changes. England’s House of Parliament. Magna Carta. In 1215, Nobles forced King John to sign the Magna Carta , one of the first documents that protects the rights of the people. This document changed England in many ways. Effects of Magna Carta.

By vince
(190 views)

The DARK AGES

The DARK AGES

The DARK AGES. EUROPE Before 1492. Why so Dark?. -Europe ruled by monarchies and the Roman Catholic Church -Commoners lived on land owned and\or operated by landlords -Church provided such social services as education, policing, and taxation

By deepak
(137 views)

Feudalism Falls; Renaissance Rises

Feudalism Falls; Renaissance Rises

Feudalism Falls; Renaissance Rises. The Hundred Years’ War (1337 – 1453) & Joan du Arc (1412 – 1431). The Black Plague (1348-1351). Ferdinand and Isabella King and Queen of Castille and Aragon Married: 1469. The Reconquista of Spain. The Inquisition. Painting by Goya.

By ajaxe
(103 views)

Antigone

Antigone

Antigone. Oedipus’ crazy daughter. Adjective: lucky. auspicious. We took the rainbow to be an auspicious sign that good weather was on the way. Verb: damaged. defiled.

By raleigh
(160 views)

Population Growth

Population Growth

Population Growth. Everyone knows that unchecked human population growth is potentially disruptive to the world that we exist in. What are some problems that can occur?. Population Boom. Agricultural advancement Industrial Revolution

By freja
(117 views)

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages . Important Terms. Feudalism. Manor. Fief. Vassal. Noble. Knight. 1/10 Rule. Chivalry. Cathedral. Monastery. Sacraments. Relics. Pilgrimage. Holy Land. Crusades. Islam. Cultural Diffusion. King Richard the Lionheart. King Saladin. King John.

By mare
(78 views)

Pandemic Vs. Epidemic

Pandemic Vs. Epidemic

Pandemic Vs. Epidemic. Disease Outbreak. A disease outbreak happens when a disease occurs in greater numbers than expected in a community or region, or during a season. Can occurs in one community or even extend to several countries. Can last from days to years

By morse
(464 views)

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