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THE SOLAR SYSTEM BY: Jennifer Mirault and Leah Mathews

THE SOLAR SYSTEM BY: Jennifer Mirault and Leah Mathews

THE SOLAR SYSTEM BY: Jennifer Mirault and Leah Mathews Grade Level: Grade 6 Strand: Earth and Space Systems Topic: Space Scientific Expectation Describe the physical characteristics of components of the solar system. (For example- The Sun and the Planets)

By johana
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Modifying Group Games* *chapter 8 in Block’s book

Modifying Group Games* *chapter 8 in Block’s book

Modifying Group Games* *chapter 8 in Block’s book. Martin E. Block, Ph.D. University of Virginia. Introduction to Modifying Games*. 1. Games are not sacred, kids are . If a game is not appropriate for even a single player, it is worth examining and altering to accommodate that player

By PamelaLan
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Recognize Any Hazard(s)?

Recognize Any Hazard(s)?

Recognize Any Hazard(s)?. Source: Southwest Safety Training Alliance. YES. No protective system in this excavation. Potential crushing hazard from overhead boulder. Recognize Any Hazard(s)?. Source: Compacion Foundation (HCAdetejas.org). YES.

By emily
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Today :

Today :

Today :. Chap 15 on “Temperature , Heat, and Expansion ” (We will finish Ch 14 from last time on Friday). Temperature .

By oshin
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Polarizing Lenses

Polarizing Lenses

Polarizing Lenses. And their effect on photo quality and visibility Ruth Allanbrook. Introduction. Light is visible to humans between 400 and 700nm. Light travels in straight lines called rays and is measured in photons, which Einstein tells us; are packets of energy.

By andrew
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Newton’s third law (lecture 7)

Newton’s third law (lecture 7)

Newton’s third law (lecture 7). For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. discuss collisions, impulse, momentum and airbags. B. A. 3 rd Law. If object A exerts a force on object B, then object B exerts an equal force on object A in the opposite direction. B  A A  B.

By Jims
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272: Software Engineering Fall 2008

272: Software Engineering Fall 2008

272: Software Engineering Fall 2008. Instructor: Tevfik Bultan Lecture 4: Object Constraint Language. UML (Unified Modeling Language). Combines several visual specification techniques

By Anita
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Determining Height

Determining Height

Determining Height. Introduction. For many landscape jobs it is important to be able to determine the height of features in the landscape. Trees Buildings Etc. The best equipment and method to use is determined by the desired accuracy and precision of the data.

By deon
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animalism

animalism

animalism. The Problem of Personal Identity. Whether we are to live in a future state, as it is the most important question which can possibly be asked, so it is the most intelligible one which can be expressed in language. --Bishop Butler

By nascha
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Sec. 2–3: Falling Objects

Sec. 2–3: Falling Objects

Sec. 2–3: Falling Objects. Coach Kelsoe Physics Pages 60–65. Objectives. Relate the motion of a freely falling body to motion with constant acceleration. Calculate displacement, velocity, and time at various points in the motion of a freely falling object.

By kaz
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Forces in Motion

Forces in Motion

Forces in Motion. Chapter 6 Section Reviews Pg 144 #1-4; pg 149 #1-3; pg 153 #1-3. Pg 144 #1-4. 1. How does air resistance affect the acceleration of falling objects? Air resistance slows or stops acceleration of falling objects. 2. Explain why an astronaut in an orbiting spaceship floats.

By davida
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Strings and Text File I/O (and Exception Handling)

Strings and Text File I/O (and Exception Handling)

Strings and Text File I/O (and Exception Handling). Corresponds with Chapters 8 and 17. The String Class. A class in the Java Class Library Part of the java.lang package NOTE: java.lang is the core package of the basic Java classes, including: String System Object Math

By pembroke
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Ch. 3 & 4 Motion & Forces

Ch. 3 & 4 Motion & Forces

Ch. 3 & 4 Motion & Forces. VI. Action and Reaction Newton’s Third Law Momentum Conservation of Momentum. A. Newton’s Third Law. Newton’s Third Law of Motion When one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts an equal but opposite force on the first. NO!!!.

By trung
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All the Operators

All the Operators

All the Operators. Precedence. An operator with higher precedence is done earlier (precedes) one with lower precedence A higher precedence is indicated with a lower number; zero is the highest precedence Most of the time, operators with equal precedence are done left to right Examples:

By chiara
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Properties of Matter

Properties of Matter

Properties of Matter. Professor Lynn Cominsky Joanne del Corral Al Janulaw Michelle Curtis NBSP Physical Science Leadership Institute June 30, 2003. Standard Connections. Properties of matter can be observed, measured and predicted (K)

By hateya
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Randal County Early Intervention Assessment Summary for Billy Donaldson

Randal County Early Intervention Assessment Summary for Billy Donaldson

Randal County Early Intervention Assessment Summary for Billy Donaldson. Julie Falconer/Social Worker Michelle Bechtel/Physical Therapy Amanda Higgins/Psychologist Carly Lopez/Nutritionist Stacy Walters / Speech and Language Therapist. Introduction.

By knox
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Tropes

Tropes

Tropes. Tropes are figures of speech with an unexpected twist in the meaning of words. When something is something else: the ladder of success (i.e, success is a ladder). “The office is a bee-hive of activity on Mondays.” Or recall this old-anti-drug commercial:

By laird
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Galaxies HST 2006

Galaxies HST 2006

Galaxies HST 2006. David Ernest & Joao Pedro Saraiva. What is a Galaxy?. The stars don’t lie alone, lost in the middle of the universe. They are grouped together, by billions, in structures that are called galaxies . These galaxies are extremely numerous.

By shira
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Forces and Movement PUSHES AND PULLS

Forces and Movement PUSHES AND PULLS

Forces and Movement PUSHES AND PULLS. We Are Learning To: Identify similarities and difference between movement of different objects We can move objects by pushing and pulling them. Push Pull Movement. Vocabulary. A See – Saw Do you push or pull?. A Cracker Do you push or pull?.

By hazina
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Forces

Forces

Forces. Forces. There are many different forces which act on objects. If forces are balanced the object doesn’t move If forces are unbalanced the object will do one of the following things:. Begin to move Stop moving Change direction Speed up Slow down Change shape.

By mio
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