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Meet the Press -i-dents

Meet the Press -i-dents

Meet the Press -i-dents A Write On Activity How much do you know about the Presidents? Test your knowledge as we explore 5 of our country’s greatest leaders based on a 2001 U.S. Gallop Poll. 1. Ronald Reagan 18%

By Gabriel
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The New Nation Begins

The New Nation Begins

The New Nation Begins The First 3 Presidencies New Unit Question How did the first American Presidents shape the country and its government? AIM: How did George Washington’s actions shape American government? Do Now: Have you ever been the first to do something…lead by example? Explain.

By Ava
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Cross-Sector Partnership in Richmond, Virginia

Cross-Sector Partnership in Richmond, Virginia

Cross-Sector Partnership in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond, Virginia. Capital of Virginia Population: 200,000 MSA population of 1,000,000. Richmond Today. Richmond is enjoying a renaissance Restored canal system originally built by George Washington

By albert
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Partnering for Success

Partnering for Success

Partnering for Success. MAX – Qwest Alliance Builds a High Performance Network in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area Tony Conto, Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) Scott MacCloy, Qwest Communications, Inc. Brief Background & History.

By emily
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Chapter 8 The War for Independence

Chapter 8 The War for Independence

Chapter 8 The War for Independence. 4 th Grade. At War with the Homeland. Fighting at Lexington and Concord Meeting of the Second Continental Congress Olive Branch Petition sent to King George III Colonies asked to send soldiers George Washington to lead army. At War with the Homeland.

By Sophia
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Evolution & Natural Selection

Evolution & Natural Selection

Evolution & Natural Selection. Evolution. Means “change.” In a narrower sense referring to organisms, means a permanent change occurring in a species over generations. Can evolution be a fact?. Forms that evolution may take. Extinction. Artificial selection.

By Samuel
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Revolution and Articles

Revolution and Articles

Revolution and Articles. VUS.4.a John Locke and Common Sense VUS.4.b Colonists differ about separation VUS.4.c Revolutionary War victory VUS.5.a Articles of Confederation. John Locke. Enlightenment thinker All are free , equal in natural rights to life liberty Property

By Rita
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Chapter 7: The American Revolution

Chapter 7: The American Revolution

Chapter 7: The American Revolution. Discuss in groups of 3-4 and predict how the Continental Army was able to win. How was the Continental army able to win the war for independence from Great Britain?. Link to 15. Study Guide and Slide Links. What you will know……. Links. 7.2 & 7.3. 7.4.

By Mercy
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Famous People

Famous People

Famous People . Choose one:. Famous Presidents Famous Inventors Famous Leaders Famous Local Leaders. Famous Presidents:. George Washington www.whitehouse.gov/kids/presidents/georgewashington.html Abraham Lincoln www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/al16.html

By Pat_Xavi
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THIS. IS. JEOPARDY. Your. With. Host. Mr.Duffy. Declaration of Independence. The War. Vocabulary. Random. Random 2. The War 2. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500.

By Ava
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Turtle’s Race With Beaver Word Wall Words

Turtle’s Race With Beaver Word Wall Words

Turtle’s Race With Beaver Word Wall Words. Created by Joanne Whitley October 6, 2007. Chant the words one time as they appear. toward ago word whole above enough . I can’t believe I ate the whole cake!. I can’t believe I ate the whole cake!.

By emily
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Advantages and Disadvantages of the British and Americans

Advantages and Disadvantages of the British and Americans

Advantages and Disadvantages of the British and Americans. British Advantages. Strongest Navy Strongest Army Wealth of world wide empire. American Disadvantages. Volunteer Army-Hard to raise army No Navy Low amount of weapons/ammunition Not all Americans supported the fight.

By lotus
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Standard 11.1

Standard 11.1

Standard 11.1. 11.1. 11.1 Students analyze the significant events in the founding of the nation and its attempts to realize the philosophy of government described in the Declaration of Independence.

By Pat_Xavi
(218 views)

The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. Enlightenment Review. John Locke – contract theory of government and natural rights, wrote Essay on Human Understanding Jean Jacques Rousseau – government formed by the consent of the people, separation of church and state, wrote The Social Contract

By johana
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. message. information that is passed on to someone. You can leave a message for Mrs. White in the file by her door. litter. trash left on the ground. Litter is ugly and harmful. trained. taught a person or animal how to do something. Billy was trained to play the piano.

By andrew
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What Does Money Look Like?

What Does Money Look Like?

What Does Money Look Like?. The World of Money By: Alissa Cattron. How Do People Use Coins?.

By senona
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Air Force One (SAM 27000) over Mount Vernon

Air Force One (SAM 27000) over Mount Vernon

George Washington’s “Dung Repository” Project. Air Force One (SAM 27000) over Mount Vernon. Stable. Mount Vernon. Potomac River. Site of Restored Dung Repository. River. Layout of Mount Vernon Grounds including Dung Repository. Newly-restored Dung Repository. Chronology.

By sanam
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The Second Continental Congress

The Second Continental Congress

The Second Continental Congress. Making it official. The Second Continental Congress. May 1775 Philadelphia. All the important people are there:. Sam Adams. John Adams. John Hancock . Ben Franklin. Patrick Henry. George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. Results of Meeting.

By johana
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Our Constitution

Our Constitution

Our Constitution. In 1787 a group of men went to a special meeting called the Constitutional Convention. They met in Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The men were from 12 of the 13 states, and they wrote a constitution for our new government . United States.

By telyn
(219 views)

Grandma’s Records

Grandma’s Records

Grandma’s Records. Mrs. Williams Third Grade. Presidents Day. I am going to read an article about Presidents Day. Who was the first president? Who is our current president?. Comprehension.

By dante
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