The Holocaust. 17.3. The Holocaust. The Nazis claimed that all non-Aryan peoples, particularly Jewish people, were inferior. This racist message would eventually lead to the Holocaust , the systematic mass slaughter of Jews and other groups judged inferior by the Nazis.By elise
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Laws. Law of _____________ of _____________. Lavoisier concluded that when a chemical reaction occurs, mass is neither _____________ nor _____________ but only changed. Video Clip. Law of Conservation of Mass. In this law – mass is neither created nor destroyed – it is _____________.
Laws. Clean Air Act Coastal Zone Management Comprehensive Environmental Response Endangered Species Act Fisheries Conservation Act Food Quality Protection Community Right to Know Marine Mammal Protection Clean Water Act CITES. People. Al Gore Aldo Leopold Ansel Adams
Where. Laws. come from. (about 151 slides). [August 2013 version]. Statutory Laws. come from. Lawmakers. USA. California. County. or. City. 3 Levels of Lawmakers. State. Federal. Local. Federal Laws. Affect everyone in the nation. Washington, D.C. Federal Lawmakers:.
Laws. Define What is the purpose? Why do we have them?. Section A: Preliminaries. Part I The Law. The Law. Definition A set of enforced rules under which a society is governed. Purpose One of the basic social institutions and one of the most necessary. Why do we have them?
LAWS. TRACING OUR LEGAL SYSTEM. Our American Legal System has been influenced by previous systems(precedents) Word of mouth laws Code of Hammurabi Ten Commandments Roman Law Justinian Code English Law American system Napoleanic Code. Word of Mouth Laws. Unwritten source of American Law
Components to be Graded. PresentationA creative presentation that clearly informs the class of the assigned topic Lesson PlanA detailed description of the manner in which the topic will be presented to the class; you must explain exactly who is going to do/say what; any scripts/lyrics should
Laws. Learning Objectives Overview of Federal and state firearm and gun laws Specific knowledge on hunting rules. Why do we have game laws: To ensure a fair share of game for everyone. To protect the game. To ensure the safety and welfare of people and property.
Ravenstein’s Laws. Most migrants are short distance Migration occurs in steps Migration in opposite direction Rural migrants more common than urban Long distance migrants = male Most migrants are adults Cities grow more from migration than natural increase