Warm Up Take out your vocab sheet and be ready to turn it in. Then on a separate sheet of paper, answer the following question
Where is the ideal location for a settlement? Provide 3 reasons as to why you selected this Rome Geography Challenge
Learning Target I can describe the geography of Rome and the impact it had on settlement. Success Criteria:
Label a map Analyze map of Rome Answer questions using maps
Make historical hypotheses based upon maps Key Vocabulary Etruscans Romulus & Remus Republic Patricians Plebeians Roman Senate
Consuls Tribunes Assembly Veto Punic Wars Ides of March Pax Romana Think about Think about
What do we always do first when working with documents TLC of Reading a Graphs/ Charts/ Maps/ Data TLC a map: Title
Legend Compass Rose Symbols
Scale Labels Colors
Caption In addition, look for: Lines of Longitude Lines of Latitude
What is the difference between a continent and a country? Task Starting on page 307 to 315 of the textbook, independently complete the Geography
Challenge Worksheet. You will be answering questions and labeling a map of Rome. Use a separate sheet of paper to give you more room to answer the questions if needed. All questions must be answer in complete sentences.
You have the period to work on this and it will be due at the end of the period TODAY! Once you are done Draw a map of Italy on a separate sheet of paper Include:
How they travelled and traded Show the geographic environment/features Location of major colonies
Location of major bodies of water Surroundings Processing What geographic features contributed to the
Learning Goals . LG1: I will know and understand the periodic table, how to find an element, and be able to list similar properties of some elements. LG2 : I will know and understand the periodic table, find elements, list...
A Little About Me: Personal Military Present QUALIFICATIONS -17-41 Years Old -Be A U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien -Be Mentally Fit (Pass The ASVAB With A Minimum Score of A 31 & Have At Least A Minimum Of A GED...
Draw a bonding diagram of nitrogen. 6 electrons N N N N N=N Hydrogen fluoride (HF) Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) Ethane (C2H6 and the carbons are joined by a single covalent bond) Carbon dioxide (CO2 and the carbon oxygen bonds are...
The precession may have changed climate dramatically in the past on timescales of 25,000 - 175,000 years Temperature change on Mars due to change in eccentricity Present and past climates of Mars may be very different Present - cold/dry Past...
Data Addressing Modes, from section 2.2, the <ea> information is correct MOTOROLA M68000 FAMILY Programmer's Reference Manual [pdf, 646p; Motorola] -- Section 2 Addressing Capabilities: subsections 2.2.3-2.2.5 covers indirect addressing; note that the diagram and the <ea> information in 2.2.4...
History of abacus Counting soldiers Mutation of grooves and stones Development of soroban Roman abacus Calculating on tables Gelosia procedure of writing calculation Napier Bones Calculating with Napier Bones Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) Leibniz' Fields of Interest Leibniz' Father Nikolai-School...