Guess the Test #13Guess the Test #13
Architects such as Filippo Brunelleschi made advances in math in order to design buildings. The geniuses of the time were often both artists and scientists. The true Renaissance man was highly educated
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Unit 1 The Renaissance Learning Goal 1 I will be able toUnit 1 The Renaissance Learning Goal 1 I will be able to
Locate Jerusalem on a map and explain why the city was important to Christians, Jews, & Muslims
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10. 3 Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States10. 3 Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States
The test on Wednesday, November 3, will be on the Industrial Revolution. The concepts addressed in the unit are related to the standards below
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Unit 5, Chapter 16 Reading Guide: The Industrial RevolutionUnit 5, Chapter 16 Reading Guide: The Industrial Revolution
Use page 385 to label the progression of industrialization in Europe during the 1800s
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The transistor: The most important invention of the 20th century?The transistor: The most important invention of the 20th century?
After 60 analysts ponder where computers, the economy and shopping would be without it
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The Steam EngineThe Steam Engine
When it was refined by 18th century scientists such as James Watt, steam power overcame the limitations of using relatively weak men or tired horses to do grunt work and sped factories along at a pace never before seen
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History todayHistory today
European empires scrambled for African territories, Leopold imposed a system of slaughter, slavery, torture and mass murder in his effort to maximise the profits from ivory and wild rubber. Joseph Conrad immortalised these horrors in his Heart of
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