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Bradley Upper School World Geography and Government

November 17

OPEN THOSE LAPTOPS AND LET’S BEGIN THE LAST PART OF THE EXAM!

 

 

MRS. BRADLEY’S WORLD GEOGRAPHY AND GOVERNMENT SCHEDULE AND ASSIGNMENTS FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

 

WELCOME TO THE END OF THE SECOND MARKING PERIOD!

YOU ARE ATTENDING YOUR WORLD GEOGRAPHY AND GOVERNMENT CLASSES ON A DAILY BASIS.  CLICK ON THE RED MRS. BRADLEY ZOOM CLASS LINK BELOW  AT THE START TIME FOR YOUR CLASS.  THERE IS ALSO AN EXTRA HELP AND QUESTIONS TIME SESSION EVERY DAY.

 

YOU WILL ENTER THE “WAITING  ROOM” AND WAIT TO BE ADMITTED IN.  ZOOM CLASSES FOR UPPER SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES STARTING OCTOBER 19TH ARE AS FOLLOW:

9:05 – 9:35 – WORLD GEOGRAPHY

12:00 – 12:30 – GOVERNMENT

2:15 – 2:30 – EXTRA HELP AND QUESTIONS

 

I CAN BE REACHED BY TELEPHONE BY CALLING THE MAIN OFFICE ( 954-485-7500 ) BETWEEN 3:15 – 3:45 EACH SCHOOL DAY.

 

IF YOU ARE IN THE WORLD GEOGRAPHY CLASS, SEND YOUR WORK FROM YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO WORLDGEOGRAPHY@FLPS.COM

IF YOU ARE IN THE GOVERNMENT CLASS, SEND YOUR WORK FROM YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO GOVERNMENT@FLPS.COM 

 

THE ANSWERS TO THE EXAM QUESTIONS ARE DUE BY 4 PM TODAY.

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WORLD GEOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

 

WE SPENT FIRST MARKING PERIOD STUDYING CHAPTER 1, HOW GEOGRAPHERS LOOK AT THE WORLD, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  WE LEARNED ABOUT THE GEOGRAPHER AND THE CARTOGRAPHER.  WE HAVE ALSO ENHANCED OUR MAP SKILLS AND OUR GRAPHING SKILLS.

THEN, WE STUDIED CHAPTER 2, LOOKING AT THE EARTH, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  WE LEARNED ABOUT THE NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH AND THE FORCES THAT AFFECT THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH , THE SETTING FOR HUMAN LIFE.

WE STUDIED CHAPTER 3, CLIMATES OF THE EARTH.  WE LEARNED WHY CLIMATE IS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN DESCRIBING THE GEOGRAPHY OF PLACES ON THE EARTH. 

WE HAVE FINISHED CHAPTER 3, SECTION 1,  EARTH-SUN RELATIONSHIPS  AND SECTION 2,  FACTORS AFFECTING CLIMATE.  WE HAVE ALSO FINISHED SECTION 3, WORLD CLIMATE PATTERNS.

IT IS TIME FOR THE END OF THE 2ND MARKING PERIOD EXAM.  WE HAVE ANSWERED AND CHECKED OUR TEN (10) STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAM, AND WE ARE NOW READY TO ANSWER TODAY THE LAST FIVE (5) QUESTIONS OF THE EXAM.

 

THE LAST FIVE (5) SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS OF THE EXAM FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS.

DIRECTIONS

FIRST OF ALL, PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT A ONE OR TWO SENTENCE ANSWER WILL GET YOU VERY LITTLE CREDIT.  THIS IS AN EXAM.  TAKE YOUR TIME, USE ALL OF YOUR NOTES AND YOUR TEXTBOOK, AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, YOUR STUDY GUIDE. THINK ABOUT EACH ANSWER AND WRITE A BRIEF OUTLINE. THIS EXAM IS A SIGNIFICANT PART OF YOUR MARKING PERIOD TWO  (2) GRADE. EACH ANSWER SHOULD HAVE A STRONG BEGINNING SENTENCE WHERE YOU REPEAT THE QUESTION, SEVERAL SUPPORTING SENTENCES, AND A CONCLUSION. EACH ANSWER SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST FIVE (5) GOOD SENTENCES.  THESE MAY SEEM LIKE DIFFICULT QUESTIONS, BUT WE HAVE REVIEWED ALL OF THE MATERIAL CONTAINED IN THEM.  

YOU MAY TYPE THE ANSWERS IN A WORD DOCUMENT AND SEND IT IN AN EMAIL;  OR, YOU MAY WRITE THE ANSWERS ON LINED PAPER, TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT.  

QUESTIONS

  1. EXPLAIN WIND AND WATER EROSION.  HOW IS THE GRAND CANYON A GOOD EXAMPLE OF THE ERODING POWER OF WATER?
  2. EXPLAIN THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FOUR MAJOR LANDFORMS:  MOUNTAINS, HILLS, PLATEAUS, AND PLAINS.
  3. WHAT IS A NATURAL RESOURCE?  EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A RENEWABLE RESOURCE AND A NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCE.
  4. LOCATE AND EXPLAIN WHAT IS MEANT BY THE LOW LATITUDES, THE MIDDLE LATITUDES, AND THE HIGH LATITUDES.
  5. HOW DO EARTH’S SURFACE FEATURES AFFECT CLIMATES?

 

THE ANSWERS TO THE ABOVE QUESTIONS ARE DUE BY 4 PM TODAY TO RECEIVE FULL CREDIT.

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR COMPLETE FLP HEADING.

 

 

GOVERNMENT ASSIGNMENT FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

 

WE COMPLETED CHAPTER 1 IN THE TEXTBOOK, BEGINNINGS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT.  AS PART OF OUR SOCIAL STUDIES EXPERIENCE, WE HAVE ALSO ENHANCED OUR MAP SKILLS.

OUR GROUPS, THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THEN COMPLETED CHAPTER 2, CREATION OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  IN THAT CHAPTER, WE LEARNED THAT AFTER THE AMERICANS DEFEATED THE BRITISH IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, THEY HAD ANOTHER BIG CHALLENGE.  HOW WOULD THE COUNTRY BE GOVERNED?  CHAPTER 2 DISCUSSED THE CREATION OF THE CONSTITUTION.

WE NEXT CAREFULLY STUDIED CHAPTER 3, A LOOK AT THE CONSTITUTION.  IN THIS CHAPTER, WE LEARNED ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION.  WE HAVE COMPLETED THE CHAPTER AND THE CHAPTER REVIEW.

IT IS NOW TIME FOR THE MARKING PERIOD 2 EXAM.  THE TEN (10) STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED AND REVIEWED.  TODAY, WE ANSWER THE LAST FIVE (5) QUESTIONS OF THE EXAM.

 

THE LAST FIVE (5) SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS OF THE EXAM FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS.

DIRECTIONS

FIRST OF ALL, PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT A ONE OR TWO SENTENCE ANSWER WILL GET YOU VERY LITTLE CREDIT.  THIS IS AN EXAM.  TAKE YOUR TIME, USE ALL OF YOUR NOTES AND YOUR TEXTBOOK, AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, YOUR STUDY GUIDE. THINK ABOUT EACH ANSWER AND WRITE A BRIEF OUTLINE. THIS EXAM IS A SIGNIFICANT PART OF YOUR MARKING PERIOD TWO (2) GRADE. EACH ANSWER SHOULD HAVE A STRONG BEGINNING SENTENCE WHERE YOU REPEAT THE QUESTION, SEVERAL SUPPORTING SENTENCES, AND A CONCLUSION. EACH ANSWER SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST FIVE (5) GOOD SENTENCES.  THESE MAY SEEM LIKE DIFFICULT QUESTIONS, BUT WE HAVE REVIEWED ALL OF THE MATERIAL CONTAINED IN THEM.  

YOU MAY TYPE THE ANSWERS IN A WORD DOCUMENT AND SEND IT IN AN EMAIL;  OR, YOU MAY WRITE THE ANSWERS ON LINED PAPER, TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT.  

QUESTIONS

  1. WHAT DID THE BRITISH DO TO THE COLONISTS BEFORE AND EARLY ON IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR THAT MADE THE FOUNDERS FEEL THEY NEEDED THE SECOND, THIRD, AND FOURTH AMENDMENTS?
  2. ACCORDING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT, WHAT ARE AN ACCUSED PERSON’S RIGHTS?
  3. DESCRIBE THE SELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT BEFORE AND AFTER THE PASSING OF THE TWELFTH AMENDMENT.
  4. WHAT PROBLEMS MADE THE CIVIL RIGHTS AMENDMENTS NECESSARY?
  5. EXPLAIN HOW THE THREE BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT CHECK ON AND BALANCE EACH OTHER.

 

THE ANSWERS TO THE ABOVE QUESTIONS ARE DUE BY 4PM TODAY TO RECEIVE FULL CREDIT.

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR COMPLETE FLP HEADING.

 

 

 

 

JUST A REMINDER HOW THE CLASS IS DIVIDED INTO ITS TWO GROUPS.   HOWEVER,  FOR THIS EXAM BOTH GROUPS HAVE THE SAME EXAM QUESTIONS TO ANSWER.

GROUP 100      THE SENATE                                          GROUP 435           THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

BURRIS, I                                                                          BARBIEUX, F                        ADAMS, D

EUGENE, S                                                                       DESTEL, T                            WHITE, J

FOX, K                                                                              FISHER, K

JOHNSON, J

KELLEM, S                                                                        LYONS, E

LEWIS, M                                                                         MCLYMONT, A

MARSDIN, M                                                                   MCLYMONT, MEG

MERCHANT, M                                                                MCLYMONT, MORGAN

MONDESIR, L                                                                  PRINGLE, A

MOREAU, M                                                                    RICHARDS, B

RAINER, R                                                                       ROMAGE, H

SAINTIL, C                                                                       TOUSSAINT, V

 

MRS. BRADLEY ZOOM CLASS 

 

 

 CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR YOUR ENGLISH CLASS EXAM

 

THESE ARE THE LAST TWO WORKSHEETS OF THE GENERAL ENGLISH EXAM AND THE BASIC ENGLISH EXAM.  BECAUSE THEY ARE EXAM QUESTIONS,  ANSWER THEM CAREFULLY AND THOUGHTFULLY.  THEY ARE A SIGNIFICANT PART OF YOUR SECOND MARKING PERIOD GRADE. 

SEND YOUR ANSWERS TO GENERALENGLISH@FLPS.COM OR BASICENGLISH@FLPS.COM BY 4PM TODAY FOR FULL CREDIT.

 

GENERAL ENGLISH

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