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Humanities

People of Sparks Found Poem

Show how a type of conflict  is developed or intensifies up until the climax of the story. In Jeanne Duprau‘s People of Sparks, refugees of Ember have settled in the village of Sparks. The Sparks promised the People of Ember to feed and shelter them, in return, the people of Ember have to help with … Continue reading »

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Percy Jackson Drawing

    Identify and explain the introduction of a type of conflict in the story.   In Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson: The Last Olympian, A Titan from the West called Typhoon is fighting its way across America to destroy Olympus. Which is located on the “six-hundredth floor of the Empire State building” (49, Riordan). Greek … Continue reading »

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Short Term and Long Term Effects

The American Revolution lasted from 1775 to 1783. After the revolution, a lot of things changed, and these are mostly ideas, and some of the things did not change, for example voting rights. Things that changed are mostly ideas. The most famous one is this sentence written in the declaration of independence by Thomas Jefferson, “All man are created equal.” … Continue reading »

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Third Journal Entry – Battle of Yorktown, Treaty of Paris

  September 3, 1783, battle of Yorktown, treaty of Paris. Stupid British lobster backs. Now lost the war, and forced me to leave America. I will have to start all over again; I lost my house, my horse wagons, and all my money. Life is not fair! But maybe I should think on the bright … Continue reading »

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Second Journal Entry – Battles of Lexington and Concord

  April 20 1775 The revolution has started! I can’t believe this! The untrained minutemen have defeated the god-like British army in the battle of Lexington and Concord! How is that possible? That was the voice in my head when I read the newspaper this morning. And all afternoon I sat there in the sofa … Continue reading »

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First Journal Entry – the Acts

  First turning point, the acts (Sugar, Stamp, Townshend, Tea) I am a loyalist living in America. Why am I a loyalist? People always ask me, my answer to them is simply because I do not want to be in the British’s way. Their army is experienced. And they have the best navy in the … Continue reading »

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common craft video american revolution

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Baseball Diamond Meetings Wanted Poster

Demonstrate understanding of how motifs contribute to the central idea or the theme(s). Matt Beam, author of Can You Spell Revolution, used a variety of motifs in his novel. The most common one used was the Baseball Diamond meetings. The group Revolutionists meets in center of the baseball diamond every other day after school, to discuss their … Continue reading »

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spine poem

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