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What is a dynasty?
What is a pharoah ?
What is the Nile?
What is flow from south to north?
What is Hieroglyphics?
What are the Tigris and Euphrates?
What is cuneiform?
What are Ziggurats?
Who are Priest?
What is animism?
What are dry land and soil enriched by the Indus river?
What are Monsoons?
What is predictable floods?
What is political unity?
What is lived in relatively large urban areas?
What are ideographs?
What is Loess?
What is pottery?
What is isolation?
What is lived in related families or clans?
What is Economics?
What are primary sources?
What is culture?
What is a social science?
What is a traditional economic system?
As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered. If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!
The domestication of this animal may have aided early humans with hunting What is the dog?
With your host: Mr. Spiconardi
With your host: Mr. Dillon
Human Resources Natural Resources.
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Mr. Kallusingh World History. Developed around rivers like the Nile, Tigris/ Euphrates, Indus, and Huang that flooded the soil for the farmers Cities.
Start Playing Jeopardy Final Jeopardy EgyptIndusMesopotamia VocabGeography.
Science Survey Ch1: Intro to Science Scientific Notation and Conversions.
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Unit 1 Review June 4, Today’s Agenda – 6/4 (A) Check & review for Unit 1 Tonight’s HW Unit 2 – use concept maps for religions to fill out FINAL.
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