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To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 6 Lesson 3 Life Along the Gulf Coast 20 Questions!
To Next Slide A narrow strip of water leading into the land from a larger body of water. inlet
To Next Slide A slow moving body of water. bayou
To Next Slide The Creoles and the Cajuns have given the area a French heritage. What makes the way of life in southern Louisiana special?
To Next Slide Oil petroleum
To Next Slide The name given to petroleum pumped from the ground. Crude oil
To Next Slide A resource that cannot be made again by nature or by people. Nonrenewable resource
To Next Slide A factory that turns crude oil into useful products such as gasoline and other fuels. refinery
To Next Slide A chemical made from oil. Petrochemical
To Next Slide What kinds of jobs are linked to crude oil and natural gas? Working at oil or gas wells or in refineries or building gas pipelines.
To Next Slide A huge storm with heavy rain and high winds. Hurricane
To Next Slide A slice or piece cut straight across something. Cross section
To Next Slide A drawing that shows what you would see if you could slice through something and then look at the cut surface. Cross section
To Next Slide A slice or piece cut straight across something. Cross-section diagram
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
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To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 3 Linking Regions 20 Questions!
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Twenty Questions. 20 Questions – Energy
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Regional Resources Chapter 1- Lesson natural resources – something in the environment that can be used.
Science and the Environment Part 3. 1.What are the two ways ecosystems experience changes? Ecosystems can experience slow and rapid changes.
Bell Work: 11/1/10 What does the water you drink, the paper you write on, the gasoline used in cars you ride in, and the air you breathe have in common?
To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 7 Lesson 2 The Growth of Piedmont Cities 20 Questions!
FOSSIL FUELS Section 1. Fossil Fuels A fuel is a substance that provides a form of energy. Such as heat, light, electricity, or motion. As a result.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 1 People from Many Places 20 Questions!
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S0CIAL STUDIES Chapter 3: Earth’s Resources 6 th A Ms. Kathy Castillo.
An interactive Tutorial Click here to Begin. * In this tutorial, you will be asked to do two things. * First, you will work your way through the Renewable.
S0CIAL STUDIES Chapter 3: Earth’s Resources 6 th Ms. Lourdes Martinez.
Credits Student 1 : Program Manager Student 2: Instructional Designer Student 3: Program Author Student 4: Graphics Specialist.
Vocabulary States of the Southeast Location Products.
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Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources Renewable Resources – Natural Resources that “cannot” be used up. Non-Renewable resources- Natural resources that.
Chapter 2 Unit E Lesson 1 and 2 What Are Physical Changes? Physical change is a change that does not form any new matter. Paper that is folded and cut.
You can type your own categories and points values in this game board. Type your questions and answers in the slides we’ve provided. When you’re in slide.
To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 1 Along the Pacific Coast 20 Questions!
Unit 9H Lesson 8 Fractional Distillation Objective: to learn how crude oil separated into useful chemicals.
Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 1 Weather and Climate. Weather: describes the air at a certain time and place Temperature: a measure of how hot or cold a place.
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People and the Environment Chapter 1, Lesson 5. Lesson Objectives Explain how physical features affect human settlement patterns. Describe ways that people.
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