Ppt on unity in diversity and organic farming

Native American Literature  Oral tradition  Iroquois Constitution: Dekanawida, Huron who established the Iroquois League  Message of unity: Great.

spreads dramatically Contemporary Literature  Writers examine events from perspectives of those who are not in power and who do not justify the status quo  Awareness of diversity yet searching for unity Contemporary Literature  Mixed-media forms, performance art and installation art. Laurie Anderson United States (1984)  Poetry Slams: open poetry reading contests held in literary bookstores and cafes  Performance poetry (rap music)  New Formalists: champion a return/


Group Work If we recognize how individuals work together within a group situation we can play to people’s strengths, overcome weaknesses and deal with.

organize society to be civil. Without government, chaos reigns, the strongest survives, it is a way to ensure unity of purpose, collective problem solving (water, electricity, protection, art, history, music) without rules of some sort, one loses the ability to predict or plan for the future. Even the smallest group will form rules that will govern behaviors and shape society. We all believe in/ lessen deviancy, new labels Idiot1881- farm Idiot1881- farm Idiot1890-asylum Idiot1890-asylum Retardate1920-state-/


Forest in the Seed Darrow L. Miller with Xiomara Suarez Food for the Hungry International September 2006.

Unity and diversity of the creation Unity and diversity of the creation Environmental system Environmental system Human family (one blood – many ethnos) Human family (one blood – many ethnos) Male and Female (human being – two genders) Male and Female (human being – two genders) 52 Seeds (Natural-Outside) Social Capital Social Capital Family and Friends Family and Friends Communities Communities Voluntary Organization/) 57 The World Bank’s Conclusion “in the [materially] wealthiest countries, human capital/


Revolutions in Russia Long-term social unrest erupted in revolution, ushering in the first Communist government.

Under Stalin The government took control of all privately owned farms and created collective farms. The government took control of all privately owned farms and created collective farms. Many of the people were resisted and were either killed or exiled to work camps in Siberia. Many of the people were resisted and were either killed or exiled to work camps in Siberia. Secret Police Stalin created a force of secret/


Group Work If we recognize how individuals work together within a group situation we can play to people’s strengths, overcome weaknesses and deal with.

organize society to be civil. Without government, chaos reigns, the strongest survives, it is a way to ensure unity of purpose, collective problem solving (water, electricity, protection, art, history, music) without rules of some sort, one loses the ability to predict or plan for the future. Even the smallest group will form rules that will govern behaviors and shape society. We all believe in/ lessen deviancy, new labels Idiot1881- farm Idiot1881- farm Idiot1890-asylum Idiot1890-asylum Retardate1920-state-/


Chapter 25 America Moves to the City, 1865–1900. I. The Urban Frontier The growth of American metropolises was spectacular: – Size: In 1860 no city in.

Figure 2.1) Industrial jobs drew people off the farms, as well as abroad and into factory centers The urban life held powerful attractions:/ – Cardinal James Gibbons (1834-1921): » Devoted to American unity, was popular with Catholics and Protestants alike » Was acquainted with every President from A. Johnson/organizations Meanwhile (1893) New Zealand became the first nation to grant women equal suffrage rights. XV. Families and Women in the Cit (cont.) – The reborn suffrage movement and women’s organizations/


Chapter 25 America Moves to the City, 1865–1900. I. The Urban Frontier The growth of American metropolises was spectacular: – Size: In 1860 no city in.

Figure 2.1) Industrial jobs drew people off the farms, as well as abroad and into factory centers The urban life held powerful attractions:/ – Cardinal James Gibbons (1834-1921): » Devoted to American unity, was popular with Catholics and Protestants alike » Was acquainted with every President from A. Johnson/organizations Meanwhile (1893) New Zealand became the first nation to grant women equal suffrage rights. XV. Families and Women in the Cit (cont.) – The reborn suffrage movement and women’s organizations/


1914-Present Questions from Jan 2010 to 2014. WW1 Causes - militarism (competition btw Germany & England) - Pan-Slavism (Balkan Powder-Keg and ethnic.

to Russian farms (4)/unity (4) preserving traditional religions June 2010 Question with past chart Which conclusion about South Africa’s economy can be drawn from this chart? (1) Since the end of apartheid, most blacks have gained economic equality. (2) In/and protect the (1) economic diversity of nations (2) dignity of individuals (3) right of each nation to enforce its own laws (4) balance of power between nations Since 1999, what has been the primary role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in/


A Study of Diversity in England. BBC News Online - Some Views For a long time the UK has been a multicultural state composed of England, Northern Ireland,

-Poly Cumberland SausagePie and Mash with parsley liquor Diversity in Cuisine Food & Drink in Southern England The area of Kent has become home to many thriving English vineyards. A few culinary delights to try, include Aylesbury duck, Banbury cakes and Oxford marmalade. Food & Drink in The South West The South West is famous for its beautiful coastline, but its also a key area for organic farming. In fact, its/


Socio-economic dynamics to transform the sector towards resilience- The Syprobio approach Gian L. Nicolay, FiBL Africa coordinator and Syprobio project.

small-scale based organic farming Yields improvements of > 30% (cotton and cereals). Potentially for at least 1 Mio farms. Women-led farms are benefitting most. Strategic relevance Ecological organic agriculture has huge potential in West Africa. Economic, social and environmentally. It works. Best practice of the Syprobio approach has generated «operational best practices» on soil fertility, plant health, seed testing adapted to climate change, cropping diversity and dissemination with ICT/


1914-Present Questions from Jan 2010 to 2014. WW1 Causes - militarism (competition btw Germany & England) - Pan-Slavism (Balkan Powder-Keg and ethnic.

to Russian farms (4)/unity (4) preserving traditional religions June 2010 Question with past chart Which conclusion about South Africa’s economy can be drawn from this chart? (1) Since the end of apartheid, most blacks have gained economic equality. (2) In/and protect the (1) economic diversity of nations (2) dignity of individuals (3) right of each nation to enforce its own laws (4) balance of power between nations Since 1999, what has been the primary role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in/


PARTY POLITICS, THE ROLE OF THE RULING PARTY IN HARMONISING POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT PAPER DELIVERED BY DR YUNUSA TANKO NATIONAL.

s 4 th Republic: 17 Years of Democratic Governance in Africa’s Largest Democracy” organized by the SCDDD on 29 and 30 th May 2016, it was strongly recommended, in part, that, in view of the dwindling allocations to States from the / diversity and the socio-economic and cultural differences of the people. The politics of numbers must be played with due consideration for justice, fairness and equity. The roughest ethnic push and pull with apparent executive interference had always been in the management and /


THE ROARING TWENTIES The 20s were a time when diversity replaced unity in America –During the Progressive era, Americans basically agreed on the big issues.

were a time when diversity replaced unity in America –During the Progressive era, Americans basically agreed on the big issues Shared common fear of “big business and had joined together to protect the “common man” –WWI had exhausted national zeal to right wrongs and opened deep ideological and cultural divisions in the country Americans lost their sense of a common enemy and began to disagree and squabble Also gave/


The Age of Absolutism.

the French Economy Louis found an expert organizer, to be his chief finance minister: Jean Baptiste Colbert Followed mercantilist policies, to bolster the economy & promote trade Had new lands cleared for farming Put high tariffs on goods, to/Expanded their land by adding Bohemia, Hungary, & parts of Poland & Italy Unity & Diversity Was difficult to unite these lands Divided by geography, and the people had different cultures In the 1700s the Hapsburg’s empire included: Germans, Magyars, Slavs & others /


American Wine Industry Growth: Opportunities and Challenges.

billion state and local taxes paid $17.1 billion total taxes paid New York Wine & Grape Industry Annual Economic Impact: $3.76 Billion The Farm Winery Act of 1976 and especially the /and Enforcement Act Community Alcohol Regulatory Effectiveness Act Wholesaler Enrichment Act Diversity is our Strength. Unity is our Power. Quality Integrity Unity Free Advice Focus on Quality Think Local Become Involved Get Political Join Wine Organizations Be Proud Be proud of what you do Diversity is our Strength. Unity/


An Age of Empires Rome and Han China 753B.C.E.- 600C.E.

teachings of Confucius were a fundamental source of values for family, social, and political organization The teachings of Confucius were a fundamental source of values for family, social, and political organization Confucius regarded hierarchy as natural and placed absolute authority in the hands of the father Confucius regarded hierarchy as natural and placed absolute authority in the hands of the father Family members were thought of as part/


Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All rights reserved. THE MAKING OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN A WHITE AMERICA CHAPTER.

and were diverse in: Most slaves were from Northwestern African societies and were diverse in: language language kinship systems kinship systems economic systems economic systems political systems political systems Slavery and its justifying ideology emerged out of Western Colonialism Slavery and/ Destroyed farm implements and committed similar acts of sabotage Destroyed farm implements and committed similar/ unity and disunity among African Americans? Why has religion proved to be a force for both unity and /


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’s future relationship with the U.S. is uncertain. Chapter Assessment 5 Recalling Facts 5. What are the causes of a lack of national unity in some developing nations? When colonial rulers left, fears and hatreds based on ethnic, regional, religious, racial, and language ties surfaced. Chapter Assessment 6 Understanding Concepts 1. Free Enterprise How did Soviet agricultural policy differ from the policy practiced/


1 MVE 6030 The Good Society and its Educated Citizens Topic 3-A (Lecture 4 & 5) Communitarian’s Idea of Good Society.

human beings to organize all the discrete incidents in life into a sequential (chronological), intelligible and accountable whole, i.e. a storyline. As MacIntyre underlines, “Man is in his action and practice…essentially a /basically in line with Sen in the approach to the studies justice, which are pluralistic, multiple and diverse in perspective, incrementally comparative in method, and historical and sociocultural in context. Such a perspective is of course less attractive, encompassing and deontological/


1 Agricultural Missions, Inc. and Partner Visits in Delegation to World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya Rural Kenya & Uganda.

Farm 74 Benedict’s Farm 75 Benedict’s Farm Despite the poverty level, the farmers believe it is not possible to obtain enough organic material to use organic methods on larger plots of crops, so they do find ways to purchase chemical fertilizers. 76 Benedict’s Farm Composting 77 Benedict’s Farm Benedict, wife, and 3 sons. 78 CREADIS Community Research in/ in these communities. 99 Uganda Gertrude Kenyangi translates for the chairperson of this group. They had a dairy cow, goats, and diverse crops, and were/


DIVERSITY & UNITY? The Eighteenth-Century World 1700–1775.

diverse and complex, with separate regional cultures and an increasing variety of beliefs and religious practices, were there other experiences that colonial Americans had in common? Is it possible yet, on the eve of the American Revolution, to talk about a common American experience or culture? >>Was the Revolution caused by American unity or diversity/optimism impact organized religions? Printing presses in the colonies, 1760-1775 The Head and the Heart in America: The Enlightenment and Religious Awakening/


Discovery and Settlement Chapters 1-3. Brainstorm – Bellringer 8/21 What do you already know about the settlement of the Americas? Make a list of everything.

and foreshadowed industry  Lumbering and shipbuilding dominated economy  Most diverse populations  Unusual degree of liberties and freedoms Middle Colonies’ Society Distinct social classes developed in the Middle Colonies. Wealthy entrepreneurs were at the top. In the middle were farmers who owned small farms/ angered the backcountry farmers. In 1676 backcountry farmers, under the leadership of a wealthy planter named Nathaniel Bacon, organized their own militia and attacked the Native Americans. /


Chapter Ninth Edition America: Past and Present America: Past and Present, Ninth Edition Divine Breen Frederickson Williams Gross Brands Copyright ©2011,

middle colonies developed with far greater political, ethnic, religious, and social diversity, and represented a more cosmopolitan middle ground between the tightly knit New England towns and the scattered, hierarchical plantation South. Copyright ©2011, ©2007, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. America: Past and Present, Ninth Edition Divine Breen Frederickson Williams Gross Brands Diversity in the Middle Colonies New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware Copyright/


Chapter 7: Early Middle Ages (751-1100) 1. INTRODUCTION The Merovingians were replaced in 751 by the Carolingians, from the kingdom of Austrasia. Their.

Catholic who maintained a close relationship with the papacy throughout his life. In 772, when Pope Adrian I was threatened by invaders, the king rushed to Rome to provide assistance. Shown here, the pope asks Charlemagne for help at a meeting near Rome. 2.THE EMPIRE OF CHARLEMAGNE C. Unity and Diversity Charlemagne saw Christianity as the key factor unifying the empire. When he/


Key Concept 4.1: The United States developed the world’s first modern mass democracy and celebrated a new national culture, while Americans sought to define.

election of Andrew Jackson to the presidency in 1828, the nation again seemed concerned more with unity than division. How long this would /in movements as diverse as temperance, education, rehabilitation, and womens rights. The emergence of the crusade against slavery as the most powerful element in this reform movement, and the various strategies of such prominent abolitionists as William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass in combating the "peculiar institution." Free Soil Party RomanticismBooks Farm/


Global Studies II 100 Concepts & Final Exam Preparation Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment- WWI and the Russian Revolution.

on its war with Turkey 3. wanted to retain power and avoid German occupation 4. needed to control the Baltic Sea and wanted a warm water port ANSWER: 3. Number 82: QUESTION: In Eastern Europe after World War I, the greatest obstacle to national unity in many nation-states was the 1. great ethnic diversity found in the region 2. economic dependence of Eastern Europe on Japan/


Today’s FFA The Official Manual Guides the formation of each chapter’s activities As well as state associations and the national organization.

, honest and fair with others Å Communicate in an appropriate, purposeful and positive manner Æ Demonstrate good sportsmanship by being modest in winning and generous in defeat Code of Ethics Ç Make myself aware of FFA programs and activities and be an active participant È Conduct and value a supervised agricultural experience program É Strive to establish and enhance my skills through agricultural education in order to enter a successful career À Appreciate and promote diversity in our organization “FFA/


Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective and Research Methods.

ON U.S. E DUCATION ? The social institution responsible for the transmission of knowledge, skills, and cultural values within a formally organized structure. In all societies, people must acquire certain knowledge and skills in order to survive. In simple technology societies, this might include hunting, gathering, fishing and farming. In complex technology societies, knowledge and skills are related to the requirements of the job market. E DUCATION Functionalists suggest that/


New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages NYS TESOL 45 th Annual Conference Emerging Global Literacies in Language and Technology.

and other applications that enable both collaboration with students and faculty and development of course content and organization. Presenter(s):Dermot Foley: Learning Technologies Specialist, Hunter College School of Education What Should I Say? Chinese International Students in/and breeding animals. People have also changed from picking wild fruits and vegetables to farming/ and Content – Saratoga 2005 Darla DiPiro – In Diversity is Unity – New York City 2004 George J. Morris – Celebrating Language and /


Unit 2: Culture and Social Structures Ch 3: Culture Ch 4: Socialization Ch 5: Social Structure and Society Ch 6: Groups and Formal Ch 6: Groups and Formal.

(the shifting of population from farms + villages to large cities). Education shifts to more formal schools. Blood relations in importance. Women become less subordinate /organization often defer to leaders – they give in. End Section 4 Ch 7 – Deviance and Social Control DevianceBehavior that departs from societal or group norms. It doesn’t have to be illegal (Ex. wearing sagging pants or too much make-up). What is considered deviant varies from one individual group + society to another. In diverse/


The European Union. What is it?

European flag Euro Passport Europe Day, 9 May The motto: United in diversity The European Union - Symbols The flag and its history The flag of the European Union: a circle of twelve/organized Europe, as a prerequisite for the maintenance of peaceful relations. This proposal, known as the "Schuman declaration", is considered to be the beginning of the creation of the present European Union. To commemorate this day, he is celebrated as the Day of the European Union, in which we celebrate the peace and unity in/


Coach Don Meyer Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery.

unity among the parts; that the parts have the same care for each other that they do for themselves. If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it, and if one part is honored, all the parts are honored. “After awhile, your coaching development ceases to be about finding newer ways to organize practice. In/ of these good people dwelt in log huts, with the black forest all around them, on the steep and difficult hill-sides. Others had their homes in comfortable farm-houses, and cultivated the rich soil on /


The United States The United States has one of the world’s most diverse population.

equal branches. – Executive, legislative and judicial. Growth, Division and UnityIn the 1800s the United States doubled in size. Growth, Division and Unity – Industrialization also began to boom in the 1800s The first factories arose in the Northeast where waterfalls could power machines/for only 5 percent of farm ownership. – 1 billion acres of land are used for agriculture in the U.S. – Canada has 167 million acres devoted to agriculture. – The average size of farms in both countries has increased, but/


© Rodney H. Clarken 2004 1 EDUC 640 Curriculum Development and Instructional Design Dr. Rodney H. Clarken ©

Iowa farm boy, Baháí, teacher, born ’51; value unity, knowledge, justice, effort, service and character © Rodney H. Clarken 2004 6 What is the relevant background and interests of/in education: Activity Expectations Cooperation Interaction Diversity Responsibility © Rodney H. Clarken 2004 17 What will you learn in this course? The basics to develop curriculum and/ Youth project Human Unity in the 1990s World Trust Educational Services: focusing on women talking about race, gender, and class in the US World /


TEL 319 World Media Systems. The two main questions of this course: What makes countries and their media different? What makes them different along the.

Maintain “unity of the nation,” power privileges, development, entertain, inform “Development:” social engineering and propaganda (/organized around production for sale more actors will emerge (such as Televisa) that will be better prepared to serve various niche markets What explains US success? The only producer in a world of consumers Aiming at the average viewer and his/her expectations American programming is designed to appeal to diverse (universal audiences) because the American audience is diverse/


APUSH REVIEW Age of Jackson An Era of Reform National Growth As found in Barron’s Study Keys EZ-101 American History to 1877 Published 1992.

Plains to the Pacific. Along with this extraordinary growth, diversity and social disparities increased. The likelihood of conflict in the future was, therefore, enhanced. Theme 53: Opening the/in 1802) New farm machinery helped revolutionize agriculture Charles Goodyear received a patent for vulcanizing rubber 1844 Elais Howe’s sewing machine (1846), later improved by Isaac Singer, was a temporary setback for the factory setback for the factory system, since it made home sewing easier. Company organization/


Answer the 12 questions over the short European geography video in your journals. 1. What rank does Europe hold in terms of size compared to the other.

people became refugees people who flee to foreign country Sources of Unity Most Europeans value the importance of past cultural achievements of ancestors Share commitment to democracy and the free market Values of family at the center of / faster bigger resistant to pest Opposed by many Europeans  Organic farming use natural substance instead of chemicals for increase crop yields 2001 outbreak foot-and-mouth disease, a prion virus in livestock, depleted United Kingdom Threatened to spread across Europe U/


Human Geography of Africa: From Human Beginnings to New Nations Africa is the “cradle of humanity” and has been home to numerous empires. But today, its.

in 1896 Conflict in East Africa Independent by 1970s, many countries suffer civil wars, disputes -colonial boundaries mix ethnic groups, lead to internal conflicts Farming and Tourism Economies Farming in/unity between ancestral spirits and the living -kings’ stools represent unity between state and people NEXT SECTION 3 Benin Art Kingdom of Benin arose in Nigeria area in 1200s Artists made metal and terra cotta objects -brass “bronzes” included statues, masks, jewelry Image Music in/face diverse populations,/


Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Hispanic Americans: Colonization, Immigration, and Ethnic.

group name. The movement produced important organizations and leaders:  Reies Lopez Tijerina and Alianza de Mercedes (1963)  Rodolfo Gonzalez and Crusade for Justice (1965)  Jose Angel Gutierrez and La Raza Unida (1973)  Cesar Chavez and United Farm Workers Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Mexican Americans Jessie Lopez and Dolores Huerta were central figures in the movement to organize farm workers and worked closely with Cesar Chávez/


Lesson 1 Physical Geography of the United States ESSENTIAL QUESTION How do physical systems and human systems shape a place? With over 3.5 million square.

in California for its favorable climate and beautiful landscapes. Growth, Division, and Unity Scientific/farms, ranches, military posts, and missions. The French settled in the northeast and were involved in /diverse religious beliefs. Since the country’s founding, religious freedom has been a core value in the United States. Today, most Americans who are members of an organized religion are Christian, with the majority being Protestant. Judaism, Islam, and Buddhism are among the other religions practiced in/


Evo Devo, Foresight, and Accelerating Change John Smart, President, ASF Association of Professional Futurists April 2006  Santa Fe, NM Slides: accelerating.org/slides.html.

enhancing human performance in mining, manufacture, and agriculture. Huge areas of clerical work are also being automated. Standardized repetitive work is being taken over by electronic systems. The key to Americas continued prosperity depends on shifting to ever more productive and diverse services. And the good news is jobs here are often better paying and far more interesting than those we knew on the farms and the assembly/


Chapter 3 Ancestors and Neighbors Social Constructions of Gender at Other Times, in Other Places.

and the Catholic Church collide –Family planning efforts are moving forward in Peru and Nicaragua Portions © Copyright 2012 Alan S. Berger and other portions © Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, inc 42 Latin American Women, Globalization, and Development Increasing foreign investments have eroded the success of subsistence farming/ that humans bring to the process of social organization © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Gender, Evolution, and Culture If we are to develop a more balanced/


EQ: What are the population patterns in Europe? Using your Geography Alive books, define the following terms on pages 251-253 in your notebook: Erosion.

that once formed the country of Yugoslavia Why do you think different ethnic groups are often in conflict with one another? Ethnic Diversity Sources of Unity Since World War II, Europeans have been working to settle their historic differences and to achieve economic and political unity Shared values include: The importance of the past and of family The cultural achievements of their ancestors A commitment to democracy/


Chapter 19 Human Geography of Africa: From Human Beginnings to New Nations Africa is the “Cradle of Humanity” and has been home to numerous empires. But.

in this region. – The Masai live in the rift valley grasslands of Kenya, and Tanzania. The Masai herd livestock, farm, and make intricate beadwork and jewelry. They wear calfskin, and buffalo-hide clothes. – The Kikuya are the largest Kenyan ethnic group, centered around Mount Kenya. In the 1950s they organized/ by 1960s European borders disrupt traditional governments, ethnic regions new governments face diverse populations, corrupt leaders 23 The Economic Legacy of Colonialism Economic Effects – Lost/


Chapter 6 CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN AFRICA. Chapter 6, Lesson 1 THE GROWTH OF COASTAL TRADING CITIES.

Diverse Geography  Central Africa = huge tropical rain forests /in trans-Indian Ocean trade 3.Government a)Gov. officials & merchants = Muslim b)Introduce ideas about govn’t & law Lack of Unity = easier for Europeans to invade & conquer in/the Kongo Kingdom organize it’s empire? ③Why did Portugal meet Kongo? /and different diseases which put us very often in such a weakness.” 1470s: Portuguese claim island Sao Tome off west coast of Africa Establish: sugar fields (plantations: large farm/


Confidential – For Classroom Use Only 1 A Brief History of Technological Change and Development.

farm, and had a profound effect on the faming and cattle industries as well as on warfare and prisons –Although simple in conception, it appeared at a late date in/invention is based on prior inventions, ideas, knowledge, and artifacts –Artifactual continuity within artifactual diversity is a fact Confidential – For Classroom Use Only /facilities under a competent trainer, and organized a regiment of professional racing teams with multiple machines. Thus they succeeded in redefining the key problem for which/


1Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Legacies of Colonialism and Conflict Before the arrival of Europeans, Sub-Saharan Africa had.

Homelands – nominally independent states for blacksHomelands – nominally independent states for blacks 10Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Geopolitical Framework: Legacies of Colonialism and Conflict (cont.) Decolonization and IndependenceDecolonization and Independence Decolonization began in 1957Decolonization began in 1957 Organization of African Unity (OAU) – a continent-wide organization whose goal includes mediating disputes between neighboring statesOrganization of African/


TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Indus Valley Civilization and the Aryans.

formulas. Chinese writing fostered unity among diverse peoples. Under the Zhou, the first books were made. Books consisted of bound strips of wood or bamboo. The Book of Songs, a collection of poems, depicted both farm and royal life. TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. The Qin and Han Dynasties TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Understand how Shi Huangdi unified/


PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

US.  Majority of Americans are Christians A DIVERSE SOCIETY  Native Americans  pottery, weaving, and carvings  European Culture  England and Spain  American style  painting, music, literature and architecture  Is influenced by our country’s landscape and scenes from the western frontier and the cities  Today movies and music are two influential art forms THE ARTS AND POPULAR CULTURE  300 million live in US, a majority enjoy a high standard of/


TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Independence in South Asia.

8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Indonesia gained independence in 1949 from the Netherlands. Roughly half the people are Javanese and 90 percent are Muslim. The country is spread over 13,000 islands, so achieving unity has been difficult. Indonesia has faced difficulties due to its diversity and geography. TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. He called for unity and acceptance of minority rights/


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