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Introduction to Geography Midterm study guide

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Study guide for the midterm, chapters 1-4.
Introduction to Geography
Rich Tebbets
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geography, Cartography, weather, climate, Plate Tectonics, demography
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Introduction to Geography Midterm Study Guide (2016) Chapter 1: physical geography Vocabulary: (plate tectonics) Radiometric dating Divergent/constructive plate boundaries Convergent/destructive plate boundaries Transform plate boundaries Focus Epicenter P waves S waves Love waves and Rayleigh Waves Magnitude Megathrust fault Megathrust earthquakes Hot spot Mid-Atlantic Ridge (Glaciation) Weathering Ice accumulation Ablation Glacial drift Glacial till Fluvioglacial material Floods Jokulhlaups Ice dams Glacial Lake Missoula  Cordilleran ice sheet (Running Water) Erosion Limestone Limestone pavements Caverns Stalactites Stalagmites Rivers and streams Undercutting Flood plains Deltas (Coastal Features) Longshore drift Swash Backwash Differential erosion Practice Questions: Describe the difference between P waves and S waves. Describe the difference between Rayleigh and Love waves. How are they different from P and S waves? How is earthquake magnitude measured? How does magnitude strength grow? Which is the youngest volcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc? Describe the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. What happens during a “Cascadia Megathrust” earthquake? How do scientists date past earthquakes? Describe the aftershocks of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake. Most of Iceland is made of volcanic rock. Why? What is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and how is it important to Iceland? What is happening to the world’s glaciers? Where is the deepest part of a fjord? How are stalagmites and stalactites formed? Why does the Rio Mendoza have so much erosion? Why are floodplains important for human settlements? Where is the most undercutting in a stream bank? Where is the most energy in a river? Why are deltas important for human settlements? What does the composition of beaches show? How are sea stacks formed? Describe the process of longshore drift. Chapter 2: Weather and Climate Vocabulary: (lower atmosphere) Weather Climate Troposphere Natural greenhouse effect Electromagnetic spectrum Albedo Equinox Solstice (radiation energy balance) equilibrium lapse rate continentality coriolis effect Hadley cell Peruvian current Kuroshio current Gulf Stream/North Atlantic Drift (water in the atmosphere) evaporation transpiration sublimation condensation saturation (precipitation) condensation nuclei precipitation convergent uplift ororgraphic/relief precipitation convectional precipitation hail dew point cumulonimbus (violent storms) supercells tornadoes tornado alley hurricane (monsoon) monsoon orographic effect Practice Questions: What is the “natural greenhouse effect”? Describe how air pressure changes with relation to elevation. What is a Hadley Cell? Describe the effects of the North Atlantic Drift. How does a cumulonimbus cloud form? How does a tornado form? How does orographic rainfall effect the Indian monsoon? Describe the relationship between global warming and monsoons. Chapter 3: Maps and Mapmakers Vocabulary: (history of cartography) Petra Wadi Rum Fertile crescent Ptolemy Mappa mundi Orient Vinland map Mercator projection Geographic information systems (GIS) (geographic grid) latitude longitude equator prime meridian Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) International Date Line (IDL) (map projections) scale (infographics) infographic choropleth thematic map cartogram isoline (geographic information systems) false color orthophotographs (culture maps) kulturboden volksboden lebensraum bhavacakra Practice questions: Where is the Mercator projection most exaggerated? How many degrees of latitude are there? When crossing the IDL east to west, how would you adjust the time? How do you identify the steepest slopes on a contour map? Are orthophotographs an accurate measure of distances? Describe how Germany used ethnographic cartography before WWII. What were Marshallese stick charts for? Chapter 4: Population and Demography Vocabulary: (ancient populations) Neolithic revolution Fertile crescent Agrarian Non-agrarian (stage 1) demographic transition model endemic diseases black death epidemic diseases fertility rate death rate (stage 2) industrialization gross domestic product (GDP) life expectancy family planning global population explosion (sub-saharan Africa) fertility stall second congo war life expectancy (stage 3) replacement levels (china) One Child Policy Demographic dividend Support ratio Dependency ratio Demographic echo (stage 4) (japan) negative growth rate immigration (global population to 2100) United Nations Millennium Goals Multidimensional Poverty Index Gini Index Practice Questions: What is Uruk? Where did the “Black Death” originate? Describe Stage 1 of the DTM. How can a country lower its death rates? How can a country lower its birth rates? Describe Stage 2 of the DTM. What is the difference between birth rate and natural growth rate? What is happening to the world average fertility rate? What is replacement rate? What are the potential causes of a fertility stall? Describe stage 3 of the DTM. Why will China’s population continue to grow despite the fertility rate being below replacement rates? How does a baby boom effect a country’s dependency ratio? What does the Gini Index measure? Seattle Times article Vocabulary: Median Practice Questions: How much did Seattle’s median income increase in 2015, and why is it significant? Which racial group saw the biggest increase in median income? The smallest? What factors might effect the accuracy of the Census Bureau’s estimates of annual income? What factors might account for the increase in Seattle’s median income? Images to study for midterm.  Please study all 8 images as you don’t know which ones I will give you. 1.  2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.  8. Environmental Science 100:  Survey of Environmental Science  Environmental Science Section: OAS Item # 3521, section OAS, Fall, 2016 Syllabus Instructor: Kathy Steinert­ Science Division Office: L200 Eger Office: S240J Science Division Phone: 425­564­2321 Office Phone: 425­564­2450 Office Hours: By special appointment in  S240J, and one hour a week online in a Class  Email: Conference Getting Started: As soon as the first day of Fall Quarter begins, go to the part of this site called "Getting Started". Look at  the three segments of the section, especially the "How to Use this Site". It will help to familiarize you with the best ways to make use of each part of this web site. THERE WILL BE NO COURSE CALENDAR.  THE SYLLABUS CALENDAR AND EXPLANATION OF ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE IN CANVAS MODULES. Be sure to visit the "Discussion" sections of the class home page in each Module, every time you log on to be aware of new listings or problem solving that is occurring. Download a copy of the  Course Syllabus, found in the Canvas Module for assignment due dates. You can download any file at  the Canvas site by opening a Word document on your desktop, and copy the file, then cut and paste the  Canvas file into the Word document. Please send ALL assignments to the Canvas grade book, it is your official grade sheet this Quarter.   Any personal questions to me at my campus email: Any questions about general course materials may be addressed to the class in the Discussion section  of the Canvas site. We shall meet in a Class Conference for an hour five times during the Quarter, to talk to each other in real time. You will need a head set or microphone and speaker for the session. If either  does not work during the Conference session, you will be able to chat questions to me. You will earn 20  points of extra credit on your City Plan for attending ONE of these Conference Sessions. Please send ALL assignments to me in a Word, pdf., or Google Documents format. You can  download an assignment by opening a Word document on your desktop, copying, cutting, and pasting  the online assignment into the Word document, answer questions in it, and email the document back to  me as an attachment. If you have trouble doing that, just cut and paste the assignment into an open  email document and send it to me. The Scientific American articles published over the last few years, as well as Discovery magazine, National  Geographic magazine, and Science News, have lots of information about Biotechnology in our lives and  Global Warming today, including how these two will affect us in the future. The entire Scientific American  issue of September, 2011 is about smarter, greener cities, and will help with your final project, planning an  environmentally friendly city. The entire Scientific American, September, 2014 issue talks about from where  we have evolved, and possible places we may go to in the future. These are secondary references, NOT  primary scientific references. Happy Reading!!!!! You can purchase a textbook at the publisher's web site. Just use the following URL to access Learnsmart in Connect at your class site. Go to: “Here to go to Connect”. Then click on “MH Campus” and then click on  “Load MH Campus in a new window” to get to the MH class site, and click on “Connect” to get to a site where you can register for a text and then class. Attached are the steps to follow to accomplish then above. Instructions for Registering for Connect from Canvas 1 Log in to your institution’s Canvas site and navigate to your course. 2 Click on the McGraw-Hill Campus link within your course. This link may be found on the course Home page and/or in the Modules tab. 3 Click 4 Review and agree to the terms of service. 5 Select if you are new to Connect or if you already have a Connect Account 6 Click “Register Now” 7 Enter your access code, select “Buy Online”, or you can select “Start courtesy access” if you don’t have an access code. 8 Complete the registration form, click “Submit.” You can use Learnsmart as an adaptive learning system designed to help each individual learn  faster, study more efficiently, and retain more knowledge for greater student success in this class.  Learnsmart Due Dates:   Learnsmart for Chapter 1 due­­ 9/25/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE  WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 2 due – 9/27/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 3 due – 9/29/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 4 due – 9/30/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 5 due – 10/5/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 6 due – 10/8/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 7 due – 10/12/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 8 due – 10/16/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 9 due – 10/25/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 10 due – 11/1/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 11 due – 11/7/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 12 due – We are omitting Chapter 12 in this class. Learnsmart for Chapter 13 due – 11/14/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 14 due – 11/2916 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 15 due – 12/1/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. Learnsmart for Chapter 16 due – 12/3/16 to Connect by 11:59 pm for 10 points. NO LATE    WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR POINTS. You will be spending at LEAST 2­3 hours / day on this class. Be sure to keep a pace that will allow you to complete assignments at the times stated in the Canvas Course Syllabus. No late work will be accepted. Students With Special Needs  ­­ Students with disabilities who have accommodation  needs are required to meet with the Disability Support Services (DSS) Office, room B233­G (425­564­ 2498 or TTY 425­564­ 4110), to establish their eligibility for accommodation. The DSS Office will provide  each student with an accommodation letter. Students who require accommodation in class must review  the DSS accommodation letter with each instructor during the first week of the Quarter. Students with  mobility challenges who may need assistance in case of an emergency situation or evacuation, should  register with Disability Support Services, or review those needs with the Instructor as well. Required Text: Principles of Environmental Science, Inquiry and Applications, William Cunningham and Mary Ann  Cunnminfgham, 7  edition, McGrawHill, ISBN:978­0­07­353251­6 Exams: Instead of exams, you will be taking weekly quizzes, working on worksheets and assignments, chapter  objectives and chapter tutorials for each chapter, reading Scientific American articles and answering  questions raised by them as they relate to Environmental Science, going on Virtual Field Trips,  completing chapter internet assignments, a Midterm Personal Environmental Impact assignment, and  completing a Final Capstone Project by designing your original environmentally friendly City Plan. Points  earned will all be added to make up your final grade, as indicated in a following section. Quizzes:  Weekly Quizzes are worth 10 points each. The due dates are stated here and in the  Canvas Modules. THERE IS NO CANVAS COURSE CALENDAR. All assignment and Quizzes due  dates are stated in the class Syllabus Calendar and the Canvas Modules. Weekly Quiz 1 – Appears 9/27/2016 at 11:59 am, and is due 9/28/2016 at 11:59 pm in the Canvas  grade book. Weekly Quiz 2 – Appears 10/5/2016 11:59 am and is due by 106/2016 at 11:59 pm in the Canvas  grade book. Weekly Quiz 3 – Appears 10/12/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 10/13/2016 at 11:59 pm in the  Canvas grade book. Weekly Quiz 4 – Appears 10/26/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 10/27/2016 at 11:59 pm in the  Canvas grade book. Weekly Quiz 5 – Appears 11/2/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 11/3/2016 at 11:59 pm in the Canvas  grade book. Weekly Quiz 6 – Appears 11/9/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 11/10/2016 at 11:59 pm in the Canvas  grade book. If you are happy with your scores on the first 6 Quizzes, you  will not need to take any of the last 3 Quizzes, as only 6 Quiz  scores will be added to your course grade!!!!! Weekly Quiz 7 – Appears 11/17/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 11/19/2016 at 11:59 pm in the  Canvas grade book, if you need to take it. Weekly Quiz 8 – Appears 11/17/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 11/25/2016 at 11:59 pm in the  Canvas grade book. Weekly Quiz 9 – Appears 11/17/2016 at 11:59 am and is due by 12/2/2016 at 11:59 pm in the Canvas  grade book. Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to provide you with an understanding of how humans interact with the  limited resources of this planet. We shall be looking at the environmental issues facing our technological  society, reflect on values and attitudes, and look at choices that may help you in your search for some  solutions to these problems. Course Content :  Our course will be divided into five units: humans and nature, an overview; principles and concepts;  resources: air, water, and wastes; biodiversity: living resources; energy resources; and what possible  solutions could solve global concerns. The majority of the class time will be spent on individual projects,  virtual field trips, writing chapter objectives, and completing worksheets, and other assignments given in  your syllabus. Quiz questions will be derived from Chapter Objectives. If, at any time, you have any trouble entering the Canvas class web site or navigating through it,  please call me at 1­425­564­2450, email me at: Grading Policies: Your grade at the end of the quarter will be a % of the total required points. Once a Quiz due date is assigned in the syllabus, it will not change. Each section of this course is worth a different number of points, therefore, the grade is weighted. A = 100­93% 4.0 points/credit hour A ­= 92­90% 3.7 points/credit hour B+ = 89­87% 3.3 points/credit hour B = 86­83% 3.0 points/credit hour  B ­ = 82­80% 2.7 points/credit hour C+ = 79­77% 2.3 points/credit hour C = 76­73%2.0 points/credit hour  C ­ = 72­70% 1.7 points/credit  hour D+= 69­67% 1.3 points/credit  hour D = 66=60% 1.0 points/credit hour F = 59­0% 0.0 points/credit hour POLICY ON CHEATING: You, the student, are expected to conduct yourself with integrity. When you cheat*, or aid someone else  in cheating, you violate a trust. If you cheat*, the following actions will be taken: 1. You will receive a grade of "0" on the work (exam, lab, quiz, etc.), where cheating occurred. This grade CANNOT be dropped. 2. A report of the incident will be sent to the Dean of Student Success. The Dean may file the report in your permanent record or take further disciplinary action take such as suspension or expulsion from the college. If you feel you have been unfairly accused of cheating, you may appeal. For a description of due process procedures see WAC 132H­120, and/or the Student Handbook. *Cheating includes, but is not limited to, copying answers on tests or assignments, glancing at nearby test papers, swapping papers, stealing, plagiarizing, lying, use of electronic information storage or  communication devices to store or share answers and illicitly giving or receiving help on exams or  assignments. REQUIRED ACTIVITIES: 1.  Internet Assignments: Assignments will be given over Canvas Modules throughout the  quarter. Some of the assignments are in your Syllabus, others are in specific categories on  the web site. Your Canvas Course Syllabus will remind you of specific due dates. If you  cannot access Internet at home, you may do so at either the BC Library or the Northwest  Center for Emerging Technology in the N Building. If you have any trouble accessing the web  site, please call or email me immediately. Please send ALL assignments to the Canvas grade  book. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ASSIGNMENTS THROUGH CANVAS. Only send an assignment to my  campus email address if you have trouble submitting it to the Canvas grade book. The  instructor's email address on BC campus is: The publisher's web site: The Student Resources site of this web site provides study questions, practice quizzes, hyperlinks to chapter topics, case studies, global environmental issues, and key term flashcards that will help you to answer chapter objectives and worksheets and other class assignments are available at the above URL. 1. Field trip: You are required to go on one Virtual Field Trip this quarter. It will be found on the  Canvas site. For completing the attached worksheet, you may earn 15 possible points. One of these is required, and another one is for extra credit. You may earn 15 points of extra credit in this way. The specific due date for each field trip is in your Syllabus and the Canvas Course Modules on the  class web site. 2. Worksheets: Are turned in and graded individually for 20 possible points each, unless the point  value is stated otherwise. You may use web sites listed on the class web site, and those  recommended at the end of each chapter that are hyper­linked to the Student Resources section of  the publisher's web site. 3. Learnsmart Assignments: These are due on the dates stated in the Canvas Modules and the  Syllabus Calendar. If you complete each one on time, you will receive 10 points. YOU WILL  RECEIVE NO POINTS IF YOU COMPLETE THESE ASSIGNMENTS AFTER THE STATED DUE  DATE. 4. Weekly quizzes will appear on the Canvas site. They will appear at midnight of the day before they  are due on your web site Canvas Course Syllabus. They are to be emailed to me in my on campus  office at the Canvas Class site on the specified date. No late work will be accepted, unless you  have cleared it with me ahead of the due date. Please call me or email me if problems are  occurring. Each quiz will be worth 10 possible points. A Weekly Quiz will cover the chapter  readings, the chapter tutorials, and the chapter objectives for the previous week. If you are satisfied with the first six Weekly Quizzes, you need not take any of the last three. Only the top six out  of the nine given will be graded. Environmental Science 100 Course Outcomes:  Outline and describe the major components of an ecosystem.  Describe the ways that human activities have unbalanced biogeochemical cycles, leading to  current environmental dilemmas.  List the major types of air and water pollution, and describe their effects on global health.  Compare and contrast the population dynamics controlling the growth of other species with  that of the growing global human population.  Define biodiversity and outline the major threats to biodiversity existing today.  Compare and contrast current conventional energy uses with those of sustainable energy.  Explain how the dumping of solid, toxic, and hazardous wastes relate to environmental  health.  Describe, and give examples of, how each human has an impact on environmental  sustainability. Course Calendar MONTH/YEAR, SEPTEMBER, 2016 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/5 9/6 9/7 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/11 9/12 9/13 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/19 9/20 9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24 Week 1 This is the Begin to first day of read Ch.2: Online Environme classes. ntal Begin Systems: reading Matter, Ch. 1: and Understan Energy d-ing Our and Life Environme nt 9/25 9/26 9/27 9/28 9/29 9/30 10/1 Week 2 Conferenc Quiz 1 on Begin Learnsmar e 1 at Chs. 1 and reading t Ch. 1 Canvas 2 due Ch. 3: due by from 8-9 appears in Evolution, 11:59 pm pm in Canvas by Species to Connect Canvas 5 pm Interaction Internet today s, and Ch. 1 and Biological 2 due to Learnsmar Communiti Canvas t Ch. 2 es grade due by book by 11:59 pm Quiz 1 due 11:59 pm to Connect by 11:59 pm tonight at Canvas grade book MONTH/YEAR, OCTOBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Week 2 9/29 9/30 10/1 Learnsmar Learnsmar Ecosystem t Ch. 3 t Ch. 4 Concept due by due by Map from 11:59 pm 11:59 pm Week 1 to Connect to Connect Assignmen Begin ts due by reading 11:59 pm Ch. to Canvas 4:Human grade Population book s 10/2 10/3 10/4 10/5 10/6 10/7 10/8 Week 3 Conferenc Student Weekly Weekly Learnsmar e 2 Activity Quiz 2 on Quiz 2 due t Ch. 3 and 8-9 pm in Sheet: Air Ch. 3 and by 11: 59 Ch. 6 due 4 Internet Canvas Quality 4 appears pm to by 11:59 Assignmen due by today by 5 Canvas pm to ts due to Begin 11:59 pm pm grade Connect Canvas reading to Canvas book grade Ch. 5: grade Learnsmar book by Biomes book t Ch. 5 Begin 11:59 pm and due by reading Biodiversit 11:59 pm Ch. 6: y to Connect Environ- mental Con- servation: Forests, Grassland s, Parks, and Nature Reserves MONTH/YEAR, OCTOBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 10/9 10/10 10/11 10/12 10/13 10/14 10/15 Week 4 Conferenc Student Learnsmar Weekly e 3 from Activity t Quiz 3 due Ch. 5 and 8-9 pm Sheet: Ch. 7: to Canvas 6 Internet Water Food and grade Assignmen Quality Agriculture book by ts due by due by due by 11:59 pm. 11:59 pm 11:59 pm 11:59 pm to Canvas to Canvas to Connect grade grade book book Weekly Quiz 3 on Ch. 5 and 6 due to appears by 5 pm today 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/19 10/20 10/21 10/22 Week 5 Conferenc No Class Midterm e 4 from Today Project: Learnsmar 8-9 pm Personal t ch. 8: Student Environ- Environme Activity mental ntal Sheet: Impact Health and Wildlife due to Toxicology due to Canvas due by Canvas grade 11:59 pm grade book by to Connect book by 11:59 pm 11:59 pm Ch 7 and 8 Internet Assignmen ts due by 11:59 pm to Canvas grade book MONTH/YEAR, OCTOBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 10/23 10/24 10/25 10/26 10/27 10/28 10/29 Week 6 No Learnsmar Weekly Weekly Conferenc t Ch. 9: Quiz 4 on Quiz 4 e Climate Ch. 7 and due by due by 8 appears 11:59 pm Internet 11:59 pm in Canvas to Canvas Ch. 9 due to Connect by 5 pm grade to Canvas book grade book by 11:59 pm MONTH/YEAR, NOVEMBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 10/30 10/31 11/1 11/2 11/3 11/4 11/5 Week 7 No Learnsmar Weekly Weekly Conferenc t Ch. 10: Quiz 5 on Quiz 5 due Ch. 10 e Air Ch. 9 and by 11:59 Internet Pollution 10 pm to my Assignmen due by appears Canvas t due by 11:59 pm by 5 pm grade 11:59 pm to Connect today book to Canvas Grade Student book Activity Sheet: Energy due to Canvas grade book by 11:59 pm MONTH/YEAR, NOVEMBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 11/6 11/7 11/8 11/9 11/10 11/11 11/12 Week 8 Learnsmar Student Weekly Weekly No t Ch.11: Activity Quiz 6 on Quiz 6 due Classes – Chapter Water: Worksheet Ch. 11 will by 11:59 Veteran’s 11 Resources : appear by pm to Day Internet and Population 5 pm in Canvas Assignmen Pollution and Canvas grade t due by due by Growth book 11:59 pm 11:59 pm Managem to Canvas to Connect ent due to grade Canvas book grade book by 11:59 pm 11/13 11/14 11/15 11/16 11/17 11/18 11/19 Week 9 Learnsmar Weekly Quiz 7 on t Ch. 13: Quizzes Ch. 13 by Internet Energy 7,8,9 11:59 pm Ch. 13 due by appear to Canvas Assignmen 11:59 pm today by grade t due to to Connect 5pm at book Canvas Canvas grade book by 11:59 pm – We are omitting any material from Ch. 12 11/22 11/23 11/24 11/25 11/26 11/27 11/28 Week 10 Begin One Weekly Holiday Holiday reading Virtual Quiz 8 on Ch. 14 Ch. 14: Field Trip Ch. 14 due Internet Solid and is required to Canvas Assignmen Hazardous by 11:59 grade t due by Waste pm to book by 11:59 pm Canvas 11:59 pm to Canvas grade for those grade book taking it book MONTH/YEAR, NOVEMBER, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 11/29 11/30 Week 11 Last Conferenc Learnsmar e from 8- t 14 due 9pm in by 11:59 Canvas pm to Connect December, 2015 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Week 11 12/1 12/2 12/3 12/4 12/5 One Extra Weekly Ch. 16. Either Credit Quiz 9 on Learnsmar bring City Virtual Ch. 15 and t Plan Field Trip 16 due at Environ- Poster to due to 11:59 pm mental L200 by 5 Canvas in Canvas Policy and pm, or grade grade Sustainabilemail book by ity due by Powerpoin 11:59 pm 11:59 pm t by 11:59 to Connect pm tonight Learnsmar to Canvas t Ch. 15: grade Economics book and Urbanizati on due by 11:59 pm to Connect 12/6 12/7 12/8 12/9 12/10 12/11 12/12 Week 12 No Final Final Final Last Classes – Exams Exams Exams Weekly Faculty Grade Professio Summary nal Update Develop- will be ment Day posted


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