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horses Father of the hero Theseus brother to Zeus and Hades APHRODITE g afroDYEtee 1 Roman name Venus goddess of love beauty and fertility Born from seafoam Believed to be daughter of Zeus and Dione Protectress of sailors ARES AIReezl Roman name Mars god of war or more precisely of warlike frenzy Appearance handsome and cruel Father of Romulus and Remus the mythological founders of Rome DEMETER deeMEEturg Roman name Ceres goddess of agriculture Sister of Zeus and the mother of Persephone HERMES HURmeez Roman name Mercury Messenger of the gods and guide of dead souls to the Underworld Helpfulness to mankind both in his capacity as immortal herald and on his own initiative APOLLO uhPOLoh Roman name Apollo god of prophesy music and healing Won several musical contests by playing this instrument ATHENA aTHEEnuh1 Roman name Minerva goddess of crafts and the domestic arts and also those of war Patron goddess of Athens Her symbol was the owl Originally the Great Goddess in the form of a bird HIEPHAESTUS heFEEstus Roman name Vulcan Lame god of fire and crafts Son of Zeus and Hera He limped because he was born lame which caused his mother to throw him off Mount Olympus Created the first woman Pandora at the command of Zeus Pictures and information courtesy of htt wwwm thwebcom odsindexhtml WAY too many The amount of ll grammer and usage 2 error s toda Not to mention spelling kindergartner know proper usage on word processing programs to correct Watching TV all the time 9 trouble TV interferes with athem affect on children has 15 There s other factorsl L too including the indiff r n like you and ELI A LMom or Dad often doesn t know lZl grammer themselves We should tell ware children to stud hard like we did at Lthe re agel L and to watch less TV then their 39 errors Ifl SUGGESTION There are at least 20 glaring errors of spelling and grammar here Please use Track Changes and Comments features in Word 2002 to help this student correct his writing Save the document to your local 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students are understanding Activity Describe the independent activity to reinforce this lesson They pick a partner and with a slinky they demonstrate how a wave moves what happens ifthere is a storm what happens when the waves get closer to the shore Anything the book mentioned Other Resources Oceans Tape of ocean sounds or whale sounds optional Summary First begin the lesson with class discussion of the beach and waves any experiences they have had Then read the book Oceans Ask questions will reading to see if students understand Show them the overhead and as a class label the wave together Then they partner off and demonstrate the parts of a wave and its movements Additional Notes This is a fun and active lesson that gives students handon approach During the partner time you could even have a tape of ocean music playing Dir ecTions CUT OUT flash cards and u3e Them as a reference while solving word problems look for a paTTer n Dir ecTions CUT OUT flash cards and u3e Them as a reference while solving word problems sys 39 guess k Dir ecTions CUT OUT flash cards and u3e Them as a reference while solving word problems Dir ecTions CUT OUT flash cards and u3e Them as a reference while solving word problems 12in1fT University of Houston Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 1 May 5 The Math League has Math Contests for Grades 4 through 8 High School Students and Algebra 1 students Over 1 million students from the United States and Canada participate in Math League Contests each year Every contest has questions from dif ferent areas of mathe matics The goal is to encourage student inter est and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile prob lems Many students first develop an interest in mathematics through problem solving activi ties such as these con tests Schools compete in statewide or multistate league competitions You can read many good articles about homework on our website under the topic Homework But we also wanted to find out about surviving homework from a group of seasoned experts you the parents who visit our website So we posed the Lead Story Headline 4th and 5th Grade Con tests Math League39s 4th and 5th grade contests can add interest and excite ment to any mathemat ics program These are some of the first math contests many students will compete in and the most fun with math they39ve ever had All of the questions cover basic 4th and 5th grade topics including properties of addition subtraction multiplication and divi sion time and calendar questions shapes pe rimeter money basic ratio and percent rounding numbers re mainders integers and more These contests challenge students to Secondary Story Headline question to members of our MVP Most Valuable Parent Research Club parents who have signed up to participate in pro jects aimed at helping us better understand their needs and refine our of ferings They shared un usual fun and out of show their understand ing of basic principles through problems http www mathleague com contests htm courage an open exible approach to problem solving These contests are provided for intra school competition and come with certificates of merit for your school39s high scoring students Contest Format Each the box thinking about homework Here are their top eight tips httpwwwschwableamingor gaIticlesaspr7 64 Inside this issue Lead story 2 Homework Story 2 School news 2 What due 3 KWL Chart Activity Excerpt of one of my classes Today we are going to learn about Septemberll 2001 What do we already Know What do we want to Know lWhat welearned It was a Tuesday A lot ofpeople died The planes hit the World Trade Center The planes were High jacked by terrorists Terrorists also hit the pentagon Many people were scared for their lives People were hurt and emergency aid were promptly required What exactly is 911 Who did this Exactly how many people died What are the effects felt by this Tragedy How did the world reacting Why did this took place What are we doing to stop future attacks Where did it happen and what time of the day it happened 911 is September 11 2001 day when series of suicide attacks that were carried out on US soil Nineteen men affiliated with Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda a loose network of Sunni Islamist terrorists simultaneously hijacked four US domestic commercial airliners Total of 2986 people died including the towerspentagon and shankVille Many people died and families separated but there are some effects that are slow and unseen those could be people who lost their loved one suffer from psychological damage the greatest loss during this was loss of life The international community the world was angry denouncing the attacks US plan was eliminate the terrorist so they don t harm innocent people and it started to really hunt down the terrorists so the terrorist got together to destroy the power that was destroying them There are things that we are doing to stop future attacks and that is to have high alert security everywhere and also to step up against terrorism with other countries to destroy terrorism American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the north side of the north tower of the World Trade Center WTC at 84640 AM local time 124640 UTC At 90311 AM local time 130311 UTC United Airlines Flight 175 crashed into the south tower covered live on TV American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon at 93746 AM local time 133746 UTC The fourth hijacked plane United Airlines Flight 93 crashed in a eld near Shanksville and Stonycreek Township in Somerset County Pennsylvania at 100311 AM local time 0 Given two intersecting lines or line segments the amount of rotation about the point of intersection the vertex required to bring one into correspondence with the other is called the QgLe between them Angles are usually measured in degrees radians or sometimes gradians An Acute Angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees ACUTE ANGLE Less than 54 leoreex39l 39 An Obtuse angle is an angle that is more than 90 degrees but less than 180 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