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  • 1.The boys helped there dad clean the garage
    wash the car and mow the grass.
  • 2.I hope your going to help me said the small
    girl to her freind.

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  • 1.The boys helped their dad clean the garage,
    wash the car, and mow the grass.
  • 2.I hope youre going to help me, said the
    small girl to her friend.

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  • 3. Their were many books to chose from yet I
    couldnt find a book I want to read.
  • 4. Its raining said the girl so dont forget
    youre umbrella.

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  • 3. There were many books to choose from, yet I
    couldnt find a book I wanted to read.
  • 4. Its raining, said the girl, so dont
    forget your umbrella.

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  • 5. Our country was atacked on September 11
    2001, people all across the usa observes a moment
    of silence on the anniversery.
  • 6. After the terorist attacks many Americans
    pulled together to rebuild there lives.

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  • 5. Our country was attacked on September 11,
    2001 people all across the USA observe a moment
    of silence on the anniversary.
  • 6. After the terrorist attacks, many Americans
    pulled together to rebuild their lives.

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  • 7. September 11 2001 was the date that the world
    trade center in new york city was targeted by
    terorists.
  • 8. Several thousand people including many police
    officers fire men and rescue personnel lost there
    lives .

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  • 7. September 11, 2001, was the date that the
    World Trade Center in New York City was targeted
    by terrorists.
  • 8. Several thousand people, including many police
    officers, fire men, and rescue personnel, lost
    their lives.

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  • 9. At christmas time our family usualy drives to
    someones house and we have a terrific diner
    there.
  • 10. Because my sister is studying for her law
    school exams she hasn't done nothing around the
    house in a long time.

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  • 9. At Christmas time ,our family usually drives
    to someones house,and we have a terrific dinner
    there.
  • 10. Because my sister is studying for her law
    school exams, she hasnt done anything around the
    house in a long time.

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  • I
  • STAND
  • SKIP

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  • I Understand

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  • YYY
  • MEN
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  • 3 Wise
  • Men
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  1. In the 1920s it was illegal to buy sell or drink
    alcohol this was called Prohibition.
  2. At the height of the great depression about 13
    million americans were out of work.

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  1. In the 1920s, it was illegal to buy, sell, or
    drink alcohol this was called Prohibition.
  2. At the height of the Great Depression, about
    thirteen million Americans were out of work.

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  • 3. Nat Turner a slave and preacher lead a slave
    revolt in 1831, many slaves and slave owners
    died.
  • 4. Early in the civil war many free blacks tried
    to enlist in the Union army but they was rejected
    at first.

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  1. Nat Turner, a slave and preacher, led a slave
    revolt in 1831 many slaves and slave owners
    died.
  2. Early in the Civil War, many free blacks tried to
    enlist in the Union army, but they were rejected
    at first.

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  • 5. In Japan its considered good luck to cross the
    path of an black cat.
  • 6. Athens a city in Greece was named after the
    greek godess Athena, she was the godess of war
    and wisdom.

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  1. In Japan, its considered good luck to cross the
    path of a black cat.
  2. Athens, a city in Greece, was named after the
    Greek goddess Athena she was the goddess of war
    and wisdom.

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  1. In 1927 Charles Lindbergh flyed the first solo
    flight across the atlantic.
  2. Franklin D Roosevelt was elected to for terms in
    office, he was cripled by polio.

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  1. In 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew the first solo
    flight across the Atlantic.
  2. Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to four terms
    in office he was crippled by polio.

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  1. Edgar Allan Poe who was born in 1809 wrote many
    short stories and poems including The Raven.
  2. Before he died Poe reportedly said lord, help my
    poor sole.

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  1. Edgar Allan Poe, who was born in 1809, wrote many
    short stories and poems, including The Raven.
  2. Before he died, Poe reportedly said, Lord, help
    my poor soul.

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O
G
I
G
N
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Going in circles
  • skip

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  • Today I cleaned shopped and washed my car what a
    day.
  • When are you going to come for a visit asked my
    Grandma.

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  • Today, I cleaned, shopped, and washed my car.
    What a day!
  • When are you going to come for a visit? asked
    my grandma.

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  • 3. I asked my Biology teacher what do camels
    keep in there humps
  • 4. My teacher Mr. James replied they keep fat
    not water.

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  1. I asked my biology teacher, What do camels keep
    in their humps?
  2. My teacher, Mr. James, replied, They keep fat,
    not water.

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  1. Me and my friend researched Greenland, its the
    most largest island in the world.
  2. The Petrified Forest located in Arizona is a hole
    forest of trees that turned in to stone.

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  1. My friend and I researched Greenland its the
    largest island in the world.
  2. The Petrified Forest, located in Arizona, is a
    whole forest of trees that turned into stone.

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  1. Although Jesse Owens won for gold metals in 1936
    Hitler refused to shake his hand cause he was
    black.
  2. When he retire from baseball Hank Aaron had 755
    home runs.

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  1. Although Jesse Owens won four gold medals in
    1936, Hitler refused to shake his hand because he
    was black.
  2. When he retired from baseball, Hank Aaron had 755
    homeruns.

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  • 9.Animals are strange, a starfish breaths threw
    its feet and a cricket sings with its legs.
  • 10.A cats grace comes from having 250 bones in
    its body, their are 20 bones just in its tale.

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  1. Animals are strange a starfish breathes through
    its feet, and a cricket sings with its legs.
  2. A cats grace comes from having 250 bones in its
    body there are 20 bones just in its tail.

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skip
H
G
O
N
R
I
S
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Horsing Around
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  • 1. It was the most embarasing moment ever but I
    just had to get threw it.
  • 2. First we herd the scores and we were so
    exsited we jumped yelled and screamed.

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  1. It was the most embarassing moment ever, but I
    just had to get through it.
  2. First, we heard the scores, and we were so
    excited we jumped, yelled, and screamed.

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  • 3. In 1836 Harriet Tubman a escaped slave freed
    750 slaves.
  • 4. In 1981 Sandra Day OConner became the first
    women on the supreme court, she retire this year.

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  • 3. In 1836, Harriet Tubman, an escaped slave,
    freed 750 slaves.
  • 4. In 1981, Sandra Day OConner became the first
    woman on the Supreme Court she retired this
    year.

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5. During the american revolution more colonists
fought on the side of Britin then on the side of
the colonies. 6. In 1808 it became ilegal to
import slaves in to the United States said the
teacher.
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  1. During the American Revolution, more colonists
    fought on the side of Britain than on the side of
    the colonies.
  2. In 1808, it became illegal to import slaves into
    the United States, said the teacher.

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  1. Although I sometimes have to much homework I like
    school alot.
  2. Their are many things me and my brother like to
    do together, we especialy love to hunt and fish.

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  1. Although I sometimes have too much homework, I
    like school a lot.
  2. There are many things my brother and I like to do
    together we especially love to hunt and fish.

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  • 9. The Hummingbird have a specail talent, it can
    fly backwards.
  • 10. The shark is famus for its teeth but it has
    no bones in its skeleton.

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  • 9. The hummingbird has a special talent it can
    fly backwards.
  • 10. The shark is famous for its teeth, but it has
    no bones in its skeleton.

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  • HOROBOD

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  • Robin Hood

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  • 1. That woman Mrs. Chan is my freind Stacys mom.
  • 2. My favorit book is To Kill a Mockingbird by
    Harper Lee, one of the characters are named Scout.

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  • 1. That woman, Mrs. Chan, is my friend Stacys
    mom.
  • 2. My favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird by
    Harper Lee one of the characters is named Scout.

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  • 3. Lewis and Clark explored the west and there
    story is fasinating.
  • 4. The people of Venice Italy use boats to get
    around there city, its a interesting place to
    visit.

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  1. Lewis and Clark explored the West, and their
    story is fascinating.
  2. The people of Venice, Italy use boats to get
    around their city its an interesting place to
    visit.

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  • 5. James you pitched very good today
    complemented coach Washington.
  • 6. Through his long carer in baseball Nolan Ryan
    through more strikeouts then any other pitcher in
    history.

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  1. James, you pitched very well today ,
    complimented Coach Washington.
  2. Through his long career in baseball, Nolan Ryan
    threw more strikeouts than any other pitcher in
    history.

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  1. Because he studyed all night Billy felt confedent
    that he would do good on his french test.
  2. Ericka whose planing on going to Southern
    university makes good grades.

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  1. Because he studied all night, Billy felt
    confident that he would do well on his French
    test.
  2. Ericka, whos planning on going to Southern
    University, makes good grades.

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  1. Although youre tired you still need to clean
    youre room said my Mom angrily.
  2. My friend asked are their going to be alot of
    people at the party.

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  1. Although youre tired, you still need to clean
    your room, said my mom angrily.
  2. My friend asked, Are there going to be a lot of
    people at the party?

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EARTH
EARTH
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Down to Earth
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  • 1. Proverbs is short popular sayings, their are
    thousands of them.
  • 2. I read that president Lincoln said freedom is
    the last best hope of earth

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  • 1. Proverbs are short, popular sayings there
    are thousands of them.
  • 2. I read that President Lincoln said, Freedom
    is the last, best hope of earth.

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  • 3. Copernicus a polish astronomer was the first
    to suggest, that planets orbit the Sun.
  • 4. Copernicus who lived in the 16th centery
    published his theory in On The Revolutions Of The
    Heavanly Spheres.

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  1. Copernicus, a Polish astronomer, was the first to
    suggest that planets orbit the sun.
  2. Copernicus, who lived in the 16th century,
    published his theory in On the Revolutions of the
    Heavenly Spheres.

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  • 5. In peru bullfighters use to be women, they
    fought bulls while riding horseback.
  • 6. Before players begun to where safety gear
    football produced so many injurys that colleges
    often baned the game.

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  1. In Peru, bullfighters used to be women. They
    fought bulls while riding horseback.
  2. Before players began to wear safety gear,
    football produced so many injuries that colleges
    often banned the game.

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  • I didn't know witch job I wanted I was to
    confused to deside.
  • In the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar
    Allan Poe the narrator said it is the beating of
    his hideous heart!

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  • 7. I didn't know which job I wanted I was too
    confused to decide.
  • 8. In the short story The Tell-Tale Heart by
    Edgar Allan Poe, the narrator said, It is the
    beating of his hideous heart!

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  • 9. Matt walked nervous to the plate knowing his
    team would loose the game if he striked out.
  • 10. The picher was stairing at him which made
    him even more nervus.

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  • 9. Matt walked nervously to the plate, knowing
    his team would lose the game if he struck out.
  • 10. The pitcher was staring at him, which made
    him even more nervous.

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  • YOU JUST ME

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  • Just between you and me

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  • The movie Of Mice And Men is a intresting
    adaptation of the book, I recomend every one
    watch it.
  • 2. You should have studyed more and you should
    of got more sleep to.

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  • The movie Of Mice and Men is an interesting
    adaptation of the book I recommend everyone
    watch it.
  • 2. You should have studied more, and you should
    have gotten more sleep too.

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  • 3. Look at those dark clouds on the horizon
    said the girl it'll rain before long.
  • 4. When we live near the park we would have a
    picnic every Sunday, I loved it.

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  • 3. Look at those dark clouds on the horizon,
    said the girl. It'll rain before long.
  • 4. When we lived near the park, we would have a
    picnic every Sunday. I loved it.

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  • 5. My father was a kind and gentle man, however
    he was a firm beleiver in disipline.
  • 6.  When I told him the cost of the tickets he
    sugested that we not attend the consert.

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  • 5. My father was a kind and gentle man however,
    he was a firm believer in discipline.
  • 6.  When I told him the cost of the tickets, he
    suggested that we not attend the concert.

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  • Jacks driving makes me nervus, he drives way to
    fast.
  • 8. When I go to Canada this Summer I want to hike
    in the mountins I know that will be exsiting.

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  • Jacks driving makes me nervous he drives way
    too fast.
  • 8. When I go to Canada this summer, I want to
    hike in the mountains. I know that will be
    exciting.

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  • 9. He's gonna go to medical school, its his
    lifelong ambition too be a doctor.
  • 10. Sun shine is good for you but to much sun is
    bad for you.

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  • 9. He's going to go to medical school its his
    lifelong ambition to be a doctor.
  • 10. Sunshine is good for you, but too much sun is
    bad for you.

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  • STA4NCE

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  • For instance

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  1. On that mourning I sat in my usual spot in the
    corner of my grandmothers kichen.
  2. The pilots ejected from the burning plain and
    landed in the water and they imediately popped
    theyre flares and life-vests.

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  1. On that morning, I sat in my usual spot in the
    corner of my grandmothers kitchen.
  2. The pilots ejected from the burning plane and
    landed in the water. They immediately popped
    their flares and life-vests.

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  • 3. Their was a car accident on I-10 this morning,
    it was not caused by the rain.
  • 4. The desert she baked for us tasted
    wonderfully, it was full of chocalate.

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  • 3. There was a car-accident on I-10 this morning
    it was not caused by the rain.
  • 4. The dessert she baked for us tasted wonderful
    it was full of chocolate.

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  • 5. Last night the stars seemed exceptional brite,
    it was unusal.
  • 6. When it snows we like to stay home and take a
    brake from work, its a great day!

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  • 5. Last night, the stars seemed exceptionally
    bright. It was unusual.
  • 6. When it snows, we like to stay home and take a
    break from work. Its a great day!

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  • 7. The proffessor explained why plagiarism is
    wrong on Monday.
  • 8. Youre mother or youre sister should lend you
    their coat.

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  • 7. On Monday, the professor explained why
    plagiarism is wrong.
  • 8. Your mother or your sister should lend you her
    coat.

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  • 9. The arangements for the convintion was poorly
    organized.
  • 10. The secratary was sorry he through away the
    document, it was nesessary for his bosses
    meeting.
  •  

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  • 9. The arrangements for the convention were
    poorly organized.
  • 10. The secretary was sorry he threw away the
    document it was necessary for his bosss
    meeting.
  •  

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  • LEAST

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  • Last but not least

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  1. Last year me and my sister got a sunburn at the
    beach it hurt alot.
  2. However we was not at the beach very long.

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  1. Last year, my sister and I got a sunburn at the
    beach. It hurt a lot.
  2. However, we were not at the beach very long.

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  1. After about 3 hour our parents took us back to
    the hotel.
  2. We stayed inside but we still had alot of fun.

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  1. After about three hours, our parents took us back
    to the hotel.
  2. We stayed inside, but we still had a lot of fun.

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  1. The national cancer institute say that 70 of
    the plants useful in treating cancer comes from
    rain forrests.
  2. 100 pounds of rainwater is needed to produce 1
    pound of grain from the earth.

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  1. The National Cancer Institute says that 70
    percent of the plants useful in treating cancer
    come from rain forests.
  2. One hundred pounds of rainwater are needed to
    produce one pound of grain from the earth.

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  • 7. In 1579 Sir Francis Drake an english explorer
    sailed in to the waters of the San Francisco bay,
    he claims California for England.
  • 8. Christopher Columbus ships were the nina the
    pinta and the santa maria.

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  • 7. In 1579, Sir Francis Drake, an English
    explorer, sailed in to the waters of the San
    Francisco Bay he claimed California for England.
  • 8. Christopher Columbuss ships were the Nina,
    the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.

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  1. The two ocean that lap Africas coast are the
    atlantic and pacific.
  2. Brazil is the south America country who produce
    the most cofee.

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  1. The two oceans that lap Africas coast are the
    Atlantic and Pacific.
  2. Brazil is the South American country that
    produces the most coffee.

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  • 1

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  • Hole in one

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  1. The Great Pyramid Of Khufu in Egypt were builded
    with more then two million blocks waying two tons
    each.
  2. 90 million people are added to the Worlds
    population each year.

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  1. The Great Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt was built
    with more than two million blocks, weighing two
    tons each.
  2. Ninety million people are added to the worlds
    population each year.

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  1. New York city includes the following 5 boroughs
    the bronx brooklyn manhattan queens staten
    island.
  2. Only 30 of the planet earth were covered with
    ice during the last ice age.

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  1. New York City includes the following five
    boroughs the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens,
    and Staten Island.
  2. Only 30 percent of the planet Earth was covered
    with ice during the last ice age.

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  1. Alice Watson Ph. D. taught us that tidal waves
    which travel as fast as speeding bulets are
    caused by underwater earthquakes.
  2. The tonge is usualy the strongest mussle in the
    human body.

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  1. Alice Watson, Ph. D., taught us that tidal
    waves, which travel as fast as speeding bullets,
    are caused by underwater earthquakes.
  2. The tongue is usually the strongest muscle in the
    human body.

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  • 7. Yesterday their was a total eclipse of the
    sun, thats when the moon blocks the suns light.
  • 8. Earths core which measure about 10000 degrees
    fahrenheit is almost as hot as the suns surface.

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  • 7. Yesterday, there was a total eclipse of the
    sun. Thats when the moon blocks the suns light.
  • 8. Earths core, which measures about 10,000
    degrees Fahrenheit, is almost as hot as the suns
    surface.

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  • I tryed hard but I still coudnt find the picturs
    I only saw the ink.
  • Their going to use me Im so exsited I can hardly
    rite Dr Nemur and Dr Strauss had a argament about
    it first.

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  • I tried hard, but I still couldnt find the
    pictures. I only saw the ink.
  • Theyre going to use me. Im so excited I can
    hardly write. Dr. Nemur and Dr. Strauss had an
    argument about it first.

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  • Cycle
  • Cycle
  • Cycle

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  • Tricycle

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Monday, October 29
  1. Norwegian vikings sailed West to Iceland
    Greenland and even to the East coast of North
    America.
  2. Eric the Red whos son was Leif Ericson sailed
    with his family from Iceland to Greenland to
    settle their.

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Monday, October 29
  1. Norwegian Vikings sailed west to Iceland,
    Greenland, and even to the east coast of North
    America.
  2. Eric the Red, whose son was Leif Ericson, sailed
    with his family from Iceland to Greenland to
    settle there.

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Tuesday, October 30
  1. Prior to August 26 1920 woman which was one half
    of the countries adults did not have the write to
    vote.
  2. With the passage of the 19th amendment women were
    given the right to vote, therefor they had more
    equality.

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Tuesday, October 30
  1. Prior to August 26, 1920, women, who were
    one-half of the countrys adults, did not have
    the right to vote.
  2. With the passage of the 19th Amendment, women
    were given the right to vote therefore, they had
    more equality.

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Wednesday, OCTOBER 31
  • 5. Sequoia trees is among the most large and
    oldest living thing on earth.
  • 6. Millions of years ago their were many
    diffrent kinds but today only two remain the
    redwood and the giant sequoia.

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Wednesday, OCTOBER 31
  • 5. Sequoia trees are among the largest and oldest
    living things on earth.
  • 6. Millions of years ago there were many
    different kinds, but today only two remain the
    redwood and the giant sequoia.

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Thursday, November 1
  1. The teacher said class please get quiet, and get
    out youre homework.
  2. I didnt do my homework said the girl But I
    will have it tomorow.

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Thursday, November 1
  1. The teacher said, Class, please get quiet and
    get out your homework.
  2. I didnt do my homework, said the girl, but I
    will have it tomorrow.

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Friday, November 2
  1. The pacific ocean by far the largest of the
    oceans cover nearly 1/3 of the earths surface.
  2. Evaporation which is part of the water cycle
    remove fresh water from the ocean leaving salt
    behind.

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Friday, November 2
  1. The Pacific Ocean, by far the largest of the
    oceans, covers nearly one-third of the earths
    surface.
  2. Evaporation, which is part of the water cycle,
    removes fresh water from the ocean, leaving salt
    behind.

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Monday, November 5
  1. In Janury of 1803 president Thomas Jefferson
    asked congress for 2500 to pay for an expidition
    to the Lousiana Territory.
  2. Jefferson apointed his secratary Meriwether Lewis
    to plan the trip.

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Monday, November 5
  1. In January of 1803, President Thomas Jefferson
    asked Congress for 2,500 to pay for an
    expedition to the Louisiana Territory.
  2. Jefferson appointed his secretary, Meriwether
    Lewis, to plan the trip.

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Tuesday, November 6
  1. On May 14 1804 the expedition lead by Lewis and
    William Clark left St Louis Missouri.
  2. There destination was the Pacific ocean but they
    had to travel threw the wilderness to get their.

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Tuesday, November 6
  1. On May 14, 1804, the expedition, led by Lewis and
    William Clark, left St. Louis, Missouri.
  2. Their destination was the Pacific Ocean, but they
    had to travel through the wilderness to get there.

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Wednesday, November 7
  1. The gasoline that ordanary cars use is made from
    oil which is an fossil fuel.
  2. Fossil fuels which include oil coal and natural
    gas were formed underground milions of years ago.

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Wednesday, November 7
  1. The gasoline that ordinary cars use is made from
    oil, which is a fossil fuel.
  2. Fossil fuels, which include oil, coal, and
    natural gas, were formed underground millions of
    years ago.

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Thursday, November 8
  1. 4 faces and 70 years ago Mount Rushmore become a
    part of South Dakotas history.
  2. Washington, Jefferson Roosevelt and Lincoln all
    great Presidents are on the monument.

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Thursday, November 8
  1. Four faces and 70 years ago, Mount Rushmore
    became a part of South Dakotas history.
  2. Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln,
    all great presidents, are on the monument.

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Friday, November 9
  1. Martin Luther King Jr who was a great speaker
    lead the civil rights movement.
  2. He won the 1964 nobel piece prize unfortunately
    he was assassinated at age 39.

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Friday, November 9
  1. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was a great speaker,
    led the Civil Rights Movement.
  2. He won the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize. Unfortunately,
    he was assassinated at age 39..

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Monday, November 12
  • The girl whos parents have found a new home in
    Dallas Texas doesnt want to move, however there
    desision is final.
  • Her favorit activity is shoping but now she have
    to do it alone.

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Monday, November 12
  • The girl, whose parents have found a new home in
    Dallas, Texas, doesnt want to move however,
    their decision is final.
  • Her favorite activity is shopping, but now she
    has to do it alone.

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Tuesday, November 13
  1. Terry loves his Dad but he feels embarassed by
    his behavor.
  2. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings most famus novel is the
    Yearling.

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Tuesday, November 13
  1. Terry loves his dad, but he feels embarrassed by
    his behavior.
  2. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings most famous novel is
    The Yearling..

147
Wednesday, November 14
  1. Laurence Yep who had asma as a child feeled like
    a failure cause him and his brother had very
    diffrent athletic abilities.
  2. After moving from China Laurences father lived in
    San Franciscos Chinatown.

148
Wednesday, November 14
  1. Laurence Yep, who had asthma as a child, felt
    like a failure because he and his brother had
    very different athletic abilities.
  2. After moving from China, Laurences father lived
    in San Franciscos Chinatown.

149
Thursday, November 15
  • 7. Langston Hughes poem Mother to Son contains a
    mothers advice to her son.
  • 8. Its very important to stay positive. Even
    when life is very hard to bare.

150
Thursday, November 15
  1. Langston Hughess poem Mother to Son contains a
    mothers advice to her son.
  2. Its very important to stay positive, even when
    life is very hard to bear.

151
Friday, November 16
  • 9. On May 14 1804 the expedition lead by Lewis
    and William Clark left St Louis Missouri.
  • 10. There destination was the Pacific ocean but
    they had to travel threw the wilderness to get
    their.

152
Friday, November 16
  • 9. On May 14, 1804, the expedition led by Lewis
    and William Clark left St. Louis, Missouri.
  • 10. Their destination was the Pacific Ocean, but
    they had to travel through the wilderness to get
    there.

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Pawalkrk
154
A walk in the park
155
Monday, November 26
  1. Before him and his freinds went camping they
    should of made a plan.
  2. There mothers helped them get ready but they
    still forget alot of things.

156
Monday, November 26
  1. Before he and his friends went camping, they
    should have made a plan.
  2. Their mothers helped them get ready, but they
    still forgot a lot of things.

157
Tuesday, November 27
  1. Matthew Hensons first adventure was on a ship
    called the Katie Hines, its wear he learned about
    exploring.
  2. Matthew Henson along with Robert Peary set out on
    a expedition to the north pole.

158
Tuesday, November 27
  1. Matthew Hensons first adventure was on a ship
    called the Katie Hines its where he learned
    about exploring.
  2. Matthew Henson, along with Robert Peary, set out
    on an expedition to the North Pole.

159
Wednesday, November 28
  1. Gary Paulsen has wrote many books about dogs
    including the book Dogsong, he also owns dogs.
  2. In the regin where he lives their are alot of
    pine trees hunting is allowed but Paulsen does
    not hunt.

160
Wednesday, November 28
  1. Gary Paulsen has written many books about dogs,
    including the book Dogsong he also owns many
    dogs.
  2. In the region where he lives, there are a lot of
    pine trees. Hunting is allowed, but Paulsen does
    not hunt.

161
Thursday, November 29
  1. Helen Keller couldnt read nothing when Miss
    Sullivan becomes her teacher but she never gave
    up on Helen.
  2. I know I can help her. said Miss Sullivan If
    she just lets me.

162
Thursday, November 29
  1. Helen Keller couldnt read anything when Miss
    Sullivan became her teacher, but she never gave
    up on Helen.
  2. I know I can help her, said Miss Sullivan, if
    she just lets me.

163
Thursday, November 30
  1. Many passengers consider themselfs lucky to have
    been on the maden voyage of the Titanic.
  2. Please those are my children cried one women
    let me go with them

164
Thursday, November 29
  1. Many passengers considered themselves lucky to
    have been on the maiden voyate of the Titanic.
  2. Please, those are my children! cried one woman.
    Let me go with them.

165
Friday, November 30
  1. Many passengers consider themselfs lucky to have
    been on the maden voyage of the Titanic.
  2. Please those are my children cried one woman
    let me go with them

166
Friday, November 30
  1. Many passengers considered themselves lucky to
    have been on the maiden voyage of the Titanic.
  2. Please, those are my children! cried one woman.
    Let me go with them.

167
Monday, December 2
  • The girls forget wear they left there books
    therefor they didnt have their home work.
  • Where is your work
  • asked the teacher who
  • was looking at the boy quiet sternly.

168
Monday, December 2
  • The girls forgot where they left their books
    therefore, they didnt have their homework.
  • Where is your work?
  • asked the teacher, who
  • was looking at the boy quite sternly.

169
Tuesday, December 3
  1. The young frightened child clung tight to his
    sisters dirty hand.
  2. His mother sobing and scared fought silently
    against the cold rushing water.

170
Tuesday, December 3
  1. The young, frightened child clung tightly to his
    sisters dirty hand.
  2. His mother, sobbing and scared, fought silently
    against the cold, rushing water.

171
Wednesday, December 4
  • Some areas of this country faces serius water
    shortages but water conservation is every
  • ones responsibility.
  • 6. A American family of 4
  • uses almost 200 gallons of
  • water a day for drinking cooking bathing and
    cleaning.

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Wednesday, December 4
  • Some areas of this country face serious water
    shortages, but water conservation is everyones
    responsibility.
  • 6. An American family of four uses almost 200
    gallons of water a day for drinking, cooking,
    bathing, and cleaning.

173
Thursday, December 5
  • Although Jesse Owens an American athlete won four
    gold metals at the olympics Hitler wouldnt shake
  • his hand cause he was black.
  • 8. He eventualy set 7 world records in his carer.

174
Thursday, December 5
  • Although Jesse Owens, an American athlete, won
    four gold medals at the Olympics, Hitler wouldnt
    shake
  • his hand because he was black.
  • 8. He eventually set seven world records in his
    career.

175
Friday, December 6
  1. Im so glad I past eigth grade the student
    exclaimed jumping up and down.
  2. The teacher replied James all it takes is a
    little hard work.

176
Friday, December 6
  1. Im so glad I passed eighth grade! the student,
    exclaimed jumping up and down.
  2. The teacher replied, James, all it takes is a
    little hard work.

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  • PPOD

178
  • Two peas in a pod

179
Monday, December 10
  1. The Bubonic Plage also known as the Black Death
    first apeared in Europe in 1347 by 1350 it had
    killed almost half of Europes population.
  2. Joan of arc was only 17 when she lead battles
    against the english she was only 19 when she was
    burned at the steak.

180
Monday, December 10
  1. The Bubonic Plague, also known as the Black
    Death, first appeared in Europe in 1347. By 1350,
    it had killed almost half of Europes population.
  2. Joan of Arc was only 17 when she led battles
    against the English she was only 19 when she was
    burned at the stake.

181
Tuesday, December 11
  1. Because the catholic church wouldnt give him a
    divorce Henry the VIII established his own church
    the Protestant Church Of England.
  2. Elizabeth I Henry VIIIs daughter had one of the
    longest rains 45 years in english history.

182
Tuesday, December 11
  1. Because the Catholic church wouldnt give him a
    divorce, Henry the VIII established his own
    church - the Protestant Church of England.
  2. Elizabeth I, Henry VIIIs daughter, had one of
    the longest reigns, 45 years, in English history.

183
Wednesday, December 12
  1. By using gasoline car owners dumped as much as
    225000 tons of led in to the air each year.
  2. In the 1930s motorists in some midwest citys had
    to use headlights during the day, to see threw
    the smog.

184
Wednesday, December 12
  1. By using gasoline, car owners dumped as much as
    225,000 tons of lead in to the air each year.
  2. In the 1930s, motorists in some Midwest cities
    had to use headlights during the day to see
    through the smog.

185
Thursday, December 13
  1. In 1977 Janet Guthrie became the 1st woman to
    race in the indianapolis 500 she won nineth place
    in the race.
  2. In fencing the competiters are equiped with the
    following a epee a foil or a saber.

186
Thursday, December 13
  1. In 1977, Janet Guthrie became the first woman to
    race in the Indianapolis 500 she won ninth place
    in the race.
  2. In fencing, the competitors are equipped with the
    following an epee, a foil, or a saber.

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Friday, December 14
  1. In the 1800s England wages a war against China in
    order to sale opium a drug to the chineese
    people.
  2. However Englad out lawed opium at home many
    people thought this was hipocritical.

188
Friday, December 14
  1. In the 1800s, England waged a war against China
    in order to sell opium, a drug, to the Chinese
    people.
  2. However, England outlawed opium at home many
    people thought this was hypocritical.

189
Monday, December 17
  1. We had a good time at the beach but the circus
    was even funner.
  2. Our coach takes every practice serious but the
    ones before a game are especialy demanding.

190
Monday, December 17
  1. We had a good time at the beach, but the circus
    was more fun.
  2. Our coach takes every practice seriously, but the
    ones before a game are especially demanding.

191
Tuesday, December 18
  1. Do you know the names of Santas raindeer Mrs.
    Claus asked the elfs.
  2. Rudolph who had a very shiney nose was one of
    Santas favorit raindeer.

192
Tuesday, December 18
  1. Do you know the names of Santas reindeer? Mrs.
    Claus asked the elves.
  2. Rudolph, who had a very shiny, nose was one of
    Santas favorite reindeer.

193
Wednesday, December 19
5. The erupsion of Mt Vesuvius completly buryed
the city of Pompeii in ashs. 6. Because of this
we now know how men and woman dressed and lived.
194
Wednesday, December 19
  1. The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius completely buried
    the city of Pompeii in ashes.
  2. Because of this, we now know how men and women
    dressed and lived.

195
Thursday, December 20
  • 7. Did you know that dolfins has distinct
    personalities asked the proffesor.
  • 8. Researchers have discovered that some dolfins
    are agressive while others are quiet playful.

196
Thursday, December 20
  • 7. Did you know that dolphins have distinct
    personalities? asked the professor.
  • 8. Researchers have discovered that some
    dolphins are aggressive, while others are quite
    playful.

197
Friday, December 21
  • The stockings was hung by the chimney with care,
    in hopes that St Nicholas soon would be their.
  • I herd him exclaim as he drove out of site Merry
    Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

198
Friday, December 21
  • The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
    in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
  • I heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight,
    Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good
    night.

199
Tuesday, January 2
  1. The erupsion of Mt Vesuvius completly buryed the
    city of Pompeii in ashs.
  2. Because of this we now know how men and woman
    dressed and lived.

200
Tuesday, January 2
  1. The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius completely buried
    the city of Pompeii in ashes.
  2. Because of this, we now know how men and women
    dressed and lived.

201
Wednesday, January 3
  1. Did you know that dolfins has distinct
    personalities asked the proffesor.
  2. Researchers have discovered that some dolfins are
    agressive while others are quiet playful.

202
Wednesday, January 3
  1. Did you know that dolphins have distinct
    personalities? asked the professor.
  2. Researchers have discovered that some dolphins
    are aggressive, while others are quite playful.

203
Thursday, January 4
  • 5. Although Mozart and Beethoven was great
    composers each one had obstacle to over come.
  • 6. Mozart lived most of his life in poverty
    Beethoven wrote his most fine symfonies after
    going deaf.

204
Thursday, January 4
  • 5. Although Mozart and Beethoven were great
    composers, each one had obstacles to overcome.
  • 6. Mozart lived most of his life in poverty
    Beethoven wrote his finest symphonies after going
    deaf.

205
Friday, January 5
  • 7. Ludwig van Beethoven was a german composor of
    classical music he lived predominantly in Vienna
    Austria.
  • 8. Beethovens personal life was troubled, around
    age 28 he started to become deaf which lead him
    to contemplate suicide.

206
Friday, January 5
  • 7. Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer of
    classical music he lived predominantly in
    Vienna, Austria.
  • 8. Beethovens personal life was troubled. Around
    age 28, he started to become deaf, which led him
    to contemplate suicide.

207
Monday, January 8
  1. Elizabeth I born in 1533 was Henry VIII and Anne
    Bolyns daughter.
  2. She was one of the strongest most loved and
    longest raining rulers of England.

208
Monday, January 8
  1. Elizabeth I, born in 1533, was Henry VIII and
    Anne Bolyns daughter.
  2. She was one of the strongest, most loved, and
    longest reigning rulers of England.

209
Tuesday, January 8
  • 1. Martin Luther King, Jr was born in Atlanta
    Georgia his parents names were Martin and
    Alberta.
  • 2. King married Coretta Scott King on June 18
    1953 they had 4 children including Martin Luther
    III.

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Tuesday, January 8
  • 3. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in Atlanta,
    Georgia. His parents names were Martin and
    Alberta.
  • 4. King married Coretta Scott King on June 18,
    1953. They had four children, including Martin
    Luther III.

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Wednesday, January 9
  • 5. Dr. King who beleived in nonviolence was
    awarded the nobel piece prize in 1968.
  • 6. Martin Luther King once said a man who won't
    die for something is not fit to live.

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Wednesday, January 9
  • 5. Dr. King, who believed in nonviolence, was
    awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1968.
  • 6. Martin Luther King once said, A man who
    won't die for something is not fit to live.

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Thursday, January 10
  • 5. King was assasinated on April 4 1968 he was on
    the balcany of a motel in Memphis Tennesee.
  • 6. He was their to lead a local march in support
    of the black sanitation workers union they was on
    strike at the time.

214
Thursday, January 10
  • 7. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968 he was
    on the balcony of the a motel in Memphis,
    Tennessee.
  • 8. He was there to lead a local march in support
    of the black sanitation workers union. They were
    on strike at the time.

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Friday, January 11
  • 7. In 1963 more then a quater of a million
    people of diverse ethnicities attended the march
    on Washington.
  • 8. At the time it was the largest gathering of
    protestors in Washingtons history and Kings I
    have a dream speech electrified the crowd.

216
Friday, January 11
  1. In 1963, more than a quarter of a million people
    of diverse ethnicities attended the March on
    Washington.
  2. At the time, it was the largest gathering of
    protestors in Washingtons history, and Kings I
    Have a Dream speech electrified the crowd.

217
Monday, January 14
  • 1. The civil rights movement which occured from
    about 1955 to 1968 aimed at ending racial
    discrimenation against blacks especially in the
    south.
  • 2. The movement was about more then just
    changing laws, it was also about issues of
    freedom respect dignity and equality.

218
Monday, January 14
  • 1. The Civil Rights Movement, which occurred
    from about 1955 to 1968, aimed at ending racial
    discrimination against blacks, especially in the
    South.
  • 2. The movement was about more than just
    changing laws it was also about issues of
    freedom, respect, dignity, and equality.

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Tuesday, January 15
  • 3. On May 17 1954 the United States Supreme
    Court handed down its desision regarding the
    case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka,
    Kansas.
  • 4. The court over turned Plessy vs. Ferguson,
    this made segregation in public schools ilegal.

220
Tuesday, January 15
  • 3. On May 17, 1954, the United States Supreme
    Court handed down its decision regarding the case
    Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas.
  • 4. The court overturned Plessy vs. Ferguson
    this made segregation in public schools illegal.

221
Wednesday, January 16
  • 5. On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks refuse to give
    up her seat on a public bus to make room for a
    white passanger.
  • 6. Following the incident African-American
    leaders gather and organize the Montgomery Bus
    Boycott.

222
Wednesday, January 16
  • 5. On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to
    give up her seat on a public bus to make room for
    a white passenger.
  • 6. Following the incident, African-American
    leaders gathered and organized the Montgomery Bus
    Boycott.

223
Thursday, January 17
  • 7. In 1957 Orval Faubus the governer of
    Arkansas called out the National Guard to prevent
    9 African-American students from attending Little
    Rock Central High School.
  • 8. The students were able to attend the school,
    they had to pass thru spitting jeering whites to
    arrive at school on there first day.

224
Thursday, January 17
  • 7. In 1957, Orval Faubus, the governor of
    Arkansas, called out the National Guard to
    prevent nine African-American students from
    attending Little Rock Central High School.
  • 8. The students were able to attend the school
    they had to pass through spitting, jeering whites
    to arrive at school on their first day.

225
Friday, January 18
  • 9. The march on Washington was a large political
    raly that took place in Washington, D.C. on
    August 28 1963.
  • 10. A estimated 200,000 to 300,000 demonstrators
    gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial, this
    is wear Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his
    famous I Have a Dream speech.

226
Friday, January 18
  • 9. The March on Washington was a large political
    rally that took place in Washington, D.C. on
    August 28, 1963.
  • 10. An estimated 200,000 to 300,000
    demonstrators gathered in front of the Lincoln
    Memorial this is where Martin Luther King, Jr.
    delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech.

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Monday, January 21
  • 1. In 1564 William Shakespeare who was a poet
    and playwrite was born in Warwickshire England.
  • 2. Shakespeare is considered by many to be the
    greatest writer in the english language as well
    as one of the greatest in western literature.

228
Monday, January 21
  • 1. In 1564, William Shakespeare, who was a poet
    and playwright, was born in Warwickshire,
    England.
  • 2. Shakespeare is considered by many to be the
    greatest writer in the English language, as well
    as one of the greatest in Western literature.

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Tuesday, January 22
  • 3. Shakespeares plays such as Hamlet and Macbeth
  • has the reputation of being among the greatest in
    the english language.
  • 4. His plays of which their were 37 were often
    performed at the globe theatre.

230
Tuesday, January 22
  • 3. Shakespeares plays, such as Hamlet and
    Macbeth, have the reputation of being among the
    greatest in the English language.
  • 4. His plays, of which there were 37, were often
    performed at the Globe Theatre.

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Wednesday, January 23
  • 5. Shakespeares sonets are a collection of 154
    poems that deal with such themes as love beauty
    politics and morality.
  • 6. In addition Shakespeare wrote the short poem,
    The Phoenix And The Turtle.

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Wednesday, January 23
  • 5. Shakespeares sonnets are a collection of 154
    poems that deal with such themes as love, beauty,
    politics, and morality.
  • 6. In addition, Shakespeare wrote the short poem
    The Phoenix and the Turtle.

233
Thursday, January 24
  • 7. At the age of 52 William Shakespeare died on
    April 23 1616.
  • 8. From which play is the quote to be or not to
    be, that is the question asked the teacher.

234
Thursday, January 24
  • 7. At the age of 52, William Shakespeare died on
    April 23, 1616.
  • 8. From which play is the quote, To be or not
    to be, that is the question? asked the teacher.

235
Friday, January 25
  • 9. Greek mythology consist of a extensive
    collection of stories detailing the adventures of
    gods godesses heros and heroines.
  • 10.In the wide variety of greek legends and
    storys the ancent Gods all appear in human form,
    however they never age.

236
Friday, January 25
  1. Greek mythology consists of an extensive
    collection of stories detailing the adventures of
    gods, goddesses, heroes, and heroines.
  2. In the wide variety of Greek legends and stories,
    the ancient gods all appear in human form
    however, they never age.

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Monday, January 28
  1. A earthquake also known as a tremor is the result
    of a sudden release of energy in the Earths
    crust.
  2. At the Earths surface earthquakes manifest
    themselves, by shaking and sometimes displacing
    the ground.

238
Monday, January 28
  1. An earthquake, also known as a tremor, is the
    result of a sudden release of energy in the
    Earths crust.
  2. At the Earths surface, earthquakes manifest
    themselves by shaking and sometimes displacing
    the ground.

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Tuesday, January 29
  1. Earthquakes are usualy caused by the rupture of
    geological faults but they are also caused by
    volcanic activity landslides and nuclear
    experaments.
  2. An earthquakes point of initial rupture is called
    its hypocenter, the term epicenter refers to the
    point at ground level directly above the
    hypocenter.

240
Tuesday, January 29
  1. Earthquakes are usually caused by the rupture of
    geological faults, but they are also caused by
    volcanic activity, landslides, and nuclear
    experiments.
  2. An earthquakes point of initial rupture is
    called its hypocenter. The term epicenter refers
    to the point at ground level directly above the
    hypocenter.

241
Wednesday, January 30
  1. Earthquakes along with severe storms volcanic
    activity and wildfires can lead to landslides a
    major geological hazard.
  2. Earthquakes can cause fires by damaging
    electrical power or gas lines, in the 1906 San
    Francisco earthquake more deaths were caused by
    fire then by the earthquake itself.

242
Wednesday, January 30
  1. Earthquakes, along with severe storms, volcanic
    activity, and wildfires, can lead to landslides,
    a major geological hazard.
  2. Earthquakes can cause fires by damaging
    electrical power or gas lines. In the 1906 San
    Francisco earthquake, more deaths were caused by
    fire than by the earthquake itself.

243
Thursday, January 31
  1. Minor earthquakes occur almost constant around
    the world in places like California and Alaska
    but earthquakes can occur almost anywhere
    including New York City, London, and Australia.
  2. Most of the worlds earthquakes take place in the
    zone called the Pacific Ring Of Fire.

244
Thursday, January 31
  1. Minor earthquakes occur almost constantly around
    the world in places like California and Alaska,
    but earthquakes can occur almost anywhere,
    including New York City, London, and Australia.
  2. Most of the worlds earthquakes take place in the
    zone called the Pacific Ring of Fire.

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Friday, February 1
  • 9. Although millions of people may never
    experiance a earthquake they are very common
    occurrences on this planet.
  • 10. It may be so light that only sensitive
    instruments will percieve its motion, it may
    shake houses rattle windows and displace small
    objects

246
Friday, February 1
  • 9. Although millions of people may never
    experience an earthquake, they are very common
    occurrences on this planet.
  • 10. It may be so light that only sensitive
    instruments will perceive its motion it may
    shake houses, rattle windows, and displace small
    objects

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Monday, February 4
  1. The Harlem renaissance was a flowering of
    African-American socal thought and culture it
    formed in Harlem.
  2. This period occuring from about 1920 to 1940 was
    expressed threw every cultural medium dance art
    music theatre literature poetry and politics.

248
Monday, February 4
  1. The Harlem Renaissance was a flowering of
    African-American social thought and culture it
    formed in Harlem.
  2. This period, occurring from about 1920 to 1940,
    was expressed through every cultural medium
    dance, art, music, theatre, literature, poetry,
    and politics.

249
Tuesday, February 5
  • 3. For the first time African-American paintings
    writings and jazz became absorbed into the
    mainstream creating a lasting legecy.
  • 4. The Apollo theater has been the most lasting
    legecy of the Harlem Renaissance, it has remaned
    a symbol of African-American culture.

250
Tuesday, February 5
  • 3. For the first time, African-American
    paintings, writings, and jazz became absorbed
    into the mainstream, creating a lasting legacy.
  • 4. The Apollo Theater has been the most lasting
    legacy of the Harlem Renaissance it has remained
    a symbol of African-American culture.

251
Wednesday, February 6
  • 5. Many influental black writers and literary
    promoters including Langston Hughes leave New
    York City in the early 1930s most relocating to
    France.
  • 6. Langston Hughes who wrote the poem Dream
    Deferred also wrote plays short storys and opras.

252
Wednesday, February 6
  • 5. Many influential black writers and literary
    promoters, including Langston Hughes, left New
    York City in the early 1930s, most relocating to
    France.
  • 6. Langston Hughes, who wrote the poem Dream
    Deferred, also wrote plays , short stories, and
    operas.

253
Thursday, February 7
  1. Do you know some musicans who were part of the
    Harlem Renaisance asked the teacher.
  2. Louis Armstrong who sang and played the trumpet
    is probly most famous for the song What A
    Wonderful World.

254
Thursday, February 7
  1. Do you know some musicians who were part of the
    Harlem Renaissance? asked the teacher.
  2. Louis Armstrong, who sang and played the trumpet,
    is probably most famous for the song What a
    Wonderful World.

255
Friday, February 8
  1. Whose youre favorit poet asked my teacher she
    really likes poetry.
  2. Well I really like Langston Hughes said the boy
    But Shel Silverstein is my favorite .

256
Friday, February 8
  1. Whos your favorite poet? asked my teacher. She
    really likes poetry.
  2. Well, I really like Langston Hughes, said the
    boy, but Shel Silverstein is my favorite.

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Monday, February 11
  • 1. Theyre are verying opinions as to the origen
    of Valentines Day but most experts state that it
    originated from St Valentine.
  • 2. St. Valentine a roman who was martyred for
    refusing to give up Christianity died on Febuary
    14 269 A.D.

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Monday, February 11
  • 1. There are varying opinions as to the origin of
    Valentine's Day, but most experts state that it
    originated from St. Valentine.
  • 2. St. Valentine, a Roman who was martyred for
    refusing to give up Christianity, died on
    February 14, 269 A.D.

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Tuesday, February 12
  • 3. The Underground Railroad a network of
    clandestine routes lead slaves to free states and
    Canada.
  • 4. Between 1820 and 1850 its estimated that
    30000 to 100000 slaves escaped threw the
    Underground Railroad.

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  • 3. The Underground Railroad, a network of
    clandestine routes, led slaves to free states and
    Canada.
  • 4. Between 1820 and 1850, its estimated that
    30,000 to 100,000 slaves escaped through the
    Underground Railroad.

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Wednesday, February 13
  1. In the early 1800s steamboats was important to
    trade on the Mississippi river.
  2. The first steamboat to dock in New Orleans which
    was hauling cargo arrive their from Pittsburgh in
    1812.

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Wednesday, February 13
  1. In the early 1800s, steamboats were important to
    trade on the Mississippi River.
  2. The first steamboat to dock in New Orleans, which
    was hauling cargo, arrived there from Pittsburgh
    in 1812.

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  • 7. Johnny tryed not to let his injury effect his
    performance but he really didnt play good.
  • 8. After recieving the call the police rushed to
    the sight of the crime but they were to late the
    criminal was gone.

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Thursday, February 14
  1. Johnny tried not to let his injury affect his
    performance, but he really didnt play well.
  2. After receiving the call, the police rushed to
    the site of the crime, but they were too late.
    The criminal was
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