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Warm-Up. Once the bell rings you will have exactly 60 seconds on each slide ( IT IS ON A TIMER ). If you waste time or do not already have your notebook/paper out, do not expect to finish on time. WRITE THE QUESTION!!!. Warm-Up.

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warm up
Warm-Up

Once the bell rings you will have exactly 60 seconds on each slide (IT IS ON A TIMER). If you waste time or do not already have your notebook/paper out, do not expect to finish on time.

WRITE THE QUESTION!!!

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Warm-Up
  • The time period in which European societies experienced a “rebirth” is the

a. Renaissance

b. Population Explosion

c. Awakening

d. Olden Days

WRITE THE QUESTION!!!

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Warm-Up

2. What was the original motivation for sailing towards what would become North America?

a. To escape religious persecution

b. Curiosity

c. Find a water route to Asia

d. Getting scurvy

WRITE THE QUESTION!!!

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Warm-Up

3. When the Spanish landed in a new area in the Americas, they

a. assimilated into the culture

b. conquered without mercy

c. drew maps and left

d. stayed for only a short time

WRITE THE QUESTION!!!

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  • Do you think that students should be given As in their classes without having to do any of the work?
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