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The princess and the wooden goose.

The princess and the wooden goose.

The princess and the wooden goose. A word game. an emperor. a princess. someone else. change his mind. anymore. A word game. finally. flowing. once upon a time. marry. certainly. Ask and answer. Who did the princess want to marry?. Tang. 2. Why did the king change his mind?.

By HarrisCezar
(330 views)

Chinese Architecture in Beijing

Chinese Architecture in Beijing

Chinese Architecture in Beijing. Forms and designs. Chinese architectureof The Ming dynasty uses bright colors, painting detailed scenes, roof tiles, roof guardians, and many marble fence posts. It looks very different than western architecture. Power is shown by space not height.

By JasminFlorian
(818 views)

What was the Aztec Empire like?

What was the Aztec Empire like?

Mrs. Alyson TSUI May 2006. What was the Aztec Empire like?. Look at the following pictures about the Aztec Empire and fill in the work sheet provided by your teacher. The Aztec Empire. The Aztec Empire is part of Mexico today.

By Jims
(268 views)

Mythical Creatures!

Mythical Creatures!

Mythical Creatures!. Done by: Kai Xiang Shi Yi Nathanael Benedict . Contents. Greek/Egyptian Mythical Creatures: -Medusa -Sphinx Japanese Mythical Creatures: -Nukekubi -Jikininki Melanesian Mythical Creatures: -Abaia Western Mythical Creatures: -Dragon (Chinese one too) -Basilisk

By Mia_John
(1225 views)

Wings for the King Vocabulary

Wings for the King Vocabulary

Wings for the King Vocabulary. Fifth Grade Unit 3 Week 1. admiringly. Words to Know. subject. permit. worthless. scoundrel. admiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless. permit. to let; allow. admiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless. admiringly.

By Pat_Xavi
(605 views)

Cinquain

Cinquain

Cinquain. Penguin black white waddling, swimming, leaping a tuxedo in the cold water Emperor. What we are going to do:. Create Cinquains. Learn how to use thesauruses. Video record each other. Put video clips onto class website. What is a cinquain?.

By navid
(838 views)

“Allies Strike Back” 1941-1945

“Allies Strike Back” 1941-1945

“Allies Strike Back” 1941-1945. European Theatre. Operation Barbarossa. June 22, 1941: Hitler launches Operation Barbarossa: Invasion of Soviet Union The Russians practiced a Scorched Earth Policy: Destroy everything the German’s would pass through Hitler’s largest Mistake of the War. 1942.

By roz
(332 views)

The Emperor and the Kite Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

The Emperor and the Kite Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

Directions: To go “Slide Show” and click “View” mode. Type your name or class name in the white box. Click “your mouse or go to the left corner of the screen and hit “next” or the arrow” to get to the first vocabulary word.

By shandi
(769 views)

Kaiser William II

Kaiser William II

Kaiser William II. Becomes Emperor in 1888 Dismisses Bismarck in 1890 He would continue some social welfare programs such as cheap transportation, electricity, and public schooling

By decker
(154 views)

Leadership Communication

Leadership Communication

Leadership Communication. MAJ Smith MAJ Nader CPT Hill CPT Luschinski. How about that drive in?. Agenda. Quotes concerning communication Leadership Why Communication Leadership Chester Barnard Communication System Establish the Working Climate Ways to Improve Communication Conclusion.

By elsa
(302 views)

THE QIN DYNASTY 221 BCE – 206 BCE

THE QIN DYNASTY 221 BCE – 206 BCE

THE QIN DYNASTY 221 BCE – 206 BCE. Administrative Institutions Projection of Military Power Success through trade and economic integration Social Structure Labor Systems Role of patriarchy Reasons for decline. Setting the Stage: The Qin . Previous rulers: Zhou Dynasty

By clare
(512 views)

Part II: The English Reformation

Part II: The English Reformation

Part II: The English Reformation. A saga of loyalty, disloyalty, love and lust. If we remember, England had been through a long civil war prior to Henry VII’s succession. The objectives for this slide show are:.

By jermaine
(193 views)

Elements of Satire

Elements of Satire

Elements of Satire. Gulliver’s Travels. Definition. Satire: a literary work that makes fun of a subject by ridiculing and demeaning it. Elements of Satire. Must attack an institution (government, politics, religion, education ect) Must be humorous

By kenisha
(237 views)

Charlemagne aka The Holy Barbarian

Charlemagne aka The Holy Barbarian

Charlemagne aka The Holy Barbarian. Aim/Goal: Why was Charlemagne called a “Holy Barbarian?” Do Now: In order to be a good leader of a nation is it important that you need to know how to read and write? Explain your answer in a few sentences.

By morna
(100 views)

World History 		600 CE – 1450 CE

World History 600 CE – 1450 CE

World History 600 CE – 1450 CE. Alyssa Eaves, Cyrus Motanya , Laurel Toskey. American Civilizations. The Mayans The Maya emerged around 300 CE. They were based in the Olmec culture. Independent city-states and rival kingdoms formed the government structure.

By stacey
(104 views)

AP World History: Between the Wars

AP World History: Between the Wars

AP World History: Between the Wars. Period 6 . I The Roaring 20s?. A) Postwar inflation occurred as governments printed new money. B) The United States’ and Japan’s economy and culture boomed in the 1920’s. 1. In the US , art and science benefited from new ideas after the war.

By gretel
(174 views)

The Evil Emperor Darth Sidious

The Evil Emperor Darth Sidious

I’ve gone to tanning booths for years. This is a spoof of a movie character but truth is, tanning leads to abnormal colored skin and wrinkles. The Evil Emperor Darth Sidious

By shalin
(140 views)

Augustus

Augustus

Augustus. Following the murder of Julius Caesar, the assassins were forced to flee for their lives. The Second Triumvirate.

By roscoe
(207 views)

The Colosseum

The Colosseum

The Colosseum. & Other Sports Arenas. The Design. Largest amphitheater in the Roman World Perimeter = 545 m. across Built out of travertine with iron clamps to hold the blocks . Who Built It. Begun in AD 70, finished by AD 80 Also known as the Flavian Amphitheater

By hiero
(120 views)

Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace. The Forbidden City In Beijing, China. Its called the Forbidden City because it was forbidden for commoner to enter upon pain of death. It was started in the Mongol Yaun Dynasty and was built new by the Ming Dynasty. 1279-1368. . . Map of Imperial Palace. Meridian Gate.

By katima
(294 views)

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