6) Compare the benefits and disadvantages to traveling with a grocery cart in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Why are they using it? 7) What was in the jack-knifed truck? Why do you suppose this was the cargo? Section 5 - pages 49-60 Vocabulary: skeins, coagulate, provenance, penitent, cheroot, obsidian, meconium 1) What do the boy and the man decide to do when they first see the other man on the road?
41. Foot claims that in the Rescue cases: 42. If Midgley is correct, moral scepticism 43. In the Rescue I case, Foot claims that: 44. Which of the skills that Phil Connors (Bill Murray) learns in the course of his time in the Groundhog Day loop would be considered a “practice” according to MacIntyre’s account?
MODULE SEVEN ISAAC—JACOB AND ESAU Bible Topics • Last days of Abraham • Isaac’s marriage • Birth of Jacob and Esau People to Know Places to Know Terms to Know Eliezer Rebekkah Jacob Esau Laban Nahor Birthright Blood revenge Study Questions Answer the following questions (based on the reading), save it and then submit it to the professor. 1. Who is Eliezer? 2. Remember the discussion about the location of Ur (Module 5). Does the location of the city of Nahor, as given by Davis, influence the location of Ur?
Travis turns on the shower, sees himself in the mirror, and takes off again before Walt gets back. He finds him wandering again, and asks him where it is he is trying to go, with no verbal response from Travis, but instead a yearning look into the distance. They continue on to a roadside diner, where Walt again begins trying to get Travis to talk. He asks him if he remembers his 3 year old son Hunter, who Walt and his wife Ann have been raising since Travis’ disappearance.
3 3 H Skill 7: Evaluate major debates concerning alternative interpretations A7/S2: 4/12: I earned a 3 for my article response paper on Dr. Marathon Luther King. 3 H Skills 8: Construct and test hypotheses H Skill 9: Show connections and causal H Skill 10: Recognize the complexity of historical cause and effect H Skill 11: Interpret past events within context and timeframe H Skill 12: understanding the meaning of events and recognizing they could have taken other directions P1/S2: 3/24: I earned a 3 for my “Escape from Camp 14” discussion with Ms. Tapia. - The main character, a boy snitch who had never been in the outside world, had an uncertain life which could have went a completely different direction 3 3 H Skill 13: Analyze Human Modifications of landscape A/S2: 5/13: I earned a 3 for my article response paper on Haiti’s trash problem. H Skill 14: Conduct cost/benefit analyses A/S2: May/16: I earned a 3 for my article response paper on Walt Disney Project: Outcome: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
As the second chapter begins, we see David begin to reconstruct his father’s investigation. We are reminded that the story of what happened that summer is largely hear say and deductions. How accurate do you suppose David’s conclusions are/ Do the three deductions presented give the reader confidence in his ability to discover the truth? Why/ why not? David’s conclusions are not entirely accurate, because his conclusions aren’t as accurate as they should be.