¡Bienvenidos! Spanish Lesson Episode 2

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Jayson’s 7th Grade Lesson Plan

Title:
Jayson’s Lesson Plan

Subject:
Comprehensive Home-school Education

Author:
Damien Knight

Grade level:
7th

Time duration:

2019-2020 year


Overview:

Classes start 8:30 in the morning with self-directed study. Work on a page in each subject from the work books. Discuss social events during lesson times, read topics of interest, go over problem areas for the child. Jayson’s is writing and literature. We will put emphasis on his writing prompts and reading the college literature texts. He will also now be undergoing a language study and coding class.

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Window into The Samurai Warrior

Jayson Knapp
Instructor name:  Mr. Knight
School Name: Knapp Family School
11/23/18


Window into The Samurai Warrior

Who were the Samurai? The Samurai were the elite warrior group of Japan. The time of the samurai was the Edo or feudal Japan period, from 1603 to 1867 in Japan. Back then Tokyo was Edo. Edo was not capital Kyoto was.  A samurai wasn’t just warriors but, they were also shoguns. Shoguns were commander-in-chief in feudal Japan, the highest rank.

What was the life of a samurai? When a boy in a samurai family is born, they give him a sword. It’s not a real sword, but it is a symbol of his future. A sword is more important than anything except for Bushido and his training.
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New Age of Morphology: Presentation Outline

New Age of Morphology: Presentation

By Damien Knight

Traditional Paleontology Is Changing

A. Traditional Paleontology required digging fossils from their matrix and destroying samples to study them.

B. New techniques in tomography are changing the study of morphology in paleontology.

C. CT Scanners and other techniques are aiding our understanding of fossils in greater detail.

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