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Wednesday, March 14

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Thursday, October 27

  1. page 6th hour 2011-2012 edited ... {.jpg} ( bing) In the beginning of civilization people believed in many gods. People believed…
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    In the beginning of civilization people believed in many gods. People believed in sun gods, river goddesses, and other sprits that were believed to control nature forces. People, priest and worshippers favored there gods by rituals, ceremonies, dances, prayers and hymns. In one hymn of ancient Inda a sick man humbley appeals to the god Varuha for help. To ensure the help the people built temples and scarificed animals, crops and even sometimes other humans. (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
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    job specilization. (google)(davidcalvo.com)
    Jobs in the Neolithic era were artisans, skilled craft workers (who made pottery or finely carved or woven goods, who also learned how to make weapons of copper and bronze), brickworks soldiers, merchants (who sold goods), story tellers (to entertainers in public places).Job specialization made poeple more depedent on others for their diffrent needs.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    Public Work
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    on a bridge.
    (google)
    Templs
    bridge.(climbingwallsulitions.com)
    (Templs
    and places
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    {aqueduct.JPG} this picture shows the accquducts.(bing)
    Art and Architecture
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    decorated with art.(google)art.(cold10.com)
    The first items or paintings that were considered art were jewelry. Made out of bone or organic material. The art artists created we suppose to symbolize what kind of person they were. Art was also made out of pottery or carved wooded sculptures. There job was important for useful items such as plates bowls pots utensils to make their life easier back then. Artists still exist today and they are important.
    Cities
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    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    Social classes
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    the caste system.(google)system.(blogspot.com)
    In the beginning of civilizations people were ranked according to their jobs. Rulers were at the top of the social rank and then Priests & Nobles usually occupied the second level of an ancient society. Next came small classes of wealthy merchants, humbler artisans, peasant farmers, and then slaves.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    Government
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    the rulers. (google)(tradevv.com)
    Rulers almost always claimed that their right to rule came from the gods, they then gained religious power as well. As time went on government got more complex. Rulers issued laws, collected more taxes and organized systems of defense.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
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Wednesday, October 26

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    CIVILIZATION
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    INTRODUCTION
    {http://www.culturefocus.com/egypt/pictures/pyramids-32small.jpg} (culture focus.com)
    Some of the most known monuments of the anceint world would be the great pyrimids of egypt. Over 100,000 workers worked on the pyrimids for years and years under the hot north African sun, to build these massive tombs. Without any type of machinery, they put into place more then two MILLION stones that waeighed about an avarage of 2.5 tons EACH! In order to build theses pyrimids it required a highley organized society and tecnology advanced than the neolithic farming villages. These pyrimids were created by ome of the worlds first civilizations.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)

    Religion
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    In
    the beginning
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    and hymns. In one hymn of ancient Inda a sick man humbley appeals to the god Varuha for help. To ensure the help the people built temples and scarificed animals, crops and even sometimes other humans. (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    Job Specialization
    {http://www.visitmyanmar.com/myanmar_tradition/images/culture1.jpg}
    Jobs
    {http://www.visitmyanmar.com/myanmar_tradition/images/culture1.jpg} This picture shows a wood carveer that was one type of job specilization. (google)
    Jobs
    in the
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    in public places)places).Job specialization made poeple more depedent on others for their diffrent needs.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)

    Public Work
    {http://www.travelling2chinanow.com/wp-content/uploads/greatwallofchinabuilders1.jpg}
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    Public Workers
    This pictuer shows to workers working on a bridge.
    (google)
    Templs and places dominated the city senery, such buildings reasured the people of the governments and religons strenght and power. SKiled workers
    built and decorated these tempels and palcese. Closely linked to templesand palces were vast public workers that stronger rulers order to be built. Some projects were irrigation system,
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    defense walls. They were costly in human labor. They built thing
    (world history connections
    to benefittoday, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    {aqueduct.JPG} this picture shows
    the city, protection from attacks and ensuring its food supply.accquducts.(bing)
    Art and Architecture
    {http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_oSV0RPOC68o/TQl-MDUF_wI/AAAAAAAAERY/2tl_cqWc_zM/s1600/212387_0082a_982356_acoma_hand_etched_kachina_indian_pottery_by_native_american_artists_romero.jpg} In this picture is a vase mane from clay that was decorated with art.(google)
    The first items or paintings that were considered art were jewelry. Made out of bone or organic material. The art artists created we suppose to symbolize what kind of person they were. Art was also made out of pottery or carved wooded sculptures. There job was important for useful items such as plates bowls pots utensils to make their life easier back then. Artists still exist today and they are important.
    Cities
    The first cities started emerging after farmers began cultivating fertile lands along river alleys and producing enough food for everyone. They started making citied along river sides because it was a great supply of water for all the living people, but it was a challenge to keep flood waters out of the crops. The first citied emerged in certain parts of the world but first where farming was discovered first, Mexico/ South America. Then Asia, Africa, Europe, and Peru but not in that order. Farming was a very important discovery that happened and created cities and civilizations for people to live together.
    Written Language
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    or the religon.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)

    Social classes
    {http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-5pZXgUH4VR0/TZy6KerNSFI/AAAAAAAABn4/v9zihiRaDtA/s1600/Maya-society-Castes-as-in%2BIndia.jpg} This picture shows the caste system.(google)
    In the beginning of civilizations people were ranked according to their jobs. Rulers were at the top of the social rank and then Priests & Nobles usually occupied the second level of an ancient society. Next came small classes of wealthy merchants, humbler artisans, peasant farmers, and then slaves.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
    Government
    {government.jpg} This is a picture shows a warrior that woekred for one of the rulers. (google)
    Rulers almost always claimed that their right to rule came from the gods, they then gained religious power as well. As time went on government got more complex. Rulers issued laws, collected more taxes and organized systems of defense.
    (world history connections to today, Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis- Anthonoy Esler)
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  2. page 6th hour 2011-2012 edited Religion In the beginning of civilization people believed in many gods. People believed in sun go…
    Religion
    In the beginning of civilization people believed in many gods. People believed in sun gods, river goddesses, and other sprits that were believed to control nature forces. People, priest and worshippers favored there gods by rituals, ceremonies, dances, prayers and hymns.
    {.jpg}
    In the beginning of civilization people believed in many gods. People believed in sun gods, river goddesses, and other sprits that were believed to control nature forces. People, priest and worshippers favored there gods by rituals, ceremonies, dances, prayers and hymns.
    Job Specialization
    {http://www.visitmyanmar.com/myanmar_tradition/images/culture1.jpg}
    Jobs in the Neolithic era were artisans, skilled craft workers (who made pottery or finely carved or woven goods, who also learned how to make weapons of copper and bronze), brickworks soldiers, merchants (who sold goods), story tellers (to entertainers in public places)
    Public Work
    Public Workers built irrigation system, roads, bridges, and defense walls. They were costly in human labor. They built thing to benefit the city, protection from attacks and ensuring its food supply.{http://www.travelling2chinanow.com/wp-content/uploads/greatwallofchinabuilders1.jpg}
    {aqueduct.JPG}
    Public Workers built irrigation system, roads, bridges, and defense walls. They were costly in human labor. They built thing to benefit the city, protection from attacks and ensuring its food supply.
    Art and Architecture
    {http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_oSV0RPOC68o/TQl-MDUF_wI/AAAAAAAAERY/2tl_cqWc_zM/s1600/212387_0082a_982356_acoma_hand_etched_kachina_indian_pottery_by_native_american_artists_romero.jpg}
    The first items or paintings that were considered art were jewelry. Made out of bone or organic material. The art artists created we suppose to symbolize what kind of person they were. Art was also made out of pottery or carved wooded sculptures. There job was important for useful items such as plates bowls pots utensils to make their life easier back then. Artists still exist today and they are important.
    Cities
    ...
    The first writing began in caves. Where priests record important data like information about seasons and rituals and prayers. Early writing was made up of pictograms where a picture would describe the word they tried to represent. As were taught in a temple school. Writing is very important and is complex in many different ways determining the back round of the people or the
    Social classes
    {http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-5pZXgUH4VR0/TZy6KerNSFI/AAAAAAAABn4/v9zihiRaDtA/s1600/Maya-society-Castes-as-in%2BIndia.jpg}
    In the beginning of civilizations people were ranked according to their jobs. Rulers were at the top of the social rank and then Priests & Nobles usually occupied the second level of an ancient society. Next came small classes of wealthy merchants, humbler artisans, peasant farmers, and then slaves.
    Government
    {government.jpg} (google)
    Rulers almost always claimed that their right to rule came from the gods, they then gained religious power as well. As time went on government got more complex. Rulers issued laws, collected more taxes and organized systems of defense.
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Sunday, October 23

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    mindreading, a more commonly known form of parapsychology, is thought to exist in many people.
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    their issues. Professors can earn a salary of anywhere from $30,000 to $59,000, and usually have a Ph.D in psychology. Private practice usually requires at least a bachelor's degree, and their salaries widely vary from person to person.
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    Michael Brown, a professor of psychology at East Carolina University,
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    2 years postgraduate study for Master's degree
    Liverpool hope University
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    degree in
    psychology.
    CONCLUSION
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    mindreading, a more commonly known form of parapsychology, is thought to exist in many people.
    CAREERS
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    this field.
    Best bet:
    -Small
    However, there are also some careers that are indirectly related to parapsychology. Professors at a handful of schools teach psych classes with an emphasis on parapsychology, which is as close as it gets to an actual parapsychology class. individuals can also open up their own private foundations
    Own practice
    Unknown
    -Academia (Teacher, Professor, etc.) (Brian, 2009)
    Expected Salary:
    Teacher: $29,842- $59,096
    Professor: $29,999- $58,611 (Unknown, 2011)
    Experience needed in the field:
    1-20+ years
    Schooling required:
    Undergraduate school- 4 years
    practice, helping people work out their issues.
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    Michael Brown, a professor of psychology at East Carolina University,
    is highly interested in studying the related baviors of children in school.
    Field Research (Unknown, 2009)
    Explore new sciences related to ESP and other forms of parapsychology
    Unknown

    EDUCATION
    Schools that offer programs of study for this topic:
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    2 years postgraduate study for Master's degree
    Liverpool hope University
    Ofers both a bachelor's and master's degree in
    psychology.

    CONCLUSION
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    parapsychology is veryalmost intirely derived form the Basic study of psychology. It is an interesting and rewarding if you are successful and stand out. Otherwise, you may be left jobless duesubject to study, but is very impractical in terms of financial security. Also, the lackscarcity of jobs availablelearning opportunities shows that there is not a high demand for parapsychologists. Althoughjobs in this field. However, it is not the greatest choicevery worthwhile in terms of intellectual acheivment. To become a career, you are sure to live fulfilled life.successful psychologist of any kind, individuals must go through many years of schooling, and in the process becoming a very intelligent person.
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    This pictureTelekenisis (pictured above and below) is a representation of psychokinesis, orvery interesting "power" that
    people claim to have. it involves
    moving objects withthrough only the use of
    their
    mind.
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    This is a motivational poster also illustrating telekinesis. This cat is attempting to move the tiny spoon with her mind.
    WORKS CITED
    Parapsychology jobs. (2009, March 23). Retrieved from http://www.arcanorum.org/2009/03/23/parapsychology-jobs
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