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    The Step Pyramid The step pyramid was a very important building to the Egyptians. It inspired the construction of every other pyramid ever made. Imagine Egypt without the pyramids it just wouldn’t be Egypt. But there is some interesting info on how the step pyramid was made. First off, why was the step pyramid built? The step pyramid was built for the Pharaoh Djoser. During the 28th century, when he ruled Djoser made himself his own tomb. He had made it so when once he died he could live in the afterlife. The pyramid steps were like steps to the gods where he could live forever. It also was for Djoser’s eleven daughters so they could live in the afterlife. Djoser also made a wall to surround the area his tomb was in which was called Saqqara. Saqqara also had the tombs of Djoser’s family members and workers like, architects, children, and more.…

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    People have a belief that the pyramid with the eye symbolizes the illuminati. But is that true? The truth is the pyramid doesn’t mean the illuminati. The illuminati is just a theory to scare people but it actually means strength and duration. The pyramid with the eye above it haves good meanings to it. The 13 steps on the pyramid means the 13 colonies and they put the eye to symbolize that god is always watching. The pyramid was designed by William Barton. William had the idea to add thirteen…

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    The Totalrecs were superior builders to the Nanosec, as evidenced by the carefully cut stonework. It is likely that they were able to achieve this due to the fact that they were a more “advanced” civilization technologically on par with the Zatopec. The Totalrec had both their stolen goods (which must have included iron tools, as it would most likely be near impossible to create their elaborate pyramids otherwise) and a social organization structured enough to include rulers or kings, as…

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    with a bit of overhang, like the kind found on olive jars, jelly jars, etc. Piece of Styrofoam packaging from fruit or meat trays, washed thoroughly Magnet type strip (You can buy this in a long strip you cut, or peel off a section or in small pieces ready to glue onto the back of an object) A photo or picture that will fit inside the jar lid Acrylic or spray paint Steps to making your own Jar Lid Photo Magnet Step one: Paint the jar lid the color of your choice Step two: Place the jar lid on a…

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    collection were used? What documents were studied? The study was completed in Mrs. Isabella’s classroom with several different reading level abilities. The exact number of students and age of students were not mentioned in the study. The students were assessed prior to using the approach and ongoing assessment was conducted throughout the study. 5. What procedures were used to actually collect the data? Every week Mrs. Isabella’s class would read a new book. On Mondays, she would complete…

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    prior knowledge to assess their levels of proficiency (Whitton et al., 2016, pg. 129). Therefore, several modifications were made to ensure this was accomplished. M8: Initially, the lesson plan was set out with bullet points, however, after testing the lesson on a student the teacher noticed it was difficult to find where they were up to. Therefore bullet points were replaced with steps. M9: Handing the KWL charts out to students was formerly step three. However, it was moved to step one to…

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    taker due to his blindness, but on occasion will do something risky. If you feel even more adventurous, consider asking other Fall of Man players to take a look at it, or even include them in your story. It will also make you seem more connected to other players in Fall of Man! Step 4: Costume Costume design can easily make your character look and feel more in the time period, for example. You wouldn’t see a person out on the streets wearing a gasmask, looking like he just murdered seven…

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    We get off port and see a street vendor selling some excursions to the pyramids. We purchase nine excursions for fifty dollars each, which was incredibly cheap. My brother and I, being the fearless persons we are, we had the chance to climb an ancient two hundred feet Aztec pyramid. The climb up was incredibly scary. The steps up were about at a foot high and very steep. Climbing up felt like a small gust of wind could just blow you over and send you tumbling down the pyramid. Upon reaching the…

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    Work Stress Analysis

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    Even when managing a stressful environment seems impossible, small steps that result in big changes are possible. The book The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook points out five steps toward managing work-place stress. These steps are: 1) “Identify how you respond to your specific work stressor,”2)”Set goals to respond more effectively to your work stressors,” 3)”Change your thinking,” 4) “When in conflict, negotiate,” and lastly “Pace and balance yourself.” These five steps will not…

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    The Egyptian Pyramids

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    When an individual tends to think of pyramids, their mind usually wanders off the the great pyramids of Giza, or just the Egyptians in general. What many are not aware of though, is that in there are pyramids of various shapes and sizes in many different parts are the world, with some of them being found in unexpected locations. In 2008, a set of three “pyramids” were found in Visoko, Bosnia. Bosnia is located in Eastern Europe near Croatia and Serbia, and the discovery of these pyramids was…

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