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3-1-21 by Mind Map: 3-1-21

1. Mental Health

1.1. How can we take care of ourselves?

1.2. Before we can take of others

2. Quizlet Quiz & ReadWorks

2.1. Presidential Debate Quizlet

2.2. Group #1

2.2.1. Citizenship Test Quizlet

2.2.1.1. Matching Function

2.2.1.2. Sample Written Test- U.S.A. Citizenship Test (100 Civics Questions) from uscis.gov | Quizlet

2.2.1.2.1. Answer Page 1

2.2.1.2.2. Answer Page 2

2.2.2. Quizlet on Astronomy

2.2.3. President of the United States Quizlet

2.2.4. Mars Quizlet

2.2.5. Retailers Quizlet

2.2.5.1. Brick and Mortar vs. Online

2.2.6. Disabilities Quizlet

2.2.6.1. Creative Growth - Art in Oakland, CA

2.2.7. STD Quizlet

2.2.8. Extinction Quizlet

2.2.9. Recycling

2.2.10. Paycheck Quizlet

2.2.11. GED Study

2.2.11.1. History & Government

2.2.11.2. Science

2.2.12. NBA Trivia

2.2.13. NASA Quizlet

2.2.14. Black Panthers Quizlet

2.2.15. Airline History Quizlet

2.2.16. World War II Quizlet

2.2.17. Black Panther Quizlet

2.2.18. Cryptocurrency Quizlet

2.2.19. Law School Entrance Exam Questions (LSAT)

2.2.20. Asia Quizlet

2.2.21. Famous Artists Quizlet

2.2.22. Economics & the Economy

2.2.23. Natural Disasters

2.2.24. Sharks

2.2.25. Stock Market Quizlet

2.2.26. Erosion

2.2.27. Daylight Savings Time

2.3. Group #2

2.3.1. Buying a Car

2.3.2. Air Pollution

2.3.3. Olympic History

2.3.4. Weather

2.3.5. Cold War

2.3.6. Habitat

2.3.7. Global Warming

2.3.8. Creating a Budget

2.3.9. Middle East

2.3.10. Australia

2.3.11. Board Games

2.3.12. Black Friday

2.3.13. Ecology

2.3.14. Legal Terms

2.3.15. Pearl Harbor

2.3.16. Weather Quizlet

2.3.17. Volcanoes

2.3.18. Earth, Moon & Sun

2.3.19. Oceans

2.3.20. Space Debris

2.4. Group #3

2.4.1. Tornadoes

2.4.2. Impeachment

2.4.3. Ancient Greece

2.4.4. NASA

2.4.5. Space Travel

2.4.6. Renewable Energy

2.4.7. Oscar Awards

2.4.8. Artificial Intelligence

2.4.9. India Quizlet

2.4.10. Italy Quizlet

2.4.11. Federal Reserve Bank

2.4.12. Communicable Diseases

2.4.12.1. Inspired by the Coronavirus - Spring 2020

2.4.13. Jackie Robinson

2.4.14. Dairy Farming

2.4.15. Mock Trial

2.4.16. Endangered Species

2.4.17. Career Quizlet

2.4.18. World Geography

2.5. ReadWorks

3. Spelling List: Monday & Friday's

3.1. September

3.1.1. 9-8-20

3.1.1.1. language

3.1.1.2. maneuver

3.1.1.3. misbehaved

3.1.1.4. murmur

3.1.1.4.1. soft noise, mumble

3.1.1.5. nervous

3.1.1.6. oasis

3.1.1.6.1. an area of water in the middle of the desert

3.1.1.7. occasion

3.1.1.7.1. example of special occasions

3.1.1.7.2. wedding

3.1.1.7.3. birthday

3.1.1.7.4. graduation

3.1.1.8. pamphlet

3.1.1.9. parallel

3.1.1.9.1. Two or more lines never crossing

3.1.1.10. principle

3.1.1.10.1. Belief

3.1.1.10.2. Do not steal

3.1.1.11. psychology

3.1.1.11.1. psychiatry

3.1.1.11.2. Both talk to you

3.1.1.11.3. One prescribes drugs

3.1.1.11.4. Adderal

3.1.1.11.5. Trazedone

3.1.1.11.6. Seroquil

3.1.2. 9-14-20

3.1.2.1. substitute superintendent supervisor supposedly threatening tolerate tongue tournament tragedy traitor transferred transferring transmitted

3.1.3. 9-21-20

3.1.3.1. List #1

3.1.3.1.1. colonel confiscate confiscation conscious consequence considerable contagious controversy continuous correlation council

3.1.3.2. Alternative List

3.1.3.2.1. against agree airport alarm alive

3.1.3.2.2. alright alley alphabet although always

3.1.4. 9-28-20

3.1.4.1. First List

3.1.4.1.1. imaginary immediately immobilize impossibility inconvenient incredible individual infamous influence informant inhabit inherit

3.1.4.2. Alternative List

3.1.4.2.1. choice choose chore chose circle

3.1.4.2.2. cities clothing coast coin comb

3.2. October

3.2.1. 10-5-20

3.2.1.1. apology - 'apostrophe - appendix applicant - approximate - archeology architect - arrangement - asphalt *asterisk - asthma - awkward

3.2.1.2. Alternative List

3.2.1.2.1. continued country course crystal current curtain daughter daytime decided decimal

3.2.2. 10-12-20

3.2.2.1. reddest reprimand resigned restaurant rotten sandwich scarcity scenery secretary securing significance simile

3.2.2.1.1. Color

3.2.2.1.2. Colour

3.2.2.2. Alternative List

3.2.2.2.1. exact except expect explain explode

3.2.2.2.2. express factory fault favorite finally

3.2.3. 10-19-20

3.2.3.1. List 1

3.2.3.1.1. unique universal unpredictable unsanitary utopia vaccinate vacillate venom vertigo

3.2.3.2. Alternative List

3.2.3.2.1. interesting inventor island jewel journey

3.2.3.2.2. jungle knives known language laughter

3.2.3.2.3. length limb located lumber major

3.2.4. 10-26-20

3.2.4.1. List 1

3.2.4.1.1. procrastinate propeller prosperous protein pseudonym psychiatrist questionnaire radioactive rampage recurrent rehearsal relevant

3.2.4.2. List 2

3.2.4.2.1. gossiping gradual graffiti grammar grievance guarantee harass havoc heroic hesitate horrify hospital humid humility hygiene identical

3.3. November

3.3.1. 11-2-20

3.3.1.1. environment episode erosion eruption evident exchange executive exhibit expensive extinct extinguish extraordinary

3.3.2. 11-9-20

3.3.2.1. ancestor anniversary appreciate artificial assistance association athlete atmosphere attendance authority bacteria bagel baggage benefited benefiting bicycle

3.3.3. 11-16-20

3.3.3.1. underneath unite vacuum vain variety vary vault vegetable vein violence visible vision

3.3.4. 11-23-20

3.3.4.1. conductor confetti congratulations consequently controlling cringe culminate culprit deceive delayed democracy deodorant

3.3.5. 11-30-20

3.3.5.1. unnecessary valuable various vehicle version vertical victim vigorously violation visualize volcano voyage

3.4. December

3.4.1. 12-7-19

3.4.1.1. List A

3.4.1.1.1. drudgery elicit elimination embroidery equinox escapade espionage etiquette exaggeration exemplary expediency expedient

3.4.1.2. List B

3.4.1.2.1. faucet fierce fireproof following forgetting forgiveness fossil freight frighten fuel further gallon

3.4.2. 12-14-19

3.4.2.1. List A

3.4.2.1.1. legibly liquidation management maneuver media mileage miniature misbehaved morale mortgage movement murmur

3.4.2.2. List B

3.4.2.2.1. canyon capable capacity caution ceiling champion choir cleanse combination comfortable community complain

3.4.2.2.2. Jake

3.4.2.2.3. Yacht

3.4.3. 12-21-20

3.4.3.1. equilibrium erroneous escalator excessive existence extremity extricate façade fashionable

3.5. January

3.5.1. 1-4-21

3.5.1.1. List A

3.5.1.1.1. panic panicked panicky parallel paralysis paralyze penicillin pedestrian phantom pheasant phrase politely

3.5.1.2. List B

3.5.1.2.1. delicious desert dessert details determine dictionary difference different difficult direction disappoint division eighth election elements

3.5.2. 1-11-21

3.5.2.1. interruption introduction involvement irate irresistible jealousy judgment juvenile kettle knitting laboratory language

3.5.2.1.1. Eva Longoria

3.5.2.1.2. Ann Marie Singer

3.5.3. 1-18-21

3.5.3.1. spacious specific stationary stationery statistics subscription substitute superintendent supervisor supposedly threatening tolerate

3.5.4. 1-25-21

3.5.4.1. considerable contagious controversy continuous correlation council counsel criticism criticize

3.6. February

3.6.1. 2-1-21

3.6.1.1. dilemma disbursement discernible discrepancy dominance embargo endeavor envious epidemic

3.6.1.1.1. How can a country force an embargo?

3.6.2. 2-8-21

3.6.2.1. fiasco fibrous fiery flamboyant forgery frivolous frostbitten glamorous gorgeous

3.6.3. 2-15-21

3.6.3.1. equilibrium erroneous escalator excessive existence extremity extricate façade fashionable

3.6.4. 2-22-21

3.6.4.1. grotesque gymnasium haphazard hazardous headquarters honorary horrific hospitality incidentally

3.6.4.1.1. Attorneys try to create a story or NARRATIVE of what happened in a case for the judge and jury to present their side of the case and for others to understand.

3.7. March

3.7.1. 3-1-21

3.7.1.1. inconvenience indulgence inept inevitable innumerable insistent insufficient integrity intermittent

3.7.2. 3-8-21

3.7.2.1. internally interrogate jewelry legitimate leisure lieutenant longevity lucrative lunar

3.7.3. 3-15-21

3.7.3.1. luncheon luxurious malady malicious malignant melodious mercenary mesmerize meteor

3.7.4. 3-22-21

3.7.4.1. meticulous metropolitan minimize miscellaneous mischievous misdemeanor necessity negligence neutral

3.8. April

3.8.1. 4-5-21

3.8.1.1. newsstand nostalgia noticeable obesity obscure obsolete obstinate occurred ominous

3.8.2. 4-12-21

3.8.2.1. optimism optimistic outrageous pageant parachute paralysis parliament penitentiary perceive

3.8.3. 4-19-21

3.8.3.1. permeate perseverance personality personification persuade phenomenon plaintiff pneumonia politician

3.8.4. 4-26-21

3.8.4.1. potential precipice precocious predecessor preferably prestigious procrastinate propeller prosperous

3.9. May

3.9.1. 5-3-21

3.9.1.1. protein pseudonym psychiatrist questionnaire radioactive rampage recurrent rehearsal relevant

3.9.2. 5-10-21

3.9.2.1. religious roommate sacrifice sacrificial sanctuary scandalized schedule scheme schism

3.9.3. 5-17-21

3.9.3.1. scholar semester serviceable shrine shuddering sieve snobbery solitary sophomore

3.9.4. 5-24-21

3.9.4.1. studious subtlety suburban surmise susceptible suspicious taboo technically technology

3.9.5. 5-31-21

3.9.5.1. tyranny unacceptable unconscious undernourished unduly unenforceable unique universal unpredictable

3.10. June

3.10.1. 6-7-21

3.10.1.1. unsanitary utopia vaccinate vacillate venom vertigo vessel vigilant villain

3.10.2. 6-14-21

3.10.2.1. vitamin vivacious vocalize voracious voucher vulnerable withhold

3.10.3. 6-21-21

3.10.3.1. accommodate abstain accumulate accustomed acoustics acquaintance acquisition acquittal adolescence

3.10.4. 6-28-21

3.10.4.1. adolescent advantageous aerial amateur amnesty anecdote annoyance anonymous antecedent

3.11. July

3.11.1. 7-5-21

3.11.1.1. antidote antiseptic anxious apology apostrophe appendixes applicant approximate archeology

3.11.2. 7-12-21

3.11.2.1. architect arrangement asphalt asterisk asthma awkward bachelor bankruptcy barometer

3.11.3. 7-19-21

3.11.3.1. belligerent berserk besieged biannual bimonthly biographical brilliance budge burglary

3.11.4. 7-26-21

3.11.4.1. cameos capably caricature catastrophe chameleon chandelier characteristic chauffeur chrysanthemum

3.12. August

3.12.1. 8-2-21

3.12.1.1. considerable contagious controversy continuous correlation council counsel criticism criticize

3.12.2. 8-9-21

3.12.2.1. critique crypt cylinder deficiency desirable desolate deterrent diagnosis dialogue

3.12.3. 8-16-21

3.12.3.1. dilemma disbursement discernible discrepancy dominance embargo endeavor envious epidemic

3.12.4. 8-23-21

3.12.4.1. circumference collaborate collateral colleague colonel confiscate confiscation conscious consequence

3.12.5. 8-30-21

3.12.5.1. critique crypt cylinder deficiency desirable desolate deterrent diagnosis dialogue

4. Word Prompts, Math Drills, Visual Math & Fill In

4.1. Word Prompts

4.2. Human Body

4.2.1. Human Skeleton

4.3. Math Drills

4.3.1. Multiplication Facts Blank

4.3.1.1. Answer Key - Multiplication Facts

4.3.2. CBM Math

4.3.2.1. Answer Sheet

4.3.2.2. Answer Sheet Page 3

4.4. Reading

4.4.1. CBM Worksheets

4.4.1.1. Timing for One Minute

4.5. Word Prompts

4.6. Visual & Audible Math

4.6.1. 2 x 7 + 12 - 6 + 14 =

4.6.1.1. 34

4.6.2. 8 x 5 + 13 - 12 x 2 =

4.6.2.1. 82

4.6.3. 12 x 3 - 5 x 1 + 20 x 2 =

4.6.3.1. 102

4.7. WildEarth Live Feed from Kruger National Park, South Africa

5. TED Ed Videos, Great Big Story, OverSimplified, ASAP Science, VSauce & DK Topic

5.1. Key Terms

5.1.1. Scapegoat

5.2. ASAP Science

5.3. Ted Ed

5.3.1. Ted Ed on Sleep

5.3.1.1. Student 1

5.3.1.1.1. 4-5 hours

5.3.1.2. Student 2

5.3.1.2.1. 1 hour

5.3.1.3. Student 3

5.3.1.3.1. 12-14 hours

5.3.1.4. Student 4

5.3.1.4.1. 8 hours

5.3.1.5. Student 5

5.3.1.5.1. 6 hours

5.3.1.6. Student 6

5.3.1.6.1. 6-8 hours

5.3.1.7. Mike's Friend

5.3.1.7.1. Bed - 10:30 or 11:00

5.3.1.7.2. Get up at 1:30 am

5.3.1.7.3. On Fridays, typically would not sleep

5.3.1.7.4. 10.5 hours of sleep per week

5.3.1.7.5. Super Intense Sleep

5.3.2. Pyramid Schemes

5.3.2.1. Bernie Madoff

5.4. Youtube OverSimplified

5.5. Great Big Story

5.6. VSauce on Youtube

5.6.1. The Placebo Effect

5.7. Matthew Santoro

5.8. WildEarth Live Feed from Kruger National Park, South Africa

6. Career of the Day

6.1. Technology of the Day

6.1.1. Power & Energy

6.1.1.1. Power & Energy

6.1.1.1.1. Fuel Cells

6.1.1.2. Oil Refineries

6.1.1.2.1. Batteries

6.1.1.3. Wind Power

6.1.1.3.1. Electricity Supply

6.1.1.4. Generators

6.1.2. Transportation Technology

6.2. Career Quizlet

6.3. Bureau of Labor Statistics: BLS.gov

6.4. Bricklayer

6.4.1. Becoming a bricklayer

6.5. House Framer

6.5.1. Job Talks - House Framer - James Explains How he Came to Run his Own Business

6.5.1.1. What do they do?

6.5.1.1.1. Creating an outline of the house in wood

6.5.1.2. What kind of training?

6.5.1.2.1. Training on the job

6.5.1.3. How much can a framer earn?

6.5.1.3.1. Starting pay

6.5.1.3.2. Supervisor

6.5.1.3.3. Self Employed

6.6. Welder

6.6.1. Why You Should Become a Welder

6.6.1.1. What do they do?

6.6.1.2. What kind of training?

6.6.1.3. How much can a framer earn?

6.6.1.4. Further information

6.7. Accountant

6.7.1. Accountant

6.7.2. Keep track of numbers

6.7.3. Forecast profit, costs etc

6.7.3.1. Develop Budgets

6.7.3.2. City of Minneapolis Budget

6.7.3.2.1. As of December 2020, Minneapolis is approximately $200 - $250 million dollars in the hole.

6.8. Electrician

6.8.1. Electrician

6.8.2. Training

6.8.2.1. On the job

6.8.2.2. Apprentice

6.8.2.3. Trade School

6.8.2.4. Hourly Wage

6.8.2.4.1. $

6.9. Plumber

6.9.1. Plumber

6.9.2. Training

6.9.2.1. On the job

6.9.2.2. Apprentice

6.9.2.3. Trade School

6.9.2.4. Hourly Wage

6.9.2.4.1. $

6.10. Carpenter

6.10.1. Becoming a Carpenter

6.10.2. Student Daily Wage Example

6.10.2.1. $600 per day

6.10.2.2. Learning onsite

6.11. Sheet Metal Worker

6.11.1. Becoming a Sheet Metal Worker

6.12. Dry Wall / Sheet Rocker

6.12.1. Becoming a Dry Wall / Sheet Rocker

6.12.2. Adhering gypsum board

6.12.3. adhere to the wall

6.12.4. cut out for outlets

6.12.5. Fill and sand screw holes and seams

6.13. Painter

6.13.1. Becoming a painter

6.13.2. Important

6.13.2.1. Having insurance to cover liability

6.14. Glazier - Glass Installation

6.14.1. Becoming a glazier

6.14.2. Solar Windows

6.14.2.1. Biden's Push for a green economy

6.14.2.2. $500 Billion

6.14.3. Can anyone do this?

6.14.3.1. No

6.14.3.2. You can earn more money doing this because of the fact that not everyone can do this.

6.15. Heavy Equipment Operator

6.15.1. Becoming a Heavy Equipment Operator

6.15.1.1. Dirt Monkey University

6.15.2. Snow Removal

6.15.2.1. Snow Removal

6.16. Becoming a Chef or Cook

6.16.1. Becoming a Chef

6.17. Auto Body Repair

6.17.1. Becoming an Auto Body Repairman

6.18. Roofer

6.18.1. Becoming a roofer

6.19. HVAC

6.19.1. Working in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

6.20. Flooring Installers

6.20.1. Becoming a Hardwood Installer

6.20.2. Becoming a carpet installer

6.20.3. BLS.gov Description

6.21. Panel Installer

6.21.1. Becoming a panel installer

6.22. Tool & Die Maker

6.22.1. Becoming a tool & die maker

6.23. Powerline Technician

6.23.1. Becoming a Powerline Technician

6.23.2. XCEL Energy Job Link

6.24. Boilermaker

6.24.1. Becoming a Boilermaker

6.24.2. Anyone who works on a large container that holds liquid or gas.

6.24.2.1. Builds and maintains

6.25. Cabinetmaker

6.25.1. Becoming a cabinetmaker

6.25.2. Yes or No

6.26. Concrete & Drain Specialist

6.26.1. Becoming a concrete and drain specialist

6.26.2. Concrete Finisher

6.27. Machinist

6.27.1. Becoming a Machinist

6.28. Iron Worker

6.28.1. Becoming an Iron worker

6.28.2. Iron Worker in 1920's New York City

6.29. Pastry Chef

6.29.1. Becoming a pastry chef

6.30. Automotive Service Technician

6.30.1. Becoming an automotive service technician

6.30.2. More information

6.30.2.1. ASE Certified Mechanic

6.30.2.2. Brand Specific

6.30.2.2.1. Lexus

6.30.3. Roosevelt High School Minneapolis Auto Program

6.31. Crane Operator

6.31.1. Becoming a crane operator

6.32. Barber - Hair Stylist

6.32.1. Becoming a barber

6.32.2. Chicago's Cook County Jail: Larry's Barber College

6.32.2.1. What is the difference between a fade or a taper?

6.32.2.2. Haircut Fade

6.32.2.3. Haircut Taper

6.32.3. Aveda Hair Institute

6.32.4. Minnesota School of Barbering

6.33. Fitter

6.33.1. Becoming a Fitter

6.33.2. Pipefitter

6.34. Mechanical Insulator

6.34.1. Preassessment

6.34.1.1. Career Quizlet

6.34.2. Job Interest Sheet from yesterday

6.34.3. Becoming a Mechanical Insulator

6.34.3.1. Insulation Blowing

6.34.3.1.1. Insulation Truck

6.34.4. On the back of the your sheet please write the following categories.

6.34.4.1. Interest level

6.34.4.1.1. 1

6.34.4.1.2. 2

6.34.4.1.3. 3

6.34.4.1.4. 4

6.34.4.1.5. 6

6.34.4.1.6. 5

6.34.4.1.7. 7

6.34.4.1.8. 8

6.34.4.1.9. 9

6.34.4.1.10. 10

6.34.4.2. Wages

6.34.4.3. Projected growth for this occupation?

6.34.4.4. How do I get trained for the is occupation?

6.34.4.5. Discussion Activities

6.34.4.5.1. Choice

6.34.4.5.2. Turn & Talk

6.34.5. Local Opportunities for further education

6.34.5.1. Research Paper: "Increasing African American Participation in the Construction Industry"

6.34.5.1.1. In 2010, less than 4% of construction managers and less than 5% of first-line supervisors in the U.S. were African American (U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011). These percentages were well below any other major racial group for which date was reported. This data suggests a greater lack of awareness and/or interest among African Americans than any other racial group to pursue careers in the construction industry

6.35. Concrete Finisher

6.35.1. Preassessment

6.35.1.1. Career Quizlet

6.35.1.1.1. Written Copy

6.35.2. Job Interest Sheet from yesterday

6.35.3. Becoming a Concrete Finisher

6.35.4. On the back of the your sheet please write the following categories.

6.35.4.1. Interest level

6.35.4.1.1. 1

6.35.4.1.2. 2

6.35.4.1.3. 3

6.35.4.1.4. 4

6.35.4.1.5. 6

6.35.4.1.6. 5

6.35.4.1.7. 7

6.35.4.1.8. 8

6.35.4.1.9. 9

6.35.4.1.10. 10

6.35.4.2. Wages

6.35.4.3. Projected growth for this occupation?

6.35.4.4. How do I get trained for the is occupation?

6.35.4.5. Discussion Activities

6.35.4.5.1. Choice

6.35.4.5.2. Turn & Talk

6.35.5. Local Opportunities for further education

6.35.5.1. Research Paper: "Increasing African American Participation in the Construction Industry"

6.35.5.1.1. In 2010, less than 4% of construction managers and less than 5% of first-line supervisors in the U.S. were African American (U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011). These percentages were well below any other major racial group for which date was reported. This data suggests a greater lack of awareness and/or interest among African Americans than any other racial group to pursue careers in the construction industry

6.36. Agricultural Equipment Technician

6.36.1. Becoming a Agricultural Equipment Technician

6.36.2. Related to auto mechanic

6.37. Stone Mason

6.37.1. Becoming a stone mason

6.38. Tile Setter

6.38.1. Becoming a Tile Setter

6.38.2. Horizontal - Floor Surfaces

6.38.3. Vertical surface - wall in the kitchen, bathroom

6.39. Form Setter

6.39.1. Becoming a Form Setter

6.39.2. Anything that needs a shape when pouring concrete

6.39.2.1. Stairs

6.39.2.1.1. Form for concrete stairs

6.39.2.2. columns

6.39.2.3. walls

6.39.3. Wages

6.39.3.1. $40,000 to $120,000

6.40. Gas Fitter

6.40.1. Becoming a Gas Fitter

6.40.2. Wages

6.40.2.1. $24 - $44 an hour

6.40.2.2. Pension & Benefits

6.40.2.3. What is a pension?

6.40.2.3.1. A set amount of money that pays you until you die.

6.40.2.3.2. Also can pay your spouse when you die.

6.40.3. House natural gas explosion

6.40.3.1. Hazards involved

6.41. Dump Truck Driver

6.41.1. Becoming a Dump Truck Driver

6.41.2. Wages

6.41.2.1. $50,000 to $100,000

6.41.3. Training

6.41.3.1. On the job

6.41.3.2. CDL (Commercial Drivers License) License

6.42. Civil Engineer

6.42.1. Becoming a Civil Engineer

6.42.2. Wages & Description

6.42.2.1. $60,000 - $100,000

6.42.2.2. Own your own civil engineering firm = $500,000 to over $1,000,000 per year

6.42.2.3. Entrepreneur

6.42.2.3.1. Someone who is willing to take financial risk

6.43. Refrigeration & AC Mechanic

6.43.1. Becoming a Refrigeration & AC Mechanic

6.44. Pest Control

7. Ventusky Weather

8. Human Body Systems & More

8.1. National Debt Clock

8.2. 60 minutes Mini-Units

8.3. Fun Learning

8.3.1. The Pyramid of Success

8.3.1.1. Competitive Greatness

8.3.1.2. Confidence

8.3.1.3. Poise

8.3.1.4. Team Spirit

8.3.1.5. Skill

8.3.1.6. Condition

8.3.1.7. Intentness

8.3.1.8. Initiative

8.3.1.9. Alertness

8.3.1.10. Self Control

8.3.1.11. Enthusiasm

8.3.1.12. Cooperation

8.3.1.13. Loyalty

8.3.1.14. Friendship

8.3.1.15. Industriousness

8.3.2. Press Conference of the Day

8.3.2.1. Defend a Debate Question

8.3.3. Ted-Ed Lesson of the Day

8.3.3.1. Quote of the Day

8.3.4. City or Region of the Day

8.3.4.1. 5 minute activity

8.3.4.2. Write down some key facts about your choice...

8.3.4.2.1. Examples

8.3.4.2.2. History

8.3.4.2.3. Climate

8.3.4.2.4. Georgraphy

8.3.4.2.5. Demographics

8.3.5. 60 Minutes

8.3.5.1. 60 Minutes Overtime

8.3.6. Khan Academy Continuation of Learning

8.3.6.1. The Circulatory System

8.3.6.2. Did the Heart

8.3.7. Mental Floss & Essential Knowledge

8.3.8. Kahoot

8.3.8.1. Human Anatomy Atlas App

8.3.8.1.1. Circulatory System

8.3.9. Crash Course Playlist

8.3.9.1. National Geographic Magazine

8.3.10. Reuters Wider Image

8.3.10.1. BLS.gov

8.3.11. Designing Your Life

8.3.11.1. Econ Lowdown

8.3.11.1.1. FitBrain

8.3.12. State of the Day

8.3.12.1. Country of the Day

8.3.12.1.1. Classroom Stock Picks

8.3.13. "Click-Bait" Quiz

8.3.13.1. 9 foods that never spoil

8.3.13.1.1. Rice

8.3.13.1.2. Beans

8.3.13.1.3. Corn Starch

8.3.13.1.4. Honey

8.3.13.1.5. Sugar

8.3.13.1.6. Salt

8.3.13.1.7. Vinegar

8.3.13.1.8. Hard Liquor

8.3.13.1.9. Soy Sauce

8.3.13.1.10. Pure maple syrup

8.3.13.1.11. Powdered Milk

8.3.13.1.12. Jerky

8.3.13.2. Wiki Stats Live

8.3.13.2.1. World-O-Meter

8.3.13.3. World Debt Clock

8.3.14. Kialo - Online Debate - Pro & Con - Critical Thinking

8.3.14.1. Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

8.4. CNN 10 Blank Form

9. Multiplication Facts & States

9.1. Maps

9.1.1. USA Map

9.1.1.1. Seterra.com

9.1.1.1.1. Online State Game

9.1.1.2. Blank

9.1.1.3. Complete

9.1.1.3.1. #2 Completed

9.1.1.4. North Side of Minneapolis Map

9.1.1.5. Other Maps

9.1.1.6. Word Bank of States

9.1.1.7. Minnesota Map

9.1.1.8. List of the United States

9.1.2. Countries of Europe

9.1.2.1. Countries of Europe Answer Key

9.1.3. Citizenship Test Quizlet

9.1.3.1. Matching Function

9.1.4. Amazing Maps Showing Interesting Items

9.1.5. World Map

9.1.5.1. Blank World Map

9.1.5.2. Labeled World Map

9.2. Answer Key - Multiplication Facts

9.3. Online Multiplication Link

10. Stimulus Package

10.1. Quote of the Day

10.1.1. “Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.”– Babe Ruth

10.1.1.1. Henry Ford

10.1.1.2. Ford Center Minneapolis

10.1.1.2.1. Model A

10.1.1.2.2. Ford pioneered the assembly line

10.1.1.2.3. Assembly Line

10.2. How much?

10.2.1. $1.9 Trillion USD

10.2.1.1. $1400 to Americans

10.2.2. Raises min. wage - $15.00 by 2025

10.2.2.1. Finance 101

10.3. How much do we need to live comfortably?

11. Dolphins

11.1. Using technology to monitor animals

11.2. Manatees

11.3. Dolphin pods/groups

11.4. Oceans