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Indiana Academic Super Bowl Junior Division

2012

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Indiana Academic Super Bowl Junior Division
2012

Language
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Colonial and Revolutionary America
The K-12 TLC Guide to
Indiana Academic Super Bowl Junior Division
2012

Math
The K-12 TLC Guide to
Indiana Academic Super Bowl Junior Division
2012

Science
  • I. Industry – 50%:
  • II. Biology – 50%:
  • 2012 Outlines were developed by coaches who chose to attend a meeting in May and November 2010, and further developed by question writers. Individual subject outlines include aspects of the time period between the establishment of the Jamestown Colony until the passage of the Bill of Rights.

    Each of the industrial processes was important in this time period. England tried to limit iron production and iron products but the industry did exist. Students should be familiar with how iron is produced, wrought iron, cast iron and the advantage of each type as well as the disadvantages of each. Some metallurgy will be included as the local blacksmith was a metallurgist. Glass production would include colorants as well as the actual production of glass objects.

    Indigo was an important dye of the period as there was no chemical industry producing coal tar dyes or other synthetic dyes. Forestry was important as this was the age of wooden sailing ships and students should know the types of wood used in various parts of the ship, charcoal making for iron production, and both furniture making and house construction.

    The diseases mentioned were all common in this era and treatments were being developed. Students should know the symptoms, the medicines used and how the infected people were treated by the surrounding populace.

The K-12 TLC Guide to
Indiana Academic Super Bowl Junior Division
2012

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