National History Day 2012 Theme: REVOLUTION, REACTION, REFORM IN HISTORY . Welcome to National History Day! You are about to become a better student!
2012 Theme Activities: Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History Revolution, reaction, reform. Can you think of three words that conjure up more active or engaging possibilities for topics?
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Theme: Astrophysics Mission Directorate: Science NASA's goal in astrophysics is to "Discover how the universe works, explore how the universe began and evolved, and search for Earth-like planets."
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Theme: Earth Science Mission Directorate: Science NASA's Earth Science Theme advances knowledge of the integrated Earth systems. NASA's activities encompass the global atmosphere; the global oceans including sea ice; land surfaces including snow and ice; ecosystems; and interactions between the ...
Theme A novel's theme is the main idea that the writer expresses. Theme can also be defined as the underlying meaning of the story. The theme of a novel is more than its subject matter, because an author's technique can play as strong a role in developing a theme as the actions of the characters do.
The Literary Element of Theme Theme is: • the central, underlying, and controlling idea or insight of a work of literature. • the idea the writer wishes to convey about the subject—the writer's view of the world or a revelation about human nature.