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American History Vocabulary Words

Treaty of Versailles in 1919, a treaty ending World War I that required Germany to pay huge war reparations and established the League of Nations. Big Four name given to the leaders of the Allied Powers who dominated the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Fourteen Points President Woodrow Wilson organizing post-World War I Europe and […]

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Psych 7A Ch. 10 Review

When we refer to someone’s intelligence quotient as if it were a fixed and objectively real trait such as height, we commit a reasoning error called A) Standardization B) Factor analysis C) Convergent thinking D) Reification D) reification The ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to adapt to new situations is […]

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AP World History Chapter 26 Vocab

Nurhaci architect of Manchu unity; created distinctive Manchu banner armies; controlled most of Manchuria; adopted Chinese bureaucracy and court ceremonies in Manchuria, entered China and successfully captured Ming capital at Beijing Banner Armies Eight armies of the Manchu tribes identified by separate flags; created by Nurhaci in early 17th century; utilized to defeat Ming emperor […]

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Topics for the Global History 10 Thematic Essay Critique Essay

Economic Systems Traditional Feudalism: (Middle Ages) A. Land exchanged for service. B. Manor. C. Little trade. D. Craft. E. Protection. F. Weak government. Communist or Command: (USSR, Cuba, Vietnam, North Korea) In order to gain economic equality, government should plan and own the means of production. A. Karl Marx Belief Systems Confucianism: (Ancient China) A. […]

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Ch. 8 – Volcanic Activity

Why are most active volcanoes associated with plate tectonic boundaries? Spreading of sinking plates interact at plate boundaries with other materials to produce magma Viscosity of a magma is controlled by… Temperature and silicon content of the magma The shape of shield volcanoes is a function of… Lava viscosity Why do composite volcanoes consist of […]

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Chapter 5: The Director

Harley Granville-Baker, in his essay \”The Art of the Theatre\” (1905), compares the director of a play to a captain of a ship in the following lines: \”Until discipline is understood in a theater to be willing and reliant obedience to the manager [director] or captain, no supreme achievement can be accomplished.\” false Which of […]

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AP World History Unit 4 Review

Printing press What was Yohan Guttenberg responsible for creating? Non-religious movement The Reniassance movement was mainly a seculur movement. What is a secular movement? Mercantilism What was the protectionalist economic process that made the mother country wealthy? serfdom The principles of Russian social and economic relied on what? Monarchy (absolute) As Russia develops after the […]

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chap 11: caffeine

the legend of the discovery of coffee relates to kaldi and the dancing goats the early history of coffee included a 1674 pamphlet from england titled the womens petition against coffee in the 18th century coffee houses were referred to as penny universities the largest exporters of coffee to the US are colombia, brazil, and […]

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AP world history Chpt 8

Confucianism The system of ethics, education, and statesmanship taught by Confucius and his disciples, stressing love for humanity, ancestor worship, reverence for parents, and harmony in thought and conduct. Junzi a term created by Confucius to describe his ideal human. Often translated as \”gentleman\” or \”superior person\” the junzi literally means \”ruler’s son\”. Despite its […]

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Ch. 1 – 5

torture Infliction of severe physical pain in order to punish someone; or force someone to something occasion An event or happening; enjoyable location marvelous causing wonderful ?? expose to pose or influence delicate frail in health or fragile eager being very impatient absurd plainly not true genius A person that is really smart Mr. Wonka […]

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Wordly Wise 3000 book 3 lesson 4

average n. 1. The usual amount or kind of something. average 2. The result of adding a set of numbers and then dividing the total by the number in the set. average adj. Not special or unusual; ordinary. border n. 1. A dividing line between two states or countries. border 2. The edge of something. […]

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Education 206 Exam 1

B. Which of the following was the last group to obtain equal access to a public school education? A) girls B) students with disabilities C) students who live in poverty D) students who are African American C. . The year is 1955. Mary Beth is a fourth grader with emotional disturbance. Which of the following […]

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FCAT Reading Test

Read this excerpt from the article. 1 \”They’re such an independent, enigmatic animal,\” says Rismiller. \”Every time you think you know what they’re going to do, they do something different.\” In the excerpt, Rismiller is discussing The unpredictable behavior of echidnas, which makes the animals puzzling subjects to study Rismiller supports the idea of low-impact […]

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Biology EOC Review- Ferrell

Control center of the cell; contains information passed to offspring Nucleus Surrounds the cell membrane; provides structure, support, and rigidity (firmness) Cell Wall Encloses the cell; regulates the flow of the materials in and out of the cell, is made up of Lipids and Proteins Cell Membrane Watery material that fills most of the cell; […]

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ISTE Standards for Teachers

Through both face-to-face and virtual environments, teachers are able to inspire student learning and creativity. ISTE Standard One Maximize content learning by designing and developing digital age learning. ISTE Standard Two Exhibit knowledge and skills through a global and digital society. ISTE Standard Three Model digital citizenship through ethical and professional behavior. ISTE Standard Four […]

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Psych #4

one of the most common diseases in young children in developed nations is tooth decay What proportion of all children under the age of 6 in the United States suffer from tooth decay? 28% Sylvia was to keep her son from getting cavities, so she lets him drink diet soda instead of regular. Still has […]

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quizes 1-5,14 Argumentative Essay

True Public speaking requires more formal language than everyday conversation True When you adjust to the situation of a public speech you are doing on a larger scale what you do everyday in conversation True Many of the symptoms of stage fright are due to adrenaline True Organizing ideas for presentation in a speech is […]

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stats Critical Analysis

Methods for developing useful decision-making information from large data bases is known as data mining The process of capturing, storing, and maintaining data is known as data warehousing The subject of data mining deals with methods for developing useful decision-making information from large data bases In a questionnaire, respondents are asked to mark their gender […]

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HB 100 – Chapters 9-14

5 initial career tracks in gambling industry? Entertainment, operations, retailed operations, casino operations, food/beverage operations & hotel operations In a Las Vegas style resort the main difference between black jack tables & poker tables is: In poker, players get to bet against each other while the house keeps some of the pot Cabazon Decision Supreme […]

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Social Psychology Chapter 4: The Self

Stigma Consciousness A readiness to precevive negative outcomes as a result of an individuals devalued group membership (i.e. women, minorities, etc.). There are a variety of self-presentation strategies,… these being Self-Promotion, Self-Ingratiation and the Self-Verification Perspective. Self-Promotion Attempting to present ourselves to others as having many positive attributes. Self-Ingratiation The process of trying to get […]

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Fahrenheit 451 part one

What do firemen do for a living Burn books What does montag think in the begining of the book about his job He loves his job, burning books brings him happiness Who does Montag meet on his way home from work Clarisse What does Montag mean by \”you can never wash it off completely\” What […]

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Chapter 18 Myers Social Psychology

social psychology the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and relate to one another. (Myers Psychology 8e p. 723) attribution theory suggests how we explain someone’s behavior—by crediting either the situation or the person’s disposition. (Myers Psychology 8e p. 724) fundamental attribution error the tendency for observers, when analyzing another’s behavior, to underestimate […]

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