Candace Young

City: Clarkson, Nebraska
University: Concordia University - Seward, Nebraska

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Chapter 33 Critical Essay

Archduke Ferdinand Was heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne. He was assassinated in Sarajevo. And he also started World War I. Kaiser Wilheim German Emperor during World War I, and was the last German emperor and king of Prussia. He Gave up his throne when he was defeated. So he went into exile. T.E. Lawrence British […]

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AP World History Unit 3 1450-1750

caravel a small Spanish or Portuguese sailing vessel of the Middle Ages and later, usually lateen-rigged on two or three masts. chartered Cities A charter city is a city in which the governing system is defined by the city’s own charter document rather than by state, provincial, regional or national laws. city- States a sovereign […]

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PSYCHOLOGY FINAL EXAM

The unique way each individual thinks,acts, and feels is called_______. A) nature B) a trait C) personality D) nurture C) personality Sigmund Freud’s theory came at a time in history when the predominant attitude toward sex was __________. A) obsessed B) liberal C) repressed D) open C) repressed For Freud, thoughts and feelings that are […]

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History 1301 Exam 3

Adams-Onis Treaty (Transcontinental Treaty) U.S. gives up claims to Texas and Spain cedes Florida to the U.S. and sets boundary to the Pacific Ocean Convention of 1818 Between U.S. and Britain 49th Parallel set as northern boundary Joint control of Oregon for 10 years Missouri Compromise 1820 Missouri entered as a slave state, Main as […]

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Ch. 7 ap world history stearns

Dhows Arab sailing vessels with triangular or lateen sails; strongly influenced European ship design Lateen sails Large triangular sails that are attached to the masts by long booms or yard arms which extend diagonally high across both the fore and aft portions of the ship. slave mercenaries murdered the reigning caliph and placed one of […]

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AP World History: Ancient World

Agriculture The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth’s surface through the cultivation of crops and the raising of livestock for sustenance or economic gain. Agrarian pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, agrarian society Bands/ Clans extended family groups that generally lived together Barbarian without civilizing influences Bureaucracy system of managing […]

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Early Civil Rights Efforts

Which statement best summarizes the career of Thurgood Marshall? After working for the NAACP and winning twenty-nine court cases, Marshall was appointed a Supreme Court justice. As a result of Henderson v. United States (1950), segregation on interstate forms of transportation was outlawed. Which statement is true of World War II African American military units? […]

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Chapter 15 E/M

5 types Nature of presenting problem 1. Minimal 2. Self-limited or minor 3. Low severity 4. Moderate Severity 5. High Severity Minimal Does not require physician Self-limited or minor Problem that runs a definite course, has good prognosis Low severity Risk of morbidity w/o treatment is low. recovery w/o funcional impairment Moderate severity Risk of […]

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ESOL teacher certification exam study guide

BICS Basic interpersonal communication skills CALP Cognitive academic language proficiency BICS defined Language skills needed in social situations. Day to day language. 6 months-2 yes for proficiency. CALP defined Formal academic learning. 5-7 yrs for proficiency Culture Individual or groups values, beliefs, notions about behavior. Specific way of knowing, being, and doing. Polychronic time Groups […]

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Chemistry: The Central Science 13th Edition Chapter 1

Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes that matter undergoes. Matter is the physical material of the universe; it is anything that has mass and occupies space. It is also comprised of combinations of many elements. Property is any characteristic that allows us to recognize a particular type of matter and to distinguish […]

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (9-15) Study Guide

Does Edmund get to eat more Turkish Delight? Why or Why not? No. The witch lied to Edmond. He also didn’t bring his siblings. Why did the beavers and the other children run away when they discovered Edmund missing? They know he is headed for the witch Describe Father Christmas. Why is his appearance a […]

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Reflection Essay on SPED Praxis Study Material

An IEP that ensures a student is working on goals and objectives that are aligned with state benchmarks and that promotes participation in the general curriculum is considered to be A.transition based B.standards based C.an initial IEP D.based on reevaluation B.standards based The question tests understanding of the components of an IEP. A Standards-based IEP […]

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Competency 6: Knowledge of the Code of Ethics

Does an educator have a responsibility to the district? No, the primary obligations of an educator are to the student, public, and the profession. The Office of Professional Practice Services organization that is responsible for investigating alleged misconduct by educators. How long do you have to report an arrest to FDOE? 48 hours! Failure to […]

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motor learning ch. 7-10

Ch. 7 Methods of Investigation (two) Experimental Approach: using variables common to entire group to assess performance. Differential approach: used to examine individual abilities or differences; factors that make people different from each other. Ability is a fundamental characteristic that tends to underlie particular skills; ability is largely inherited genetically and is not modifiable by […]

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Classical Music Period

Classical Period For example, the Classical period of literature occurred from approximately 1200 BC to 455 AD. The Classical period of music began in 1750 and ended in 1825. classical For some, the Classical period refers to a return to the ideals of ancient Greece and Rome such as in the fields of architecture and […]

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Ch. 9 PSY 330 – Infant and Child Development

preoperational intelligence cognitive development between the ages of about 2 and 6. \”Pre-logical\” • Symbolic thought/language • Magical imagination four characteristics of thinking in early childhood which make logic difficult: • centration • focus on appearance • static reasoning • irreversibility centration characteristic of preoperational thought in which a young child focuses on one idea […]

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Fahrenheit 451 review

They burn houses which is ironic because originally a fireman’s mission was to put out fires. What do the \”firemen\” do for a living? Why is this ironic? The books are compared to birds because as the books are burning, they take \”flight\” to that of birds/pigeons that are nuisances. why are the books compared […]

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chapter 3 introduction to qualitative research

bracketing setting aside one’s variable and perspective during the data collection and analysis process ethnographic research study that explores the culture of a specific group of people or an organization ethnonursing research using dr leininger’s method to describe a cultural group exploratory- descriptive qualitative research research based on a pragmatic philosophy and focused on increasing […]

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PSYC 2314 Exam 1 Webster TJC

The way people grow and change across the lifespan is referred to as? Development What is the total pattern of a group’s customs, beliefs, art and technology? Culture Human beings everywhere have essentially the same biological constitution, yet their paths through the life span are remarkably different depending on ___. Their culture According to the […]

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Social Studies Cabinet

Head of State Department Thomas Jefferson Function of State Department Relations with other nations Head of Department of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton Function of Department of the Treasury Handled financial matters Head of Department of War Henry Knox Function of Department of War Provided for the nation’s defense Attorney General Edmund Randolph Function of Attorney […]

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THE AMERICAN NOVEL TEST Analysis

Uncle Tom’s Cabin was translated into thirty-seven languages. True The novel form was first used by American writers in the eighteenth century. True Cooper began writing novels because he thought he could do a better job than the novelists that he was reading. True Nathaniel Hawthorne thought of himself as a romancer, rather than a […]

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APUSH: Eisenhower Vocab

The Warren Court Court created when Eisenhower appointed the previously conservative Earl Warren as chief justice over William J. Brennan Jr. The court became a vehicle for social change and advocate for individual rights. Sweatt vs. Painter 1950-Case in which the Supreme Court ruled that a black school in Texas was not equal to the […]

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