Kevin Stewart

City: Alexandria, Virginia
University: Institute for the Psychological Sciences

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US History Test 1

Chinese Exclusion Act In 1890, Congress passed this act which prohibited immigration by Chinese laborers, limited their civil rights of the Chinese already in the US, and forbade naturalization of Chinese residents. Very prominent in San Francisco. Significant because the Chinese were hard workers and couldn’t come to America to start over again. Dawes Act […]

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HIST 151 FINALS

Bedouin predominantly desert-dwelling Arabian ethnic group.means those in the desert,a hierarchy of loyalties based on proximity of kinship that runs from the nuclear family through the lineage, the tribe, and, in principle at least, to an entire genetic or linguistic group. when plies were plentiful tents would travel with others known as glum. Jizya a […]

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Chapter 13 World History Test

What was the language of the church? Latin What did medieval scholars focus more on? Religious beliefs and spirituality What was Renaissance ideal? A person with talents in many fields What was an intellectual movement that occurred during the heart of the Italian Renaissance? humanism What did humanists study? The classical culture of Greece and […]

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Chapter 16 Practice Quiz

Andrew Johnson believed that Reconstruction should _______. Select one: a. guarantee that the Southern ruling class would not regain power b. treat the South as a conquered nation c. return the South to its prewar system, minus slavery d. follow the plan that had been outlined by Lincoln e. guarantee the civil rights of the […]

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Unit 1 History & Approaches AP Psychology Myers

empiricism the view that knowledge originates in experience and that science should, therefore, rely on observation and experimentation structuralism an early school of psychology that used introspection to explore the structural elements of the human mind functionalism a school of psychology that focused on how our mental and behavioral processes function-how they enable us to […]

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Study Of Earth’s History

When geologists refer to the \”Big Five,\” what are they referring to? The five largest mass extinctions in Earth’s history. The main causes of the disasters that cause mass extinctions seem to come either from above, in the form of deadly asteroids or comets, or from below, in the form of extreme volcanic activity. True […]

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AP World History Unit 2

Justinian Justinian I(c. 482 – 14 November 565), commonly known as Justinian the Great, was Byzantine Emperor from 527 to 565. During his reign, Justinian sought to revive the Empire’s greatness and reconquer the lost western half of the historical Roman Empire. One of the most important figures of Late Antiquity and the last Roman […]

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Chapter 18 US History The Cold War

United Nations (UN) An international peacekeeping organization to which most nations in the world belong, founded in 1945 to promote world peace, security, and economic development Satellite nation A country that is dominated politically and economically by another nation Containment The blocking of another nation’s attempts to spread its influence – especially the efforts of […]

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chapter 25 ap world history

Muhammad Ali Leader of Egyptian modernization in the early nineteenth century. He ruled Egypt as an Ottoman governor, but had imperial ambitions. His descendants ruled Egypt until overthrown in 1952. (p. 652) Janissaries Infantry, originally of slave origin, armed with firearms and constituting the elite of the Ottoman army from the fifteenth century until the […]

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AP World History Chap. 3

Code of Hammurabi A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of Babylon. Not actually a code, but a number of laws that proclaim the king’s commitment to social order. Cradle of civilization Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day Iraq). Cuneiform Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into […]

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US History Chapter 7 Argumentative Essay

Eli Whitney inventor of the cotton gin and interchangeable parts Mass Production the making of goods in large quantities made possible by factories, machinery and the division of labor Henry Clay Speaker of the House of Representatives from Kentucky who promoted the American System American System an economic regime pioneered by Henry Clay which created […]

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History 1301, Exam 1-Chapters 1-5

Matrilineal Based on or tracing the family through the mother. Prevalent in Na tive American cultures. Renaissance \”rebirth\”; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centered on the revival of interest in the classical learning of Greece and Rome Prince Henry Sent others to explore for him, made very first explorer school, first person to […]

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Marzano Evaluation Model

The Marzano Educator Evaluation Model includes both: teacher development and measurement How many elements does the Marzano model have during instruction (Domain 1)? 41 How many total elements are in the Marzano Evaluation Model 60 The Marzano Framework reflects the complexity of teaching by including: daily decisions/moves Specificity in the Marzano framework includes diagnostics and […]

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Special ed Sara

Ensuring that people with disabilities have the opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of their community, and will be protected from any attempts by people to segregate them solely on the basis of their disability is which of the following? a. Economic self-sufficiency b. Independent living c. Equality of opportunity d. Full participation d. […]

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Letters To a Young Poet Vocabulary

Tangible (adj) capable of being touched; material Transitory (adj) not permanent; temporary Kinship (noun) blood relationship Assent (noun) the expression of approval or agreement; (verb) to approve Renounce (verb) to formally reject Beneficence (noun) the quality of being charitable and kind Indulgent (adj) having a tendency to being overly generous or lienient Innate (adj) natural […]

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Examples of Metaphors

Metpahor A comparison between two \”unlike\” things without using the word \”like\” or the word \”as.\” Metaphor (Example) The detective listened to her tales with a wooden face. Metaphor (Example) John’s answer to the problem was just a Band-Aid, not a solution. Metaphor (Example) He pleaded for her forgiveness but Janet’s heart was cold iron. […]

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Certified Google Educator 1

Which of the following has had a large impact on education now that the internet is so easily accessible: The role of rote learning has decreased as students have instant access to the world’s knowledge How does technology help cater to individual student needs? I) Resources can be personalized for students II) Teachers can offer […]

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Steps Of Immigration

Step 1.) Most of the immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island were from eastern and southern Europe. In many cases, they came to escape the poverty and religious intolerance that existed in small towns in countries such as Italy, Poland, and Russia. They began their journey to America on foot, horseback, or train. […]

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I’m your Teacher, Not Your Internet Service Provider

nonlinear designating or involving an equation whose terms are not of the first degree inevitable an unavoidable event uninitiated not initiated unmitigated not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity permeate spread or diffuse through declarative a mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact consequences the results of some […]

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strategies for academic Argumentative Essay

Margaret needs to compare the types of themes from the four books in her American Literature class. She should use a ____________to match the themes with the stories. B. Chart To organize notes, a student should review notes from class lectures, but not notes from the text book chapters. F Alisha’s teacher usually includes lots […]

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SOC 101 – Chapter 2: Research Methods

Qualitative Sociology – CATEGORIZATION. SPECULATION. NO SUBSTANCE. – If it is viewed as an arts discipline. – often designed to get at the rich meanings that people attribute to their lives. – Usually used to understand the topic or population being studied. This is done to make an accurate argument concerning group. (Observing people over […]

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Psy 456 Final

What current illness symbolizes the worst fears about dying? Cancer Cancer symbolizes the Worst fears of our age Which of the following terms BEST describes the process of a person who questions, \”Am I responsible for bringing this illness on myself?\” Magical Thinking Corr’s primary dimensions in coping with dying are physical, psychological, spiritual, and […]

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