Rae Jordan

City: Charlotte, North Carolina
University: College of the Albemarle

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Chapter 11 History Alive! The Medieval World and Beyond

sultan the sovereign ruler of a Muslim state Anatolia a large peninsula at the western edge of Asia; also called Asia Minor Iberian Peninsula a peninsula in southwestern Europe that today is divided between Spain and Portugal Inquisition a judicial body established by the Catholic Church to combat heresy and other forms of religious error […]

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Reflection Essay on History of the United States

bicameral Having two separate lawmaking chambers republic A government in which citizens rule through elected representatives. Type of government set up by the Articles of Confederation Ordinance Law Depreciate To fall in value The Articles of Confederation The first constitution of the United States, adopted by Congress in 1777 and enacted in 1781. The articles […]

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World History- Chapter 4: Ancient Greece

polis central focus of Greek life; city-state oligarchy rule by a few; type of government in Sparta. Sophocles Greek playwright who wrote Oedipus Rex Herodotus Greek historian who wrote History of the Persian Wars. Iliad and Odysses epics poems written by blind poet Homer. Cleisthenes responsible for laying the foundation of Athenian democracy. Thermopylae Pass […]

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2013 regent

Approximately how many hours apart were the two high tides 6 hours 1 What percentage of Earth’s history represents human existence 1 less than 1. 0% At what approximate the altitude in the atmosphere can stratospheric ozone be found 30km Monsoons develop as a result of Large changes between the temperature of the continent and […]

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EMT Chapter 19

Which of the following conditions is the diabetic patient at an increased risk of developing? Blindness A 66-year-old woman experienced a sudden onset of difficulty breathing. She has a history of type 2 diabetes and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). On the basis of her medical history, which of the following should the EMT suspect? Pulmonary […]

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World History Chapter 16 Section 2

Huguenots French protestants who tore France apart Henry IV a Huguenot prince who inherited the French throne in 1589; fought for 4 years against fierce Catholic opposition to gain control of France; converted to Catholicism Edict of Nantes granted Huguenots religious toleration and other freedoms Cardinal Richelieu Louis XIII appointed him as his chief minister […]

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Two Party system in American History

Hamilton + Adams Who led the Federalists? Madison, Jefferson, Monroe Who led the Democratic Republicans (also known as Jeffersonian Republicans Jackson Who led the Democratic Republicans&Jacksonian Democrats Quincy Adams Who led the Whigs? Lincoln, Roosevelt, Hoover, etc Who led the Republicans? Woodrow Wilson, Jennings Bryan Who led the Post-Civil War Democrats FDR, Truman, JFK Who […]

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World History Chapter 25 The Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution A time when people greatly increased output of machine-made goods that began in England in the middle 1700s Enclosures Landowners that experimented with more productive seeding and harvesting methods to boost crop yields Crop Rotation The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to crop each year, to avoid exhausting the […]

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EMT Chapter33

A 26-year-old female who is 34 weeks pregnant is experiencing a seizure. Her husband tells you that her blood pressure has been high and that she had been complaining of a headache for the past few days. You should: A. insert an oral airway and ventilate her with a bag-valve mask. B. administer oral glucose […]

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AP World History Ch. 14-16

Avicenna Latin translations of the Iranian philosopher Ibn Sina. They had a great influence because of their sophisticated blend of Aristotelian and Islamic philosophy. Cosimo de’ Medici This Florentine banker, nicknamed \”the Magnificent\” spent immense sums on paintings, sculpture, and public buildings Desiderius Eurasmus This influential humanist from northern Europe wrote a new edition of […]

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Commemoration and Decoration 90%

Commemoration Many cultures used statues to document or commemorate their rulers Example of documentation: Robert Capa, American Troops Landing on D-Day Gelatin silver print, photograph Example of commemoration, documentation, and narration: Apollodurus, Column of Trajan Built in 113 A.D. as a monument to the Roman army. Marble sculpture (statue), Rome Example of narration: Bayeux tapestry […]

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Chapter 16 AP World History

Buzurg ibn Shahriyar definition: A storytelling mariner who came from the emporium of Siraf on the Persian Gulf significance: Demonstrated trade influenced in India Harsha definition: 7th century north Indian ruler; built a large state that declined after his death 646 (last true Hindu ruler) significance: unified India temporarily Mahmud of Ghazni definition: third ruler […]

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art chapter 9

Sergi Einstein’s film The Battleship Potemkin iwas an International hit. It is noted for its: innovative editing techniques A major difference between the video works of Nam June Paik and the films of modern filmmakers is Paik’s electronically manipulated images. According to the author, \”the individual most responsible for establishing photography as an art form\” […]

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Unit 6: Toward a New Millennium

What term did the U.S. Census Bureau use to classify Mexican Americans, Dominican Americans, and Cuban Americans? Hispanic In the late twentieth century, U.S. companies began using labor outside the company to provide certain services. What was this business practice called? outsourcing What is the United States’ total largest export (in U.S. dollars) to Canada? […]

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Dennis’ Teaching Clas

The most common reason teachers give for choosing a teaching career is a desire to work with young people Teachers most often say their greatest contribution to society is helping children to achieve their potential. According to teacher and researcher Jean Anyon, teachers are natural agents for improving society because their values align with that […]

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Teacher Cadet – Special Education: Policies, Procedures, and Laws

Section 504 A federal law that prohibits discrimination against otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities. This is not an education law, but a civil-rights law. These students are not part of the special education program. They are in regular education classes. Least Restrictive Environment: LRE This assures that a student with a disability will be placed […]

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La Hija del Sastre Info

capítulo 1 Emilia (the main character) wakes up because she thinks she hears soldiers outside. Her father is Lorenzo Matamoros, a former captain of the republicans, and the current leader Franco was trying to capture those of the old regime. She was afraid and wanted to go to her parents’ room even though she is […]

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Life is Strange Quiz

What year was Maxine Caulfield born in? 1995 What is Maxine Caulfield’s eye color? Blue What is Chloe Price’s natural hair color? Brown Life is Strange takes place in the span of a _______. Week What hairstyle did Max have her hair in when she traveled into the past? (What hairstyle did her thirteen year […]

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History of Space Flight

theSkylab program This space program allowed people to live and conduct research in space. the Challenger This space shuttle was the second to orbit the earth. It is also the space shuttle that was destroyed just seconds after takeoff. Laika This was the first dog to go into space. the Apollo This craft was the […]

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Reflection Essay on PLT

A teacher introduces multiplying two-digit numbers by breaking down each step during whole-class instruction. Three students continue to struggle after four days of instruction and practice. The teacher provides three additional days of small-group instruction to the students, who are then able to be successful independently. Which of the following learning theories does this best […]

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Teaching Textbook Geometry Definitions

collinear points are points that lie on the same line noncollinear points are points that do not lie on the same line two points determine a unique straight line (postulate 1) Three noncollinear points determine a unique plane (postulate 2) a line segment is A PART OF A LINE CONSISTING OF TWO POINTS, CALLED END […]

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More Chapter 9 Questions

Economists assume that the goal of the consumer is to a. do as little work as possible to survive b. make themselves as well off as possible c. expend all their income d. consume as much as possible b. make themselves as well off as possible -consumers will always want more -never satisfied -we must […]

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