Rebecca Baker

City: Hanover, Maryland
University: Howard Community College

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World History After 1500 Semester 1

What are the characteristics and beliefs of Humanism? Man is most important and the center of the universe, not God. It is the midway point between the focus on God and the Scientific Method. Caused by Secularism, Skepticism, Classicalism, and Individualism and incorporates those values. Ends the Medieval period and starts the Modern period. Man […]

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APWH Chapter 34

The spark for World War I was Provided when Gavrilo Princip assassinated the Archduke of Austria-Hungary, Franz Ferdinand The first total war in world history was The Great War/World War I Approximately how many combatants died in World War I? 15 million Self-determination The term for the idea that people with the same ethnic origins, […]

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U.S. History Chapter 6 Test: Industrial Revolution

What changes in track design allowed trains to travel faster? double sets of tracks allowed trains traveling in opposite directions to pass each other How did the standard gauge allow railroad transportation to travel faster? passengers no longer needed to be transferred from train to train How did the growth of railroads improve society? 1. […]

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Washington State history test answers

Charles Wilkes He explored Puget Sound and convinced the United States government not to give up their claim to Puget Sound. Alexander Mackenzie England. Seeking a route to the Pacific. Was the first to cross North America north of Mexico. Proved there was no Northwest Passage. David Thompson England. Mapped and charted the Columbia river […]

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AP World History Unit 3 Terms

technology The body of knowledge available to a society that is of use in fashioning implements, practicing manual arts and skills, and extracting or collecting materials – schism – doctrinal differences – A formal breach of union [within a Christian church] – Differences among a belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a […]

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Unit 5 Review AP World History 1750 to 1914

Louise XVI Louis XVI was the last king of France (1774-92) in the line of Bourbon monarchs preceding the French Revolution of 1789. Napoleon Bonaparte Joseph-Napoléon Bonaparte was the older brother of Napoleon I, who made him King of Spain 1808-1813. Otto von Bismarck (Otto Eduard Leopold ) Otto von Bismarck, was a German statesman […]

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AP World History Chpater 9: The Crusades

Crusades brutal Catholic religious military campaigns against Muslims causes Truce of God; nobles want land and power; rivalry btw. pope and king; church wants to show authority; Pope Urban II; pilgrimages Truce of God limited fighting btw Christians by setting times of peace Pope Urban II responds to help call of Alexis Comnenus with huge […]

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Psychology Ethics

Beneficence and Nonmaleficence Principle A Fidelity and Responsibility Principle B Integrity Principle C Justice Principle D Respect for People’s Rights and Dignity Principle E Ethical Principles are… purely aspirational Ethical standards are… enforceable rules for conduct of psychologists Standard 1 Resolving Ethical Issues Standard 2 Competence Standard 3 Human Relations Standard 4 Privacy and Confidentiality […]

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AP European History Exam

Absolutism The theory that the monarch is supreme and can exercise full and complete power unilaterally Abstract Expressionism No identifiable subject matter. Expresses feelings of artists. Emphasized spontaneous personal expression, freedom from accepted artistic values. Pollack Act of Union 1701 act of Parliament uniting England and Scotland into one kingdom: Great Britain. Intended to strengthen […]

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world history semester 1 exam review

What is the Neolithic Revolution? the Neolithic Revolution is the time when people started settling down and farming and domesticating animals. When did the Neolithic Revolution occur? The Neolithic Revolution occurred around 10000 B.C. Who were in the social classes of early societies? Farmers, craftsmen, priests, and warriors made up the social classes of these […]

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7th Grade Texas History Exam Review

William Travis Commanded Texas Forces in the Alamo. Presidio Fort, usually built to protect a mission. Empresario Land agent who brought new settlers to an area. David Crockett Defender of the Alamo had also been in US Congress. What reforms did Santa Anna promise Texas in 1834? Allow English as an official language. Allow immigration […]

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Practice Test for Music Appreciation Final

Music may have been a fundamental building block in the development of culture because it provided an early model for social cooperation. Music’s regenerative powers can be seen in the myth of Orpheus and Euridice The story of Tawa and the Spider Woman comes from the Hopi of the Southwestern United States The 19th-century British […]

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AP World History First Civilization SPICE Charts

Huang He: Social Emphasis on patriarchy and family (ancestral respect); highly stratified social ranking based on occupation. Huang He: Political Government formed to combat nomadic invaders/manage intricate irrigation system; Nomadic warrior kings who controlled through vassals who collected tribute. King had \”mandate of heaven\”. Huang He: Interaction with Environment Isolated by Himalayas and Gobi Desert, […]

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US History vocabulary words

Abolish to do away with; put an end to Abolitionist a person who wanted to end slavery Amend To alter, Modify, rephrase, or add to or subtract from; to change for the better Annex to attach or add to something larger or more important Antebellum used to describe a period of time before a war, […]

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Sociology Key Applications (Ch.1-3)

The Big 3 Conflict Theory Symbolic Interactionism Functionalism Conflict Theory a theoretical framework in which society is viewed as composed of groups that are competing for scarce resources (macro-level analysis) Symbolic Interactionism a theoretical perspective in which society is viewed as composed of symbols that people use to establish meaning, develop their views of the […]

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EDUC 300

William Bagley popularized the term essentialism in the 1930’s and essentialism has been a dominant influence in american education since ww2. Mary Mcleod Bethune committed to meeting the critical need of providing education to the newly freed african americans, demonstrated commitment and effort in establishing a black college against overwhelming odds and by rising from […]

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Assignment 11

Reading -The process of constructing meaning from text, whereupon readers decipher symbols to create meaning -Is complex b/c it requires applying knowledge of print and other symbols, knowledge of possible meanings of these symbols, and knowledge of the world to the reading task The main accomplishments of reading 1) Oral language skills 2) Print awareness […]

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Chapters 1-3 Study Guide Questions

(Chapter 1) How much land does the Logan Family own in total? Four hundred acres (Chapter 1) Who did the Logan Family’s land originally belong to? Harlan Granger (Chapter 1) Why does Papa have to work on the railroad? To pay the mortgage for the two hundred acres Grandpa bought in 1918 (Chapter 1) After […]

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3rd grade lesson 21 Sarah, Plain, and Tall Study Guide

Why will it take a day for Papa to get Sarah and bring her back? She lives in Maine and Papa had to travel by wagon and train. How does Anna feel about Sarah’s arrival? How does Caleb feel? Anna was hopeful for Sarah’s arrival that she would like it on the farm. Caleb was […]

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ED 2020 Final

What are 3 factors that influence school organization? a. Starting on time b. Making smooth transitions in the classroom c. Establishing effective routines Describe the characteristics of an effective school. a. Optimal school and class size: school (600-900), class ( less than 20 students) b. clear academic focus and strong leadership: promote learning by working […]

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PSYC 160 CH5

The Piagetian term for a particular type of centration in which a child thinks about the world only from his or her personal perspective is: egocentrism Overregularization occurs because children: assume their language always follows the rules they already know.. A person’s average body mass index (BMI) is the lowest between the ages of: 5 […]

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Nursing Care of Children 2016A

Creating a plan of care for an infant who has an epidural hematoma with a skull fracture. Appropriate action to include? Implement seizure precautions for the infant Providing teaching about car seat use to the mother of a 6-month-old infant. Statement that indicates understanding of the teaching? \”I should secure the car seat using lower […]

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