Steven Ramirez

City: Missoula, Montana
University: University of Montana

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World History chapter 15 terms

Pizarro Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incas Columbus Italian man who explored for Portugal and accidentally discovered the Americas in 1492 Magellan Portuguese man who was first to circumnavigate the globe Northwest Passage non-existent water route through the Americas to Asia searched for by the Europeans Moctezuma Aztec emperor who was imprisoned and forced to […]

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Preamble to the Declaration

When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s god entitle them, a decent respect to the […]

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U.S. History Final Exam Questions and Answers

What did the Puritans believe? Salvation was predetermined, Christ was not present in the Eucharist, A learned sermon was the heart of worship. Why was John Rolfe important to the eventual success of the Jamestown settlement? He discovered that the colonists could grow tobacco and export it to England for a profit. According to the […]

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Roman Empire Quiz

how did romans feel about people who followed religions other than the roman religion? the romans were tolerant of others religions as long as their followers were respectful of the roman religion what is the religious significance of constantinople , the city founded by the emperor Constantine? it became the of the eastern orthodox church […]

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AP World chapter 10 vocab

Champa Rice quick-maturing rice that can allow two harvests in one growing season. Originally introduced into Champa from India; later sent to china as a tribute gift by the Champa state Kamakura Shogunate the first of Japan’s decentralized military governments bubonic plague a bacterial disease of fleas that can be transmitted by flea bites to […]

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AP U.S. History (5 steps to a 5)

affirmative action policies beginning in 1970’s to make up for past discrimination and give minorities and women advantages in applying for jobs and getting into universities affluent society term used by economist John Kenneth Galbraith to describe the American economy in the 1950s, during which time many Americans became enraptured with appliances and homes in […]

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U.S History Chapter 9 Keyterms

Progressivism reform movement Consensus broad agreement on how to improve american society now seemed possible Muckraker journalists who exposed corruption in businesses and politics Wisconsin Idea passed the 1st state income tax and corporate tax, and also set up a railroad commission Upton Sinclair muckraker who wrote \” the jungle \” Lincoln Steffens condemned the […]

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Lesson 4: The Geologic Time Scale.

Why do geologists use the geologic time scale? Because of the time span of Earth’s past is so great, geologist use geologic time scale to show Earth’s history. What is the geologic time scale? The geologic time scale is a record of the geologic events and the evolution of life forms as shown in the […]

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AP Art History Chapter 5

Geometric krater, from the Dipylon cemetery Date: 740 BCE Period/Style: Geometric Artist/Architect: Patron: N/A O Location: Athens, Greece Material/Technique: abstract motifs; depicts a funeral; designs are two-dimensional; artist focused on specifying gender, not the accuracy; highly stylized; human figure and narratives revived; women pulling hair out bc they’re stressed; artist tried to cover all empty […]

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Pharm NUR 106 (1)

a patient is having difficulty remembering to take a prescribed drug three times a day. What form of the drug should the health care professional recommend to increase adherence? EXTENDED RELEASE CAPSULE A health care professional is preparing to administer a parenteral drug to a patient. Which of the following drugs is he preparing to […]

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Informative Essay on AP World History Unit 2

Hinduism An eastern religion which evolved from an ancient Aryan religion in which followers strive to free their soul from reincarnation until the soul is finally freed. This religion is practiced primarily in India. Vedas sacred texts in the Hindu religion, they are a set of four collections of hymns and religious ceremonies transmitted by […]

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US History chapter 14

price supports the McNary-Haugen bill subsidies provided by the federal government where surpluses are purchased; this action reduces supply and keeps prices at a level required by the producer. key products:wheat, corn, cotton, and tobacco 14.1 credit an arrangement in which consumers agreed to buy now and pay later for purchases 14.1 Alfred E. Smith […]

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world history Chapter 23 – all sections

Old Regime social and political system of France in the 1770s estates The three social classes into which France was divided before the French Revolution, including the clergy, the aristocracy, and the common people The Third Estate was 98% percent of Frances population. The third estate contained three parts to it. (1) a city-dwelling middle […]

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History of Rock and Roll Test 1

Alan Freed Who coined the term ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ as a Cleveland disc jockey? Alan Freed Who began broadcasting rhythm and blues & country for a multiracial audience? Rag Time What music style used syncopated rhythm (authentic black style) combined with black innovation (white response)? Scott Joplin Who was known for the piano bar tune, […]

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Bio 220 Exam 2 Simbio Q

Based on the differences between male and female gametes, which of the following hypotheses is most likely to be true? a) Males will have more offspring, on average, than females have, because males make many more sperm than females make eggs. b) Females will usually be choosier than males about whom to mate with, because […]

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AP World History Key People Ch 17-27

Adam Smith Scottish economist who advocated private enterprise and free trade Frederick the Great Prussian king who embraced culture and wrote poetry and prose. He gave religious and philosophical toleration to all subjects, abolished torture and made the laws simpler John Locke English philosopher who advocated the idea of a \”social contract\” in which government […]

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US History since 1877-2

THE TWENTIES … Reaction to change from WW1 Nativism, Restrictive Laws, Sacco and Venzetti, The Klan, Fundamentalism in religion, Scopes Trial, Prohibition, Women’s suffrage Nativism the belief that native-born Americans are superior to foreigners Immigration Laws Emergency Immigration Act, Immigration act of 1924 Sacco and Venzetti two men wrongly- accused of murder and robbery because […]

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AP Art History Vocabulary Words

Abstraction Works of art that may have from but have little or no attempt at pictorial representation Academy An institution whose main objects include training artists in an academic tradition, ennobling the profession, and holding exhibitions Acropolis Literally, a \”high city,\” a Greek temple complex built on a hill over a city Action Painting An […]

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AP Literature First Semester Poetry List

Dolor Theodore Roethke, office, locked room, recognition of sadness, straightforward description of problem of midcentury America. The Waking Theodore Roethke, what roles does fate play in what you feel and where you go, hyper-alert sleep into the nature of awareness and back out again. If Rudyard Kipling, father giving advice to son, self worth. Sonnet […]

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Major Philosophies Of Education

Perennialism Philosophical Base -Realism Perennialism Instructional Objective -To educate the rational person; to cultivate intellect Perennialism Knowledge -Focus on past & permanent studies; mastery of facts and timeless knowledge. Perennialism Role of Teacher Perennialism Curriculum Focus Trends -Classical subject;literary analysis; constant curriculum Perennialism Related Curriculum -Great Books Paideia proposal. Essentialism Philosophical Base – Idealism; realism […]

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Vocabulary for Valley Forge DBQ

Casualties People who are killed, wounded, captured, or missing in a war Continental Army America’s Patriot army during the Revolutionary War Continental Congress …, the legislative assembly composed of delegates from the rebel colonies who met during and after the American Revolution; they issued the Declaration of Independence and framed Articles of Confederation Desert A […]

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Chapter 8: Today’s Students

_________ is the way of life common to a group of people consisting of their values, attitudes, and beliefs. Culture A(n) _________ is made up of individuals within a larger culture who share a self-defined racial or cultural identity and a set of beliefs, attitudes, and values. ethnic group Possible elements that might shape a […]

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