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John Bunyan Pilgrim’s Progress Robert Browning \”My Last Duchess\” Charles Dickens (2) Great Expectations, Oliver Twist Geoffrey Chaucer (4) Canterbury Tales, hous of fame, troilus and criseyde, chaucer’s book of the duchesse John Milton Paradise Lost Gerald Manley Hopkins \”God’s Grandeur\” George Gordon, Lord Byron Don Juan Samuel Coleridge (3) Kubla Khan, christabel, the rime […]

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Public Speaking quiz 3

True If you find a photo on a Web site and want to use it in a classroom speech, you can use it without asking permission from the Web site. False Although you can use notes if you need them, the most desirable technique for public speaking is to use no notes. False Speaking notes […]

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Twentieth Century Developments and Transformations

Americas role in WW1 America had planned to stay neutral until the Germans released a submarine warfare against americans at sea. This is when we entered the war. WW1 DATES 1914-1918 Treaty of Versailles Germany had to take responsibility of Allied war losses by accepting the War Guilt Clause. Ended the war. Postwar Isolationism -Non […]

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English 4 From the middle ages

In the Middle Ages, Christians were expected to visit a priest yearly to offer confessions Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. \”God’s arms!\” exclaimed one of these debauchees, \”Is the fellow then so dangerous to meet? In highways and in byways, street by street, I’ll seek him out, I vow it on God’s bones. […]

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Rome Foundations Study

What does S.O.A.P.S stand for? Source – who wrote it Occasion- what is it (letter, speech) Audience- who is it to Purpose – why is it important Summary What do Romans speak? Latin Who was labeled dictator for life? Julius Caesar Who were the common citizens of Rome? Plebians Which Christian leader wrote letters that […]

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english 3

What effect of the Great Depression is described in the song, \”Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?\” d. The men who had built and fed the nation and fought in World War I were abandoned and struggling to survive. I was walking along the street at that time, and you’d see the bread lines. The […]

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English World Lit Exam Review

A few years ago, she offered to give me the piano, for my thirtieth birthday. I had not played in all those years. I saw the offer as a sign of forgiveness, a tremendous burden removed. \”Are you sure?\” I asked shyly. \”I mean, won’t you and Dad miss it?\” \”No, this your piano,\” she […]

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World Development

A new town is comprehensively planned to be as selfcontained as possible According to geographer Peter Hall, the first great city in world history was Rome Automobile manufacturing would be illustrative of which sector of a city’s economy secondary sector Cities in More Developed Countries include those in all of the following except China Critical […]

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Developmental chapter 8

when do first friendships form? between ages 2-6. early childhood friendship when children converse, act out complementary roles and learn that their own desires for companionship and toys are best met when they consider others needs and interests. How did erikson regard play as a means through which young children learn about themselves and their […]

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English 4 B (calpac)

Which of the following characterizes a true epic and is seen in The Rape of the Lock?-D The sylphs try to prevent —-A Alexander Pope’s purpose for writing The Rape of the Lock was to-C The word desist means to-B Which of the following best describes the overall feeling that Pope meant to convey in […]

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Chapter 1: World Urban Development

A new town is: (A) about the same as a bedroom suburb. (B) often criticized because of the lack of amenities. (C) comprehensively planned to be as self-contained as possible. (D) spontaneous in its origins. comprehensively planned to be as self-contained as possible. According to the geographer Peter Hall, the first great city in world […]

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Life Span Development 1

Development pattern of change that begins at conception and continues through the human life span Normative age-graded influences biological, sociocultural, and environmental influences that are similar for individuals in a particular age group. Examples of Normative age-graded influences puberty, menopause, beginning school, retirement Normative History-graded influences Influences that are common to people of a particular […]

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Incredible English 4 unit 9 must / mustn’t

You mustn’t use your phone. You mustn’t listen to music. You mustn’t talk. You mustn’t cross the road here. You mustn’t run here. You mustn’t go left. You must listen to the teacher. You must be quiet. You must ride on the path. You must put your hand up. You must respect your classmates. You […]

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English III Mid-Term

Tending to cause sleep, relating to sleepiness or lethargy; something that induces sleep Soporific Extremely strict in regard to moral standards and conduct; prudish, puritanical Straitlaced Lasting only a short time, fleeting; one who stays only a short time Transient To whip, punish severely; a cause of affliction or suffering; a source of severe punishment […]

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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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Teaching Chapter 2: Becoming A Teacher

teaching academies Specialized programs within high schools that help students to explore the teaching profession through classes, observations, and hands-on experiences. teacher education programs University or college programs that prepare students to become teachers. grants Money that is given for a specific purpose, such as educational expenses, that does not have to be repaid. job […]

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English Unit 4 Narrative Essay

the noun that follows a verb and answers the questions whom or what direct object a word that expresses action verb who or what the sentence is about subject a noun that indicates to or for whom or what the subject acts indirect object it follows a linking verb and renames the subject predicate nominative […]

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Reflective Teaching

Reflective approach to teaching an internal or bottom up view of teaching, an approach that seeks to understand teaching in its own terms, instead of the top down views and methods. Ways of classroom investigation into teaching 1. teaching journals 2. lesson reports 3. surveys and questionnairres 4. audio and video recordings 5. observation 6. […]

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Teacher and Counselor (Teaching Acronym)

T (T)une into the patient E (E)dit patient information A (A)ct on every teaching moment C (C)larify often H (H)onor the patient as partner in the education process

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Teaching Certificate- Florida

At the beginning of the school year, a first grade teacher assesses the students to determine their understanding of print, This will best be demonstrated by the students…. showing where to start reading the text Mr.s Rivera’s kindergarten class asked her to write their favorite poem. She writes each phrase or sentence the child dictates. […]

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Chapter 1- The Teaching Profession and You

Merit Pay pay that is based on the way the teacher performs in the classroom Tenure an expectancy of continued employment after a probationary period Who established the first normal school? Samuel Hall What does the NBPTS do? (National Board of Professional Teaching Standards) recognizes the teachers performance What is the NEA and what does […]

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