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Which of the following is NOT true about the USS
What did the Barbary pirates demand
The Barbary priates came from four states in ___
What territory did President James Monroe buy from Spain for 5 million dollars?
What did the Monroe Doctrine do?
Why was John Quincy Adams a poor president?
Which two Founding Fathers died on July 4 1826
What new poitical party did Andrew Jackson start?
Which of the following did President Andrew Jackson believe
President Andrew Jackson's critics feared that he would ruin the country by?
Rome's first code of laws was
The Romans defeated, then destroyed Carthage in the
Hadrian was a Roman emperor during the
This island was part of the Roman Empire in the most far reaching north-eastern corner of the empire.
Which reasons best explains why Rome controlled the strait between the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea.
The following held power as the head of households in the paterfamilias.
Greek slaves were coveted because they were
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Absolute monarchs justified their power through the principle of
___________ was the leader of the Roundheads during the English Civil War.
Louis XIV's palace at ___________ became a symbol of his absolute power and wealth
William and Mary came to power as a result of the
Which English king was executed by Parliament at the end of the English Civil War
Philip II of Spain believed that it was his duty to
Who wrote Don Quixote?
The Siglo de Oro was
How did absolute monarch's gain power?
The Thirty Years War
Which of the following statements is not true about European nations and the American colonies in the 16 and 1700\'s?
Which French king built the palace of Versailles?
Which of the following was not a common source of conflict between the nations of Western Europe in the 1600's?
What kind of government was most common in Europe during the Age of Absolutism?
Which of the following best describes why James II of England was overthrown during the Glorious Revolution?
During his reign, Charles V faced the major challenge of
Which absolute monarch westernized Russia?
Peter the Great built _________________ on the land he won from Sweden in the Great Northern War.
Who was Phillip II of Spain's chief Protestant enemy in Europe?
Spain's power began declining after
A region where little rain falls is known as a...
Which is not one of the three A's that helped people adapt to the Southwest\'s hot, dry climate?
One reason dams are built on rivers is to...
The Alamo is a memorial to...
The executive branch in a state government is...
Where would you go to see bats flying at sunset?
Which is the largest state in the Southwest?
Which state is nicknamed the "Sooner State"?
Which state has the most copper and silver?
Which state in the Southwest has Ms. T not visited?
A book keeps its shape and volume when it is moved from one bag on another. A book is a(n)
Wood floats because it has
When helium is moved from a tank to a balloon, its shape and volume change. Helium is a
All matter has
Which is not a state of matter?
Smell, color, texture, hardness, and shape are all examples of
Which of these best describes the physical properties of matter?
What might happen to a solid with a melting point of 100 degrees if it were dropped in boiling water?
A canoe floats because of
A large rock has more matter than a small rock, so the large rock has more
The SI prefix that means 1,000,000 is:
The SI prefix that means 0.000,000,001 is:
If you timed someone as they ran 50 m, and it took 10s, what was their average speed (v)?
Imagine there are two runners. Runner #1 runs 50m in 10s, and Runner #2 runs 500m in 50s. Which runner had a higher average velocity?
Which of the following measurements you would need to take to determine the speed at which your hair grows?
A plane will fly in level flight when gravity _____________ lift
An object which is not moving has
A force is
Which of the following is NOT a simple machine
Which of the following is a Metric (SI) unit?
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere
The form of oxygen that combines three oxygen atoms in each molecule
What is the lowest layer of the atmosphere
When does the summer solstice occur in the Northern Hemisphere?
All matter is composed of atoms or molecules that have energy of motion, also know as
Which electromagnetic waves have the longest wavelengths
Which process involves mass movement within a substance
Earth receives energy from the sun through what method of heat transfer?
On average, how much of the suns energy is absorbed by Earths atmosphere and clouds, without reacing Earths surface
The two most important heat absorbing gases in the lower atmosphere are
What is not true about radiation
Which of the following is associated with weak light rays that travel in different directions
In general, what is true about places at higher altitudes?
Which of the following is true
Why are annual temperature ranges in the Southern Hemiosphere generally smaller than those in the Northern Hemisphere
Which of the following best describes temperature variations
Isotherms are lines that connect points of equal
Which of the following best describes the general air temperature on a cloudy night?
Many clouds have a high albedo and therfore tend to
At night, clouds act as a blanket by
The transformation of matter from solid state to liquid state is called
The direct transformation of solid to gas is called
When Dry Ice (solid CO2) turns from a solid into a gas, the amount of energy in the solid must:
Which of the following states of matter has the MOST energy?
Which of the following states of matter has the LEAST energy?
An example of a liquid aerosol is
An example of a solid aerosol is
An example of an emulsion is
When frost is deposited (water turns from a gas into a solid) on a surface, the amount of energy in the water:
Whipped Cream is an example of a:
Which of the following symbols correspond to an element's old name, rather than its English name?
Which of the following symbols correspond to an element's old name, rather than its English name?
The element most likely to be found as a gas is:
This family has full outer shells of electrons:
When lithium and oxygen bond, the most likely formula would be:
The name for a compound made out of Sodium and Chlorine would be:
The name for a compound made out of Potassium and Sulfur would be:
Which of the following is a diatomic gas?
Elements in which family have full outer shells of electrons, and are non-reactive?
The Element Uranium has how many neutrons?
The chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell contain a code known as
DNA stands for
Budding and regeneration as two types of
In _______________ reproduction, organisms are produced from only one parent.
The joining of egg and sperm is called
Two sex cells join to produce a new individual in ______________ reproduction.
Division of the nucleus that produces two nuclei with the same genetic information is called
What is formed during meiosis?
Sex cells from the female reproductive system are called ____________.
Sex cells from the male reproductive system are known as __________.
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An instrument used to draw circles and arcs is a?
This protects lines from being erased accidentally?
The banana republics of Central America were
American business leaders favored expansion in order to
Americans sided with the Cuban rebels against Spain as a result of
The first action of the Spanish-American War took place in
As a result of the peace treaty with Spain, the United States gained
The United States annexed Hawaii because
In China, the United States competed with other nations for
Among Latin Americans, United States actions related to the Panama Canal created
President Taft was known for a foreign policy based on
Both Roosevelt and Taft wanted to maintain
Taft’s approach to foreign affairs was undermined by
Anti-imperialists argued that imperialism rejected the principle of
Some anti-imperialists feared the existence of
Anti-imperialists also objected to the
To others, foreign lands were new frontiers that would help Americans
The cruise of the Great White Fleet showed that
People in foreign lands turned against the United States when it
A drafting instrument used to make measurements
A pentagon is a closed figure with ____ sides
A hexagon is a closed ____ sided figure.
A triangle that has two sides of equal length is an (a)__________ triangle.
Circles that share the same center are called_____________.
Bisect means to.......
Lines are perpendicular when they .....
Lines that are parallel.......
In a multiview drawing, these views are known as the normal views.
In a multiview drawing, the front view shows exact __________ and _____________.
In a multiview drawing, the top view shows exact __________ and _____________.
In a multiview drawing, the right-side view shows exact __________ and _____________.
The process of projecting two or more views of an object onto imaginary planes by drawing lines perpendicularly from the object to the planes is called...........
In a multiview drawing a cone appears as a triangle in the front view and a _________ in the top view. (I recommend you draw this on a piece of scratch paper)
A cylinder shown in three views would appear as a ___________ in one view and __________ ‘s in the other two views. (I recommend you draw this on a piece of scratch paper)
To keep numbers from getting crowded, the first row of dimensions should be spaced at least ________ from the object.
To keep numbers from getting crowded, the second row of dimensions should be spaced at least ________ from the first row of dimensions.
The American National Standards Institute and the International Standards Organization are 2 organizations that set the rules for drafters, architects, and engineers.
When dimensioning your text height should be set to.....
In the unidirectional system of dimensioning, dimensions are always read from the _______ of the sheet.
President Kennedy’s policy in Vietnam was to
Escalation of the war in Vietnam began with the
American soldiers fighting in Vietnam had to cope with
Civilians in both North Vietnam and South Vietnam had to suffer the effects of American efforts to destroy roads and bridges through
In the United States, television was instrumental in
Some Americans questioned the fairness of the draft because
People who opposed fighting the war on moral or religious grounds were known as
The Vietnam War finally ended in 1975 when
What did the United States fear would happen if it did not get involved in Vietnam?
What congressional action gave President Johnson the authority to escalate the Vietnam War?
Which of the following conditions did Americans fighting in Vietnam experience?
What was the primary focus of the protest movement of the 1960s?
Tensions between students who opposed the war and National Guardsmen resulted in four deaths at
In 1970, President Nixon announced that American forces would invade which country?
How did the Vietnam War finally end in 1975?
Why did South Vietnamese military leaders overthrow Diem?
What was President Johnson’s objective in Vietnam?
What did Congress do after the North Vietnamese attack in the Gulf of Tonkin?
What principle, described by President Eisenhower, became associated with American involvement in Southeast Asia?
American soldiers were confused to discover that many South Vietnamese people
Word identifies possible misusage by examining the context in which the word is used. This feature is called ____ spell checking.
____ corrects common capitalization, spelling, grammar, and typing errors as yo type.
____ are building blocks yo ucreate from frequently used text, such as a name, address, or slogan, and then save so that you can access them easily.
A(n) ____ is any small character that appears before an item.
____ are solid, dotted, or dashed lines that fill the blank space before a tab setting.
Remember that you create a new paragraph every time you press ____, so a paragraph can be a single line or even one word.
If you select text, the ___ displays the number of words in the selection.
You can click a pin next to a file in the ____ list to keep that file pinned to the list.
____ are pictures that help illustrate the meaning of the text and make the page more attractive.
A(n) ____ is a shape specifically designed to hold text.
A(n) ____ is a special type of label in a drawing that consists of a text box with an attached line to point to something in the drawing.
To create columns in your document, you click the ____ tab on the ribbon.
You can use Word's ____ tools to create your own graphics in your document.
A(n) ____ is text that is printed at the bottom of each page.
The intersection of a row and column is called a(n) ____.
The place where one page ends and another beings is called a(n) ____.
A(n) ____ is an arrangement of text or numbers in rows and columns, similar to a spreadsheet.
____ arranges a list of words in ascending order or in descending order.
To insert customized information in the body of the letter using mail merge, you have to add the data to the ____.
You can use ____ to help you create consistent looking documents that contain the correct information.
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What is the name of this solid?
What part of this fraction is orange?
How many faces does this shape have?
Is it certain or impossible to pull a fruit from this bowl?
Are these stars congruent?
Is this butterfly symmetrical?
What part of the fraction is showing?
Is it certain or impossible to pull a baseball from this basket?
How many cupcakes would each child get to receive a fair share?
How many sides does this shape have?
The rules that the thirteen original states made after they declared independence from Great Britain.
The rules that establish the U.S. government and tell the government what its job s are.
the special meeting of United States statesmen who drafted the United States Constitution in 1787
Rules that give each branch of government some power to control the power of the other branches.
A change to the Constitution. There have been 27 of these made to the Constitution.
The first ten amendments to the Constitution. They say the government cannot take away certain rights
a war between the United States and England which was trying to interfere with American trade with France
The group of elected representatives who make the laws of the United States and makes up the legislative branch. It has two groups, called the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.
The system of two levels of government—a government for the whole country and governments for each state.
The people who attended the constitutional convention and drafted and created the Constitution in 1787.
How many states had to approve an amendment to the Articles of Confederation?
Which leader of the Constitutional Convention is known as the
According to the _____________ plan, a state's population would determine the number of representatives it had in the legislature
According to the _____________ plan, states would have an equal amount of representatives in the legislature
The Great Compromise was also known as _____________________
Which branch of government is responsible for making laws?
The system where each branch of govt. has the ability to limit the power of the other branches is known as....
Why were the Articles of Confederation written?
Which branch of government includes the president and carries out the laws?
Which branch of government interprets, or explains the laws?
New” products that European nations sought to obtain from colonies in Africa and Asia in the
In the nineteenth century, imperialism
Thailand
Among the first British colonies in West Africa was
Muhammad Ali
David Livingstone
The Boers were predominantly of what ethnic background?
The Great Trek
Which of the following pairs, naming the European power and its African holding, is not correct?
By combining the old Cape Colony and Natal with the Boer Republics in 1910, the British created the
The Sepoy Mutiny was caused by
The Suez Canal linked the Mediterranean Sea and the ____.
A major goal of David Livingstone’s explorations was to find a
By 1914 only ____ and ____ remained free states in Africa.
Indirect rule in Africa had all these unfortunate features EXCEPT
What was the “white man’s burden”?
Which of the following led a movement for independence in the Philippines?
President Millard Fillmore sent a naval expedition to Japan to
How can you relate DMX to Teddy Roosevelt?
What ship exploded in Havana Harbor causing the Spanish American War
Plant cells make glucose molecules from ___.
The energy that powers photosynthesis comes from ___.
Plants look green to us because chlorophyll absorbs ___.
Oxygen, one of the byproducts of photosynthesis, is used by plants during ___.
Carbon dioxide enters and oxygen is released from a leaf through the ___.
The loss of water through stomata is called ___.
In a process called ___, plants convert energy stored in food into a form of energy that cells can use.
Most of the water absorbed by a plant's roots is needed to replace the water lost during ___.
During ___, energy from sunlight is used to make sugar.
When stomata are open, water vapor diffuses out of a leaf in a process called ___.
A houseplant that is bending toward a sunlit window is ___.
The root tips of most plants show ___.
Leaves become red and orange in autumn because ___.
A stimulus to which a plant will respond is ___.
When the plant cells on the dark side of a shoot grow longer than the cells on the other side, this causes the shoot to bend toward the sunlight. This is an example of ___.
The maple tree, which loses its leaves each year, is ___.
The tendency of shoot tips of plants to grow and bend toward the light is called ___.
Day length and night length have an effect on a plant's growth. This is an example of the influence of __.
Choose the answer that is MOST accurate from the choices below. A tropism is growth in response to ___.
Plants that have leaves year round are ___.
a book of maps
a broad, flat area of high land
articles made from clay that are shaped while moise and hardened by heat
a kind of home built by Seminole Indians made of bypress tree logs and palmetto bushes
a grain which has kernels of various colors (mostly yellow); an important food source
a temporary house made of blocks of snow or ice in the form of a dome
home built by the Hopi Indians; made of stone and mud and stood several stories high
a social event or ceremony used by the Kwakiutl Tribe; usually marked important events such as weddings, feasts, etc.
a cone-shaped tent, usually covered with animal skins, used as a home by Indians of the plains
Kwakiutl homes made of tree wood; also known as longhouses
A cell that has two of every kind of chromosome is *********.
Once mitosis is complete, the splitting of the cytoplasm or ******* occurs.
In a Punnett square, a capital letter stands for a ********* allele.
A Punnett square shows you all the ways in which ******* can combine.
Blood type in humans is controlled by ******** alleles.
Mendel called plants that received different alleles for a trait from each parent*****.
Of the following, which represents a homozygous recessive genotype?
What is produced by mitosis?
Most of the life of any cell is spent in a period of growth called ********
The process that produces sex cells is *******.
Haploid numbers of chromosomes are usually found in the ***** of an organism.
Each human skin cell has ****** pairs of chromosomes.
The passing of traits from parents to offspring is ********
If you cross two rabbits that have the genotype Bb, how many possible genotypes can be found in the offspring?
Of the following, which is NOT a human blood phenotype?
******* used plants to study the way traits are passed from parents to offspring.
The set of instructions for each characteristics donated by the parent to the offspring is called****
For the cross, pp (a white flower) and PP (a purple flower); what would the phenotype be?
In meiosis,
If you cross a white flower, pp, with a purple flower, PP, the possible genotypes of the offspring are
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A reference to a statement, person, place, event or thing that is known from literature, history, religion, myths, or politics.
The reasons that compel a character to act as he or she does.
The uncertainty or anxiety a reader feels about what will happen next in a story.
A repeated word, phrase, line, or group of lines.
The process by which the writer reveals the personality of the character.
This occurs when a character struggles between opposing needs, desire, or emotions witihin himself or herself.
An adjective or other descriptive phrase that is regularly used to characterize a person, place, or thing.
A subdivision in a long poem, similar to a chapter in a book.
A triplet or stanza of three lines, in which each line ends with the same rhyme.
An interlocking, three-line stanza form with the rhyme scheme aba bcb cdc ded, and so on.
A journey taken in search of something of value.
The term used to describe a character's excessive pride.
When you start Power Point the first slide you is the ___ slide.
Predesigned graphic styles that can be applied your slides are called ____.
A(n) ___ is how one slide is removed from the screen and the next one appears.
A ____ is an electronic slide show that allows you to present and deliver your message.
____ are organized into entrance, emphasis, exit, and motion paths categories.
____ are already formatted with certain themes, graphics, colors, fonts, and layouts.
To apply a theme to a presentation, first click the ___ tab on the Ribbon.
When you insert a new slide you can select the ____. It contains placeholders for slide titles, text, and content.
On the Ribbon, on the Home tab, in the Slides Group, click the ____ button to insert a new slide.
Which of the following statements is true about Power Point presentations?
Which of the following is considered bad digital etiquette or manners?
Joe's computer crashed and now he is looking for a replacement. Which of the following criteria is the least important?
Which of the following is NOT one of the four basic operations of a computer?
Which of the following is a way computers benefit the workplace?
Windows 7 is a(n) ____.
A(n) ____ is software which checks information coming from the Internet or network.
A(n) ____ is a unique name which identifies a person to Windows 7.
Microsoft Office is a collection of ____ programs.
When you need to find a particular file, you should use the ___ box.
An increase in which of the following is needed for all workers in today's society to receive higher paying jobs?
After you type the first four letters, ____ suggests the complete word.
Examples of text ____ are adding bold, italics, or underlining to words to emphasize them.
Like font styles, font effects are ___ commands-a font effect is either turned on or off.
___ refers to positioning of text between the top and bottom margins of a document.
You can copy the format of selected text to other text by using the ____
To change text to italic, press the ___ keys.
To change the font, locate the ___ group on the Home tab on the ribbon.
In a new paragraph, if you type the number 1 followed by a period, and then press the Tab key, Word assumes that you are trying to create a(n) ____.
Text alignment can be set with left, right, center, or ___ tab stops.
Click the Paste button or pressing Ctrl+V pastes the contents of the Office ____ into the document.
The tabs on the Ribbon organize the commands into related tasks. The commands on each tab are organized into ____.
____ Preview lets you see how a gallery option affects your file without making the change.
When using ____ software such as Word, you can easily create and edit documents, such as letters and reports.
A workbook is created in ____.
Press the Keyboard shortcut ___ to go to the beginning of the line.
The ____ command allows you to see the hidden formatting marks.
A ___ pane is a pane, like a window pane, that opens on the right or left side of the program window.
Columns are easy to create in Word. You click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon, and then click the ____ button in the page setup group.
The squares and circle that appear on the selection rectangle are called ____
A(n) ____ is a word with a similar meaning for a word in your document
Which of the following is an effect of Plate tectonic movements?
A Population distribution map would show that most people in the world live
The Western side of a mountain receives
What can be concluded about human settlements from the following sentence? World History most people have lived in various climates and regions, such as deserts , grasslands, savannas, islands, etc...
The dry ( leward side of the mountain) is called:
After an Earthquake a giant ocean wave is created. What is the name for that wave?
A large flat area is called a:
Deserts, Mountains, and Tropical Rain forest affect regions by:
Which two factors have an effect on climate?
What physical process is responsible for creating the Himalayan Mountains?
Which of the following was a major economic argument for expansion?
Which of the following demonstrated enforcement of the Monroe Doctrine?
Which event led to the Spanish-American War?
Which was a result of the Spanish-American War?
Why was the Open Door Policy important to the United States?
Why did many of Roosevelt’s opponents disapprove of his actions in Panama?
What was the central message of the Roosevelt Corollary?
What connection was made between imperialism and the American frontier?
The United States followed a policy of expansionism in the late 1800s because
The United States reaffirmed the Monroe Doctrine in the late 1800s by
In the 1890s, William R. Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer used their newspapers to
A main goal of the United States during the Spanish-American War was to
The building of the Panama Canal was important because it
President Theodore Roosevelt is often remembered for
To support their view, anti-imperialists argued that
The United States acquired control of the Canal Zone by
European and American imperialism grew partly as a result of
Under imperialism, the stronger nation attempts to
The Monroe Doctrine and social Darwinism contributed to
The United States annexed the Midway Islands to set up
A drafting instrument that consists of a head that lines up with the true edge of a drafting board is a T-square.
The two triangles used in drafting consist of one with a 45º and 90º angle and one with a 30º, 60ºand 90º angles.
An HB drafting pencil has a hard/thick lead.
When a polygon is circumscribed, it fully encloses a circle that tangent to all sides of the polygon.
When a polygon is inscribed, it fully encloses a circle that is tangent to all sides of the polygon.
A line can be considered tangent when it intersects a cirlce.
In a multiview drawing the top view is directly above the front view.
In a multiview drawing, the right-side view is directly to the left of the front view.
The precision for our units in the DIMSTYLE settings should be set to
A hidden line is a line consisting of a series short dashes that represents a feature hidden from view.
Another name for size description is dimensioning.
A dimension line is a thin line that shows where a measurement begins and ends.
Arrowheads are placed at the ends of dimension lines to show where a dimension begins and ends.
Extension lines extend about 3” past the last dimension line.
In the aligned system for dimensioning, the dimensions are placed in line with the dimension lines.
ANSI standard drawing sheet size A is
ANSI standard drawing sheet size B is
ANSI standard drawing sheet size C is
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Which of the following are traits that you probably inherited?
___ developed a square that is used to visualize all the possible combinations of alleles in offspring resulting fom a genetic cross.
Humans produce sex cells through a process called ____.
The organisms appearance is known as its ____.
What occurs at anaphase 1 of meiosis?
What occurs at prophase 2 in meiosis?
What occurs at telophase 2 of meiosis?
Men and Women have entirely different kinds of chromosomes.
Men and women have a different number of chromosomes.
You can tell the difference between men and women just by looking at a photograph of their chromosomes.
In the cross Tt and Tt, what would the top left box be?
In the cross Tt and Tt, what would the bottom left box be?
In the cross Tt and Tt, how many of the offspring will be tall?
Which indicates the correct order of mitosis?
Organisms with two different alleles for a trait
Physical appearance of an organism
Helps determine the chance that something will occur
Genetic make-up of an organism
When an intermediate form is expressed in offspring
A genetics tool that uses letters to represent dominant and recessive alleles
A factor that seems to disappear
When there are two alleles that are exactly the same
A factor that covers up another factor
Passing on of traits from parents to offspring
Which blood type is the universal donor?
Which blood type is the universal acceptor?
What is an example of an external environmental influence?
In a cross of a homozygous tall plant and a homozygous short plant, what will the genotypes of the offspring be?
In what type of reproduction does meiosis occur?
In what type of reproduction does mitosis occur?
When recording observations:
An anecdotal record would be most helpful for noting:
To observe children effectively:
Child care professionals observe children's behavior for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
Appropriate art activities for children emphasize all of the following skills EXCEPT:
The BEST example of an open-ended art activity is:
The scribbles stage of artistic development is characterized by:
Each of the following approaches to art by an early childhood educator is positive EXCEPT:
The item LEAST likely to be used in a collage is
A teacher might demonstrate the principle of process versus product by:
I was King of Thailand that kept the nation neutral during the Age of Imperialism
I set up Cuban concentration camps during the Cuban Uprising
The belief that the White Race/ English speaking people had the right to colonize the rest of the World
The second independent nation in Africa, a liberation colony for freed slaves
Passive Resistance
You would never want to be imperialized this way
This system wa created in South Africa due to the Age of Imperialism
INC
Sensational Journalism
The Imperial Empires came to an end after this War
Is this snowflake symmetrical?
Do these children have a fair share of hot dogs?
What is this orange cut into?
Are these hearts congruent?
How many faces does a pyramid have?
How many edges does a cube have?
Does a cylinder roll?
Does a rectangular prism roll?
Do these boys have a fair share of juice?
Can a rectangle be the shape of a face on a rectangular prism?
Tribe from the southeast; originated in Florida; ate fish & small animals; lived in homes called chickees
Arctic region tribe; Ate fish, seals, & whales; Lived in igloos
Southewestern tribe; lived in pueblos; ate beans, pumpkins, rabbits
lived in plateau region, between the plains and northwest; ate moose, bear, salmon; built homes out of mud
Northwestern tribe; access to Pacific Ocean; ate fish & whales; Used large trees to build plankhouses
Tribe from the great plains; ate maize and buffalo; lived in tipis
What was the main source of food for Native Americans of the far north?
Native American of the Desert were less like to grow their own food because...
Which of the following do you think were least likely to be expert fishers?
Where did the Seminole settle?
Tribe from the southeast; originated in Florida; ate fish & small animals; lived in homes called chickees
Arctic region tribe; Ate fish, seals, & whales; Lived in igloos
Southewestern tribe; lived in pueblos; ate beans, pumpkins, rabbits
lived in plateau region, between the plains and northwest; ate moose, bear, salmon; built homes out of mud
Northwestern tribe; access to Pacific Ocean; ate fish & whales; Used large trees to build plankhouses
Tribe from the great plains; ate maize and buffalo; lived in tipis
What was the main source of food for Native Americans of the far north?
Native American of the Desert were less like to grow their own food because...
Which of the following do you think were least likely to be expert fishers?
Where did the Seminole settle?
What are the 2 types of crust?
Which of these is NOT one of the 5 main layers of the Earth?
The lithosphere includes the crust and
The Earth's core is made of iron and
Which layer of the Earth is the densest layer?
What is the bottom part of the upper mantle and the top part of the lower mantle called?
What is the flow of heat by touch?
What is the flow of heat by currents?
In which of Earth's layers do convection currents occur to transfer heat?
Who first proposed the theory of continental drift?
Who first proposed the theory of continental drift?
Who stated that super heated liquids under the Earth's surface were responsible for continental drift?
Wegener explained _______ happened in his theory of continental drift.
Holmes explain _____ continental drift occurred.
What is created when the sea floor spreads?
Mountain chains built by sea-floor spreading on the ocean floor are called
Why is sea-floor spreading considered constructive?
What is the theory that the Earth's lithosphere is divided into 7 major peices?
How far do Earth's tectonic plates move each year?
What is the place called where 2 tectonic plates meet?
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How many Senators are there in Congress?
Who elects Congress?
Which of the following is NOT a Senator form Wisconsin?
For How Long do we elect each Senator?
How many voting Representatives are there in the House of Representatives
For how long do we elect each Representative?
How many times may a Congressman be reelected?
How many times may a Senator be re-elected?
Which of the following is NOT a major political party in the US at this time?
Why are there 100 Senators in the Senate?
Who has the power to declare war?
Where in Washington DC does the Congress meet?
What is the United States Capitol building?
What are all things made of?
What do pure iron and pure gold have in common?
What are the three kinds of particles inside an atom?
Scientists identify an ammonia molecule as NH₃. How many hydrogen atoms are there in one molecule of ammonia?
How would scientists identify a molecule that contains two hydrogen (H) atoms, one sulfur (S) atom, and four oxygen (O) atoms?
Molecule is to atoms as jigsaw puzzle is to __________.
When mixing two liquids together, what could the result be?
Which of these is an example of a physical change?
Which of these is an example of a chemical change?
After baking a cake, it is hard to turn the cake back into its original ingredients. Why is this so?
The more ________ an atom has, the more it will weigh.
What kind of chemical compound could be made just by combining carbon (C) and oxygen (O) atoms?
Who is the President of the United States today?
Who is the Vice President of the United States today?
Who elects the President of the United States?
Who becomes president of the U.S. if the president should die?
For how long do we elect the President?
What is the executive branch of the U.S. Government?
How may terms can a president serve?
According to the Constitution, a person must meet certain requirement in order to be eligible to become president. Which of these is NOT one of these requirements?
Who signs bills into law?
What special group advises the President?
Which president freed the slaves?
What is the White House?
Who is the commander in Chief of the U.S. Military
What is the name of the president's official home?
Who was the first commander in chief of the U.S. Military?
In What month do we vote for the president?
In what month is the new president inaugurated
Where is the White House located?
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The “baby boom” that followed World War II contributed to
Who published a book in 1962 that started the environmental movement?
The theory that men and women are politically, socially, and economically equal is called
Cesar Chávez gained prominence when he
During the 1960s and 1970s, Asian Americans
Dennis Banks and George Mitchell were known for all of the following except
. At the Woodstock festival, 400,000 people gathered for
A major theme of the book Silent Spring, which helped start the environmental movement
Ralph Nader is most closely associated with the
As a result of their experiences in the civil rights movement, many women learned the importance of
You assume a small move in a particular direction results in the most extreme move in that direction
Having a connection with the topic being argued
Who the argument is intended to persuade.
A generalized belief about a group of people.
The first sentence in a body paragraph that includes a subject (or fact) and an opinion/reason for the paragraph.
Addressing why the counter-argument is not as strong of an argument as your position
Subjective statements, wording examples used by the author that make their argument unreliable
To prove with clear evidence
To present reasons for or against a thing.
A collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn
Author's perspective or feelings or opinion about a topic
To quote or mention
Warning readers of possible negative consequences
To be against something
A challenge to a position; an opposing argument
Able to be trusted in or believed
Anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact.
An arguable statement, which may be of fact, value, or policy.
Writing that urges people to action or encourages change
A contradictory statement.
A character's tragic flaw is known as his or her
A term used to describe the punishment of souls by a process either resembling or contrasting with the sin carried out during life.
An epic's larger-than-life main character whose mighty deeds reflect the values admired by the society that created the epic.
A story in which the characters, settings, and events stand for abstract or moral concepts.
A pattern that appears in literature across cultures and is repeated through the ages. It can be a character, a plot, an image, or a setting.
A long, narrative poem that relates the deeds of a larger-than-life hero who embodies the values of a particular society.
In literature, a word, character, object, image, metaphor, or idea that recurs in a work or several works.
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The most appropriate response to a child's artwork is:
All of the following statements are true of the role of play EXCEPT:
A child who scolds a doll for misbehavior shows how dramatic play provides opportunities to demonstrate:
A significant difference in the dramatic play of toddlers as compared to preschoolers is:
Dramatic play for school-age children differs from that of preschoolers in that:
An example of the BEST way to begin exploring the community with children is:
The MOST effective way to teach children about cultural diversity is:
The primary aim of a well-planned social studies curriculum for young children is:
All of the following are apropriate environmental concepts for a preschool social studies curriculum EXCEPT:
The most important concept about families that a social studies curriculum can teach is:
The BEST example of a teachable moment in science or math is:
science and math activities commonly enhance all of the following skills EXCEPT:
Growing plants is a valuable science project for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
The question that BEST demonstrates how math integrates with real life is:
Rearranging telephone numbers from smallest to largest
Placing a golf ball and a ping pong ball in a tub of water to observe the results
Making a separate pile for each type of animal cracker found in a box
Searching for circular objects after the teacher holds up a paper circle
Predicting that, if an egg turns blue in blue dye, and egg will turn red in red dye.
Lining up balls in this order: ping-pong ball, tennis ball, softball, beach ball
Mixing different colors of paint to see what color each combination produces
Placing the numeral four beside a picture of four ducklings
Nesting a set of mixing bols with smaller ones inside larger ones
Counting tablespoons of flour while helping to prepare a recipe
Cheering for a teammate in a relay activity
Riding a bicycle to relieve stress after school
Sincerely vowing to play fair after breaking a rule in a game
Remembering hiding places in a game of hide and seek
Strengthening leg muscles while pretending to gallop like a horse
Throwing bean bags into an empty container
Walking or riding along twisting, turning paths
Mimicking the actions of another child
Bringing a parachute down around one child while another child runs beneath it
Standing motionless when touched by one certain child
Trying to leap across two ropes laid parallel on the ground
Teachers help eliminate_____by showing respect for all people regardless of appearance or abilities
A teacher who ____play encourages children to think creativiely about how to use play materials
Watching two children pretend to be farmers in the dress-up area, a teacher asked them what foods they might grow on their farm. The teacher had recognized and capitalized on a ____________.
_________, such as snap beads and clay, help children refine fine motor skills while stimulating creativity.
_________materials help teach children to achieve a certain goal by following directions
What was the difference between a peasant and a serf?
What code gave us the basis for western ideas of good manners?
What is the holy book of Islam?
What was the main purpose of the castle in the Middle Ages?
Who was bound to the land they farmed in the Middle Ages?
What was the purpose of the Inquisition?
What did the Germanic tribes that invaded Europe after Rome fell do?
During the Middle Ages, why wasn't there a middle class?
Why were the Crusades important?
Who held the political power within a feudal territory?
Which of these cause slow changes to Earth's surface?
Which of these is a property of rocks and minerals?
What occurs when Earth's plates move sideways past each other?
Rapid changes to Earth\\\'s surface can be caused by earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides
Soil is made up of
If you classify a mineral as dull and dark, you are describing the mineral\\\'s
Which of the following events could be the result of many days of continuous rainfall?
What is one benefit of a volcanic eruption?
Which characteristic below is NOT part of the description of a mineral?
Rocks can NOT be weathered or eroded by
What metric measurement would you use to measure the amount of milk in your carton at lunch?
What metric measurement would you use to measure the distance across Virginia?
What metric measurement would you use to measure the length of your pencil?
What metric measurement would you use to measure the width of a dime?
What metric measurement would you use to measure the amount of water in a bathtub?
What metric measurement would you use to weigh an apple?
What metric measurement would you use to weigh a large adult cat?
At what temperature on the Celsius scale does water boil?
At what temperature on the Celsius scale does water freeze?
What metric measurement would use to find the length of a piece of notebook paper?
A cell is placed in a new solution. There is an 8% concentration of substances inside the cell, and a 12% concentration of substances outside the cell. The cell membrane is not permeable to these substances. Which of these best describes what will
Which of the following processes is required for sexual reproduction?
What is the role of a cell's flagellum?
A scientist measured the pH of four fluids in an organism. Which fluid is a strong acid?
The ability to maintain a relatively constant internal temperature is an example of
The pH of blood is relatively neutral. It is neither an acid nor a base. You would expect the pH of blood to be close to
Sodium ions are found at a lower concentration inside a cell than outside a cell. These ions move from areas of low concentration to areas of high concentration. This process is called
A single-celled organism is exposed to a toxin. What will most likely happen to the organism?
The cell membrane of red blood cells contain channels through which glucose molecules can pass without the expense of energy. The glucose moves from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. This is an example of
Clostridium tenani is a type of bacteria that produces a poisonous substance that causes tetanus in the human body. The most common form of the condition is characterized by a locked jaw, stiff neck, and stiff muscles. The poisonous substance is ca
All solutions have the following properties except that the
Which of the following statements applies to the dissolved solute particles in a solution?
Which two substances are miscible in all proportions?
An alloy is an example of a
All of the following are solutions except
Solutions with water as the solvent are called
Molarity is expressed as
Solution concentration expressed as moles of solute/kilograms of solvent is known as
One way to measure solution concentration is by mole fraction, which is expressed as
To express a solution concentration in molality, you need to know all of th following except
When a warm air mass and a cold air mass meet, what is likely to happen?
What two tools are used to collect wind direction and wind speed data?
How does heat from the sun affect the temperature of our atmosphere?
Which is NOT a feature of the weather?
What is true of all air masses?
From which direction does most weather move?
What kinds of data does a weather map show?
Which weather conditions can be measured using tools?
Which weather tool measures air temperature?
What is a weather front?
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In the _______ zone, the water is cool and dark.
Which organism produces most of the food in an aquatic ecosystem?
Which of the following is NOT characteristic of wetlands?
An estuary functions as a mineral trap due to
What are two main types of freshwater wetlands?
Which of the following is NOT characteristic of salt marshes and mangrove swamps?
Which of the following is a threat to coral reefs?
Why doesn't photosynthesis occur in deep ocean water?
What is NOT a characteristic of life?
What are made up of cells?
What does unicellular mean?
What is the correct order of organization?
Cells working together to perform a certain function make up
What is more complex: The brain or the nervous system?
Entire living things that can carry out all life's processes are called:
Lacey is hanging out at the park with friends. Her phone rings and she answers it. What is the stimulus?
A response is
What is homeostasis?
When you get too hot, your body sweats to help cool you down
A caterpillar changes into a butterfly
A bacteria splits and forms 2 bacteria
A dog sees a cat and runs after it
Your body breaks down food to gain energy
Darwin's Finches developed differently shaped beaks over generations
It is important to keep careful records of a science experiment because...
What happens when light is refracted?
Which is the largest?
One of Earth's rotations equals one day or...
What should you do to keep an object moving?
What are the mediums through which sound will NOT travel?
Which statement is true?
If you are on a seesaw and you are down when your friend is up, what force would you apply if you want to go up?
Why does the volume of sound decrease as it moves farther away from its source?
Which object is transparent?
By 1910, nearly 60 percent of American children were in school because
Public schools played an important role in
The Niagara Movement called for
Which became the most popular American sport during the late 1800s?
The American dream of rising from “rags to riches” was reflected in
During the early 1900s, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was an example of how African Americans
In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court
The act of lynching might best be described as
As women began to make their way into professional jobs, they worked mainly in
The “new woman” of the early 1900s promoted the idea that women should
One effect of the public school system was that it
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, what segment of American society was most likely to attend college?
During the early 1900s, most African Americans who went to college attended
W.E.B. Du Bois argued that African Americans should educate themselves so they could (1 point)
Which best describes the popular amusements of the late 1800s?
How did the Plessy v. Ferguson decision affect racial relations in the South?
Which of the following factors helped to reduce household chores by 1900?
During the late 1800s, women from which of these groups were most likely to work outside the home?
Participation in volunteer organizations helped many women
Why did parents pressure local governments to reform public schools?
How did immigrants regard public education?
Why did African American and Mexican American students benefit less than whites from public education?
What boosted college enrollment in the late 1800s?
Which phrase best summarizes what women and African Americans experienced when they sought to attend college in the late 1800s?
What did Booker T. Washington tell his students to focus on in school?
What did W.E.B. Du Bois encourage students to seek in school?
Which of the following were popular forms of entertainment in the late 1800s?
What effect did bicycling and other sports have on women’s clothing?
What caused newspaper publishers to encourage “sensational” reporting?
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was
How did minstrel shows portray African Americans?
How did southern states keep African Americans from gaining political power?
What was one result of northern whites’ fears of racial equality?
Why was the NAACP founded?
Which of the following provided self-help guidance for African Americans?
Which of the following was not an issue for women in the late 1800s?
What stereotype was used to justify not giving women professional training?
In which fields did most women professionals work?
What development helped women take their first steps toward public life?
How did most women view the woman question by 1900?
What is the Constitution?
Can the constitution be Changed?
What do we call a change to theConstitution?
How many changes or amendments are there to the Constituion?
What is the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government?
What are the duties of the Supreme Court?
What is the supreme law of the land
What is the Bill of Rights?
If both the President and the Vice President die, who becomes president next?
Who is the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
Who nominates Supreme Court Justices?
How many Supreme Court Justices are there?
Where does the Freedom of Speech come from?
What is the minimum voting age in the United States?
What is the highest court in the United States?
Which of the following is NOT a right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights
Which of the following is NOT an amendment that addresses voting rights?
In what year was the Constitution written?
What are the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution called?
Whose rights are guaranteed by the Constitution and Bill of Rights?
How many branches are there in the U.S. government?
Which of the following is NOT one of the branches of the U.S. government?
What is the legislative branch of our government?
Who MAKES the laws in the United States?
What are the 2 houses of Congress called?
What are the duties of Congress?
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Which of the following is a slow change?
The sun SEEMS to move across the sky in what direction?
This is a form of energy that is caused by vibrations
The molecules inside of this state of matter are spread VERY far apart & rarely bump into one another.
This air mass brings clear and sunny skies, if there is precipitation, it is very light and is over very quickly.
This measurement can be taken by dropping the object in water. The amount of water that rises or is displaced gives you the measurement of the object.
This instrument is used to measure time.
This is a slow process that occurs when land is broken down into smaller pieces.
This is the condition of the air in a given place at a given time.
All of these are natural resources EXCEPT:
To determine the concentration of a solution in molarity units, you need to know all of the following except
A solution that contains as much solute as can possibly be dissolved under the existing conditions is said to be
Supersaturated solutions are characterized by
In solution formation, energy is needed to
Energy is always given off in solution formation when
The energy involved in the formation of a solution will be
Which of the following is not an important factor influencing solubility?
Common nonpolar solvents include all of the following except
Ionic solids best dissolve liquid solvents that are
Which of the following's solubility is most affected by pressure?
Why can water dissolve NaCl, where as hexane cannot?
The extent to which a solute dissolves in a solvent is determined by all of the following except
How do yu prepare a supersaturated solution?
The rate at which a solid solute can be dissolved in a liquid solvent can be increased by
All of the following are colligative properties except
Colligative properties of solutions depend on the
Which concentration unit is used when calculating colligative properties relating to boiling point elevation?
Receiving an injection of pure water would be painful because
Compared to the pure solvent, the boiling point of a solution is
The molal freezing point constant, K,
Sound is caused by
An object that lets most light pass through is
Two properties of sound are
The pitch of a sound can be changed by
When light strikes a brick wall
How does light travel through the air?
Sound travels fastest through
A vibrating rubberband makes a sound. If the rubberband begins to vibrate faster
A mirror, a chalk board, and a door are examples of
Which is NOT true about light and sound?
Evidence to prove accused was elsewhere when the crime was committed
A person's past history
Intentional and or reckless act causing someone physical harm
Release by police or court of person held in legal custody while awaiting trail or appeal against conviction
Usually means the three Magistrates sitting in court on a given day
An order issued by the court for the immediate arrest of someone
Written instructions to a barrister from a solicitor relating to the representation of a client in legal proceedings
A court order issued to a person to appear in court
A memorandum at the end of an affidavit which shows details of how the affidavit was sworn ie before whom, when and where
An offence which can only be tried in the Crown Court
Summers are caused by...
The seasons are caused by..
For people in the southern hemisphere, which date marks the beginning of summer?
The shortest day of the year occurs:
Which of the following is not true about earth’s seasons?
If the Earth were NOT tilted, which of hte following would be true?
What would happen to the seasons if the Earth was tilted 30 degree?
What would happen if the Earth was tilted to -23.5 degrees?
How does the intensity of sunlight change as you more away from the equator?
What happens to the length of day as you travel south from the equator on December 22nd.
Does the revolution of the Earth affect the seasons?
What is the tilt of the Earth...in degrees?
True or False. The equator is measured as 0 degrees longitude
During what month is the Earth closest to the Sun?
The prime meridian goes from the North to South pole....True or False
In the Northern Hemisphere, when does the summer solstice occur?
When is the Autumnal Equinox?
True or False....During the Equinox everywhere on Earth has 12 hours daylight and 12 hours of night.
What season is it in Chile on September 30th?
During the Northern Hemisphere's winter solstice the sun is directlyerhead on the Tropic of Cancer....True or False?
What operation sign would you use to find the sum of two numbers?
The prime factors of 12 are...
Which of these numbers are not equivalent to the other?
100x3.876=
Joshua received 85% of all the votes cast in a school election. There were 25 votes cast. How many people voted for Joshua?
89,328-56,746=
Morgan worked a math problem on her calculator. When she finished, the display looked like this. What is the value of the 4 in this number: 0.6543
What number goes in the blank to make a true statement? (7x3)x2=7x(3x__)
Soriya had $37.43 in his wallet. He bought a game for $13.68. How much money does he have left?
What number goes in the blank? 5,9,13,___,21
Which one is a living thing?
Which one is a plant?
All animals need 4 things. Which four things do they need?
Plants need 4 things. Which four things do they need?
Which type of animal has hair, has live babies, and breathes oxygen?
What kind of baby would a frog have?
Where are the roots of the plant?
Which one is a root vegetable?
We eat the seeds from some plants. From which plant would we eat the seeds?
Which animal has sharp teeth?
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Laura has 36 pieces of candy. She wants to divide it among her 4 friends evenly. Write a number sentence for how many pieces each friend will get. Sole.
Benny has 777 yellow and 114 blue marbles. Joan took 279 of Benny's yellow marbles. How many yellow marbles does he now have?
Sandy needs to buy gifts for her 4 family members. She has $28. How much can she spend on each person?
Which of the following most accurately represents the primary reasons for modern wars such as World War I and World War II?
Which of the following is a major cause of World War I that led Germany to increase the size of its navy to compete with Great Britain, leading the British to create the Dreadnaught in an arms race?
The idea that people with the same ethnic origins, language, and political ideals have the right to form sovereign states like the people in Serbia and the rest of the Balkans believed is called
What man’s assassination was the “spark” that led to the domino effect that created World War I?
What document from Germany was intercepted by British intelligence on route to Mexico requesting them to join Germany if the US happened to enter the war?
The League of Nations was the one portion of President Wilson’s proposals at the end of the war in how to deal with punishing Germany. What was the official name of Wilson’s documented “proposal”?
What was the official treaty that ended WWI and made Germany accept blame for starting the war, which was also referred to as the Unequal Treaty by Germans?
What policy by the U.S. Government was made in attempts to keep the United States out of another World War?
The man mainly responsible for spearheading the Russian Revolution against the Tsar and becomes the first leader of the new communist Soviet Union is
The economic and political system in which all means on production are owned by the people, private property does not exist and all goods and services are shared equally among the community is called
This leader came to power in Italy in 1922 after 30,000 of his followers marched on Rome and the king “asked” him to set up a new government.
In Spain, this General took power following a three year civil war and established a Fascist dictatorship.
This form of government believes in extreme nationalism, opposition to Communism, militaristic expansion, and the racial superiority of the “Aryans.”
What form of extreme nationalism was the popular form of government once Hitler took power in Germany and Mussolini in Italy?
What nations comprised the Axis powers of WWII?
What nations comprised the Allied powers of WWII?
Which of the following best describes the Non-Aggression Pact?
What made it possible for the US to provide aid to other nations fighting Germany even though not officially involved in the war?
Who were the political leaders of the Axis Powers?
Who were the political leaders of the Allied Powers?
The new cell that is formed from fertilization is called a(n)
Which is the female sex cell?
What are diploid cells?
Homologous chromosomes are genetically identical
Every living thing has the same number of chromosomes.
What will happen if a zygote has the wrong number of chromosomes?
A cell that has only one chromosome for each pair is called a
Which kind of cells are haploid cells?
Meiosis only occurs to form sex cells.
How many nuclear divisions occur in meiosis?
At the end of meiosis, how many cells are created?
After telophase I, how many cells are created?
The chromosomes are NOT copied during Prophase II.
Meiosis helps maintain the correct number of chromosomes in each generation of offspring.
MItosis provides genetic variation within a population.
The offspring created during asexual reproduction
What is selective breeding?
Fission is where
Sexual reproduction allows for a population to grow very rapidly.
There is little genetic variation in a population that reproduces asexually.
Who is the protagonist of The Necklace?
Who/what is the antagonist of The Necklace?
What is the main conflict of The Necklace?
Which is a possible theme of The Necklace?
What is the point of view of The Necklace?
What is the setting of The Necklace?
Who is the author?
What is the climax of the story?
What do we find out about the necklace at the end of the story?
How much did the Loisels spend to replace the necklace?
excessive praise or flattery
filled with shock or horror
crooked; to one side
extremely depressed
an entire range or series
without interruption
a poor person
chances or possibilities
the lack of a basic necessity
irritation; annoyance
Support given during the learning process which is tailored to the needs of the student
A graphic novel about a student named Jin who deals with racial discrimination
An example of this is a graphic organizer
Developing teaching materials so all students in a classroom can learn effectively, regardless of differences in ability
A small clip that contains effective images and words related to a theme
To justify the content, approaches, strategies, and the assessment chosen
They are measureable and should be linked to students’ cultures/identities, personal and academic needs, learning standards, and assessment
Students with 504 plans need
Students with IEP's need
Those students who did not learn English as a first language are known as
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