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Cranial Nerves
Identify correct cranial nerves based on number, name or function
1) Which nerve is represents II? http://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/rpi/mmlearn/pmimages/base_of_brain.gif : Optic Nerve
2) Which nerve is represents VIII? http://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/rpi/mmlearn/pmimages/base_of_brain.gif : Vestibulocochlear
3) Which nerve is represents XII? http://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/rpi/mmlearn/pmimages/base_of_brain.gif : Hypoglossal
4) Which nerve is represents V? http://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/rpi/mmlearn/pmimages/base_of_brain.gif : Trigeminal
5) Which nerve is represents III? http://www3.mdanderson.org/depts/rpi/mmlearn/pmimages/base_of_brain.gif : Oculomotor

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Reptilia
Members of a class of air-breathing, cold-blooded vertebrates.
1) http://animal.discovery.com/reptiles/komodo-dragon/pictures/komodo-dragon-picture.jpg A large species of lizard found in the Indonesian islands. : The Komodo dragon
2) http://www.starfish.ch/photos/reptiles-Reptilien/Chelonia-mydas.jpg Can be found in all oceans except for the polar regions. : Sea turtles
3) http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/thegist/wp-content/files/2008/08/python.jpg The largest subspecies of the Indian Python and one of the 6 largest snakes in the world, native to a large variation of tropic and subtropic areas of Southern and Southeast Asia. : Burmese Python
4) http://www.elcivics.com/state-lessons/images/alligator-everglades-florid.jpg Are only native to the United States and China. : Alligators
5) http://www.skitzone.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/australian-saltwater-crocodile01.jpg Species of reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia and tends to congregate in freshwater habitats like rivers, lakes, wetlands and sometimes in brackish water. : Crocodile

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Faecher
Faecher
1) government : Regierung
2) science : Naturwissenschaft
3) health : Gesundheit

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Jennifer Yuker
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Ch 3 Section 1 and 2
Flash cards for Earth Science
1) Solid : A solid has a definite shape and volume.
2) Crystalline solid : solids that are made up of crystals
3) Amorphus solid : the particles are arranged in a regular pattern
4) Liquid : definite volume but no definite shape
5) fluid : a material that can easily flow

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Natalie Daley
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X-Men
Do you know the characters of X-Men as good as you think you do? Let's see... As the picture pops up, name the correct character
1) http://www.citv.co.uk/static/microsites/x-men/xmen_micro_char_beast.jpg : Beast
2) http://www.citv.co.uk/static/microsites/x-men/xmen_micro_char_jubilee.jpg : Jubilee
3) http://www.citv.co.uk/static/microsites/x-men/xmen_micro_char_cyclopse.jpg : Cyclopse
4) http://www.citv.co.uk/static/microsites/x-men/xmen_micro_char_profx.jpg : Professor X
5) http://www.citv.co.uk/static/microsites/x-men/xmen_micro_char_wolverine.jpg : Wolverine

Created on November 08, 2011 by
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Donna Ban
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200 Drugs
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1) Aspirin : acetylsalicylic acid NSAID
2) Celexa : citalopram Anti-Depressant
3) Pantaloc : pantoprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor tablet
4) Lanoxin : digixon tablet Cardiotonic
5) Ventolin : salbutamol aerosol; discus liquid; IV infusion Bronchodilator

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Fluid Systems

1) Dynamics : The behavior of matter when in motion; (physics) the study of why objects move
2) Filter : A component used to remove impurities from air or liquids
3) Centrifugal : Tending to move away from a center
4) Actuator : A device that transfers fluid or electrical energy into mechanical energy
5) Accumulator : A device (as in a hydraulic system) in which a fluid is collected and especially in which it is kept under pressure as a means of storing energy

Created on November 07, 2011 by
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Jason
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Atomic Structure

1) Thomson's Atomic Model : discovered electrons - chocolate chip ice cream model
2) proton : positively charged subatomic particle with a mass of 1 amu - located in the nucleus
3) electron : negatively charged particle with a mass of 1/1836 amu - located orbiting the nucleus
4) neutron : neutral subatomic particle with a mass of 1 amu - located in the nucleus
5) atomic number : the number of protons located in the nucleus of an atom

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Some Spanish Adjectives

1) Quiet : Callado
2) Disorganized : Desordenado
3) Generous : Generoso
4) Funny : Gracioso
5) Organized : Organizado

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Jason
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Curriculum
an all encompassing plan for learning (Play based, Socialization, bodily functions, self-help)
1) Curriculum : an all encompassing plan for learning (play based, socialization, bodily functions, self help)
2) Goals : Knowledge- Culture deems important (Representational, Behavioral) Skills- Intellectual, Academic, Social Dispositions- Enduring havits of the mind. (desire to understand, striving for accuracy. Feelings- Develop feelings
3) Emotional illiteracy : children misinterpret thir own emotions and those of others. Based Skill levels - Perception - Understanding - Managing
4) Children with special needs should recieve help in what kind of environment? : Least restrictive environment, should be placed in general education classroom.
5) Performance Records Require: : -Log Entries (short dated notes) -Anecdotes (give more info than logs) -Checklist (List of behaviors based on program goals) -Ratings (Forced Choice, Semantic Differential, Numerical) -Samples of childrens work (drawings) -Test Scores and diagnostic profile

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Ginny Matthews
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Entomology- Name The Insect Order
Identify the proper insect order based on the image displayed
1) http://www.lesinsectesduquebec.com/insecta/24-coleoptera/coleoptera.JPG : COLEOPTERA
2) http://www.sfu.ca/~fankbone/biol/diptera.jpg : DIPTERA
3) http://www.academiaexchange.net/Pictures/Natural_History/Sweden_folder/lepidoptera.gif : LEPIDOTERA
4) http://lakes.chebucto.org/ZOOBENTH/hemiptera_chart.gif : HEMIPTERA
5) http://sp2.fotolog.com/photo/34/26/39/treebeard/1225946187350_f.jpg : HYMENOPTERA

Created on November 02, 2011 by
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Donna Ban
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Types of Rocks and Fossils

1) minerals : naturally occurring substances that are neither plants nor animals which have its own definite chemical composition
2) igneous rocks : rocks formed from hot, molten rock material that has cooled and hardened
3) sedimentary rocks : rocks formed from bits of rocks pressed or cemented together
4) relative age : describing the age of something compared with the age of another thing
5) metamorphic rocks : rocks that have been changed by heat, pressure, or both

Created on November 02, 2011 by
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Jason
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