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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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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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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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Earthquakes, Plate Tectonics, Volcanoes

1) normal fault : break in rock due to tension forces, where rock above the fault surface moves downward in relation to rock below the fault surface
2) primary waves : waves that travel outward from an Earthquake's focus and cause particles in rocks to move back and forth in the same direction the wave is moving
3) focus : in an earthquake, the point beneath Earth's surface where energy release occurs
4) crust : Earth's outermost layer, which varies in thickness from about 5km to 60km and is separated from the mantle by the Moho Discontinuity
5) athenosphere : plastic-like layer below the lithosphere

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Biosphere

1) Phosphorous Cycle : the movement of phosphorus from the nonliving environment into living things and then back into the nonliving environment
2) Abiotic : any nonliving component of an environment, a nonliving factor or element
3) Nitrogen Cycle : the circulation of nitrogen
4) Evaporation : the process by which liquid changes to an atmospheric gas
5) Carbon Fixation : the incorporation of carbon dioxide into organic compounds

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Electricity and Circuits

1) coulomb : a unit of electrical charge equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second
2) junction point : the location where a circuit divides into multiple poins or where multiple points combine
3) potential energy : stored energy
4) static charge : Build up of electrons on an object
5) Van de Graaff generator : electrical device that produces a high voltage by building up a charge of static electricity

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English Vocab

1) surreptitiously : obtained, done, made, etc., by stealth; secret or unauthorized
2) commend : to present, mention, or praise as worthy of confidence, notice, kindness, etc.; recommend
3) aimlessly : without aim; purposeless
4) ineffable : indescribable or unspeakable
5) impudent : boldly discourteous

Created on November 03, 2011 by
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Mike Hall
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Psychology Terms

1) A process by which experience produces a relatively enduring change in an organism's behavior or capabilities; measured by changes in performance : Learning
2) A type of learning in which behavior is strengthened if followed by reinforcement or diminished if followed by punishment : operant conditioning
3) What is learned by association between behavior and outcome? : operant conditioning
4) The behavior that operates on the environment producing consequences (actual behavior) : operant behavior
5) Increases the probability that the action will be repeated in the future : reinforcement

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Mike Hall
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U.S History Vocabulary Terms

1) Amnesty : the act of granting pardon to a large group of people
2) Bilingualism : the practice of teaching immigrant students in their own language
3) Brinkmanship : the willingness to go to the brink of war to force an opponent to back down
4) Communism : an economic system in which the central government directs all major economic decisions
5) Confederacy : a loose union of independent states; name of government used by the southern states that seceded during the Civil War

Created on November 02, 2011 by
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Jason
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Climate Types On Earth
Types of Climates on Earth
1) Tropical Rainforest : Low-latitude zone; thick rain forest; canopy
2) Tropical Savanna : Low-latitude zone; two seasons - wet and dry
3) Marine West Coast : Mid-latitude zone; winters - rainy and mild; summers - cool; deciduous and coniferous vegetation
4) Mediterranean : Mid-latitude zone; winters - rainy and mild; summers - hot and dry; shrubs and short trees
5) Humid Continental : Mid-latitude zone; winters - long, cold, and snowy; summers - short and hot; deciduous tree and grasslands

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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

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Jason
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Periodic Table Elements

1) Ag : Silver
2) Al : Aluminum
3) Ar : Argon
4) Au : Gold
5) B : Boron

Created on November 02, 2011 by
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Jason
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