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Living and Working with Children
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Exam Prep 2015
1) What is a parenting style? Who came up with authoritarian, authoritative, and permissive styles? : -The manner in which a parent(s) raises there child -Baumrind
2) Define the following: -Authoritative Parenting (Backbone) -Permissive Parenting (Jelly Fish) -Authoritarian Parenting (Brick Wall) : -Authoritative: The right balance, certain rules in place (fair) -Permissive: gives the child everything they want. parent controlled by the child -Authoritarian: Strict rulees with no leeway
3) Explain the 5 Areas of Development: -Physical -Emotional -Social -Moral -Intellectual : physical: development of gross and fine motor skills emotional: expression, understanding, and control over emotions social: interaction with groups/society that fit the "norm" moral: understanding of morality
4) What is the differences between a caregiver and a parent? : both: provide attention, guidance, patience parent: biological bond caregiver: emotional assistance
5) Define Bullying: Also touch on the 4 types of bullying : A person/people using unnecessary force to cause harm by deflecting. physical-bullying through physical violence social/emotional-designed to harm reputation or cause humiliation verbal- using words, or slurs to put someone down cyberbullying- using the internet or social media to bully another

Created on January 24, 2015
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Study Guide Set (1/24/2015)
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1) Hey : Hey

Created on January 24, 2015
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spelling bee 2015
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1) peloton : an ornamental glass
2) altruism : practice of unselfish concern
3) layette : an outfit of clothing
4) amenable : reading or willing to answer
5) cruquette : a small cake or ball

Created on January 24, 2015
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The Civil War Study Guide
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1) You don't need anything for this. You just study off the notes. : .The Civil War began in 1861 and ended four years late in 1865. . Abraham Lincoln was president during the Civil War. .States that wanted to secede and become their own country were located in the South and were called the Confederacy. .States that wanted to remain part of the United States Of America were mostly located in the North and were called the Union.

Created on January 24, 2015
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WOD List 5
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1) stance : attitude
2) exuberant : joyful, exciting
3) monotonous : dull, boring, not interesting
4) ephemeral : short time
5) peevish : crabby, snappish, grumpy

Created on January 24, 2015
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1) xxx : xxxaazzxxzzzz

Created on January 24, 2015
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Planets
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1) Planet : Earth

Created on January 24, 2015
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LRE F. Seasons
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1) a period of the year marked by changes in weather : season
2) the rise and fall of the water level of the ocean : tide
3) any half of the Earth : hemisphere
4) an imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Southern and Northern hemisphere : equator
5) an imaginary line around which Earth rotates : axis

Created on January 23, 2015
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Grade 9 Geography Definitions
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1) Geography : The study of people and places and what people do in those places. Contains a bit of each subject.
2) Formal Region : A region different from the surrounding area such as rich area of town.
3) Functional Region : A region defined by an activity. They are based around a node.
4) Homogeneous Region : Another word for Functional Region.
5) Transition Zone : Where two regions meet and there is a mix. E.g. foothills between mountains and flat land.

Created on January 23, 2015
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Grade 9 Geography Definitions
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1) Geography : The study of people and places and what people do in those places. Contains a bit of each subject.
2) Formal Region : A region different from the surrounding area such as rich area of town.
3) Functional Region : A region defined by an activity. They are based around a node.
4) Homogeneous Region : Another word for Functional Region.
5) Transition Zone : Where two regions meet and there is a mix. E.g. foothills between mountains and flat land.

Created on January 23, 2015
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History Ch. 1-7 Review
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1) A continent with only one country. : Australia
2) Continent that contains Canada, Mexico, and U.S. : North America
3) Continent at the bottom of the world. : Antarctica
4) Ocean that touches the west coast of the U.S. : Pacific Ocean
5) Northern and coldest ocean. : Arctic Ocean

Created on January 23, 2015
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The Pigman Ch. 9-11
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1) assassin : murderer; killer
2) beserk : crazy; insane
3) interrogating : questioning
4) mull : to ponder
5) mundane : ordinary; commonplace

Created on January 23, 2015
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1) ddfdf : fdfdfd
2) vgffffffff : fffffffffff

Created on January 23, 2015
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