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March 27, 2015

Posts by Reed


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art
Is this multiple choice? If so, what are the choices? If not, your class materials (text) should have the answer.
March 7, 2015

Psychology
What is your answer?
March 7, 2015

Education/College level
That's not what your original question asked. Implementation of teaching these skills and competencies should be up to the teacher. Read some of the other articles your browser will bring up on the topic.
March 7, 2015

Education/College level
National Educational Technology Standards http://www.iste.org/standards
March 7, 2015

english
He probably was. What's your question?
March 7, 2015

Geo
No place in the world has only two seasons. Sometimes Americans joke that a state has only two, as in August and Winter because winter lasts a long time and summer is hot and humid, but it's a joke. http://www.livescience.com/25202-seasons.html
March 7, 2015

geography
http://www.geology.com/sea-level-rise
March 7, 2015

Criminal Justice/Probation & Parole
I agree
March 7, 2015

economic
http://www2.aaahq.org/ascLogin.cfm http://www.asc.fasb.org
March 7, 2015

Business Statistics
http://https://www.easycalculation.com/statistics/skewness-coefficient.php
March 7, 2015

English
Who is Katy Perry?
March 6, 2015

Art 7
On question #5, freedom of speech is interpreted to be expression not only in speech (oral communication) but in print, pictures or any other means of communication, including any art form.
March 6, 2015

Art 7
Ms. Sue may have retired for the night. I agree with your answers except for #5. You did not type question #6. Question #8, I don't know the difference between a passive observer and an unresponsive observer. It's a badly worded question, so either would seem to be ...
March 6, 2015

Language Arts
"O Captain..." was by Whitman, not Sandburg, but, yes, the analogy is that the Civil War was a sea voyage and Mr. Lincoln was the captain of the ship.
March 6, 2015

Life science
I'm sure your textbook explains this. If you don't have a textbook, try this: http://www.biologyreference.com › Re-Se
March 6, 2015

LA
Where is your answer? We can't check it until we see it.
March 6, 2015

grammar
Is this multiple choice? What are your choices?
March 6, 2015

englensh
You are to identify "problems" from a reading selection? Read it and find out what problems the blind person has encountered. I don't know what the selection is so can't read it myself.
March 6, 2015

World History
Read those links I gave you carefully.
March 5, 2015

World History
You might consider the idea that "developed" nations (industrialized) were "fittest" to lead less developed nations (and exploit their natural resources). Racism certainly played a role in that the "white" races were considered superior to others...
March 5, 2015

Economy
http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2013/07/productivity-and...
March 5, 2015

World History
http://www.allaboutscience.org/what-is-social-darwinism-faq.htm http://www.world-history.nmhblogs.org/...of-european-imperialism-social-darwinism
March 5, 2015

World History
I think you are wrong on the first of these questions, but correct on the others.
March 5, 2015

History
I disagree. Progressives wanted to REGULATE industrial capitalism, not end it. There was a socialist movement at the time, but that was not "Progressivism."
March 5, 2015

History
Richard Hofstadter, in his book THE AGE OF REFORM, points out that inclusion of "Negroes" was, briefly, a Populist position, but was abandoned. Many Progressives might have been sympathetic, but it was never a popular idea at that time. So, Ms. Sue is right.
March 5, 2015

History
http://www.www.loc.gov › … › Classroom Materials › Presentations and Activities The temperance movement, This points out that the prohibition movement was often ASSOIATED with the Progressive movement. Part of the agenda for the Progressives?
March 5, 2015

History
It was an issue for some, but not really part of the legislative agenda at all. Some pioneering unions at the time also included blacks, but they were not "mainstream" at all.
March 5, 2015

History
Ms. Sue is right. This should be in your text.
March 5, 2015

History
I think C. Prohibition was not a big issue for Progressives. It was a huge issue, and had been since at least the 1870s, but not so much on the Progressive agenda. As always, equal rights for blacks was controversial. President Roosevelt did have Booker T. Washington as a ...
March 5, 2015

using skills
Neither are blocks or buttons pictorial per se, but give a visual experience. Given the "pictorial" parameter, then the picture book is the obvious answer.
March 5, 2015

using skills
I know. If flash cards are used a lot more than the others, go with it!
March 5, 2015

using skills
Again, I'd say all of the above. Are flash cards still used extensively? Your answer seems right, but there is evidence that blocks and buttons are effective tools, too.
March 5, 2015

World History
Nick: A hint about multiple choice questions: If you aren't sure, use the process of elimination. Gandhi was never a leader FOR the British, he advocated Indian independence, did he not? And the mass of Indians did not prosper under the Raj. That leaves B for the above ...
March 5, 2015

World History
You didn't make a choice on #4. You are correct on #5.
March 5, 2015

using skills
I'd say all of the above. But, since not all urban dwellers can see the stars and young children may not be up at night, and volcanos are complicated, I suppose weather is the one thing that all children actually experience.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
If "class" means part of speech (noun, verb, etc.), you are correct.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
Yes, I can see how you might be confused. A dictionary definition of a word may include a sentence in which the word is correctly used. I don't know what a "class" is in this context.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
I don't like these questions. What is meant by "class?" But I'd opt for A also.
March 5, 2015

World History
Yes, it is! :)
March 5, 2015

World History
What I think doesn't matter. What you think does!
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
Correct.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
That's the closest answer, although I might use a different word.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
As I said the first time you posted the question, I agree.
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
You already posted this question. Why did you change your answer? Just guessing?
March 5, 2015

english composition 2
I agree.
March 5, 2015

World History
You're right.
March 5, 2015

reading
I'm not sure what the question means by "format." The first excerpt is a first-person account. The second is a third-person, journalistic account. You take it from there.
March 5, 2015

social studies
If you had read your class materials you'd be able to answer these questions without help.
March 5, 2015

macon state
Please put subject matter in your posting, not your school. And complete the question.
March 5, 2015

L.A
It's very obvious. Yes.
March 5, 2015

Art
I agree. :)
March 4, 2015

Art
What is your answer?
March 4, 2015

marketing principles and information technology
http://www.business-fundas.com/2011/the-4-ps-of-marketing-the-marketing-mix...
March 4, 2015

L,A
Of course it is B! If you've read the play, it's very obvious.
March 4, 2015

L.A
You are correct.
March 4, 2015

guidance and dicipline
Right!
March 4, 2015

guidance and dicipline
I agree.
March 4, 2015

Language Arts
What is your answer? http://www.ehow.com › Education › K-12 › K-12 For Students
March 4, 2015

Language Arts/ Reading
http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu › … › Creating a Thesis Statement
March 4, 2015

sorry one more ss question
Ooops! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction_era
March 4, 2015

sorry one more ss question
Perhaps this will help: http://
March 4, 2015

Religion
Marie, I assume you have read the essay. Do you have questions about what it means, what Clifford's point is?
March 4, 2015

Lititure
Question #3: The word "oster" does not appear in the poem at all, and certainly does not rhyme with "sand." Oster is a proper name. John Oster Company makes electrical appliances. And do you mean "passionate?" Poe is passionate, yes, but that does...
March 4, 2015

Lititure
Thank you, writeacher.
March 4, 2015

Lititure
Right on #1. Your answer to #3 makes no sense. You are right on #4, #5. You did not answer #6. #7 is wrong. #8 is wrong. #9 is wrong.
March 4, 2015

Lititure
Literate people call it LITERATURE, not "lititure." There is no such word as "lititure."
March 4, 2015

Lititure
What are your answers? We can't give them to you.
March 4, 2015

English *Answers Check*
I disagree with your answer to question 1. No maybe, C is correct for question 2. I think C for question 3. C is right for question 4. I think B for question 5 (is it covered by health insurance?) Yes, D is the answer to #6. That is VERY clear in the text.
March 4, 2015

Art Help!!! Thank you
I agree with you on 2 and 3. Courthouses often (not always) have columns and pediments, as did Greek temples.
March 3, 2015

English
You are right. How we interpret a play or any other work of art is highly individual. The only thing I can add, or suggest, is that Mama sees the world and her family as it is in her own eyes, realistically AS SHE SEES IT.
March 3, 2015

English
Well, in common usage today, a purse and a handbag are synonymous, but see the second definition here. A purse is also a small, pocket-size container for carrying money. We usually call them "change purses" because they are handy for carrying coins. They're not ...
March 3, 2015

History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_policy_of_the_United_States http://www.unc.edu/depts/diplomat/item/2005/0709/stat/staten_reality.html
March 3, 2015

History
Basically, the United States was very "isolationist" before the Spanish-American War and World War I. We felt safe, separated by oceans, from the rest of the world and saw no reason to get involved except for trade. World War I changed that, although isolationists ...
March 3, 2015

History
Off the top of my head, in the Progressive Era we/they did not have as much concern about pollution, greenhouse gasses, etc. The science wasn't there yet. The conservationists sought to conserve natural geographic areas, which we still do today, but modern environmentalism...
March 3, 2015

History
That "answers.com" site I a bit hard to use. For TR, here's a concise description of his policies: http://www.historycentral.com/Bio/presidents/t_roosevelt.html
March 3, 2015

History
You're correct. For further info, try these: http://www.answers.com › … › History › History of the United States http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Howard_Taft http://www.woodrowwilsonhouse.org/domestic-policy-achievements http://www.edsitement.neh....
March 3, 2015

civics
http://www/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_War http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1881.html
March 3, 2015

political theory
Sorry the link I intended didn't post. These might help: http://www.studymode.com/essays/Persian-Letters-Troglodyte-And-Harem... http://www.bookdepository.com/Persian-Letters...Montesquieu/9780192806352
March 3, 2015

political theory
I have not read Montesquieu, so perhaps cannot help, but found this web site that features 61 reviews of the Persian Letters. Maybe there's something there that will help you.
March 3, 2015

English
1 and 3 are grammatical. "Oftenest" is not commonly used. I'm not sure it's a word!
March 3, 2015

L.A
Yes, now I understand. And B is wrong, as ms.sue said.
March 2, 2015

L.A
Okay. Responsibility and fee.
March 2, 2015

L.A
None of them look right to me. What is the question asking?
March 2, 2015

L.A
Which definition? For the first, yes. For the second, no.
March 2, 2015

Social studies.
Actually, Polk is famous for having clearly stated goals or "dreams" when he took office, accomplishing them, and going home!
March 2, 2015

Social studies.
I can' think of any events that "shaped" his dream. He did negotiate with Britain over the Oregon border and tried to buy California from the Mexican government before the Mexican War. Maybe that's what the question asks for. Try this site in addition to the ...
March 2, 2015

English
Merriam-Webster OnLine - Dictionary and Thesaurus ... http://www.merriam-webster.com
March 2, 2015

English
What do you think?
March 2, 2015

grammar
I would too. But no comma is needed between "left he." It's debatable whether one is needed before "and saxophone." Old rules said yes, but not so much anymore.
March 2, 2015

Social studies.
You are correct. If you want to read a biography: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_K._Polk
March 2, 2015

social studies 8th
Commanding a state's military force is also not informal.
March 2, 2015

social studies 8th
No.
March 2, 2015

study unit main ideas
What are the clue words?
March 2, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
You've got them right this time.
March 2, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
6 is still wrong, although he may be unruly, too.
March 2, 2015

Goverment
I don't get it, either. How can one ape a concrete rock? What is a men house? The woman was caught commenting on a crime? Constitutions are farmed?
March 2, 2015

Social Studies
http://www.ancienthistory.about.com › … › Asia › Silk Road
March 2, 2015

S.S
http://www.americanusconstitution.com/billofrights.html
March 2, 2015

S.S
Before you blindly take Sam's advice, read the article.
March 2, 2015

S.S
http://www.history.com/topics/articles-of-confederation
March 2, 2015

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