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politics
In Grutter v. Bollinger (2003), the Supreme Court ruled in favor of: A. the equal-protection clause. B. the use of race as a diversity factor in law school admissions criteria procedures. C. all forms of affirmative action. D. the exclusionary rule. A?

politics
In ACLU v. Ashcroft (2002), the Supreme Court ruled: A. that the Child Online Protection Act went too far in restricting speech. B. that the Child Online Protection Act was constitutional. C. that the Communications Decency Act protected free-speech rights. D. that neither Act...

politics
The attitude of the Department of Justice toward civil rights groups during the Clinton administration was: A. generally hostile. B. generally supportive. C. one that preferred a “class conscious” approach. D. one preferring a “color-blind” approach. B?

politics
In the past few years, the courts and voters have reduced the impact of: A. equal treatment of all citizens. B. freedom of speech. C. affirmative action. D. the right to a fair and speedy trial. C?

politics
The exclusionary rule refers to: A. those cases that the Supreme Court will not hear. B. a principle upheld in Brown v. Board of Education (1954). C. throwing out evidence obtained by unconstitutional means. D. an intent to withhold information from the courts. C?

children's literature
Books such as Mrs. Biddlebox and No, David are good choices for a discussion about: A. animals. B. music and rhythm. C. detailed illustrations. D. emotions. D?

children's literature
beauty and art C?

children's literature
Aesthetic development increases a person’s appreciation of: A. beauty and numbers. B. art and numbers. C. beauty and art. D. beauty and science. D?

children's literature
A?

children's literature
Choosing activities that are the right developmental level is important to: A. encouraging multiple responses. B. evoking divergent responses. C. helping children feel successful. D. helping students be inventive. D?

children's literature
Creativity supports problem solving in children and is what type of activity? A. Cognitive activity B. Physical activity C. Social activity D. Emotional activity D?

children's literature
If the developmental goal is for children to respond favorably to diverse styles of music and art then, you can provide students with the following activity: • A. encourage careful observation of illustrations. • B. present books that are inventive. • C. ...

children's literature
As you assess your literature curriculum each day, your evaluations should be based on the: • A. students’ enjoyment of the lesson. • B. time spent in the classroom on the lesson. • C. specific goals and objectives of each lesson. • D. students’ ...

children's literature
If the developmental goal is children to exhibit a sensory awareness then, you can provide students with the following activity: • A. encourage careful observation of illustrations. • B. present books that are inventive. • C. organize effective art projects. &#...

children's literature
“The clay ball you made won’t roll? Why do you think it won’t roll? What could you do to make it roll better?” These questions stimulate: • A. language development. • B. spatial learning. • C. developmental play. • D. creative learning. D?

children's literature
i really appreciate your help Ms.Sue!

children's literature
Having students compare the styles of art used in Rosie’s Walk to those in Hattie and the Fox encourages __________ development. • A. social and moral • B. personality • C. aesthetic and creative • D. intellectual C?

children's literature
If you know that a good song choice for your students to sing includes notes between middle C and G, you probably teach __________-year-olds. • A. three • B. four • C. eight • D. ten well,the book said young children, so i think its A?

children''s literature
Which of the following is NOT an example of how to make creative experience enjoyable for the students and yourself? • A. Choosing songs from one topic or theme for the entire year. • B. Organizing art projects so they run effectively and efficiently. • C. ...

children's literature
after reading some researches its probably A

children's literature
With pre-school children, a first step in engaging children in the reading process is to read stories in which characters are faced with a decision to be made and in which there is: A. no clear-cut answer. B. no solution. C. a set of choices provided. D. an obvious solution. i...

math
There are 2 trains, one in Los Angeles and the other one in Denver. Train 1 left Los Angeles at 10am and was traveling east at a speed of 100 mph. Train 2 left Denver at 1pm and was traveling west at 80 mph. Which train is closer to Los Angeles when they meet each other?

math
A boat sails 'm' miles upstream at the rate of 'r' miles per hour. The rate of the stream is 's' miles per hour. How long will it take the boat to return to its starting point?

math
Mr. Bobby bought 50 shares at $60, and 2 months later purchased 25 shares a $56.at what price should he purchase 25 additional shares in order to have an average price $58 per share?

science help
its not c that's all I know, I'm bearly taking it lol

chemistry
If you put 0.25 molar solution of Sodium Chloride (NaCl) in 100 ml of distilled water. ... how much salty precipitate remains in an evaporating dish from 10 ml of solution?

literature
yeah! thank you!

literature
Sharing the names of the authors and illustrators allows children to see: A. that books are created by people. B. that books are real. C. that writing books can be a profession. D. that illustrating books can be a profession. I would think its A Having students visit a petting...

literature
Ms.Sue you are the best, thank you a lot!

literature
Literature supports the building of a readers’s imagination because: A. readers are placing themselves into a story. B. readers relate only to what they know. C. readers are presented with an unstructured picture of life. D. readers are seeing worlds they already know. A...

literature
C, couse little kids do believe whats in the books?

literature
Children under age six often mistakenly think that all stories are: A. real. B. pretend. C. fairy tales. D. meaningless. B ? Children as young as two recognize certain conventions of a story. They specifically recognized: A. plot and setting. B. a formal beginning and title. C...

literature
Units of study can group books in all of the following ways EXCEPT: A. by copyright dates. B. by similar content. C. by author. D. by illustrator. D?

literature
You can often use literature in math, science and social studies to: A. entertain kids who finish their work. B. keep students quiet after a test. C. broaden the study of a topic. D. encourage kids to read nonfiction C ?

literature for kids
thank u!

literature for kids
do u think 3rd graders can read good enough?

literature for kids
Picture books are usually written on a __________ reading level. A. kindergarten B. first-grade C. third-grade D. fifth-grade A?

literature for kids
yes it is! and I did find it in my book too! Thank u!

literature for kids
Mrs. Edwards read Owl Moon to her class. As she read, she paused from time to time to allow the children time to think about the story. She used a different voice for each character. When she finished, she asked questions that helped her students understand the story better ...

literature for kids
Which is NOT a benefit of sharing books to young children?   A. It teaches children to learn to listen. B. It teaches children to attend or following along with the book. C. It teaches children how to be respectful. D. It teaches children to relate the book to their own ...

literature for kids
thank u very much, I got it now :)

literature for kids
ok, its rhyming....I would think pronunciation is important too...? so b?

literature for kids
A skilled poetry reader emphasizes the meaning and __________ of the words. A. rhyme B. rhythm C. definition D. pronunciation I think its c , but not really sure Thank u!

literature for kids
Which is NOT a strategy aides or volunteers should use for shared reading? A. Read with expression. B. Read the story in its entirety without answering student questions. C. Read with fluency. D. Read with the appropriate volume. I think its B

literature
so i think its B

literature
A problem that may occur in nonfiction text is: A. the inclusion of anthropomorphism. B. the exclusion of teleological explanations. C. the exclusion of anthropomorphism and teleological explanations. D. the inclusion of anthropomorphism and teleological explanations. a?

early childhood
a?

early childhood
Two features of nonfiction books for older readers that are often omitted in nonfiction for younger readers are the: A. index and the appendix. B. table of contents and the glossary. C. table of contents and the index. D. glossary and the index. d?

early childhood
Which one of the following statements about literary elements is TRUE? A. The author should end the book with a closing comment to ensure that the story’s moral is conveyed. B. Setting is a backdrop that can be changed without affecting the plot. C. Good plot builds ...

early childhood
Day care professionals and teachers reinforce the importance of responding to literature as a pleasurable experience by: A. having the child retell the story after reading. B. asking “yes/no” questions after reading the story. C. asking specific recall questions ...

Marh
Is my answer right?

Marh
If 1/3 of the math team are 7th graders and 1/4 of the math team are boys, how many are 7th grade boys? 1/4 of 1/3 = 1/12

politics
Backers of a balanced-budget amendment to the Constitution might consider the following strategy: A. seeking support for such an amendment through approval by at least 34 state conventions, as almost occurred in the 1980s. B. mounting a federal court case and seeking appeals ...

politics
The Twenty-seventh Amendment: A. lowered the voting age to 18. B. reinforced the due-process clause. C. specifies parameters for congressional pay raises. D. liberalizes illegal searches and seizures. C ?

politics
President Bush and Governor Blanco struggled to agree about how to respond to Hurricane Katrina due to: A. political differences and perceptions of incompetence by both. B. President Bush never having been in a hurricane before. C. Governor Blanco being a woman. D. Mayor Nagin...

politics
B? oh so it is anti-federalists ? the opposite?

politics
The __________ supported strong state governments because they believed that states would be close to the popular will. A. Federalists B. Anti-Federalists C. people D. opposing parties A?

politics
The “Great Compromise” meant that the __________ of the states was assured in the Senate, while large and small state differences were maintained in the House. A. separateness B. disparity C. incongruity D. equality D?

politics
The Magna Carta and writings of __________ illustrate the English legal heritage that limited government authority. A. John Locke B. Thomas Jefferson C. Patrick Henry D. James Madison I am pretty sure its A

politics
Got it, Thanx!

politics
James Bryce believed that the Constitution was a fine example of: A. mass democracy at work. B. development of an oligarchical system of government. C. an incrementally improved system not far removed from the Magna Carta. D. a governing system that encouraged the ...

politics
Thank you so much for helping!

politics
then A for sure, I think.....

politics
despite the principle of separation of powers,wich of the followings is an example of the president's (the executive) legislative powers? a.the power to recommend measures to congress b.the power to remove cabinet secretaries c. executive review of supreme court decisions B?

american politics
The Great Compromise: A. established representation based on population in the Senate. B. allowed state legislatures to choose House members. C. created the mechanism to end slavery. D. solved the problem of representation by big and small states through proportional ...

american politics
Congress proposed all 27 constitutional amendments. A. 25 B. 26 C. 27 D. 28 C?

american politics
i think its C

american politics
Which of the following statements is incorrect? A. Democracies tolerate different opinions and interests. B. Democracy is a favored “label” for many governments. C. Citizen participation in voting must exceed 80 percent of eligible voters in order for a government to...

american politics
thank you Ms.Sue for your help!

american politics
In the FAA-McDonnell Douglas DC-10 case, the author implies or asserts which of the following? A. The FAA immediately fixed the cargo door. B. McDonnell Douglas eventually complied with the FAA’s order to strengthen cargo doors and cabin floors. C. The Canadian government...

child development
Carl is getting tired of two children in his three-year-old room having wetting accidents on the playground. The class always uses the restroom before they go outside, but two of the boys are wetting themselves at least once a week, making Carl have to send them inside for ...

child development
Mrs. Brown is feeling a bit irritated by the noise level in her 1st grade classroom. She put all of the students into cooperative groups to work on a social studies project. The room is slightly more noisy then she likes, but when she looks around she sees that all of the ...

child development
Mr. White hears Brian loudly yelling across the room for his friend James. Mr. White quietly walks over to Brian and whispers to him the rule about quiet voices inside. Mr. White knows that the noise level in the classroom has been elevated lately, mainly due to him becoming ...

child development
If a child is unable to connect to others because her parents do not show her love and acceptance what would be the appropriate solution for this situation? A. Change adult expectations. B. Help the child get her needs met. C. Get outside help. D. Use related consequences. I ...

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
If a child is having outbursts because of a serious emotional problem what would be the appropriate solution to the problem? A. Change adult expectations. B. Help the child get his needs met. C. Get outside help. D. Use related consequences. I think its B Thank you for your ...

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
CAN YOU PLEASE CHECK... The first step to reaching long term discipline goals is to: A. set specific consequences for specific behaviors. B. set up a reward program. C. determine the cause of the behavior. D. determine the desired results of the discipline plan. Reset ...

psychology
Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points The first step to reaching long term discipline goals is to: A. set specific consequences for specific behaviors. B. set up a reward program. C. determine the cause of the behavior. D. determine the desired results of the discipline plan. Reset ...

psychology
Carl is getting tired of two children in his three-year-old room having wetting accidents on the playground. The class always uses the restroom before they go outside, but two of the boys are wetting themselves at least once a week, making Carl have to send them inside for ...

psychology
Teaching children social skills, perspective taking, __________ are important discipline strategies that promote lifelong, harmonious social interaction. A. forgiveness, and restitution B. effective communication, and emotion regulation C. forgiveness, and emotion regulation D...

Physics
A roll of toilet paper (a partially hollow cylinder with R_2 = 7.5cm, M = 300g, and I = 9.0 x 10^-4 kg m^2) is mounted on a mass-less axle along its central axis. Te roll is initially at rest. Then, at t=0, a child grabs the end of the roll and starts running, pulling the ...

Chemistry
I am so confused with my chemistry lab right now. We were given the following equations to work with: [Equation 1] 2 I^- + H2O2 + 2 H^+ ----> I2 + 2 H2O [Equation 9] 2S2O3^2- + I2 ----> 2I^- +S4O6^2- And During the Experiment we used the following for each reaction: T1...

PRE ALGEBRA
solution to electrical poles that carry electrical wire seem to get smaller the further away you are. Find the apparent height of each pole if the tallest pole is 50 feet tall and there is 100 feet between poles.

life orientation
described the pratice of high risk sexual behavior amongs the adolescene

science
A heat exchanger is used to warm apple cider using steam as the heat source. The cider is heated from an initial temperature of 4 degrees celcius to a final temperature of 65 degree celcius. The steam enters the heat exchanger as 50% quality steam and exits as water condensate...

Food Chemestry
A heat exchanger is used to warm apple cider using steam as the heat source. The cider is heated from an initial temperature of 4 degrees celcius to a final temperature of 65 degree celcius. The steam enters the heat exchanger as 50% quality steam and exits as water condensate...

Help with Calculating Probabilities
Anon: Do you know how to calculate probabilities like P10, P20, P30...? I do not understand lot of this statistics stuff and desperately need help. Thanks

Statistics
Can you change this research question into a null hypothesis: What is the difference in students’ computer anxiety based on whether or not they own computers?

Math
52.232

Math
10×12=120÷3=40 15×12=180÷3=60 40×60=2400 Convert feet to inches then divide by size tile Answer is 2400 tiles needed.

math
i need the answer to this mathamatical question (3x6)+12/2-8

space
What is the role of chemistry in outer space exploration?

math
What is 25% of 16

maths
calculate the longest and the shortest perimeter possible that encloses and area of 9m..16m..25m..36.. can u tell me please

English
Unscramble these letters bikfatcrgos to make three words

chemistry
How do I calculate the molecules of 3.52 moles CO2?

chemistry
Please show me how to calculate the number of moles in 8.45 x10 to 21st power formula units of calcium chloride?

chemistry
What is the molarity of an unknown acid if 40.5 ml of the acid can be titrated to an end point by 20.5 ml of 0.2250 M NaOH?

math
a^2b^2-2a^2b-15a^2

British Lit----URGENT
In James Joyce's "The Dead," Gabriel experiences an epiphany. This helps to make him a A)flat character B)stereotype C)round character D)supernatural being. I feel in the story he is a round character but I am not sure if the epiphany makes him a flat or ...

British Lit----URGENT
In James Joyce's "The Dead", Gabriel experiences an epiphany. This helps to make him a A)flat character B)stereotype C)round or D)Supernatural being.I feel it is A)flat, but an not sure.

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