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creative expression and play
thank you, its A

creative expression and play
or maybe D?

creative expression and play
Children with special needs require an art environment that: A. is adapted to their needs. B. gives them practice in their weak points. C. is separate from their classmates. D. emphasizes structured craft projects. A?

creative play
Which theorist believed children individually create their own knowledge about the world through different types of play? A. Piaget B. Erikson C. Freud D. Vygotsky I think its piaget... A?

creative expression and play
actually its c, just found it in the book

creative expression and play
Active play experiences increase children’s awareness of what materials can do and what children can do with materials, while at the same time increasing their skills of: A. sequencing and ordering. B. creating and designing. C. observation and description. D. creation ...

creative expression and play
just finished my exam, its D !

creative expression and play
then maybe D?

creative expression and play
according to book , its not A or B.....

creative expression and play
Which of the following creative thinking traits is NOT often treated as misbehavior or disrespect when exhibited by students from low socio-economic backgrounds? A. Low tolerance for boredom B. Excitement and involvement with new designs, music, or ideas C. Aggressive and loud...

creative expression and play
i think more A?

creative expression and play
After reading a story about a frog and a toad, a first grade class began to discuss similarities and differences of toads and frogs. To help the students make a comparison the teacher could use a: A. Venn diagram. B. sequence chart. C. concept map. D. cause-and-effect diagram. C?

creative expression and play
The ability to form rich and varied mental images or concepts of people, places, things, and situations is an example of: A. pretending. B. fantasy. C. imagination. D. day dreaming. C?

creative expression and play
A preschool teacher wants to support children’s creativity and play in her classroom. How can she provide these opportunities for them? A. Designate time in the daily schedule for free play, centers, and other activities that will allow children to follow their interests...

creaive expression andplay
Using worksheets in an elementary classroom: A. challenges children intellectually. B. simply keeps children busy. C. encourages creativity in children. D. promotes social learning. A?

math
Simplify the expression 4(x – 3) + 2. A. x – 10 B. 4x – 1 C. 4x – 14 D. 4x – 10 D?

math
Simplify the expression 3(7 – x) + 5. A. 26 – x B. 16 + 3x C. 26 – 3x D. 16 – 3x C?

math
thank you for being so patience !

math
3 odd numbers , and total 6, 1/2

math
1/3 thank you! math is not my thing :)

math
If a single die is tossed once, find the probability that you roll an odd number. 3?

math
oh my, just got it! its a single die, there is no 9 ! so 0

math
if you do it once i think you only have 1 chance actually , right?

math
If a single die is tossed once, find the probability that you roll 9. A. 9 B. 0 C. 1 D. 9/6 a?

math
1/2 half

math
If a single die is tossed once, find the probability that you roll 6 or 5 or 1. is it 1/6 ? or 1/2 ?

math
thank you!!!!! this site is such a big help!

math
D!

math
thats what i thought then so then C ?

math
Perform the indicated operation and simplify the result if possible. 2 ft. 11 in. + 7 ft. 3 in. A. 9, 2 B. 10, 4 C. 9, 3 D. 10, 2 ? not sure

math
The ratio of a quarterback’s completed passes to attempted passes is 7 to 9. If he attempted 45 passes, find how many passes he completed. Round to the nearest whole number if necessary. A. 9 passes B. 58 passes C. 5 passes D. 35 passes D?

politics
The power elite theory is: A. a theory of the political left. B. a theory of the political right. C. held by both the left and right. D. held only by political scientists in colleges. C?

politics
Which of the following is provided through the mechanics of pluralism, according to Robert Dahl? A. Elites can manipulate mass opinion. B. Aspiring leaders can distribute resources to gain influence. C. Aspiring leaders are limited in the ability to control the political ...

politics
The political and policy dynamics documented in Robert Dahl’s "Who Governs?" might be found in which of the following situations? A. A small town with a history of certain families holding political office B. A county run by one political party with an extensive...

politics
The political and policy dynamics documented in Robert Dahl’s "Who Governs?" might be found in which of the following situations? A. A small town with a history of certain families holding political office B. A county run by one political party with an extensive...

politics
Consensus is best described as: A. the result of political compromises. B. common sense. C. a broad public agreement on basic political questions. D. the people of a country voting frequently. C?

politics
The shifting and close votes in Congress in 2009 on health care reform that responded to positions staked out by industry, labor, and professional interest groups are a good example of: A. control of the debate by power elites. B. the dynamics of pluralism in action. C. the ...

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C! ?

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In the pluralist model, “bargaining results in a series of compromises that become: A. another series of compromises." B. the basis of a new political consensus." C. public policy or other political decisions." D. the basis for incumbent reelection." B?

politics
The bottom level of the typical state party organization is called the: A. congressional district committee. B. ward or precinct. C. county committee. D. street committee. B?

politics
The Whig party joined others to form the __________ Party. A. Republican B. Democratic-Republican C. Federalist D. Socialist A?

politics
Based on the outcome of the 2008 elections, one might expect which of the following to have been true? A. Vigorous opposition by the Republican majority in the Senate will defeat many of President Obama’s initiatives. B. House Democrats will follow a moderate policy ...

politics
Class identification in the United States is: A. constant. B. weak. C. strong. D. important. D?

politics
The “emerging Democratic majority” as defined by Teixeira and Judis includes: A. minorities. B. young people. C. those with college degrees. D. A, B, and C are correct. D?

politics
National party committees: A. govern the national parties. B. never work with state and local party committees. C. maintain large professional staffs. D. Both A and C are correct. D?

politics
Good campaign advice for candidates running for office now would include: A. focusing only on raising hard-money donations from wealthy contributors. B. depending on public funding for campaign support. C. appealing to independent and younger voters. D. ignoring the technical ...

politics
The 1952 and 1956 Eisenhower elections are examples of __________ elections. b dealigning A. maintaining B. deviating C. realigning B?

politics
Which of the following tactics helped Barack Obama gain public recognition at the beginning of the nomination process in 2008? A. Developing grassroots support in caucus states ignored by other candidates B. Focusing only on delegate-rich large states C. Campaigning heavily ...

politics
Which system would work best to provide a new political party a voice in legislative deliberations? A. Ballot initiatives B. Single-member districts C. Proportional representation D. Direct democracy a?

politics
Leadership PACs: A. solidify support to their creators. B. promote the creators’ political ambitions. C. are generally ineffective at fund-raising. D. Both A and B are correct. D?

politics
The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (Motor Voter Act): A. allows voters to register when they get their drivers’ licenses. B. had little impact upon voter turnout. C. was struck down as unconstitutional. D. Both A and B are correct. D?

politics
very appreciate your help!

politics
American political parties: A. organize public opinion. B. put together coalitions of different interests. C. demand party loyalty on all issues. D. Both A and B are correct. D?

politics
Bill Clinton’s “alternative media” strategy: A. involved calling New York Times reporters at home. B. accelerated after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke. C. involved granting interviews to local news anchors and holding televised town meetings. D. involved ...

politics
The growth of political action committees: A. has made politics cleaner and fairer. B. was an unanticipated consequence of campaign reform. C. forced big-money contributors to donate illegally. D. is a new phenomenon directly linked to the Republican control of Congress. B?

politics
What was the White House reaction to Lesley Stahl’s critical report on Reagan’s use of television? A. CBS News was excluded from White House press conferences. B. Stahl was honored at a White House ceremony. C. The reaction was very positive, because of the good ...

politics
Which of the following statements about interest groups is correct? A. Agricultural business interests have a very short history of influential lobbying activity. B. Labor unions are important financial supports of the Republican Party. C. Religious groups never try to ...

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Which of the following interest groups is considered to have the most influence over Congress? A. The American Bar Association B. The Sierra Club C. The National Education Association D. The National Rifle Association d?

politics
The LEAST likely contributor to Democratic candidates would be: A. the National Organization of Women. B. the United Auto Workers. C. the National Association of Manufacturers. D. the Sierra Club. C?

politics
Thank you so much for your help!!!

politics
The “fourth branch of government” refers to: A. state governments. B. political parties. C. the media. D. interest groups. C?

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D?

politics
Senatorial courtesy: A. gives a senator a role in appointing judges. B. means that questioning judicial nominees follows committee seniority. C. played a role in confirming judges in the nineteenth century but is no longer practiced. D. refers to senators not criticizing one ...

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A?

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The appointment of Justice Sonia Sotomayor by President Obama is an example of: A. a Democratic president appointing a liberal justice. B. a Democratic president appointing a moderate justice. C. the desire of President Obama to move the Supreme Court in a more conservative ...

politics
thank you!

politics
Which of the following can create political pressure on federal judges? A. Judges can be impeached by Congress. B. They are appointed for life. C. The budget for the judiciary is controlled by Congress. D. Both A and C are correct. D?

politics
A case challenging the rapidly growing public debt would likely NOT be considered by the Supreme Court because it is a: A. question already settled in prior court decisions. B. question that might cause Congress to limit judicial salaries. C. case that should first be heard by...

politics
so, i feel like Wilmot Proviso?

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D?

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Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857): A. invalidated the Missouri Compromise. B. upheld the Wilmot Proviso. C. declared the “one man, one vote” rule. D. challenged the right to own slaves. A?

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B?

politics
Which of the following is a restriction on congressional power over the federal courts? A. The power to create or expand federal courts B. Judges being constitutionally appointed for life terms C. The authority of Congress to enact spending and revenue laws D. The ability to ...

politics
Which of the following limits the president to two terms of office under most circumstances? A. The custom of presidents only running for two terms B. The Presidential Succession Act of 1949 C. Article II of the Constitution D. The Twenty-second Amendment D?

politics
Which of the following could be used by a Republican senator to block a bill proposed by the Democratic majority in the Senate? A. Rule 22 B. The Rules Committee C. The cloture vote D. The filibuster D?

politics
The civil-service system arose in the late 19th century as a response to: A. the problems created by a small bureaucracy. B. the problem of states having too much public responsibility. C. the challenge of managing a growing rural economy. D. the corruption and abuses of the ...

politics
Which of the following is NOT true about the electoral college? A. Except for Maine and Nebraska, the states appoint their members of the electoral college on a “winner-take-all” basis. B. A presidential candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win office outright. C. ...

politics
Conference committees: A. are temporary bodies comprised of “hand-picked” senators and representatives. B. are comprised of all majority-party members. C. meet to override a presidential veto. D. meet to schedule annual party caucus events. A?

politics
actually, A?

politics
Which of the following statements is NOT accurate? A. The seniority system favors members from one-party regions. B. The seniority system is often attacked as being undemocratic. C. Seniority is an unwritten rule, which is generally followed when appointing committee chairs. D...

politics
thank you! very appreciate your help

politics
well, then A?

politics
The president pro tempore of the Senate: A. is the longest-serving member from the majority party. B. also serves as the chamber’s majority leader. C. is the most powerful party leader. D. appoints members of the Rules Committee. B?

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?

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