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Objective Type of correlation. Refer to picture A.1. y = mx + b. Type of correlation. Refer to picture B.1. Type of correlation. Refer to picture C.2. What is this called? f(x). Teenage
Mercy Day Crossword Puzzle Find out how much you know about MERCY 1897 common name that the Hospital on 22nd and R Streets was known as. Business that now occupies site at 22nd and R Streets. Sister Manager Med Acute Unit. Opened in 1925 along with Mercy General Hospital. Foundress of Sisters of Mercy. Hard
Society and Culture no group is more influential than another. crops, animals, plows. language, values, beliefs, way of life. behavior guidelines. norm based on morality. Big
APA Starts here before going to Nationals. _ _ _. Defensive move. _ _. To start a match. _. Hard
Principles and Paradigms Use the clues to fill in each missing word. Willing to listen to and accept ideas and personalities unlike your own. Accept and appreciate that everyone is __________________. Ability to direct your attention to one point for an extended amount of time. Portraying a friendly feeling and attitude to those around you. A big change in the way you see yourself or the world around you (2 words). Hard
EMPATHY BEFORE EDUCATION I __________ how that would upset you.. I'm terribly sorry you had to wait so long. I can imagine how ________ that can be.. I'm _________ you've been transferred from department to department. That can be irritating.. When you respond with empathy, the customer and the company both __________.. ____________ feelings and using empathy are such important parts of every customer contact.. Teenage
Towards Independence Affordable accommodation (houses and apartments) owned by the government and rented to people on low incomes.. Legal Responsibility of an adult for a child under 18. When young people feel they are ready and able to take care of themselves.. Some young couples maybe committed to each other and want to live together away from their parents.. Families with very low incomes maybe simply unable to keep supporting their children. Teenage
Society and Culture use hand tools to raise crops. . In a truly pluralistic society, no one group is officially considered more influential than another. . large, impersonal society that values individual achievement over kinship ties.. the language, values, beliefs, behavior, and material objects that constitute a people’s way of life. . use machinery to replace human labor . Big
Rights and Responsiblities Clothing must promote this kind of image. You may not do this during the Pledge of Allegiance. Person in charge of the bus. Students may express themselves in a manner accepted by this. This model encourages students to resolve disputes through problem solving. Teenage
Criminology medical examination of a body to determine cause of death. analyzes, compares, identifies, and interprets physical evidence. quick sketch drawn at the crime scene. facilities specifically dedicated to the forensic analysis of criminal evidence. application of science to the criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies. Very Difficult
Psychology Unit 1 Study Guide Complete the Following born with or without knowledge; based on expierence or biology debate. In 1920, they redifinded psychology as the scientific study of observable behavior . supported earlier psychologist ideas; helped us expand on the ideas & explore ways we percive, process and remember info.. second pioneers of scientific psychology. Biological, psychological, socail-cultural. Hard
Psychology Unit 1 Terms Complete the Following Pure science that aims to increase the scientific knowledge base. Longstanding Controversy over the relative contributions that genes and experience make the developemet of psycohological traits and behaviors. The differing complementary views, from biological to pyschological to social-cultural, for analysising and given phenomenon. The study of how situations and cultures affect our behavior and thinking. A branch of psychology that studies the links between biological and psychological processes. Teenage
Communities Around Us Complete the crossword puzzle. A way of life shared by many members of a group. A person who lives in and belongs to a community. A place where an important (historic) event took place.. A system that links computers all over the world.. An organization of community members who are interested in their community's history.. Adult
ETHICS Use the clues provided to complete the puzzle on Ethics. Very important in business to have a good ................................. (what people think of you). One of the ethics theories. Environmental policies and actions are implemented to look after this. Companies use this to ensure that all stakeholders behave in an ethical manner. This behaviour is within the law. Adult
Pluralism In Society Requires employees with least seniority to be laid off work if the employer needs to release a certain number of employees. A written plan required of businesses and institutions of higher education to reduce discrimination in hiring, public contracting, and college admissions. Designation of a specific number of applicants to be hired or admitted based on their race. A California statue prohibiting preferential treatment to individuals or groups in hiring, awarding public contracts, and college admissions. The various vehicles employed to provide information to a mass audience: radio, television, cable TV, newspapers, magazines, books, CDs, and so on. Adult
Stereotypes in the Media A group that is often linked by the media with arranged marriage, runaway girls, gangs and terrorism.. Women more likely to be judged on this than men. A group that is often portrayed in the media as singers, dancers, musicians or athletes.. Pushed to the edge. An over simplified image or idea about a group. Adult
Nonverbal Communication a signal (as a word, phrase, or action). the aspect of language that is associated with stereotypes, insluts, derogatory, and disrespect. communication with four to seven people that requires leadership. the five 'laws' of the study and practice of shetoric. nervousness or stage fright pertaining to the communication process. Hard
Social Welfare Relatively few number of people benefit, but almost everyone pays.. Pays medical expenses of persons receiving TANF or SSI payments.. A self-financing govt. program based on contributions that provide benefits to unemployed or retired persons.. Nearly everyone benefits, and nearly everyone pays. Vouchers, given to people whose income is below a certain level, that can be used to buy food at grocery stores.. Teenage
Ethics and Public Speaking Stealing ideas or language from two or three sources an passsing them off as ones own.. Stealing a speech entirely from a single source and passing it off as ones own.. The first 10 Amendments to the United States Constitution.. Failing to give credit for particular parts of a speech that are borrowed from other people.. The use of language to defame, or degrade individuals or groups.. Adult
Social Studies A company that operates in more than one country. how stuff is spread throughout the world. Giving jobs away. a restriction given by a government to stop trade . Deals with money and how much money is worth in other countries.. Adult
Types of People to mourn or to express sorrow in a demonstrative manner. to decieve, to mislead, to persuade with charm. turbulent, stormy. to call together, to send or request to appear. arrogant, excessively proud and vain. Teenage
 
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