vocab #2

Term Definition disheveled untidy or messy nebulous vague or unclear scrupulously sticking to values and principles exultant marked by great joy impetuous marked by sudden energy essay short piece of nonfiction writing exposition writing that explains coherence arrangement of ideas in an easily understood way revision piece of writing that has been changed to improve […]

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Legislation

Question Answer Device Any item, equipment, or system used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability. What is ADAAA Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act What is the Assistive Technology Act Created National website on assistive technology, provides funding to the 50 states and six territories, to develop permanent, […]

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Reconstruction

Question Answer Reconstruction Rebuilding and healing a country after a war. Andrew Johnson Became president after Lincoln was killed 13 Amendment Abolished slavery Black Codes Laws made by the South before the Civil War to keep from having African Americans from having rights. Freedmen's Bureau Formed to help freed slaves. It build hospitals and schools. […]

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vacab#2

Term Definition disheveled untidy; messy nebulous vague; unclear scrupulously sticking to values and principles exulant marked by great joy impetuous marked by sudden energy;impulsive essay a short piece of nonfiction writing on a subject exposition writing that explains coherence arrangement of ideas in a easily understood way revision a piece of writing that has been […]

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vocab #2

Term Definition Disheveled Untidy;messy Exultant Marked by great joy Nebulous Vague;unclear Scrupulously Sticking to values and principles Impetuous Marked by sudden energy; impulsive Essay A short piece of nonfiction writing on a subject Exposition Writing that explains Revision Piece of writing that has been changed to improve it Coherence Arrangement of ideas in an easily […]

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Chapter

Question Answer Ionic bond The force of attraction that holds together ions with opposite charges. Octet rule 2 or more atoms can interact and produce a chemically stable arrangement of 8 valence electrons for each atom. One atom either fills with donated, empties partially filled, or shares atoms with other electrons. 3 main parts of […]

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