ReviewSheet (AFA)

Term Definition
Word processing the production, storage, and manipulation of text on a computer or word processor.
Double spacing type or format with a full space between lines.
Italicize set (text) in italics.
New makes a new document
Print/Print Preview a software function that allows a user to see what a document will look like if printed.
Clipboard a temporary storage area where material cut or copied from a file is kept for pasting into another file.
Font color change the color of your text
Superscript (of a letter, figure, or symbol) written or printed above the line.
Bold make your text darker
Sort/ Ascending and Descending arranges the selected text in alphabetical or numerical order
Center Alignment Align your content in the middle of the document
Shading Changes the color behind the selected text, paragraph,or table cell
Find/Replace Locates specified text in a document/replaces specified text in a document
Cover page first page of your document
Online Pictures/Word art insert pictures from a variety of of online resources/artistic text to make you text fancy.
Hyperlink add a link for quick access to webpages and files
Text Box showcasing important text,artistic
Margins adjust the size for the entire margin or section
Portrait a option of a orientation
Page color what the color of the page will be
Thesaurus another way to use a word
Default (font and font size) a setting that what you have selected and as set as a default
Save/Save as save but can have multiple of that document/save with a different name
Change Case
Blank Page
Shapes/Smart art
Page orientation
Single Spacing
Word Wrap
Increase Font
Decrease Font
Font Size
Left Alignment
Right Alignment
Page Borders
Page Break
Page Numbers
Spelling/Grammar Check

Mr.Common Declaration of Idependence

Term Definition
Second Continental Congress The Second Continental Congress was a convention of delegates from the Thirteen Colonies that started meeting in the spring of 1775 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Continental Army The Continental Army was formed by the Second Continental Congress after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by the colonies that became the United States of America.
George Washington The first president of the United States, and the commanding general of the victorious American army in the Revolutionary War. The best known of the Founding Fathers, Washington is called the father of his country.
Battle of Bunker Hill The first great battle of the Revolutionary War; it was fought near Boston in June 1775. The British drove the Americans from their fort at Breed's Hill to Bunker Hill, but only after the Americans had run out of gunpowder.
impose force (something unwelcome or unfamiliar) to be accepted or put in place.
Independence the fact or state of being independent.
policies a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by a government, party, business, or individual.
Olive Branch Petition The Olive Branch Petition, drafted on July 5, 1775, was a letter to King George III, from members of the Second Continental Congress, which represents the last attempt by the moderate party in North America to avoid a war of independence against Britain.
Thomas Paine A patriot and author in the Revolutionary War, whose pamphlets, such as Common Senseand the American Crisis series, urged American independence.
Common Sense Image result for common sense definition historyCommon Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1775–76 advocating independence from Great Britain to people in the Thirteen Colonies.
Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence is defined as the formal statement written by Thomas Jefferson declaring the freedom of the thirteen American colonies from Great Britain.
Thomas Jefferson A political leader of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; one of the Founding Fathers; the leader of the Democratic-Republican party.
natural rights Rights that people supposedly have under natural law.
fundamental rights The Fundamental Rights are defined as basic human freedoms that every Indian citizen has the right to enjoy for a proper and harmonious development of personality.
Independence Day another term for Fourth of July.
Patrick Henry Image result for Patrick Henry definitionPatrick Henry (May 29, 1736 – June 6, 1799) was an American attorney, planter and orator well known for his declaration to the Second Virginia Convention (1775): "Give me liberty, or give me death!"
The Preamble of the Declaration of Independence 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among those are Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness.'


Term Definition
economic causes Access to natural resources New markets to sell goods Outlet to a growing population (new areas to live and work)
military causes Naval ships needed ports around the world
political causes Taking of land to prohibit another country from growing too large (maintain balance of power)
humanitarian goals Missionaries, doctors, officials believed they had a duty to spread the “blessing of western civilization”Medicine, law, religion
why was europe successful? Non Western countries (Africa, India, China) were underdeveloped in technology and their militaryEurope had a strong military (machine guns), technology, medical knowledge
political cause
social darwinism those who were fitted for survival, enjoyed wealth and success and were supior to othersnon europeans were on a lower scale because they had not made discoveries like the europeanseuropeans believed that they had the right and duty to share their resu
europe and africa before 1800's
europes conquest of africa
berlin conference of 1884
zulus and british
boer war
berlin conference
opium war
crimean war
sepoy rebellion
suez canal

section 2-4

Question Answer
resperation process where cells break down simple food molecules such as glucose, to release the energy they contain
fermantation process where cells break down food molecules to release energy without using oxygen
alcoholic fermentation yeast
lactic acid fermentation occurs when muscle cells back oxygen for respiration and use fermentation to break down sugar to produce energy and carbon dioxide
products energy,water and carbon dioxide

Radnoti Miklos elete

Abda Melyik telepulesnel vesztette eletet Radnoti Miklos?
haromszor Ennyi alkalommal hivtak be Radnotit munkaszolgalatra
bori notesz Ebbe irta Radnoti eletenek utolso idoszakaban a muveit.
Budapest Itt szuletett Radnoti.
Ikrek hava Oneletrajzi muvenek cime
Gyarmati Fanni Felesegenek neve
harmadik A Nyugat hanyadik nemzedekehez soroljuk Radnoti Miklost?
nyolc Hany eklogat irt Radnoti Miklos?
Vergilius Melyik koltotol ered az ekloga mufaj?
hexameter Milyen verselesben irodnak az eklogak
kolto Kivel beszelget a pasztor az elso eklogaban?
repulo Kivel beszelget a kolto a masodik eklogaban?
halal Miben latja Radnoti a menekulest a vilag borzalmai elol?
Nahum Melyik profetaval beszelget a kolto a Nyolcadik eklogaban?
Szegedi Melyik varosban jart egyetemre Radnoti?


Question Answer
Eye Photoreceptors
Ear Mechanoreprors
Taste and nose Chemoreceptors
Eye Three layers are
Sclera White pArt of eye tough outer coat 1 inch in diameter
Cornea Window of the eyeClear transparent membrane Over the iris
Tears Bathe the eye
Pupil Just a dark opening Light rays Trying to let light in Will get bigger or smaller
Silulary muscle Contracts It's attached to lens makes sure it adjust and changes shape
Conjuntiva Sensitive Pink layer of eye
Choroid Pigmented vascular layer presents the scattering of light rays coming in Provides nutrients and oxygen Were the lens is
Presbyopia Lens in eye doesn't change shape as we get older
Inner layer Retina
Regina Contains photoreceptors
Two photoreceptors are called Cones which is day and color vision Rods which is night photoreceptors
Ophthalmoscope Scope to look into the eye
Optic disk Were all images leave the eye Leads to optic nerve
Fobia Cones are located
Around the perifiry or on the retina Were the rods are located there are more rods than cones
Machula Yellow light for shape clearly vision
Two optic nerves Left and right eye
Aqueous fluid or humor Bathed the eye it's constant when it dries up it's called glycoma
Virtuous humor Gel like fluid in the eye to stay the shape
Near sided (myopia) Can't see far away
Far sided (hyperopia) Can't see near
Astigmatism Distortion by irregular comea or lens
Cataract When you lens is no longer clear and see thru Surgery and lens is replaced
Ear Super complex organ
Cerumen Ear wax races have different color ear wax
Tregus Covers ear canal
Anti tregus Little pieces under tregus
Penni or oracle Top oval part of ear
Lope Were you pierce you ears
External acoustic canal Canal on external ear
Tympanic membrane or ear drum Pearly grey structure Sounds
Three ear bones Mallus, incus,stapes
Auditory ossicles All three bones get vibrations from ear drum and sends info to the auditory nerve
Oval window
Auditory tube ustasion tube Connects middle ear to the throat
Otitis Middle ear infection
Swimmers ears Infection of the outer ear
Effects of sound waves Comes with sounds from a three bones and corti must be stimulated to get the the vestibular nerve
Organ of corti It's inside Called mother of sound

Fixing Your Credit

Term Definition
Credit Score a numerical rating of your credit-worthiness (how likely you are to pay off your debts)
Credit Report a record that details a person's credit history.
FICO an acronym for the Fair Isaac Corporation, the company that developed the FICO score, which is the most commonly used credit score in the United States.
Credit History a record of a person's borrowing and repayment activity.
Credit Bureaus credit agencies or credit reporting agencies, are companies that collect credit information about individuals.
Credit Risk How likely or unlikely you are to pay back money loaned to you.
Debt Money you owe.
Identity Theft When someone steals your private information, like your date of birth and Social Security number, and uses it to make unauthorized purchases.
Installment Loan Loan with equal number of payments of the same amount over a fixed period of time.
Interest Rate The percentage of a loan amount you pay in order to borrow the money.

US History The New Deal

Term Definition
Problem of Lack of confidence in banks Bank holiday, Treasury inspection deposit insurance
Problem of crop prices Paying farmer to slow crop production
Problem of Massive unemployment Federal work program
Unemployed group Works Progress Administration – 1935, built or improved an good part of nation's highways, dredged rivers and harbors, promoted soil and water conservationNational Youth AdministrationSocial Security Administration
Labor Wagner act/National Labor Relations Act- gave employees the right to join unions and collective bargaining
Retirees Social Security Act
New deal Long-Term Effects National Labor Relations Board mediates labor disputesFederal Deposit Insurance CorporationSecurities and Exchange Commission monitors the stock marketSocial Security provides assistance to eligible citizen
American Actions to End Economic Crisis FDR elected presidentThe Federal Government expanded role in the economy to aid banksThe Federal Government expanded role in the economy to aid farmerThe federal Government expanded role in the economy to aid workers. The federal government expand
Relief short-term actions designed to tide people over until the economy recovered
Recovery Restore Incentives to produce
Reform Measure to remedy defects of the US economy to prevent future depression
Deportation The action of deporting a foreigner from a country
Repatriation The process of returning a person to their place of origin or citizenship
Infrastructure The fundamental facilities and system serving a country, city, or area, as transportation and communication systems, power plants, and schools

IJKOS vocab

Question Answer
charade n. an obvious act of lying
… especially those of you who are responsible for this morning's misguided little CHARADE, for which I have given you all two extra strokes. n. an obvious act of lying
convert v. to adopt a different religion, political party, opinion, etc.
There are parents, and members of staff, who are non-Catholics, or who have recently CONVERTED. v. to adopt a different religion, political party, opinion, etc.
culprit n. a person guilty or responsible for an offense or fault
"Of course," he said, "there is still time for the CULPRIT to own up." n. a person guilty or responsible for an offense or fault
dormitory n. a room containing a number of beds and serving as sleeping quarters
His bed is opposite mine in the DORMITORY. n. a room containing a number of beds and serving as sleeping quarters
episode n. an incident or event in a series of events
"I am sure you all know," he said, "of this morning's disgraceful EPISODE." n. an incident or event in a series of events
gallery n. a raised area, often having a stepped or sloping floor, in a theater, church, or other public building to accommodate spectators, exhibits, etc.
The Chapel has a big GALLERY at the back where nobody ever sits except parents on Visitor's Day. n. a raised area, often having a stepped or sloping floor, in a theater, church, or other public building to accommodate spectators, exhibits, etc.
keen adj. sharp or strong
I avoided Timothy Pigott as far as I could, in case his sense of honour was not as KEEN as Nicky Carver's. adj. sharp or strong
midst n. the position of anything surrounded by other things or parts
We must all resign ourselves to the knowledge that there is a thief in our MIDST. n. the position of anything surrounded by other things or parts
minute adj. extremely small
I tore them up into MINUTE pieces and flushed them away. adj. extremely small
recess n. a hidden or secluded inner area or part
He had left it in the RECESS between the small Library and the second form classroom, and I took it after supper. n. a hidden or secluded inner area or part
redeem v. to restore to good favor; to make amends for
"I will give the thief a chance to REDEEM himself,"said Dom Francis. v. to restore to good favor; to make amends for
refectory n. a dining hall in a religious house, college, or other institution
Nicky Carver was standing on a table in the middle of the REFECTORY. n. a dining hall in a religious house, college, or other institution
dormio sleep
-ory place for