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Chapter 6: The Early History of Education in America Key TermsChapter 6: The Early History of Education in America Key Terms
A sheet of paper—usually containing the alphabet, a prayer or two, and Roman numerals—was pasted on the board. A thin, flat piece of clear animal horn was attached to cover and protect the paper. Used during the Colonial Period
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Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)
Congregational Society of Boston, and became a Unitarian preacher. Parker continued life combating what he viewed as unjust organizations, specifically slavery. In 1857, he became ill with tuberculosis
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Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)
Americans, Japanese Americans, Korean Americans, and Vietnamese Americans. Large numbers of people from India, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia have also immigrated to the United States
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Gender and Family RolesGender and Family Roles
Mao Zedong made great efforts at the liberation of Chinese women that gains were made by women. Mao gave women legal equality, freedom in selecting a marriage partner, and opportunities at education as well as work outside the home
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Government Final Exam Multiple ChoiceGovernment Final Exam Multiple Choice
What part of the Constitution prevents certain conflicts between the national government and the states?
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Women-Warriors-art – 7/12/09Women-Warriors-art – 7/12/09
Note: See also the files: Women-Battle-art, f-fighters-msg, Fightng-Small-art, The-Joust-art, ws-bib, p-hygiene-msg, On-the-Road-art
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Chapter 4: The Civilization of the GreeksChapter 4: The Civilization of the Greeks
Bce: Period of Warring States in China and beginning of Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta
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Philosophy: comes from the Greek word for “love of wisdom.” Greek philosophy led to the study of history, political science, science, and mathematics. PhilosophersPhilosophy: comes from the Greek word for “love of wisdom.” Greek philosophy led to the study of history, political science, science, and mathematics. Philosophers
Philosophers: Greek thinkers who believe the human mind could understand everything
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First aestheticsFirst aesthetics
Socrates’ remarks suggest that these proposals apply to everyone in the Kallipolis, not just to the guardians (455e), but there are other indications (450c) that they apply only to the guardians alone
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University of Cincinnati Women in the Japanese WorkplaceUniversity of Cincinnati Women in the Japanese Workplace
Japan’s declining birthrate and ageing society”
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