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Grade 9 Defining Words
no emotion
  1. gambol
  2. ensconce
  3. apathy
Grade 7 Defining Words
  1. the act, process, or accident of varying in condition, character, or degree
  2. aware of one's own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc.
  3. any place or point entering or beginning
  4. a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others
Grade 9 Defining Words
lack of emotion
  1. apathy
  2. bountiful
  3. furtively
  4. conjectural
Grade 5 Parts of Speech
                expresses emotions.
  1. interjection
  2. conjunction
  3. preposition
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Mental/Emotional health is
  1. how well your body functions.
  2. a deep seated sense of meaning.
  3. ongoing condition
  4. about your feelings and thoughts.
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Emotional abuse is as harmful as....
  1. physical abuse
  2. self harm
  3. AIDS
Grade 8 Defining Words
An emotion or state of reaction.
  1. feeling
  2. hastily
  3. curious
Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Defining Words
Grade 12 Defining Words
The absence of emotion or enthusiasm
  1. subside
  2. tepid
  3. chaotic
  4. apathy
Grade 4 Defining Words
mental or emotional strain
  1. perish
  2. tension
  3. haste
Grade 10 Vocabulary
Strength emotionally or mentally.
  1. fortitude
  2. bravado
  3. hot headed
  4. perilous
Grade 4 Defining Words
mental or emotional strain
  1. divided
  2. opposed
  3. perish
  4. tension
None Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Which of the following describes an unhealthful way to deal with emotions?
  1. exaggerating an emotion to get a response from a friend
  2. seeking help to deal with overwhelming emotions
  3. using relaxation techniques to deal with intense emotions
  4. writing about emotions in a journal
Graduate Sociology
Which is NOT a central feature of "Suprarationality?"
  1. Content-level emotion
  2. Context-level emotion
  3. Higher order
  4. Nonlinearity
Grade 8 Opinion Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.8.1b
An appeal to emotions involves what?
  1. the audience's sympathy and feelings
  2. generalized ideas that form a coherent whole
  3. distorting evidence so as to make your claims seem more credible
  4. library research, especially quotes from experts in the field
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