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Grade 9 Early National Era
Grade 8 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.8.1
None Vocabulary
  1. able to learn, think, and understand quickly and easily
  2. warm and comfortable; snug
  3. study or examine something that has already been examined
  4. person who grows crops and raises animals
Grade 11 American Business Culture
A careful examination of how well or badly someone does something at work
  1. Performance Review
  2. Personality Review
  3. Evaluation Form
  4. Worker Examination
Grade 8 Supreme Court Cases
Judicial Review
  1. Gibbons vs Odgen
  2. Roe vs Wade
  3. McCulloch vs Maryland
  4. Marbury vs Madison
None Study Skills and Strategies
What does the basic system, SQ3R stand for?
  1. State, question, read, recite, review
  2. State, quote, 3 (guesses/opinions) review
  3. Survey, question, read, recite, review
  4. Survey, question, read, review, relax
Grade 5 Spelling
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. revew
  2. review
  3. reevew
None Vocabulary
College Medical Practices
One purpose of medical records is to manage healthcare. Which of the following is NOT an example of how medical records are related to managing healthcare?
  1. Reviewing past disease for a patient
  2. Reviewing past treatments for a patient
  3. Determining compliance with standards
  4. Reviewing past responses of a patient to health care
Grade 7 Defining Words CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.7.4
To review something means to
  1. put it away.
  2. look at it again.
  3. study it nonstop.
  4. take a picture of it.
Continuing Education Medical Practices
Allergies are reviewed and reconciled
  1. daily
  2. At each provider visit
  3. At every visit
  4. Upon provider's order
Grade 8 Scientific Method
Peer reviews are used to
  1. make sure journal articles are accurate and unbiased.
  2. to give the authors help in editing.
  3. to make sure the topic has a conclusion.
  4. to make it harder for authors to publish their findings.
Grade 10 Supreme Court Cases
Grade 9 US Government
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