2017.09.05

Question Answer
jol kijonnek egymassal they get on well
ok verekszenek they are fighting
elaludni fall asleep
alvasra van szuksege she needs sleeping
a strandon on the beach
gyalog menni go on foot
szabad akarat free will
totyogo toddler
kapaszkodik vmibe hold on to something
kilato mirador
ugyanabban a korban at the same age
testneveles ora P.E lesson
orarend schedule
sator tent
szaritos mosogep washer dryer
regeny novel
novella novella
bolcsode / ovoda nursery school

Scientific method

Term Definition
Hypothesis An educated guess or prediction that answers the original question or problem
Question/Problem Stated as "How does the independent variable affect the dependent variable?

The plant grew 3 inches taller than the other plants in the experiment. observation
Dogs are mans' best friend. Inference
Scientific Method A systematic method of solving a problem or question
Problem or question How does __________ affect the _____________?
Observations Scientist use these to gain information or do more research about a subject.
Hypothesis statement If I ______________ then _________________ will happen.
Experiment planned procedure to TEST the hypothesis
Control group receives no treatment or change
Experimental group receives treatment during the experiment
Independent variable Scientist deliberately changes during an experiment
Dependent variable changes in response to independent variable
Constant things that can never be changed during experiments
Data tables and graphs Scientist use to display results of experiments
Conclusion judgement based on the results of an experiment
Conclusion As I _________________ then ________________ happens.
Theory Hypothesis that has been tested and confirmed many times by scientists

Stack #2577413

Question Answer
intensive pronoun refers to the subject and directs the action of the verb
possessive pronoun shows ownership
subject pronoun pronouns used as subjects
object pronoun used as direct objects
interrogative pronoun used to form questions
diction word choice
ambiguous unclear meaning
symbolism object represents or stands for something else
first person point of view the speaker is in the story: uses the pronouns "I" and "me"
third person point of view the speaker is not in the story uses the pronouns "he" or "she"

vocabulary week 5

Question Answer
intensive pronoun refers to the subject and directs the action of the verb
possessive pronoun shows ownership
subject pronoun pronouns used as subjects
object pronoun used as direct objects
interrogative pronoun used to form questions
diction word choice
ambiguous unclear meaning
symbolism object represents or stands for something else
first person point of view the speaker is in the story; uses the pronouns "I" and "me"
third person point of view the speaker is not in the story; uses the pronouns "he" or "she"

Vocabulary Week 5

Question Answer
1. Intense Pronoun – refers to the subject and directs the action of the verb.
2. Possessive Pronoun – shows ownership.
3. Subject Pronoun – pronoun used as subjects.
4. Object Pronoun – used as direct objects.
5. Interrogative Pronoun – used to form questions.
6. Diction – word choice.
7. Ambiguous – unclear meaning.
8. Symbolism – object represents or stands for something else.
9. First Person Point of View – the
10.Third Person Point of View

CIW Ch2 Quiz 1

Term Definition
Ajax A programming methodology that uses a number of existing technologies together and enables web applications to make incremental updates to the user interface without the need to reload the browser page.
Blog A collection of personal thoughts posted on a public web site.
Call center A centralized office used for the purpose of processing a large volume of requests by phone.
Collective intelligence The ability of a group to exhibit a greater degree of intelligence by solving problems collaboratively compared to the intelligence of an individual member.
Contact center A call center that allows consumers to contact agents via avenues other than by telephone.
Convergence The integration of telephony and data technologies.
Crowdsourcing A problem solving model in which a task ordinarily performed by one person is outsourced to a large group or community in order to obtain and analyze large amounts of data.
Folksonomy The practice of categorizing online content through tags.
Instant messaging A computer based method of communication in which users can type and view messages set to one or more recipients, and view the responses immediately.
Mashup A web page that integrates content and scripts from multiple web sites to create new applications.
Microformat A data format that adds human readable metadata to existing code so that the data can be processed by other software.
Mobile computing A person's ability to use technology in non-stationary positions and in transit.
Podcast The use of audio or video digital media files that are distributed through web feeds to subscribed users.

Bio chapter1 quiz!!

Question Answer
Theory Used both in science and in life. evidence form many scientific studies may support several related hypotheses in way that inspires research to propose a theory
Bias Is a particular preference or point of view that is personal rather than scientific
What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data 1. Numbers, counting , measuring
2. Descriptive and involve characteristic that cannot be counted
Biology Is the study of life
DNA Genetic code written in a molecule
Stimulus Is a signal to witch an organism responds
Sexual reproduction Cells from two parents unite to from the first cell of a new organism
Biosphere Living planet
What are features of living things They obtain materials and energy to grow develop and reproduce
Living things are made up of ——- cells Unicellular
The information coded in DNA is about——-years old 3.5
Plants obtain ——- they needed from the sunlight and take up nutrients to build body structures. The energy
Animals

Vocabulary week 5

Question Answer
Intensive pronoun reters to the subject and directs the action of the verb
possessive pronoun shows ownership
subject pronoun pronoun used as subjects
object pronoun used as direct objects
interrogative pronoun used to from questions
diction word choice
ambiguous unclear meaning
symbolism object represents or stands for something else
first person point of view The speaker is in the story ; uses the pronoun "I" and "me"
third person point of view The speaker is not in the story uses the pronoun "He" or "She"

Stack #2577442

Question Answer
Intensive Pronoun refers to the subject and directs the action of the verb
Possessive Pronoun shows ownership
Subject Pronoun pronouns used as subjects
Object Pronoun used as direct objects
Interrogative Pronoun used to form questions
Diction word choice
Ambiguous unclear meaning
Symbolism object represents or stands for something else
First Person Point of View the speaker is in the story; uses the pronouns "I" and "me"
Third Person Point of View the speaker is not in the story ; uses the pronouns "he" or "she

vocabulary week 4

Term Definition
intensive pronoun refers to the subject and directs the action of the verb
possessive pronoun shows ownership
object pronoun used as direct object
interrogative pronoun used as direct questions
diction word choice
ambiguous unclear meaning
symbolism object represents or stand for something else
first person point of view the speaker is the story uses the pronoun i or me
third person point of view the speaker is not in the story uses the pronoun he or she