ABCTE MSE Exam 1|194 Questions with Verified Answers What is Reflection - CORRECT ANSWER A form of transformation that changes the object's orientation; top, bottom, left, right. This creates a mir... ror image Best method for showing the high and low temp for a city over a 12 month period? - CORRECT ANSWER color-coded bar graph What is a Venn diagram useful for? - CORRECT ANSWER Map logical relationships What is a pie chart most commonly used for? - CORRECT ANSWER Comparing percentages. What does the right-facing horseshoe shape indicate? - CORRECT ANSWER The numbers or values are a proper subset of the overarching set. What instrument would help you precisely measure an angle? - CORRECT ANSWER A Protractor What is the mode? - CORRECT ANSWER The number or numbers that occur most often in the data set. What is the mean? - CORRECT ANSWER The average of the number set. What is the Median? - CORRECT ANSWER The middle number or the average of the 2 middle numbers. What is the range of a number set? - CORRECT ANSWER Subtract the smallest from the largest number in the set. How many more faces does a cube have than a triangular pyramid? - CORRECT ANSWER 2 What are syllogisms? - CORRECT ANSWER Deductive reasoning strategies composed of major premise, minor premise, and a conclusion. What is inductive reasoning - CORRECT ANSWER Bases conclusions on specific examples and can sometimes not be logically valid. In the hydrologic cycle, which process transforms liquid to gas? - CORRECT ANSWER Evaporation - a physical change; it turns water into a gaseous state In the hydrologic cycle, which process turns gas to liquid? - CORRECT ANSWER Condensation. In the hydrologic cycle, which process turns solid to gas? - CORRECT ANSWER Sublimation (like when dry ice "smokes") In the hydrologic cycle, which process turns gas to liquid? - CORRECT ANSWER precipitation What is climate? - CORRECT ANSWER The overall weather pattern over time in a certain region. What does "biotic" mean? - CORRECT ANSWER the living elements in a biome - plants, mammals, insects What does abiotic mean? - CORRECT ANSWER non-living element in a biome - pond, rain, sunlight. What is the purpose of the scientific method? - CORRECT ANSWER To use observation to test hypotheses and make predictions. What is the scientific method based on? - CORRECT ANSWER observation and the replication of results; hypotheses are formed and tested, with the hope that a theory can be created from the cycle of tested hypotheses. According to Darwin's idea of natural selection... - CORRECT ANSWER Populations pass down traits that help them adapt to their environment. 19th century scientist George Mendel believed that... - CORRECT ANSWER The emergence of one trait will not affect the emergence of another. How many planets in our solar system are known to have rings? - CORRECT ANSWER 4 - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune Give an example of the rain shadow effect: - CORRECT ANSWER A town on the leeward side of the mountain receives little annual rainfall. Leeward side - CORRECT ANSWER Side of the mountain protected from the wind. What is the rain shadow effect? - CORRECT ANSWER Mountains push moist air to higher altitudes where it cools, and water vapor condenses to form rain or snow that only falls on the windward side. Can the gemstone sapphire be scratched by quartz? Why? - CORRECT ANSWER No, because it is a variety of corundum, which ranks a very high 9 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Quartz is a 7 on the scale. Where is lignite on the Mohs scale of hardness? - CORRECT ANSWER It is a very soft form of coal, so it is low. Where is talc on the Mohs scale of hardness? - CORRECT ANSWER It is a 1; it can be scratched with your fingernail. The liver is an organ in the ____________ system? - CORRECT ANSWER Digestive. The liver provides bile and other enzymes for the digestion of dietary fats. What are the rectus abdominus? - CORRECT ANSWER Muscles of the torso. Where is the pituitary gland located, and what does it do? - CORRECT ANSWER It is located in the brain and it secretes a variety of hormones. Intense heat and pressure transform limestone into what? - CORRECT ANSWER Marble. What kind of rock is limestone? - CORRECT ANSWER Sedimentary rock. Anthracite is a form of what? - CORRECT ANSWER Coal. What is formica? - CORRECT ANSWER A man-made materiel invented in 1913. What is halite? - CORRECT ANSWER rock salt Would xenon be a good choice to fill a balloon with? - CORRECT ANSWER It wouldn't hurt anything, but xenon is heavier than air. What gas would be dangerous to fill a balloon with? - CORRECT ANSWER Hydrogen. It is highly reactive. Would nitrogen be a good choice to fill a balloon with? - CORRECT ANSWER It wouldn't hurt anything but it would approximate the weight of air and look like a "tired" helium balloon. Neutrals have a pH value of - CORRECT ANSWER greater than 7 to 14 If a substance is corrosive to metal and turns litmus paper red, it is _________ - CORRECT ANSWER an acid. Acids have characteristics of being sour, like lemon juice and vinegar. If a substance feels slippery and turns litmus paper blue it is ________ - CORRECT ANSWER a base. Examples are baking soda and ammonia. Acids have a pH value of - CORRECT ANSWER 0 - 6 Battery acid is at 0. what features are only found in plant cells? - CORRECT ANSWER cell wall and chloroplasts. Neutrals have a pH value of - CORRECT ANSWER zero. water, for example. Animal cells have _____ instead of cell walls? - CORRECT ANSWER cell membranes Why don't animal cells need chloroplasts for photosynthesis? - CORRECT ANSWER Because animals do not get their energy from light. What factor would hinder the normal development of a plant? - CORRECT ANSWER Stress - from things like soil conditions and restricted growing space would stunt plant growth. What was Darwin's major contribution to the scientific world? - CORRECT ANSWER Natural Selection (along with Alfred Russell Wallace) What was Linnaeus' major contribution to the scientific world? - CORRECT ANSWER Taxonomic classification (he was an 18th century Swedish scientist) He laid the foundation for our hierarchical scheme for classifying plants and animals. What was Mendeleev's major contribution to Science? - CORRECT ANSWER He devised an early version of the periodic table. What was Mendel's scientific contribution? - CORRECT ANSWER He was a forefather in the field of genetics. What is the proper sequence in the water cycle? - CORRECT ANSWER Evaporation, condensation, precipitation, collection. which instrument would be useful in studying weather? - CORRECT ANSWER Anemometer Which instrument would be useful in measuring wind speed? - CORRECT ANSWER Anemometer Which instrument would be useful in measuring blood pressure? - CORRECT ANSWER Sphygmomanometer Which instrument would be useful in measuring the heat of chemical reactions or physical changes? - CORRECT ANSWER Calorimeter Which instrument would be useful in measuring electric current running through its coil? - CORRECT ANSWER Galvanometer Metaphase occurs during what? - CORRECT ANSWER Mitosis - the process of cell division, usually divided into 4 phases. What is Metaphase? - CORRECT ANSWER The second part of mitosis in which the spindle fibers line up the chromosomes in the middle of the cell. What is photosynthesis? - CORRECT ANSWER The process by which plants use light energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into stored energy or food. Why is photosynthesis perhaps the most important function on earth? - CORRECT ANSWER Because it is responsible for the creation of an environment suitable for humans and other species to survive. What is Mitosis? - CORRECT ANSWER Cell division What is meiosis? - CORRECT ANSWER Cell reproduction. In cells, what is respiration? - CORRECT ANSWER The process whereby cells created energy from food. What is an example of exothermic process through chemical reaction? - CORRECT ANSWER A candle flame burning. What is the exothermic process? - CORRECT ANSWER Releases heat and causes the temperature of the immediate surrounding to rise. Explain the endothermic process. - CORRECT ANSWER The process absorbs heat and cools the surroundings. What is a key to classifying if a process is exothermic or endothermic? - CORRECT ANSWER Note how the temperature of the surroundings changes. What are some nonrenewable energy sources? - CORRECT ANSWER Coal, natural gas, and oil. What classifies something as a nonrenewable energy source? - CORRECT ANSWER They are not replenished as fast as they are used. What are some renewable energy sources? - CORRECT ANSWER Wind, solar and biomass. What is biomass energy? - CORRECT ANSWER It comes from burning waste products that come in the form of wood, crops, algae and other materials. When white light passes through a prism, what is the results? - CORRECT ANSWER Light is broken apart into the colors of the visible light spectrum. What is it called when light is broken apart into the colors of the light spectrum? - CORRECT ANSWER Refraction. (it is bent) Red light is bent LESS than the other colors of light which is why it is above the other colors of the rainbow which are bent more and more as they move towards violet light. What is the formula for distance? - CORRECT ANSWER d = rt which of the 4 states of matter cannot change volume? - CORRECT ANSWER Solids. A solid keeps its shape unless it is broken. If it DOES change its SHAPE... if it's broken, the VOLUME doesn't change. It is the only state of matter that cannot be compressed. What best describes a black hole? - CORRECT ANSWER A region of space-time where gravity is so strong that not even light can escape. What is an effective means to measure a students fluency level? - CORRECT ANSWER The student reads a grade-level text while the teacher measures the child's expression to gauge how individual words and meaningful phrases are read. What should students do first when asked to write an essay? - CORRECT ANSWER Free write - this allows students to gather ideas and determine what is important to them. Steps in the writing process? - CORRECT ANSWER Free write, outline, draft, edit, publish. Explain Jargon: - CORRECT ANSWER A specialized vocabulary, usually understood by a group of people who share a vocation or similar interest. Explain Dialect: - CORRECT ANSWER Regional version of a language. Explain Patois: - CORRECT ANSWER A regional version of a language. Explain Argot: - CORRECT ANSWER A version of language shared by criminals. What is interpretive writing? - CORRECT ANSWER Writing that helps the reader understand an event, story, or topic. UNDERSTAND is the key word.(interpret) What is expository writing? - CORRECT ANSWER Writing that is used to explain, describe, or give information about a topic. What is persuasive writing? - CORRECT ANSWER Writing that attempts to convince the reader What is narrative writing? - CORRECT ANSWER A genre of writing that tells a story from the writers imagination or experience. What is Scanning? - CORRECT ANSWER Technique employed when looking for a specific word or phrase. What is Skimming? - CORRECT ANSWER Rapidly reviewing the text to gain a general sense of the content. What is an example of someone showing Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills? (BICS) - CORRECT ANSWER Jose chatting with friends during lunch. BICS important steps in language acquisition. What strategy is most effective in helping a 1st grader become a better writer? - CORRECT ANSWER Providing feedback and praise in a post-writing conference. What is the heart of the alphabetic principle? - CORRECT ANSWER Making the connection between phonemes and graphemes .... "D" is repeated in a song to show that "D" in the word dog makes the same sound as in dinosaur and dirt. ad lazarum - CORRECT ANSWER an argument which exploits the belief that the poor are innately wise. ad hominem - CORRECT ANSWER argument that focuses on the person making the argument rather than the argument itself. red herring - CORRECT ANSWER argument that introduces irrelevant information to distract from the issue at hand. ad nauseum - CORRECT ANSWER argument that relies on repetition. Why would the word "closet" be a challenge for a first grader to read? - CORRECT ANSWER It has 2 syllables and is difficult to "sound out" What is the best definition for the word "maladroit?" - CORRECT ANSWER Inept - because the Latin prefix mal - means "bad," as in the words malpractice and malevolence. Inept has the prefix "in" which also has a negative impact on words such as incomplete and insoluble. Why is the following not punctuated correctly? The directions on the screen reminded me to log-out. - CORRECT ANSWER "Log-out" is not used as an adjective in this construction; therefore, a hyphen is not needed between two words. When searching for information on the internet, why is it important to use quotation-mark-enclosed phrases in a search engine? - CORRECT ANSWER It will find the most pertinent information and will help students narrow their investigation. Why is it important to "read with expression and great emphasis on punctuation" when reading with young readers? - CORRECT ANSWER Reading aloud as students follow along in the text is a great way for students to learn the correlation between the page and the sounds. Fluency not only concerns speed, but expression, accuracy, and a knowledge of punctuation and how it affects the text. What is the structure and purpose of a fable? - CORRECT ANSWER They teach a lesson about abstract moral ideas, wisdom, and foolishness, and make them concrete through characters and events. What is the structure and purpose of a myth? - CORRECT ANSWER A story that explains the creation of a people. What is the structure of a fairy tale? - CORRECT ANSWER A tale of some length involving magic and adventures woven around a virtue, but tends to be lengthy and involve feats of magic. What describes the structure of a legend? - CORRECT ANSWER Stories of human heroes and their incredible exploits. When measuring fluency with understanding a student in 4th grade should have an average reading rate of how many standard words per minute? - CORRECT ANSWER 149 When measuring fluency with understanding a student in 2nd grade should have an average reading rate of how many standard words per minute? - CORRECT ANSWER 120 When measuring fluency with understanding a student in 6th grade should have an average reading rate of how many standard words per minute? - CORRECT ANSWER 177 When measuring fluency with understanding a student in 7th grade should have an average reading rate of how many standard words per minute? - CORRECT ANSWER 191 What is one component of a complete and comprehensive phonics program? - CORRECT ANSWER Systematic phonics instruction with focus on phonemes. What are synonyms for the word "MARCH?" - CORRECT ANSWER Parade, progress, stride. As a verb, MARCH means to move forward with long steps in a vigorous manner. Parade and stride are synonyms of the verb form. As a noun, MARCH means forward movement, so progress is a reasonable synonym. Expository writing is - CORRECT ANSWER Subject-oriented and contains facts and information using little dialogue. The word ibid means - CORRECT ANSWER in the same place. It is Latin. Authors use this convention when writing end notes and bibliographies in order to avoid having to rewrite lengthy citations. What is characteristic of expository writing? - CORRECT ANSWER Subject-oriented with little dialogue. Expository text is written to inform, to explain, to describe, to present information, or to persuade. Narrative writing - CORRECT ANSWER Person-oriented and based on life experiences. argumentative writing - CORRECT ANSWER impassioned Instructive writing - CORRECT ANSWER contains step-by-step directions Homonym - CORRECT ANSWER Words that are spelled the same, and in most instances sound the same, but have different meanings. (bear) Synonym - CORRECT ANSWER Words that mean similar things (eradicate and obliterate) Antonym - CORRECT ANSWER words that mean the opposite of one another. (high and low) In literature, what is the plot? - CORRECT ANSWER The series of events that moves the narrative along. What genre is associated with the literary term roman a clef - CORRECT ANSWER Fiction. It is a text based on actual events and historical figures but presented with a fictional façade. In literature, what is the setting? - CORRECT ANSWER Describes a place, historical period, time of day, and other relevant information for the story. It gives the reader a sense of where the story is taking place. In literature, what is the Motive? - CORRECT ANSWER It explains why characters do certain things. In literature, who is the antagonist? - CORRECT ANSWER The "bad guy" who opposes the protagonist in the story. What are examples of classic "coming of age" novel scenarios? - CORRECT ANSWER First kiss, first love, first loss. A phoneme - CORRECT ANSWER The smallest unit of sound that can be distinct from one another. Indicated in print by the surrounding slashes. By the end of second grade, an emerging reader should be able to - CORRECT ANSWER decode and read a large number of words with one and two syllables. What is pragmatics? - CORRECT ANSWER The study of how language works in specific situations. "Speaker meaning" is part of that - what is he trying to say? Analytic phonics - CORRECT ANSWER Whole-word phonics, is the whole-to-part approach to word study. Synthetic phonics - CORRECT ANSWER part-to-whole approach to word study. What are students taught in the Analytic phonics approach? - CORRECT ANSWER Teaching sight words and their relevant phonics generalizations, with the belief that this knowledge is then applied to other words. What are students taught in Synthetic approach? - CORRECT ANSWER First taught sounds represented by letters, so later they are able to form phonetic generalizations. The Latin prefix ferr means - CORRECT ANSWER iron the Latin prefix circum means - CORRECT ANSWER around - circumference the Latin prefix cred means - CORRECT ANSWER belief, credence, credit, credo, credible the Latin prefix dyna means - CORRECT ANSWER power... dynamite What is an example of a systematic approach to phonics instruction? - CORRECT ANSWER Programs that emphasize letter-sound relationships (phonics) in known words with minimal isolation. Which is considered a cause of the outbreak of WWII in both Asia and Europe? - CORRECT ANSWER The rise of nationalism. Before WWII, nationalist movements gained power in Germany, Italy, and Japan (soon to be the three major Axis powers) What is a key idea of the Declaration of Independence? - CORRECT ANSWER Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. Why did the Declaration of Independence come about? - CORRECT ANSWER The 13 British colonies in North America wanted to govern themselves and laid out their list of grievances against the British in this document. What contributed to the model of representative democracy that served as the foundation for the government of the United States? - CORRECT ANSWER The Athenian Democracy of ancient Greece What is plutocracy? - CORRECT ANSWER "Rule by the rich" and it is contrary to the ideal of a representative democracy. what is deliberative democracy supported by Jurgen Habermas? - CORRECT ANSWER a system of democracy which calls for decision-making based on a thorough debate among citizenry. What contributed to the start of the Vietnam War? - CORRECT ANSWER The Geneva Peace Accords signed by France and Vietnam. It ended the war in Indeochina, but set the stage for war in Vietnam by dividing Vietnam in two. What were some feature of the Vietnam War after it began? - CORRECT ANSWER The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and the Paris Peace Agreement. What was a key event of the Korean War? - CORRECT ANSWER The invasion at Inchon. Which amendment officially abolished slavery in the Constitution? - CORRECT ANSWER The 13th, ratified in December 1865 "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except for punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." Which Ammendment? - CORRECT ANSWER 13th Amendment What is "simple interest?" - CORRECT ANSWER based on the amount of the principle only. Multiply the principle by simple interest rate which will yield the new principle. What is annual compound interest rate? - CORRECT ANSWER based on the principle and the amount of interest earned. Which economist wrote the following? " It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we can expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest." - CORRECT ANSWER Adam Smith, "Inquiry into the Nature and the cause of the Wealth of Nations" 1776 "Inquiry into the Nature and the cause of the Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith suggested what? - CORRECT ANSWER People's interest in their own economic gain is what will provide a strong and stable economy. Which religious leader helped bridge the communications between the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War? - CORRECT ANSWER Pope John Paul II How did Pope John Paul II help out during the cold war between the Soviet Union and the United States? - CORRECT ANSWER During the mid 1980s, he participated in talks between Mikhail Gorbachev, Soviet Leader, and US President Ronald Reagan. He is credited with playing a pivotal role in the breakdown of the communist Soviet regime. What is Plato known for? - CORRECT ANSWER Philosophical dialogues. He was Aristotle's teacher. What is Aristotle known for? - CORRECT ANSWER The structure of ancient drama; he penned his Poetics, an examination of the structure and origin of Greek tragedy. What are Lao Tzu and Asoka known for? - CORRECT ANSWER They are prominent Asian figures known for their concern with philosophy and government. What Depression-era development marked a significant change in the way the United States government conducted business? - CORRECT ANSWER Deficit spending. Hoover felt this was prohibitively risky, while Roosevelt believed it necessary in order to offer immediate relief from the Depression. When the President of the United States is tried for impeachment in the Senate, which officer of government presides over the trial? - CORRECT ANSWER Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Who is the President of the Senate? - CORRECT ANSWER The Vice President of the United States. The Mississippi River flows through which states? - CORRECT ANSWER It begins in Minnesota, then flows through or along the borders of Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, emptying into the Gulf of Mexico. What is "Manifest Destiny?" - CORRECT ANSWER The phrase used by US Leaders in the 1840s to explain the desire of continental expansion. It was "destiny" to expand from the Atlantic to the Pacific. What was "suffrage?" - CORRECT ANSWER The movement in the late 1800s for women to have the right to vote. It concluded with the passage of the 19th amendment. What was the Open Door Policy? - CORRECT ANSWER It sought to establish equal trading rights for all nations trading in China. What was the New Deal? - CORRECT ANSWER Started by FDR during the depression of the 1930s What was Manifest Destiny fueled by? - CORRECT ANSWER high birthrate, increase in immigration, two recent economic depressions, and opportunities for new commerce. What document, written in 1215, limited the power of government in England and is considered a prelude to modern constitutional law? - CORRECT ANSWER Magna Carta The Magna Carta is often called the "Cornerstone of Freedom" and is considered the model for the Bill of Rights. What important section had a great impact on US Constitutional law? - CORRECT ANSWER The section that prevented the King from imprisoning his subjects without lawful reason. What was the Mayflower Compact? - CORRECT ANSWER A way of ensuring that everyone who traveled on the Mayflower to the new world follow the laws the community set out. What are the Federalist Papers? - CORRECT ANSWER Written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison, after the Constitution was written, to help convince states they should ratify the Constitution. What is the Declaration of Arbroath? - CORRECT ANSWER It gave Scotland independence from England in 1320 In 1896 the Supreme Court upheld segregation policies in which landmark case? - CORRECT ANSWER Plessy v. Ferguson Describe Plessy v. Ferguson - CORRECT ANSWER set the standard of "separate but equal" which meant that as long as there were equal facilities, they could have separate facilities for blacks and whites. Describe Brown v. Board of Education - CORRECT ANSWER Supreme court overruled Plessy v. Ferguson with this in 1954 when it determined separate facilities were inherently unequal. The discovery of which natural resource led to an enormous population growth in California? - CORRECT ANSWER Gold. Who and where was Gold first discovered in California? - CORRECT ANSWER James Marshall found it at Sutter's Mill in January 1845. What role did Frederick Douglass play in the Civil War? - CORRECT ANSWER Principle leader of the abolitionist movement. He worked along side President Lincoln in fighting for constitutional amendments that guaranteed voting rights and other civil liberties for blacks. The Anglo-Powhatan Wars were fought by which group of European Colonists? - CORRECT ANSWER Settlers of Jamestown The ritual of auto da fe was a feature of which historical phenomenon? - CORRECT ANSWER The Spanish Inquisition. Public execution... repaired the relationship between God and the perpetrator of heresy. The Spanish Inquisition officially ended in 1834. Helen Hunt Jackson published "A Century of Dishonor" in which decade? - CORRECT ANSWER 1880s What did "A Century of Dishonor" assert? - CORRECT ANSWER That much of the economic prosperity in the US had resulted from lies, broken treaties, and forced relocations of Native Americans by the federal government. On a relief map, what does the color green usually represent? - CORRECT ANSWER Lowlands. Low elevations. On a relief map, what does the color brown and red usually represent? - CORRECT ANSWER Mountains, depending on their elevation. Which cultural icon represents the massive of influx of women into the work force during WWII? - CORRECT ANSWER Rosie the Riveter... a woman in work clothes flexing her bicep; the caption reading, "We can do it!" The American Revolution preceded what? - CORRECT ANSWER The Declaration of Independence. 1776 What were the dates of the Lewis and Clark expedition? - CORRECT ANSWER 1804 - 1806 What are the dates of the American Civil War? - CORRECT ANSWER 1861 - 1865 What would be a primary source for learning about a historical event? - CORRECT ANSWER A newspaper article; primary sources are authoritative documents, preferably eye-witness accounts. [Show More]
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