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What landform is the downthrown land block between two parallel faults?
 
  A. horst
  B. graben
  C. terrane
  D. syncline
  E. anticline

Question 2

What type of fault is the San Andreas fault?
 
  A. reverse
  B. thrust
  C. upthrown
  D. normal
  E. strike-slip

Question 3

What is the exposed bedrock on an upthrown block?
 
  A. laccolith
  B. downthrown block
  C. horst
  D. fault scarp
  E. syncline

Question 4

What is NOT true about faulting?
 
  A. The rock structure is broken.
  B. One side of the rock structure is forcibly displaced.
  C. Breaks only occur at the surface.
  D. Fault block shifts are vertical, horizontal, or both.
  E. It takes place where crust is weak.

Question 5

What is a fold that is particularly forceful, breaks, and reverses its orientation?
 
  A. overturned fold
  B. overthrust fold
  C. downfold
  D. syncline
  E. pseudocline

Question 6

What type of stress associated with plate movement causes folding of the crust?
 
  A. vertical compression
  B. shearing
  C. tension
  D. bending
  E. lateral compression

Question 7

What is a vertical igneous feature that is very long and thin, often upthrust through preexisting rock?
 
  A. laccolith
  B. batholith
  C. vein
  D. dike
  E. sill
A child who is able to convey ideas and information verbally demonstrates skills in:
 
  a. listening comprehension
  b. written expression
  c. basic reading skill
  d. oral expression

Q. 2

A ______________________is a neurological disorder that severely impairs children's ability to learn or to demonstrate skills in several academic areas
 
  a. developmental disability
  b. specific learning disability
  c. communication disability
  d. hearing disability

Q. 3

About 80 of professional school counselors often or occasionally engage in which of the following assessment-related activities:
 
  a. Interpreting scores from assessment instruments and using the information in counseling
  b. Reading about and being aware of ethical issues in assessment
  c. Communicating and interpreting assessment information to parents, teachers, school administrators, and other professionals
  d. All of the above

Q. 4

The first step in developing a school assessment program is:
 
  a. identifying the responsibilities of the staff in the assessment program.
  b. identifying the types of information needed to make decisions.
  c. identifying the goals and purposes of the assessment program.
  d. identifying the types of instruments to be given and establish procedures for selecting them.

Q. 5

Which individuals would use information obtained from the school assessment program for instructional decisions?
 
  a. Principles
  b. Teachers
  c. Parents
  d. Students

Q. 6

School assessment programs should be developed cooperatively by:
 
  a. School administrators
  b. University representatives
  c. Students
  d. All of the above

Q. 7

In using the Bender-Gestalt to screen for emotional indicators, or emotional-behavior problems in children, which of the following pairs is CORRECT?
 
  a. Fine line: anxiety, frustration
  b. Large size: attempt to control impulsivity, need for outer limits and structure
  c. Dashes substituted for circles: mental confusion, poor motor coordination
  d. Second attempt at drawing designs: impulsivity and anxiety
After an informal cooperative learning task, it is important for teachers to check student learning by
 
  a. Giving a written test
  b. Putting the focus questions on the next exam
  c. Randomly calling on students to share their answers
  d. Calling on volunteer students to share their answers

Q. 2

What is NOT a major purpose of base groups?
 
  a. Help students cognitively process the material
  b. Give academic support
  c. Give personal support
  d. Manage attendance and homework

Q. 3

__________________ safety deals with bodily harm.
 
  a. Material
  b. Epistemological
  c. Physical
  d. Psychological

Q. 4

Which type of summary brings together multiple client issues?
 
  a) Signal
  b) Planning
  c) Focusing
  d) Thematic

Q. 5

Dyad work normally occurs during the __________ stage of psychodrama groups.
 
  a. preparation
  b. working
  c. performing
  d. application

Q. 6

Read the following example.
 
  Client: I am such a terrible mother. I can't let my daughter live her own life.
 
  Clinician: You must really care about your daughter and be concerned about her experiencing the same pain you had experienced when you were an adolescent.
  This is an example of
 
  a. positive self-talk
  b. anchoring
  c. reframing
  d. thought-stopping

Q. 7

Research has shown that some Asian American clients and Hispanic clients both prefer low-level intimacy disclosure.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
Explain what planned repetition is and provide an example illustrating why you would use it in a speech.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Amy and Dustin are arguing over who should have the final decision concerning where they will
  spend the holidays. This scenario BEST exemplifies a __________ conflict.
 
  A) relationship
  B) content
  C) inconsequential
  D) social issues
As the person conducting the interview, you are responsible for the
  tone and pace.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
The Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren outraged religious conservatives in 1962 when it
 
  a. declared that tax breaks to religious charities were unconstitutional.
  b. ruled that required prayer and Bible reading in public schools violated the First Amendment.
  c. prohibited the display of religious symbols in government buildings.
  d. ruled that parochial students could not ride on public school buses.
  e. ruled that the government practice of congressional chaplains was unconstitutional.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
In the Late Empire, where did most senators live?
 
  a. Rome
  b. Constantinople
  c. Marseilles
  d. provincial villas
  e. large urban areas throughout the empire
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Of all the eastern bloc states, which one had the most troublesome period after the fall of Communism?
 
  a. Poland
  b. Czech Republic
  c. Yugoslavia
  d. Hungary
  e. Latvia
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