We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byDiane Frizell
Modified about 1 year ago
UNWIND VOCAB PART 1
Pigment (pg. 3) any substance used to add color
Evicted (pg. 5) to expel from property by law; kicked out
Irreversible (pg. 6) not reversible; incapable of being changed
Strain (pg 9) to exert to the utmost; difficult to make effort
Plagued (pg. 11) to trouble, annoy, or torment in any manner
Sleight (p. 13) skill; dexterity; cunning; craft
Grafted (pg 13) to transplant (a portion of living tissue, as of skin or bone) as a graft
Insignificant (pg. 16) unimportant, trifling, or petty
Assesses (pg 18) to judge the worth, importance, etc, of; evaluate
Tribunal (p 21) a place or seat of judgment
Demeanor (p 21) Conduct, facial appearance, behavior
Exemplary (p 22) worthy of imitation; commendable; serving as a model or pattern
Inflammatory (p 24) tending to arouse anger, hostility, passion, etc.
Foolproof (p 26) never-failing; involving no risk or harm
Fragments (p 30) a part broken off or detached
Wisdom (p 31) knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action
Camaraderie (p 32) a spirit of familiarity and trust existing between friends
Conspicuous (p 33) easily seen or noticed
Deceleration (p 34) to slow down
Median (p 35) a strip in the center of a highway that separates lanes of traffic going in opposite directions
Dense (38) having the trees/foliage closely crowded together
Integrity (38) adherence to moral and ethical principles
Tranquilizers (41) a drug that has a sedative or calming effect without inducing sleep
Revulsion (43) a strong feeling of repugnance, distaste, or dislike
Restrains (44) to hold back from action
Anonymous (47) of unknown name
Condescending (47) to behave as if one knows he/she is of a higher or superior position, rank, or dignity To think you’re better than someone else
Convey (48) to communicate
Ruse (49) an action intended to mislead, deceive, or trick
Prospect (50) the outlook for the future; potential or likelihood
Trustworthy: to have belief or confidence in the honesty, goodness, skill or safety of a person, organization or thing.
HOW TO SAY NO. Refusal Skills Communication strategies that can help you say no when you are urged to take part in behaviors that are unsafe or unhealthful,
Some Core Values, Principles, and Assumptions to Guide the Work.
Consumer Learning. Learning is the process by which individuals acquire the purchase & consumption knowledge & experience that they apply to future.
The new BC Family Law Act creates changes to family law in British Columbia. Some of these changes are significant and important to be aware of.
What We Know About Acting Out Teens Diagnosis, etiology, risk assessment, the role of the Department of Juvenile Services, and treatment.
Victoria ISD Common Sense Media Grade 8: Online Identities.
Module 4 The 20 Hour Basic Successful Solutions Professional Development LLC Chapter 3 Adapting to Childrens Temperament.
© 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved 3 - 2ChapterChapter McGraw-Hill/Irwin Attitudes, Self- Concept, Values, and Ethics 3.
20 JUL Transitioning from Combat to Home Battlemind Training *See Notes Pages for Briefing Instructions.
Raising Children In a New Culture. Challenges for parents Weather Language – learn English Find a place to live Find a job Go to school.
Tips on managing challenging situations after brain injury For Survivors, Caregivers, and Clinicians: What can you do to help?
Created by Susan Sampl, Ph.D. Adapted by John P Thompson MA, CDP.
Chapter 7 Management and Leadership Ms. Baumgartner Business Essentials.
Social Psychology Department of Psychology University of Glasgow Kazuyo Nakabayashi.
You may be a victim of. Are you anxious and worried about what will happen when you and your significant other are together? Apart? Are you the subject.
Why Ethics? Should I bring my personal beliefs into my organisation? Should not my employer determine standards of behaviour for all employees? Should.
Time vs. Risk Learning Lite. Time vs Risk – Rolling the Dice Since we lived in caves we have had the temptation to cut corners or take shortcuts. It’s.
Continuing and Expanding Action Research Learning Cedar Rapids Community Schools February, 2005 Dr. Susan Leddick.
CIVILITY IN THE WORKPLACE: Here, there, anywhere? Maureen Cole, Director Oregon City Public Library.
The James Company, LLC. So we suggest you sit quietly, behave yourselves, and study in the schools we provide as a holding pen until we are ready to accept.
THE LAW OF THE CREATION AND THE LAWS OF GOD. LAW OF THE CREATION THE HIGHEST COMMAND OF THE LAW OF THE CREATION IS: ACHIEVE THE WISDOM OF KNOWLEDGE INASMUCH.
To print this bulletin board on date and acquaintance rape… Under file hit the print function, and in the print what box, select slides, and click OK…
Post 16 Citizenship Liz Craft Valuing progress Celebrating achievement.
Ethical Justice Chapter Three: Criminal Justice Educators - Ethical Issues in Teaching.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Tyee Park IS A NO Harassment NO Intimidation NO Bullying ZONE.
Collection Under the Oregon Unlawful Debt Collection Practices Act. ORS
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. UNDERSTANDING CRIME PREVENTION Une personne avertie en vaut Deux.
Through Strong Leadership. Management skills pertain to the needed planning and coordination to meet the goals. Leadership skills pertain to the inspiration,
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.