Posts Tagged ‘test’

PostHeaderIcon Could Your Posts Pass Guy Kawasaki's Social Media Test?

Could Your Posts Pass Guy Kawasaki's Social Media Test?
In his latest book, The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users, Guy Kawasaki explains what it takes to create posts that will deliver value to your followers, build your brand and share your story. The chief evangelist at Canva, an Australia …
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The Google drug and other ways to up your social media game in 2015
You may have garnered a few hundred, if you're lucky thousand, new fans over the Christmas period through various social promotions but is there anything you can do differently in the coming year? Calculating return on investment for social media is …
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Don't Make These 5 Social Media Branding Mistakes
If you don't realize your social identity includes blogging, then there is no help for you. Not only does blogging create a thought leadership persona for you, it also enriches your social media platforms — not to mention the SEO benefits that can be …
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Marketing Gone Wrong: Is Your Social Media Plan Legal?
Says Creaser: “When you decided to engage on social media, you are agreeing to stand on a very public stage and allow your customers to tell you what they really think about you. What sounds like a great idea or a promotion in a marketing meeting may …
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PostHeaderIcon Hi im a teacher and I would like to make a test for my students please help.?

Question by The chick: Hi im a teacher and I would like to make a test for my students please help.?
I would like 18 questions total 2 questions per topic
True or false questions with correct answers.

Manifest Destiny

Rationale for Expansion

Andrew Jackson

Western Culture

People

Developments

“Wild West”

Settling the West

Railroads

The Mining Industry

Native Americans

Reservation Policies

Trail of Tears

Wars

End of Resistance

Assimilation

Reconstruction

Carpetbaggers and scalawags

Freedmen’s Bureau

Southern Economy

Agriculture

Segregation

Discrimination in the Supreme Court

Plessy v. Ferguson

Separate but Equal

Jim Crow Laws

Loss of Civil Rights

Fighting Back

Ida B. Wells

Booker T. Washington

W. E. B. Du Bois

Industrial Revolution

Expanding industry

Inventors

The Gilded Age

Laissez-Faire Capitalism

Corruption

Concentrated Wealth

Business Empires

Oil

Steel

Electricity

Too Much Expansion

Monopolies

Robber Barons

Thinkers and Philosophies

Rags to Riches

American Dream

Horatio Alger Myth

Social Darwinism

Politics of the Gilded Age

Billion Dollar Congress

Laissez-Faire Capitalism

Populist Rise

Centennial Celebration

Philadelphia in 1876

Changes in Agriculture

Affect of technology

Immigration

“Old” v. “New”

Ellis Island

Urbanization

Population Shift

Technology

Skyscrapers, streetcars

Urban Culture

Ethnic Neighborhoods

Five Points

Private v. Public

Boss and Machine Politics

Suffering Family Values

Gangs

Social Response

Social Gospel

Henry George

Hull House

The New Working Class

African Americans

Women and Children

Working Conditions

Safety Violations

Workforce Discontent

Monotonous repetitions

Instability

Wages

Labor Warfare

Employer: Black lists, lockouts, yellow-dog

Employee: Knights of Labor, strikes (Pullman)

Progressive Philosophy

Middle Class

Charles Darwin

Origins of Species

John Dewey

Progressive Programs

Conservation Movement

Prohibition

Inspections

Settlement Houses

Progressive Presidents and Muckrakers

Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

Woodrow Wilson

Muckraking

Upton St. Clair

The Jungle (1906)

Minorities during Progressivism

Civil Rights

The New Imperialism

International Darwinism

Alaska and Hawaii annexation

White Man’s Burden

Spanish American War

Cause and Effect

Philippines and Cuba

Panama Canal

Building Project

Recent Handover

Issues in Asia

China: Boxer Rebellion

Japan: “Gentleman’s Agreement”

Values

Education

Science

Arts

Realism and Naturalism

Literature

F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

Jazz

Popular Culture

Press

Great Fire − Chicago

Earthquake − San Francisco

Titanic

Girl Scouts

Sports

Best answer:

Answer by judy
LOL. Good one!

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PostHeaderIcon What was the official 911 commission report findings on the twin tower collapses &why no test for explosives?

Question by Sir Baron: What was the official 911 commission report findings on the twin tower collapses &why no test for explosives?

reports of explosives during the 9-11-2001 event should have warranted a test right?
the twin towers could withstand the impact of multiple jet liners of the late 1960,s that’s 707 and dc-8 both have 4 tturbojetengines and fly at about 600 mph

Best answer:

Answer by Johnny Sokko
Planes flew into them.

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