History Chp 10 The Plantations

Term Definition
Plantations take land from the Irish and handing it over to loyal subjects to the crown
Papist loyal to the Pope
Surrender and Regrant A policy introduced by King Henry VIII whereby Gaelic chieftains swore an oath of allegiance to the king in return for a title.
Brehon Law Law followed by the Gaelic chieftains.
Queen Mary I Ordered the first plantations in Laois-Offaly
Queen Elizabeth I Ordered the Munster Plantation.
King James I Ordered the Ulster Plantation
The Pale area of land from Bray to Dundalk that was controlled by the English
Black Rent money demanded by the Gaelic Irish in return for a promise not to attack farmers from the Pale.
Undertaker a man who received land in the Plantation and promised to follow the rules of the Plantation.
The Nine Years War A rebellion between the English and the O'Neills and O'Donnells.
The Battle of Kinsale The English army defeated the Gaelic families O'Neills and O'Donnells
Flight of the Earls the Gaelic Earls of Ulster left Ireland rather than be ruled by the English.
Servitor A person who received land in the Ulster plantation in return for serving in the English army during the Nine Years War.
London Trade Guilds Guilds such as blacksmiths and tanners moved to Derry.
Adventurer A person who financed the Plantation and received land in return.
Omagh, Enniskillen and Belfast Planned towns.
Flax Crop grown to make linen
Arable farming Growing crops

Stack #2597693

Question Answer
analyze break down into parts
infer figure out using clues and prior knowledge
refer go back
summarize short retelling-include most important events
conclude figure out
classify put into groups
define give a meaning to
justify explain your thinking or answer
label mark what it is
organize to put in a category
sequence put into order
central/main idea what the text is mostly about
comparison a description of similar people, places, ideas,things
illustration a drawing, steps shown, example
evidence the information in the text that proves or supports the idea
point of view who is telling the story, from which vantage point
stanza a group of lines and poem
theme overall lessons taught through the text for the reader's own life… responsibility, kindness, perseverance
cause what makes something happen ( key words in text include: because, when,
effect what happens as result( key words in text include: because, when,
response ( respond ) a verbal or written answer
specific exact, detailed response
strategy a tool used to figure something out

Flash

Question Answer
Anti Against Antidote-a medicine given or taken to counteract a particular poison
Pro ForwardProceed-begin or countinue a course of action
Retro BackwardRetrospective-looking back or dealing with past events or situations
Com Together Community-a group of people living in the same area or having some characteristics in similar
Bio LifeBiology-

DNA

Question Answer
Who is griffith? Discovered and named the "transforming principle"
Who is avery? Identified griffiths transforming princaple to be DNA.
Who is Hershey and chase? Made and displayed the 3D structure of DNA
Hydrogen bond in adenine and guanine? Double bond
What is the hydrogen bond in adenine and thymine? Simgle hydrogen bond
Changing variable in dna molecule Nitrogenouse base

week11 vocabulary

Term Definition
Affable Characterized by ease and friendliness
Agog Full of intense interest or excitement
Bemoan To express deep grief or distress over
Beseech To beg for urgently or anxiously
Contumacious Stubbornly disobedient
Convivial Relating to or fond of feasting and good company
Disputation Verbal controversy
Extricate To free or remove from an entanglement or difficulty
Hypochondriac One who faces extreme depression of mind or spirits often centered imaginary physical ailments
Hypocritical Characterized by an appearance of false character or beliefs

Between shades Study guide for Between Shades of Gray test

Question Answer
How does the book begin? (4) The Vilkas family (Elena, Lina, and Jonas) are arrested by the NKVD
How much was Jonas’s life worth to an NKVD officer? (27) A pocket watch
How did the Soviets make the deportees look like criminals? (41) They put the phrase “thieves and prostitutes” on the train car
What did Lina first use to draw on and pass along to her father? (62) A handkerchief
What gift makes its way among Lina, Andrius and Jonas throughout the story? A stone
What three things were part of the condemnation papers the NKVD tried to get the prisoners to sign at the labor camp? (142) They agree to join the collective farm,They agree to pay a war tax of two hundred rubles per person, They agree to be imprisoned for 25 years
What were they forced to do before taking a shower? (97) Undress in front of the soldiers
What does Andrius pull Jonas away from seeing? (102) Ona's body after the guard shot her
Where is the farming area where the trucks arrive? (105) near Altai
What is grown on this farm? (105) beets and potatoes
When are the prisoners taken to the military office? (140) In the middle of the night
Who is Ulyushka? (138) The old woman with whom Lina's family lives on the farm
When they arrived at the first work camp, what happened when Lina, her mother, and their friend were digging a huge hole? (150) They were buried alive momentarily.
What did Lina's father tell Lina when she found him? (44) You can help me find you.
Where did the main characters, Lina, Jonas, and Elena, live prior to being deported? (4) Lithuania
How did Lina save Andrius's life? (54) She pulled him into the train when he was hurt.
What does Mr. Lukas say is wrong with Jonas? (193) Scurvy
What is a kolkhoz? (105) A collective farm
What does the mother of the yellow girl who dies do? (256) Jumps off the train when the girl's body is removed.
What was Lina interested in the most? Art
What happened to Lina and Jonas when they snuck out of the train car at night? (46-47) They were caught by the Russian police and threatened to be shot.
How did Andrius save Jonas? (195) He gave him a can of tomatoes.
What happens to the little girl's doll? (252) The doll was shot and ripped apart by NKVD officers
What do Lina and Jonas realize about their mother? (285) She is giving the two of them most of her food rations.
What does Elena learn that makes her collapse? (298) That her husband has been killed in prison.
What did Lina find in the book Andrius gave her for her birthday? (303) secret notes written on pages
What Russian word did Andrius tell Lina she has to learn? and what does it mean? (324) Krasivaya. It means beautiful, but with strength.
What did the little girl and Lina find in the snow? (305) A dead owl
What do the NKVD immediately do when the American ship arrives? (280-281) They hide them in their huts
Who revealed to Lina, the reason her family was in prison? (289) The bald man
Why does a doctor arrive to help the prisoners in the end? (334) Kretzsky sent the doctor to the camp
How is Lina’s story revealed to the public in the end? (337) Construction workers find her stories 40 years later
How long was Lina imprisoned? (337) 12 years
What was the last thing Andrius said to Lina? (248) "I'll see you."

voc11

Term Definition
affable characterized by ease and friendliness
agog full of intense interest or excitement
bemoan to express deep grief or distress over
beseech to beg for urgently or anxiously
contumacious stubbornly disobedient
convivial relating to or fond of feasting and good company
disputation verbal controversy
extricate to free or remove from an entanglement or difficulty
hypochondriac one who faces extreme depression of mind or spirits often centered on imgainary physical ailments
hypocritical characterized by an appearance of false character or beliefs

Contract number 8

Question Answer
anti against Antidote;a medicine taken or given to counteract a particular poison.
pro forwardproceed:begin or continue a course of action.
retro backwardRetrospective:looking back on or dealing with past events or situations.
com togetherCommunity:a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
bio lifeBiology:the study of living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behavior, origin, and distribution.

Stack #2625517

Question Answer
analyze Breack down into parts
infer figure out using clues and prior knowlege
refer go back
summarize short retelling -inclued most inportent event.
conclued figure out
classify put into groups
define give a meaning to.
justify explain your thinking or answer.
lable mark what it is.
organize to put in a category
seqence put into order
central/ main idea what the text is mostly about.
comparison a decripshion of a similar people,places,ideas,thinges.
illistrashion a drawing, steps shown,example.
evidence the info in the text that proves or supports then idea
point of veiw who is telling the story from which vantege
stanza a group of lines in a poem
them overall lesson taught though out the story for the readers own life eample kindness,resposibillity,persevavence.
cause what makes something happen,because, then
response a verble or written answer.
specific exact detail response
strategy a tool to figure something out