Chapter 9 Vocab

Term Definition
Inaugurated Sworn in
Federal Judiciary Act Act that gave the Supreme Court six members
Cabinet A body of high-ranking state officials, typically consisting of the top leaders of the executive branch
Tariff A tax on imported goods
Battle of Fallen Timbers A battle in which the Native Americans were defeated by the Americans
Treaty of Greenville A treaty of peace between twelve different Native American tribes and the Americans
Whiskey Revolution A rebellion on whiskey taxes
French Revolution A rebellion in which the French demanded equality and liberty
Neutral Not siding with one country or another
Jay's Treaty A treaty in which the British agreed to leave by 1796
Pinckney's Treaty Gave the Americans a right to travel freely on the Mississippi River
Political Party A group of people that tries to promote it's ideas and influence government
XYZ Affair An attempted bribery from French Agents
Alien and Sedition Acts An act that targeted the critics of Democratic-Republicans
States' rights Rights given to the States

SS part 3 Questions

Question Answer
What was the effect of the Mayan success in farming They grew a surplus of food so not all families had to farm
What effect did the surplus of food have on the Mayan civilization? People could specialize and develop a variety of skills
Describe two ways that the Aztecs created more land for farming They created floating gardens and carved terraces into the hillsides
How did the Aztecs create their Empire? They sen Armies out to conquer other people
Why do you think the Aztecs wanted to create an Empire? To gain wealth by requiring peoples they conquered to pay them tribute
Why did the Inca have the fastest communication system in the world at that time? Because they built thousand of miles of roads to link all parts of the Empire to the Capital of Cuzco
What 6 areas did the May specialize? Basket weaving, Jewelry Making, Stone Carving, astronomy, Math and Building

Latin 6

Question Answer
Sta, stat, stit, sist To put into place, to stand, to cause to stand
Tract, trah, trea, trai to draw, drag
Just, jur Right, justice, oath
Hort Garden
Hibern Winter
Cul Cultivate, dwell, worship
Flor, flora Flower, life
arbor tree
serv save, protect, serve
inter, intel between, among
intra, intro inside, within
Extro, extra, exter Outside of, beyond

lesson 3

Question Answer
biome a group in the ecosystem with similar climates and organisms
climate The average annual conditions of temperature ,precipitation,winds, and clouds in an aria
desert a dry region that on average reeves less than 25 cm a year.
rain forest a forest that receives less that 2 mt of rain per year most accering in the tropical wet vone.
emergent layer the tallest layer of the rain forest that receives the most sunlight
cabopy a leafy roof formed by tall trees in a rain forest
understory a story that grows well in the shade
grassland an area populated mostly by grasses and other nonwoody plants that gets to 25-75 cebtmertes of rain each year
savana a grassland located close to the equator that may include shrubs and small trees and may receive much as 120 cm a year
deciduous tree a tree that sheds its leaves during a particular season and grows new ones each year
boreal forest. dense forest of evergreens located in the upper regions of the northern hemisphere
coniferous tree a tree that produces seeds in cones and that has needles shaped leaders cored in a waxy substance to reduce water lost
tundra an extremely cold dry region characterized by sort cool summers and burly cold writers
permaforest permanently frozen soil found in the tundra biome climate region

Scientific Thinking

Question Answer
What is observing? You have to use your five senses. This has to be a fact.
What is inferring? You explain your observation using your own experiences or knowledge.
What does predicting mean? An educated guess on whats happening next.
What does classifying mean? Grouping items that are alike.
Making Models Models show you what you can't observe.
Communicating Sharing ideas and information to one another.

chapter 999999999999

Question Answer
inaugurated sworn in
federal judiciary act It established the federal judiciary of the United States.
cabinet a body of advisers to the president, composed of the heads of the executive departments of the government.
tariff a list of taxes on imports or exports.
Battle if Fallen Timbers Native Americans were defeated
Treaty of Greenville agreed to surrender much of present day Ohio and Indiana
French Revoultion French citizens were being slaughtered also the king so they went to war
Neutral not siding with one country or the other
Jay's treaty the British agree to pay for damaged American vessels
Pinckney's Treaty with Spain gave Americans the right to travel freely on the Mississippi River
Whiskey Rebellion rebellion against the tax
Foreign Policy relations with the governments of other countries
political party a group of people who tries to promote its ideas and influence the government
XYZ Affair French agreed to talk if Americas would give them 10 mill plus 250 thousand to bribe the minister
alien and sedition Acts these acts targeted the immigrants who weren't Americans yet
States' rights states had rights the Federal government could not violate

Ch 24- Tobacco

Question Answer
REASONS FOR SMOKING FAMILY, PEERS, MEDIA
INSECTICIDE, ADDICTIVE CHEMICAL NICOTINE
FREQUENTLY USED TOBACCO PRODUCT CIGARETTES
INDIAN PRODUCT WRAPPED IN A LEAF WITH A STRING BIDIS
INDONESIAN PRODUCT WITH CLOVE THAT ALTERS FLAVOR AND NUMBS LUNGS WITH A SWEET SMELL KRETEKS
LESS PROCESSED WITH MORE NICOTINE CIGAR AND PIPES
INDONESIAN WITH CLOVES CLOVE CIGARETTES
THIN HAND ROLLED ASIAN CIGARETTES BEEDI
CHEWED, PLACED BETWEEN LOWER LIP AND TEETH OR SNIFFED SMOKELESS TOBACCO
DIP, CHEW- POOR QUALITY OF GROUND TOBACCO WITH FLAVORINGS, PRESERVATIVES, AND OTHER CHEMICALS CHEWING TOBACCO
finely ground, powdered tobacco. SNUFF
are drugs that increase the activity of the nervous system. STIMULANTS
leads to addiction. Increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, and changes in the brain
dark, sticky substance from the mixture of chemicals that form fromburning tobacco. TAR
cancer-causing agents from chemicals in tar. CARCINOGENS
odorless, colorless, poisonous gas. CARRBON MONOXIDE
With every dose of tobacco, there is a risk of developing ____________, ____________and _____________. RESPIRATORY DISEASE, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, LUNG CANCER

Chapter 9 vocab

Question Answer
Inaugurate To become a president.
Federal Judiciary Act The act gave the Supreme Court six members.
Cabinet These heads of departments became his _______?
Tariff A tax on imported goods.
Battle of Fallen Timbers The Native Americans were defeated in what became known as the _____________________?
Treaty of Greenville Twelve tribes signed the ______________________ in 1795.
Whisky Rebellion In the summer of 1794, a group of farmers in western Pennsylvania staged the ____________ against the tax.
French Revolution At first, Americans supported the __________________?
Neutral Not siding with one country or the other.
Jay's Treaty The British also agreed to pay damages for the U.S. vessels they had seized.
Pinckney's Treaty With Spain gave Americans the right to travel freely on the Mississippi River.
Foreign Policy Americans listened more closely to Washington's parting advice on ________ ___________ relations with the government and other countries.
Political Party A group of people that tries to promote its ideas and influence government.
XYZ Affair Adams received a full report of what became known as the ___ ______.
Alien and Sedition Acts To silence their critics, the Federalist Congress passed the _____________.
States' rights The found it in a theory called the ______ ______.

Latin six L6

Question Answer
Sta, stat, stit, sistTract, trah, trea, traiJust, jurHortHibernCultFlor, floraArborServInter, intelIntra, intro Extro, extra, exter To put in place, to stand, to cause to stand
Tract, trah, trea, trai To draw, drag
Just, jur Right, justice, oath
Hort Garden
Hibern Winter
Cult Cultivate, dwell, worship
Flor, flora Flower, flower life
Arbor Tree
Serv save, protect, serve
Inter, intel Between, among
Intra, intro Inside, within
Extro, extra, exter Outside of, beyond