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transportation
invasion
extension
description
conclusion
tension
information
exhaustion
deduction
composition
multiplication
function
examination
conversion
celebration
motion
frustration
direction
congregation
automation

Legal Terminology Word Search

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Word Search
Description

your honor
verdict
sustained
sentence
overruled
objection
motion
mistrial
information
indictment
direct examination
cross examination
conviction
arraignment
appeal
acquittal

Unit 1 Vocabulary Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An event, condition, or factor that can be changed or controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment. Variable
A term used to describe the certainty of data or results of an investigation or experiment. Valid
Multiple sets of measurements or observations in a scientific investigation. Trials
An explanation for some naturally occurring event developed from extensive Theory
A term used to describe a question that can be answered through an experiment or observation. Testable
The variable manipulated by the experimenter in order to study changes in the outcome variable. TestVariable
Observations obtained by following a preplanned method of observation. systematic
The reproduction of a scientific investigation by another person to ensure accuracy. replication
Making multiple sets of measurements or observations in a scientific investigation repetitions
To state what one thinks will happen under certain conditions based on data or observation predict
A factor, usually being measured or observed, that responds to, or depends on, another factor (test variable). outcomevariable
Information about the natural world gathered through the senses and/or scientific instruments. observation
A replica or description designed to show the workings or structure of an object or system. model
A scientific principle based on many observations of naturally occurring events that demonstrate it to be without exception under certain stated conditions. See also theory. Law
An organized scientific study of the natural world that may include making systematic observations, asking questions, gathering information, analyzing data, summarizing results, drawing conclusions, and/or communicating results. Investigation
An explanation based on evidence that is not directly observed Inference
A statement that can be tested scientifically through experiments and/or other scientific investigations. hypothesis
A scientific test or procedure that is carried out under controlled conditions to answer a scientific question. experiment
Evidence based on observations or experiments rather than theory. empiricalevidence
Measurements or observations collected and recorded in an experiment or investigation data
A factor or condition in a scientific experiment that is purposefully kept the same. controlledvariable
A group in a scientific experiment that serves as a reference for comparison to the experimental group; a group that is untreated by the factor being tested. controlgroup
A statement that tells what an investigation showed, based on observations and data. conclusion
To examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelatedness. Analyze

Argument analysis technique's Crossword

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Description

A comparison between two things that helps the reader to draw conclusions about their similarities analogy
Suggests that families are good, especially traditional nuclear families appeal to family values
A story about someone or something that the writer has experienced or heard about Anecdote
Examining general rules and facts about a group to form a specific conclusion about one part of the group Deductive Reasoning
Overused phrase quickly understood by a wide audience Cliche
Repetition of a consonant, especially at the start of words Alliteration
Evidence in a visual form graphs and diagrams
Language that has a strong emotional impact. Uses the positive and negative connotations of words to influence the readers respond Emotive language
Uses 'we' 'our' 'us' etc. to include the readers in the same group as the writer Inclusive language
Figure of speech that identify a similarity between two different things. Metaphor and simile
Exaggerates the true situation for dramatic impact Exaggeration
Used to link together and develop an argument in support of the main contention reason and logic
Plays on people's tendency to react emotionally with their safety, security, country or loved ones as threatened appeal to fear
An idea or statement that someone takes for granted as being true assumption
facts, information or expert opinions to support an argument evidence

The Scientific Method Crossword

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Description

To group information into categories Classify
The variable that depends on other factors, also the variable that will be measured and affected during the experiment Dependent Variable
To examine carefully and in detail to identify Analyze
To observe carefully and in detail Examine
To make a conclusion based on reasoning and observations Infer
The action or process of examining something carefully in order to Observation
To name or recognize something based on its properties Identify
A standard to compare with the results in an experiment Control
The variables that the experimenter changes to test their dependent variable Independent Variable
A statement predicting the result of a controlled scientific experiment Hypothesis
The process used by scientists to solve problems Scientific Method
To determine the extent, quantity or dimensions Measure
The methodological studying of the natural world through experimentation and verification of facts Science
Evidence gathered through observations (especially during experiments) Data
The outcome or conclusion of an experiment after a period of time Result
Visual aids used by scientists to communicate results of an experiment Graphs
The collecting of information on a particular subject Research
A feature of the experiment that does not change Constant
To form an idea as a result of the analysis of the data Formulate
A detailed series of steps to follow to perform an experiment Procedure
To write down in permanent form for later reference Record
To cause favoritism or influence to experimental results Bias
To repeat a research study, usually with different participants and in different situations, to confirm the results of the original study Replicate
A scientific procedure undertaken to make a discovery, test a hypothesis or demonstrate a known fact Experiment
What a scientist writes summarizing the results of an experiment Conclusion
To record observations, research and other information related to the experiment Journal
To notice similarities or differences Compare
Indicate in advance on the basis of observation, experience or scientific reason Predict
The first step in the scientific method is to define or identify the ________. Problems
Part of the experiment capable to change Variable

Critical Thinking and Clinical Reasoning Crossword

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Description

the process of intentional higher-level reasoning to define a client’s problem, examine the evidence-based practice in caring for the client and make choices in the delivery of care. critical thinking
thinking that results in the development of new ideas and products. Creativity
the application of a set of questions to a particular situation or idea to determine essential information and ideas and discard unimportant information and ideas. Critical Analysis
a technique one can use to look beneath the surface, recognize and examine assumptions, search for inconsistences, examine multiple points of view, and differentiate what one knows from what one merely believes. Socratic Questioning
generalizations are formed from a set of facts or observations Inductive Reasoning
by contrast, is reasoning from general premise to the specific conclusion. Deductive Reasoning
is a systematic, rational method of planning and providing individualized nursing care. Nursing Process
a mental activity in which a problem is identified that represents an unsteady state. Problem Solving
a number of approaches are tried until a solution is found. Trial and Error
a problem-solving approach that relies on a nurse’s inner sense. Intuition
nursing is a decision-making process to ascertain the right nursing action to be implemented at the appropriate time in the client’s care. clinical judgment
A formalized, logical, systematic approach to problem solving. research process
Critical thinkers question their own knowledge and beliefs as quickly and thoroughly as they challenge those of another. integrity
are the thinking processes based on the knowledge of aspects of client care. cognitive processes
include reflective thinking and awareness of the skills learned by the nurse in caring for the client metacognitive processes
is a key to the success of clinical reasoning. reflection
This strategy enhances the critical thinking process and can assist the nursing student in understanding complex concepts. concept mapping

Chapter 2 Vocabulary Word Search

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Description

inductive reasoning
conjecture
counterexample
conditional
hypothesis
conclusion
truth value
negation
equivalent statements
contrapositive
converse
inverse
biconditional
deductive reasoning
law of detachment
law of syllogism
reflective property
symmetric property
transitive property
proof
two column proof
theorem
paragraph proof

criminal justice Crossword

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Crossword
Description

violation of the criminal laws of state, the federal gov't or a local jurisdiction. crime
the principle of fairness, righteous, truthful. justice
justice in terms of the distribution of privileges within a society. social justice
society taking precedence over individual rights public order
civil law civil justice
criminal law criminal justice
the systems opponents work together to achieve social product consensus model
assumes that the components function to serve their own interests. conflict model
oppurtunity for bail first appearance
information is gathered booking
issue written by a judicial officer directing law enforcement warrant
money; getting released bail
written accusation submitted to the court by a grand jury indictment
the first appearance of the defendant before the court arraignment
criminal proceeding, the examination in court of the issue trial
served with other sentence consecutive
served at the same time concurrent
scientific studies of causes and prevention of crime criminology
written accusation submitted by prosecutor information

Literary Terms Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Feeling created by a literary work Mood
words an author uses depending on audience, subject, and desired effect Word choice
The feeling a word produces connotation
Central idea or message Theme
the vantage point from which a story is told point of view
narrated by a character in the story using pronouns such as "I"and "me" first person
an outside narrator tells the story from one character's perspective third person limited
an all-knowing narrator tells the story from the perspective of multiple characters omniscient
an all-knowing narrator tells the story from the perspective of multiple characters omniscient
reason for writing (inform, persuade, entertain) authors purpose
a character who remains the same throughout the story static
a character who changes in the story dynamic
a main character major
a secondary character minor
any force that drives a character to behave in a certain way motivation
type of characterization in which the author directly states what a character is like direct
type of characterization in which the writer uses descriptions of character's manners, dress, and behavior to develop the character indirect
a guess based on clues inference
type of irony in which what is said is the opposite of what is meant verbal
type of irony in which what happens in a situation is the opposite of what is expected situational
type of irony in which the reader has information the character lacks dramatic
interruption in the present action to show events that happened at an earlier time flashback
when a reader feels uncertainty about what will happen next suspense
writing that presents facts without revealing writer's feelings or opinions objective
type of writing in which the feelings of a writer are revealed subjective
language characteristic of a certain geographical area dialect
conversation between two or more characters dialogue
reference to something outside of a literary work allusion

Language Arts Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Facts, details, description in your writing that helps enhance your main idea. Support
To examine carefully in detail. Analyze
To speak to your readers through your Communicate
To put your composition together. Compile
To arrange your composition in the correct order. Coordinate
To guide by advice or helpful information regarding your writing. Direct
Make sure or certain your writing is clear. Ensure
To plan out your writing. Devise
To carry out the writing process. Implement
To give the meaning of your side of the topic of your composition. Interpret
The main idea of the composition. Issue
To make a plan of your writing before you begin. Outline
To complete your composition. Finalize
To succeed in accomplishing your composition. Manage
To give another person permission to read/edit your writing. Authorize
Person designated for certain jobs- editing, grading, etc. Delegate
To carry out the action of writing. Execute
Supervise yourself in completing the composition. Monitor
To continue in the writing process until completed. Proceed
To direct attention. Refer
To take general view of opposing sides of a topic. Survey

Logic and Geometry Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A logical argument that shows a statement is true. proof
A statement formed by exchanging the hypothesis and conclusion. converse
The "then" part of a conditional statement. hypothesis
When a conditional statement and its converse are both true, you can write them as a _____ statement. biconditional
A conditional statement is either true or _______. false
A statement formed by negating and switching the hypothesis and conclusion. contrapositive
______ reasoning is reasoning from a specific case to a general rule. inductive
A statement formed by negating both the hypothesis and conclusion. inverse
Law of logic that is similar to the Transitive Property. syllogism
The Law of _______ says that if a conditional statement is true and the hypothesis is true, we must conclude the conclusion is true. detachment
An educated guess based on analyzing information or patterns. conjecture
_____ reasoning uses facts, definitions, accepted properties, and the laws of logic to form a logical argument. deductive
A statement written in "If-then" form is called a _______ statement. conditional
The _____ of a statement is the opposite of the original statement. negation
The contrapositive is formed by negating and switching the hypothesis and _______. conclusion
A specific case for which the conjecture is false. Counterexample
The ______ property refers to when something is congruent to itself. reflexive