open ended question
Electric hook up
Pet walking area
What’s something you do everyday with your legs.
What’s Something you do in a pool?
When you are in a gym what do you hold with your hands?
When you up and down with your arm and legs.
When you bend your legs, and your back is in the ground.
When you put yourself in a plank position and bring you knees forward.
Stand up straight and bring your body down while bending your needs and go back up.
What can you make with fruit and a bowl?
Somewhere you can go to do exercise.
A drink you can make with fruit and vegetables
When you have a rope and jump over it
When you are punching and punching bag
When you are moving your body to a rhythm
Mind and body practice
When you bring your knee up while jumping
When you put your back in the ground and bring your leg up
Someone sitting quietly and focusing only on their breath.
When you are against a walls and you are in a squat position and your holding you self in that position.
A fruit that is red and round.
You are jumping and your legs go and in and your arm goes out and in
on-set personality who reads the text of the most important news stories; the Manchor sets the tone of the newscast and introduces and closes most reports
news reporter or writer operating in a separate location from the news 9 headquarters who gives regular reports
a reporter who reports from the location of the story; field reporters bring viewers to the scene and help make the event seem more immediate and credible
visual device, such as a chart, a graph, or an illustration; graphics help illustrate details of the news
person in charge of a news department; the news director may have the final approval of which stories are aired, the order in which they are aired, and the amount of time allotted to each story
time frame that remains for reporting news stories; a typical 30-minute newscast consists of only 12 to 15 minutes of news, apart from the weather reports, sports updates, and commercials
brief quotation excerpted from a longer statement in an interview or speech; sound bites are usually combined with video footage
brief mention of an upcoming report; teasers are used to keep viewers tuned in to the newscast and are frequently read prior to commercials
recorded video including interviews and on-the-scene shots
news anchor or reporter’s voice heard over the video footage
false information spread in order to deceive people
information or reports about recent events
information, ideas, opinions, or images, often only giving one part of an argument, that are broadcast, published, or in some other way spread with the intention of influencing people's opinions
an unofficial interesting story or piece of news that might be true or invented, and quickly spreads from person to person
to make someone believe something by repeatedly telling them that it is true and preventing any other information from reaching them
to often repeat an idea or belief to someone until they accept it without criticism or question
To leave one homeland to live elsewhere because of economic troubles and settle in another
a minority that speaks a different language or follows different customs than the majority of people in a country
A large open area beneath a ship's deck, often used to house traveling immigrants
A shop or factory where workers work long hours at low wages under unhealthy conditions
to absorb fully; to adopt as one's own; to absorb a group into the culture of a larger population
A building in which several families rent rooms or apartments, often with little sanitation or safety
poor, crowded, and run-down urban neighborhoods
residential areas that sprang up close to or surrounding cities as a result of improvements in transportation
the name associated with America in the late 1800s, referring to the extravagant wealth of a few and the terrible poverty that lay underneath
institutions located in a poor neighbor-hood that provided numerous community services such as medical care, child care, libraries, and classes in English
state educational institutions built with the benefit of federally donated lands
writing which exaggerates sensational, dramatic, and gruesome events to attract readers, named for stories that were popular during the late 1800s; a type of sensational, biased, and often false reporting
A 19th century artistic movement in which writers and painters sought to show life as it is rather than life as it should be
loyalty to a local area
a type of music with a strong rhythm and a lively melody with accented notes, which was popular in early 1900s
stage entertainment made up of various acts, such as dancing, singing, comedy, and magic shows
metabolic bone disease
body check up