Type
Word Search
Description

HYSTERICAL
FRENZIED
EAGERLY
PARTICULAR
LECTURE
SHEEPISH
RESIST
VELVET
PITIFUL
WICKED
FANATICISM
HOARSELY
BARIUM
IMPRESSION
PRESCRIPTION
EDUCATED
FANATIC
HASSLE
DEAF
MEASLES
THREATEN
ABUSER
BELTED
PADDOCK
LOPED

The Wife of Bath's Tale Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

saint
jealousy
deaf
spiteful
women
wicked wives
6 husbands
no peace
purgatory
sorrow
Denmark
torture
rick
old
canterbury tales
book
beat
abuse
wife of bath
affairs

The Wife of Baths Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

5th husband
6 husbands
abuse
affairs
Alison
beat
bestow
betokens gold
book
carved
coffin
deadlock
deaf
Denmark
distress
fair
forty
jealousy
Johhny
Jordan Stream
land
matrimony
money
morrow
no peace
noble household
old
purgatory
rage
rich
sorrow
spiteful
torture
twenty
venus
wedlock
wicked wives
wife of bath
woman-saint
women

ASL History Crossword.

Type
Crossword
Description

Spanish monk credited as being the first teacher for the deaf. Pedro Ponce De Leon
Spanish educator that stole ideas on teaching the deaf and published a book with his stolen findings. juanpablobonet
a philanthropic educator of 18th-century France who has become known as the "Father of the Deaf". abbe L'Eppe
educated as a priest, was made principal of a school for the deaf at Bordeaux in 1786, and in 1789, on the death of the Abbé de l'Épée, succeeded him at a leading school for the deaf which Épée had founded in Paris. abbe sicard
was a deaf educator, having been born deaf, and having five other deaf siblings. He taught at the famous school for the deaf in Paris where Laurent Clerc was one of his students. jeanmassieu
was one of the best surgeons in the country and had a daughter that lost her hearing at the age of two. masoncogswell
At the age of two, she became ill with "spotted fever''. This illness took her hearing and later she lost her speech as well. alicecogswell
studied in France on how to educate the deaf and sailed back to England and opened the American School for the Deaf. thomasgallaudet
He was born hearing, but when he was one year old, he fell into a fire. As a result, he lost both his hearing and his sense of smell. The right side of his face was badly burned, and was scarred for his whole life. The sign for his name was based on the scar. laurentclerc
the birthplace of ASL. ASD
was a famous early educator of the deaf in Washington, DC. And son of Thomas gallaudet edwardgallaudet
founded in 1864 It was the first school for the advanced education of the deaf and hard of hearing in the world and remains the only higher education institution in which all programs and services are specifically designed to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing students. gallaudetuniversity
He is seen as one of the inventors of manual language for the deaf and is credited with being the first person to teach a non-verbal deaf person to speak. jacobpereire
invented the telephone. alexandergrahambell
the banning of sign language. Milancongress
a long-time professor at Gallaudet University and revolutionized ASL. williamstokoe
was an English mathematician john wallis
child of john Wallis and started a deaf school in Britain. thomasbraidwood

Drug Education - Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

violence
sexual assault
unprotected sex
overdose
underage drinking
drink driving
DUI
BAC
magic mushrooms
LSD
drink spiking
preloading
binge drinking
recreational use
experimental use
prescription drugs
long term
substance abuse
illegal
legal
addiction
awareness
risk factors
minimise harm
crime
prevention
steroids
ketamine
ghb
codeine
caffeine
tobacco
heroin
poldrug use
depressant
stimulant
hallucinogen
methamphetamine
ecstacy
cocaine
cannabis
alcohol
drugs

Drug Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a substance other than food the changes the way the body or mind functions Drug
the incorrect use of a prescription or OTC drug. Drug Misuse
the intentional use of a drug without medical or health reasons drug abuse
the amount of a drug that is taken at one time dose
a written order from a licensed health professional Prescription drug
a drug with a registered name or trademark given to a drug by a pharmaceutical company brand-name drug
a drug that contains the same active ingredients as a brand-name drug generic-name brand
a drug that can be purchased can be purchased without a prescription in the stores such as grocery stores or drugstores over-the-counter drug
a package that is sealed to assure that buyer that the package has not been opened previously Tamper-resistant package
an unwanted body change that is not related to the main purpose of a drug side effect

PREVENTING DRUG ABUSE Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

marijuana
depressant
medicines
amphetamines
drug misuse
therapeutic community
heroin
methamphetamines
barbiturates
drug anatagonsim
drug synergism
cocaine
prescription drug
protective factor
drug abuse
illegal drug
hallucinogen
over-the-counter drug
psychoactive drug
side effect
club drugs
inhalant
opiate
stimulant

Job Interview Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Document used to present a person's education and skills resume
paper sent in with a resume with additional information Cover Letter
a conversation where questions are asked and answers are given interview
outward behavior demeanor
appropriate attire for an interview suit
what a person does to get ready for a successful interview preparation
a very important factor in giving a first impression appearance
how many pages your cover letter should have one
something that should be included in your resume education
the principle that hard work is held in high regard work ethic
gather information about the company you're interviewing with research
the first way an employer sees you, it's a very important factor first impression

Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A substance that changes the way the body or mind works. Drug
A drug used to prevent or cure illness, disease, or relieve pain. Medicine
A medicine obtained only with a written order from a doctor. Prescription Drug
A medicine that can be purchased without a prescription. over-the-counter drug
The using of a harmful drug on purpose. Drug Abuse
A depressant drug found in some beverages. Alcohol
A person who supports the harmful behavior of another. Enabler
A disease in which there is a dependence on alcohol. Alcoholism
A stimulant drug found in tobacco. Nicotine
A group of drugs that speed up the body;s functions. Stimulants
A group of drugs that slow down the nervous system and relieve pain. Narcotics
A group of illegal drugs that change sensation. Hallucinogens
Chemicals that are breathed in. Inhalants
A group of drugs that slow down the body's functions. Depressants
A substance that causes cancer. Carcinogen

Preventing Drug Abuse Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

addiction
alcohol
amphetamines
barbiturates
bath salts
brain
Club Drug
cocaine
depressants
detoxification
drug
drug abuse
hallucinogens
heroin
inhalants
long term effect
marijuana
meth
mind altering
nicotine
opiates
Prescription drug
psilocybin
Psychoactive drug
refusal skills
say no!
seeking help
side effect
spice
stay drug free
stimulants
therapeutic community

DPN Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Deaf President Now DPN
DPN anouncement was held in _____ (month) March
The hearing candidate... who was then the assistant chancellor at the University of North Carolina Zinser
What the students and their backers presented, four demands Board of Trustees
_____ must step down as chairperson of the Board of Trustees Spilman
First deaf president Jordan
Gallaudet convinced one of the french educators _______ to return with him to the US. Clerc
The American School for the Deaf was located in.... Hartford Connecticut
Gallaudet's youngest child Edward
The language that Edward Miner Gallaudet used was _______ sign language
A hearing man who graduated from Gallaudets Normal Department Dr Percival Hall
recieved his masters degree from Gallaudet Elstad
the 4th president of Gallaudet University Merrill Jr
the president of a University in California Johns
vice president for Administration and Business Lee
An advocacy group comprising deaf staff and faculty members who felt the needs of deaf people were sometimes overlooked and administration that consisted mainly of hearing people PCD
A deaf man serving as the superintendent of the Louisiana School for the Deaf Corson
President of National Association of the Deaf (NAD) Olsen
A deaf member of the Board of Trustees Bravin
Deaf actress, had won an Academy Award for Children of a Lesser God in 1986 Marlee Matlin