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  1)Although First Amendment doctrine presumes that prior restraints are unconstitutional, in limited instances, such as cases involving false advertising or copyright violations, prior restraints are permissible. 2)The Blackstonian view of press freedom, which prohibits prior restraints but allows subsequent punishment of illegal expression, was familiar to the founders of the U.S..
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  1)This kinds of assessment measures students' capacities for reasoning, thinking divergently, and solving problems creatively. 2)Learning that results from volunteer work performed outside school hours.  3)A form of communication without needing to be connected to the Internet at the same time. 4)A form of synchronous communication that allows people to see and.
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  41)  According to Mitzel, instructional context variables include A)factors both inside and outside the classroom that influences teaching and learning. B)questions teachers ask during a lesson. C)teachers personalities. D)teachers background knowledge. 42)  According to Mitzel, which of the following examples would be identified as a process variable?  A) A teacher using effective examples to make.
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  11)  What is a common answer to the question of how might teachers in U.S. schools help Latino children succeed?  A) Provide more bilingual programs. B)Provide fewer bilingual programs so student learn English faster. C)Raise academic standards. D)all of the above 12)  Although Canada is a federal state, education is controlled by   A).
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  1)Standards that indicate the level at which students should be able to use the knowledge they possess to solve problems. 2)What type of standards represent the knowledge, skills, and attitudes students must attain in order to master a subject matter? 3)Formal attempts to determine students knowledge, skills, and attitudes.  4)The process of.
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  21)  An history teacher who encourages students to learn and use a word processing program for composing research essays is using which technology theme? A)cooperative learning approach B)integrated approach C)tool approach D)supportive approach 22)  What is a form of real-time or synchronous communication on the Internet? A)file transfer protocol B)electronic mail C)world wide web D)chat 23)  What are asynchronous electronic.
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    11)The FCC reviews television or radio programs prior to their being broadcast. 12)In Los Angeles v. Preferred Communications, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that cable franchising decisions by local governments are exempt from First Amendment scrutiny. 13)A tax aimed solely at the largest newspaper in a state is unconstitutional, but a.
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    11)The U.S. Constitution provides that amendments must be ratified by the President. 12)Three circuits of the U.S. Court of Appeals, the Second Circuit, the D.C. Circuit, and the Ninth Circuit, are especially important to communication law. 13)The U.S. Supreme Court rarely exercises original jurisdiction; it primarily functions as an appellate court. 14)The majority.
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  4)Why have publishers said good riddance to the ?bad tendency? test? 5)Explain briefly what Alexander Bickel, the New York Times? attorney in the Pentagon Papers case, meant when he said after his victory: ?We extend the legal reality of freedom of at some cost to its limitless appearance.?   .
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  21)  The sensitive gap between what is leaned in public schools and what students must know in order to move up the educational ladder is closed by  A) juku. B)okeiko-goto. C)nissan. D)both A & B 22)  The Japanese okeiko-goto and juku can be compared to what in the U.S.? A)special education B)for-profit educational enrichment ventures C)bilingual education D)in-school.
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  1) Gene Green, a widely published professor of accounting, is suing the Daily Caper, the campus newspaper, for libel. The paper reported on its web site that Green was being investigated by a campus committee for drunken behavior and harassing secretaries. The Caper?s web site quoted an anonymous source saying.
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1)  One of the most important moves toward common education expectations is the  A) Elementary and Secondary Education Act. B)No Child Left Behind Act. C)National Assessment of Educational Progress (NEAP) test. D)none of the above 2)  Critics of the American Public Education system worry that  A) students are not learning the skills they need. B)teachers.
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  21)  Which of the following testing situations uses a criterion-referenced measure? A)a student receives a score of 72 percent, good enough to pass the history final B)a student scores at the 85th percentile on a standardized test of reading achievement C)a student receives a blue ribbon for her science project, which was judged.
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  41)  How might children in Oriana be educated? A)Children are educated at home by their parents. B)Children are educated in a traditional school. C)Children attend the community's model school. D)any of the above are correct 42)  What are the important skills for students to gain in Singaporian schools? A)technology B)math C)history D)science 43)  In the United Kingdom, the Eden Project.
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  3)Why is global awareness important? 4)Describe Canada's educational system in terms of national, provincial, and local control as well as how the system is funded. 5)Describe the educational systems in Japan in comparison to that of the United States. 6)Explain how public schools in the United Kingdom differ from schools in the United.
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  1) The 1931 case in which the U.S. Supreme Court established the presumption that prior restraints are unconstitutional, but acknowledged that prior restraints might be permissible in wartime to bar expression harmful to the safety of troops. A)Gitlow v. New York B)Schenck v. United States C)Near v. Minnesota D)Abrams v. United States E)None of the.
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  1)The extent to which we recognize connections to countries and people of the world  2)Voluntary organizations such as churches, scouts, and chambers of commerce, for example, that attempt to cultivate global perspectives are called 3)The study of how educational systems of one country are alike and different from other countries of.
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1)What responsibilities do educators have to make students aware of their global neighbors? 2)How does the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), a nonprofit educational foundation based in Switzerland, work to make comparative education relevant to teachers and students around the world?   .
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  31)  The idea behind authentic assessment is to A)test students' ability to perform a given task with a multiple-choice test. B)allow students to select responses to highly structured problems from a limited list of choices. C)encourage the application of knowledge to problems that students can expect to encounter in real life.  D) none.
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  11)  Teaching or clarifying values or a way that educators try to shape young people's lives is through   A) character education. B)the cure for dysfunctionalism. C)watered-down morality. D)service learning. 12)  Many service learning programs encourage students to adopt all of the following except: A)an intellectual stance on the importance of engaging in experiences that.
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    11)Unauthorized commercial appropriation of someone?s identity can occur in print advertisements but usually not in news stories? 12)The Supreme Court has ruled that journalists have a privilege to accompany public officials onto private property if the officials have a search warrant. 13)A photographer for the campus newspaper, the Blowtorch, took an award-winning.
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  1)The founders stipulated in the Constitution that the Bill of Rights protects a ?right of privacy.? 2)In Florida Star v. BJF, the Supreme Court ruled that the media can rarely be punished for publishing truthful, lawfully acquired information about an matter of public importance. 3)The Supreme Court has ruled a citizen has.
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    11)The Speech and Debate Clause of the U.S. Constitution protects members of the [ state ] legislature from defamation actions based on remarks during legislative debates. 12)The University of ________ might sue for defamation over the published statement ?All University of ________ professors are crack heads.? 13)Defamation can occur only through the.
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1)  Learning about education outside the United States A)helps students prepare for the future by understanding what others value and how they think. B)is important for personal growth. C)helps to track the movement of populations around the world. D)deflects emotional responses to other cultures. 2)  The International Baccalaureate Organization, a non-profit educational foundation based in.
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  31)  Singapore is considered the A)world's laboratory for experiments in social engineering. B)the education capital of the world. C)the most educationally advanced country in the world. D)the gateway to educational advancement. 32)  Singapore is a diverse country and it schools A)are diverse and classroom's are representative of this diversity. B)are ethnically segregated. C)are ethnically integrated. D)mirror this diversity. 33)  The.
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  1)Although the Supreme Court never ruled on the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, the Supreme Court said in New York Times v. Sullivan that seditious libel laws violate the central purpose of the First Amendment. 2)Once libel plaintiffs establish they have been defamed by the media, they.
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  1)The framers of the Constitution intended the First Amendment to protect citizens from interference with their freedom of expression by state and local governments. 2)The Supreme Court disfavors content regulations; yet the First Amendment protects political speech more than it protects advertising. 3)In the 1950s, the Supreme Court ruled in Dennis v..
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  1)Why do media defense attorneys in defamation cases so often (and frequently successfully) ask a judge to issue an order of summary judgment?   2)Describe the combination of sloppy and unprofessional reporting practices that might add up to actual malice. 3)Why did the Supreme Court compare large civil damages to a criminal libel.
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  1)Absolutist Explain briefly why justices Black and Douglas were characterized as ?absolutists.? 2)Fourteenth Amendment What is the contribution of the Fourteenth Amendment to First Amendment freedom of expression? Give an example. 3)Vagueness and Overbreadth What is the difference between a vague and an overbroad law? Give examples.       .
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  1)If a viewer copies a violent act he sees on television, the victim can probably successfully sue the broadcaster for A) emotional distress. B)copycat harm. C)outrage. D)negligence. E)None of the above. 2)To win a private facts suit, a plaintiff must prove the publication A) is disgusting to the average person. B)is highly offensive to a reasonable.
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  31)  James Comer developed a strategy for working with students at risk in which teams of professionals participate in A)leadership training programs. B)competitions for increased student achievement. C)consensual and collaborative decision making. D)mentorship training activities. 32)  Which of the following mottos would be expressed by an advocate of the Coalition of Essential Schools? A)Planning for the Future.
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  11)  Assessments that produce observable indications of how well students can apply what they have learned are called A)high-stakes tests. B)norm-referenced tests. C)summative evaluations. D)performance tests. 12)  Who is held responsible for giving students a fair chance to succeed in school with reference to the opportunity or opportunity-to-learn standards? A)parents B)students C)school leaders D)communities 13)  In order to satisfy requirements.
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  41)  What is the best way to protect against unfairness in assessment? A)Use different measure of success by creating multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know. B)Do not have assessments in the classroom. C)Requiring everyone to take the standardized test on the same day. D)both A and C 42)  Measuring students' competence in.
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  1)If a court applies the strict scrutiny test to a government speech regulation, the government must justify the regulation by proving it has a ________ for regulating the speech. A)rational interest B)reasonable interest C)probable cause D)necessary tendency E) None of the above 2)A county ordinance prohibits newspapers from publishing stories favoring abortions, stories the ordinance.
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  1)The federal constitution is the country?s ultimate legal authority. 2)The U.S. Supreme Court, the nation?s supreme judicial body, has the last word on the meaning of the federal constitution. Each state?s supreme court is the interpreter of that state?s constitution. 3)Amendments to the U.S. Constitution must be ratified by three-fourths of the.
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1)  Required levels of knowledge and ability a student should possess are called  A) tests. B)standards. C)lesson plans. D)foundations. 2)  The level at which students should be able to use the knowledge they possess to solve problems is indicated by   A) performance standards. B)content standards. C)opportunity standards. D)curriculum-based assessment. 3)  Assessment and measurement are synonyms for A)formal attempts.
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