(1) ……………. it is acquired from society. We are born with the capacity to make 40 sounds. Our genetics allows our brain to make associations between sounds and objects, actions, or ideas. (2)…………… a baby's babbling sound " ma -ma-ma" become "mama" and then mother.

The appropriate sentence for the blank space (1) in the text is…………
Language is not genetically inherited
Language is a means of leaning things
Language is god's special gift to humans
Language is humans' ability to communicate

The appropriate sentences for the blank space (2) in the text is……..
Our children learn a language naturally
Language learning is obviously creative
There is unique process of language learning
Our brain capabilities allow the creation of language.

The best order of the following jumbled sentences is………
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Knowing what and how to change requires us to examine relevant information on our own teaching effectiveness
Small, purposeful changes driven by feedback and our priorities are most likely to be manageable and effective
Teaching requires adapting.
Based on such data, we might modify the learning objectives, content, structure, or format of a course or otherwise adjust our teaching.
We need to continually reflect on our teaching and be ready to make changes when appropriate.

4 - 6 - 2 - 1 - 5 - 3
4 - 5 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 6
4 - 6 - 5 - 2 - 1 - 3
4 - 2 - 5 - 1 - 3 - 6

Born in Amherst, Massachusetts, Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was the middle child of a prominent lawyer and one term United States congressional representative, Edward Dickinson, and his wife , Emily Norcross Dickinson. From 1840 to 1847, she attended the Amherst Academy, and from 1847 to 1848, she studied at the mount Holyoke Famale Seminary in South Hadley, a few miles from Amherst. With the exception of a trip to Washington, D.C, in the late 1850s and a few trips to Boston for eye treatments in the early 1860s, Dickinson remained in Am herst, living in the same house on main streetfrom 1855 until her death. During her lifetime, she published only about 10 of her nearly 2,000 poems, in newspapers, Civil war Journals and a poetry anthology. The first volume of Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas Higginson and Mabel Todd, was published in 1890.
The Female Seminary where E.E. Dickinson used to study was…………………
In the southern part of Massachusetts
Far away from the Amherst Academy
Close to her parents' hometown
On Main Street of South Hadley

The text implies that Emily Elisabeth Dickinson………
Liked to travel a lot
Was a productive poet
Lived alone in her hometown
Published her own literary works

It can be assumed that Poems of Emily Dickinson was Published…………
In newspaper
During her lifetime
During the civil war

Teacher should ensure that students are seeking to reach an agreement on the answers in the questions. Not (1.) entire share their ideas with e ach other. Randomly choose two or three students to give 30 second summaries of their discussions. Such individual accountability ensures that the pairs take the tasks (2) seriously. Periodically, the teacher should structure a discussion of how effectively the pairs are learning (3 ) Jointly
The appropriate to antonym of the underlined word (2) in the text is……….
The appropriate to antonym of the underlined word (1) in the text is……….

The appropriate to antonym of the underlined word (3) in the text is……….

The process of surface irrigation can be described using four phases. As water is applied to the top end of the field it will flow or advance over the field length. The advance phase refers to that length of time as water is applied to the top end of the field and flows or advances over the field length. After the water reaches the end of the field it will either run-off or start to pond. The period