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Tutor profile: Cordelia R.

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Cordelia R.
I have served as a Reference Librarin for 9 years.
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Subject: Study Skills

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How do you use context clues to your best advantage when you are unfamiliar with a word?

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Cordelia R.
Answer:

Step 1. Finish reading the passage Step 2. Reread the sentence before the word the sentence with the word and the sentence below the word. 3. Now, write the word down and look it up? * Always write down unfamiliar words in black ink and then write the definition in blue ink. Also, write any date and individual names in pencil or in red ink.

Subject: GED

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Thinking one's own country is more important than other countries is what type of ideology?

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Chose the best answer to the question asked above? A. Nationalism B. Militarism C. Alliances D. Culture

Subject: US History

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What Native American nation, made of five Indian tribes, influenced the US's first governmental system?

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Cordelia R.
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The Iroquois Nation, made of a loose confederation of five tribes played a big role in influencing the makeup and founding principles of the United States Articles of Confederation.

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