OA for Set 67:
My take on set 69:-
A (Confused with C)
My take on Set 68:-
3 (not so sure) :banghead:
A. Multiculturalism is best understood neither as a political doctrine with a programmatic content nor
a philosophical school with a distinct theory of man's place in the world but as a perspective on or
a way of viewing human life.
B. This does not mean that they are determined by their culture in the sense of being unable to rise
above its categories of thought and critically evaluate its values and system of meaning.
C. Rather that they are deeply shaped by it and can overcome some but not all of its influences. They
necessarily view the world from within a culture, be it the one they have inherited and uncritically
accepted or reflectively revised or, in rare cases, one they have consciously adopted.
D. Its central insights are sometimes misinterpreted by its advocates and needs to be carefully
reformulated if it is to carry conviction.
E. Human beings are culturally embedded in the sense that they grow up and live within a culturally
structured world and organize their lives and social relations in terms of a culturally derived system
of meaning and significance.
(1) EDCB (2) DBEC (3) EBCD (4) DEBC (5) BCDE
A. Many animals possess protective markings to avoid predation, including patterns to reduce the risk
of detection, to indicate that the animal is toxic or inedible, or to mimic another animal or object.
B. Many eyespots are effective in startling or intimidating predators, and can help to prevent or stop an
C. In addition, many creatures such as butterflies, moths, and fish possess two or more pairs of circular
markings, often referred to as 'eyespots'.
D. However, recent work by zoologists indicates that this widely-held hypothesis has no experimental
E. For the past 150 years it has been assumed that this is because they mimic the eyes of the predator's
(1) CBED (2) EBDC (3) BCDE (4) CDBE (5) EDBC
A. I think about this when I take my own children to galleries.
B. My most artistic child is actually the most bored by galleries.
C. So, I take my children to see idiosyncratic art, such as the Turner prize but they often think it's silly.
D. You just don't know what is going to capture their attention.
E. Although I'm the daughter of a painter, art didn't light me up in the way theater and stories did- that
is why it's so important for children to get access to a broad range of culture.
(1) ECDB (2) EBCD (3) DECB (4) DCBE (5) EDCB
A. Students aren't taught to read and draw maps of different scales and to analyze places, distances,
areas and distributions using maps.
B. Our cognitive abilities allow us to use those mental maps to answer questions.
C. Mapping exercises help build students' mental maps, or those maps that we all see "in our mind's
D. Instead, students in today's classrooms are shown simple maps of places they are studying, with the
intent being to learn the place names and something about the places.
E. Our brains are capable of being trained not only to draw mental maps, but also to zoom and pan
across those maps, to associate many different spatial patterns and to make decisions based on the
(1) BCDE (2) BEDC (3) CBED (4) BDEC (5) BDCE