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Part BUse a print or online dictionary. Copy the meaning of the wordunorthodoxas it is used inthis sentence. (L.7.4c, L.7.4d, L.7.6)not conventional; unusual4.This question has two parts. First, answer Part A. Then, answer Part B.Part AReread the following excerpt fromPatient Zero, and follow the prompt below.“The theory of miasma seemed full of logicalinconsistencies, but he had no way ofknowing” (43).Complete the chart to break up the wordinconsistenciesinto a prefix, Latin root, and suffix.You may use your affix list as a resource. (L.7.4b)Word PartMeaningPrefixin-notRootconsistentadhering to the same principlesSuffix-ciesnoun form4© 2019 EL Education Inc.
EpidemicsGrade 7: Module 2: Mid-Unit 1 AssessmentPart BUse what you know about these word parts to write a definition ofinconsistenciesin yourown words. (RI.7.4, L.7.6)
Part IIDirections:Use the text to answer these questions about how Marilee Peters structuressections of chapter 2 inPatient Zeroand how these sections relate to the whole and developideas.5.How is the section “The Great Debate: Miasma or Germs” mainlystructured? (RI.7.5)
6.How is the rest of the excerpt about John Snow on pages 41–44 mainly structured?(RI.7.5)
7.This question has two parts. First, answer Part A. Then, answer Part B.Part AWhat key information does “The Great Debate: Miasma or Germs” on page 42 provide?(RI.7.1, RI.7.5)a.Cholera was the first disease caused by germs.b.Miasma was a long-lasting and widely accepted idea.c.Nightingale’s beliefs prevented her from being helpful.d.Koch was the one who got credit for discovering germs.

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