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metaphor [comparing two unlike objects to enhance meaning, as in "clouds are like cotton candy”]

producers [workers creating a product; farmers, workers, and artists] retail stores [stores that sell directly to consumers]

Honesty

Grade Six civic virtue [positive behavior that supports group well-being] honesty [fairness and straightforwardness in conduct] ironic [opposite to apparent meaning; used to emphasize a point]

Grade Seven common good [promoting the welfare of the community; for the benefit of all] ethical decision-making [using a set of morals/values when problem-solving]

Grade Eight

eschew obfuscation [avoid purposely concealing the meaning of the communication]

fabrication [something that is made up or created] honesty [fairness and straightforwardness in conduct] omission [something left out]

responsibility [following tasks to completion and being dependable for doing what you say you will do]

sarcasm [ironic wit intended to cut down or point out inconsistency]

Integrity Grade Six

apartheid [a policy of segregation and political and economic discrimination against those of non-European backgrounds]

integrity [knowing and doing what’s right; true to yourself and others] principles [code of conduct] values [what is believed to be right; the basis for ethical action]

Grade Seven

colonial government [governing body run by the local colony, not the sovereign power; that is, Virginia's government, not England's]

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