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    • 85! sometimes unjust loss, but show the students that we can take our losses with dignity and grace, and that shows more character than the trophy. NO PURPOSE, NO GOAL. Students need a "carrot" to keep them engaged. So do teachers and...
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    • 87! 1 - Remind potential participants that the world wants and needs them - collectively ("You inspire audiences to feel/think/be their best selves!") and individually ("Nobody demonstrates the beauty of being shamelessly inquisitive and complex...
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    • 88! professional shows every year. 4- Pull other performing arts teachers in with you (I finally convinced our dance teacher to come this next year)... also, GET AN ADMINISTRATOR TO COME WITH YOU-- they are thrilled with seeing the shows, they get...
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    • ! 91! 15A 1-We will not lose. When competing, nothing is certain. We work really hard and do our best but sometimes there is a team that is just better, or another actor who connected more to that one judge. There are zero guarantees in theatrical...
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    • ! 92! 4-Come Play Everyone is welcome. Auditions are simply a tool to assign parts, not to decide who comes and who doesn't. I will not tell a new actor who just wants to try it, that he/she is not good enough to try. Yes, it is a competition. Yes,...
    • 1912, page 34

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    • SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. ENGLISH. Miss Decker. Miss Brown. Mr. English a. This course consists of a review of the principles of English grammar, special attention being given to common errors. Drill in punctuation, letter writing,...
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    • 34 lections are usually studied: Parkman's Oregon Trail; Shakespeare, Macbeth and Julius Caesar; Milton, Minor Poems; Essay on Burns. A number of hooks are required for outside reading. Four hours per week. Miss Decker. English d. This...
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    • 35 Four hours per week throughout the year. Miss Brown. English b. This course consists of a careful study of diction and of the fundamental rhetorical principles-unity, coherence, emphasis, proportion-as applied to the whole...
    • 1912, page 37

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    • 37 Four hours per week throughout the year. Miss Decker. Oral Expression. The purpose of this course is to develop intelligent readers. The underlying principles of voice-building-pronunciation, articulation, enunciation, and resonance...
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    • 51 Argumentative Essay on Reality Store and Consumer Spending—Assignment #3 Figure 5 A couple of months later, a final writing assessment was given after reading Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Students were required to use the sentence patterns in...
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    • Mountain West. Certainly S . U . S . C . has been an asset to Cedar City over the years. The College has helped to preserve and build upon the rich past of the community, improved economic opportunities for local youth, and encouraged the growth of...
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    • tickets cost $3.00 and could be paid in produce. W have e been unable to unearth documentation of activities of the Dramatic Association beyond 1880, but it is safe to say that a community tradition had been set which no doubt led to support and...
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    • 74 Appendix E: Instrument Used for Final Assessment Final Exam ~ Romeo and Juliet Directions: Choose from one of the prompts below to write a 5-paragraph essay. You should have 7-10 sentences in each paragraph that will show your ability to discuss...
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 15 what he is” (Goffman, 1959, p. 120). The two different ways we gain impressions from others allow for two different actions including “the expression that he gives and the expression that he gives off” (Goffman, 1959, p....
    • 1908, page 27

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    • 27 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Solid Geometry. Wentworth's Solid Geometry. Two hours per week throughout the year. Trigonometry I. Formulas for Trigonometric functions with graphic illustration, Cartesian ordinates and abscissa solution of...
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    • find some. We will need two of them since we are projecting on two walls so everyone can see easily. We want to start building our volunteer base for the dinner so we can have beyond excellent service. Byron was talking about finding college...
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    • you do not like it, you do not eat. He also said that because we are doing a neat menu that includes local greens, cheese and honeys, the members would love it if the chef came out after the meal to meet everyone and tell them where he sourced...
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    • Abstract This study explored academic theatre competition and the philosophies of secondary teachers who participate in them. Alfie Kohn’s definitive critique of competition served as the initial framework juxtaposed against the prevalent use of...

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