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    • mcbooki311p229: "Grandpa's Diary"

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • "GRANDPA'S DIARY" (Note: The Author of This Diary Is Unknown) Sun., March 13, 1859 Went to lower Beaver Valley in company with Isaac Grundy, Tarlton Lewis, William Barton and John Blackburn, our object being to find a location for a settlement near...
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    • 11 short-term improvement in their experimental group. After one year the experimental group continued to outperform the control group (Iseman, 2011). As beneficial as this strategy was for the experimental group, its efficacy is still only...
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    • 12 Simple Sentence- A sentence that has a subject, verb, sometimes an object and represented by the abbreviation “SV” for subject-verb or “IC” for independent clause. Six-Traits of Writing- six characteristics for good writing approved by the...
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    • 17 combinations which might help the students understand the concepts the teacher wishes to communicate (Watson, 2005). Purposeful Kinesthetics in Non-Math Disciplines Though not widely applied in the field of mathematics, purposeful, related...
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    • 21 Kolln and Hancock’s (2005) argument against the anti-grammar movement maintains that as the free-writing trend took off, linguists such as W. Nelson Francis, Harold B. Allen and Noam Chomsky were researching English grammar and discovering...
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    • 23 is that students will learn to apply more grammatically correct sentences if given the opportunity to revise their work after discussing it. Kolln supports this theory by saying, “If grammar knowledge doesn’t appear to improve writing...
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    • 25 based on the number of errors they found, syntax did improve along with sentence-combining strategies. Studies that used sentence-combining strategies, rather than traditional grammar approach, turned out better student writing results because...
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    • 29 Hektner, J.M. (1995). When moving up implies moving out: Rural adolescent conflict in the transition to adulthood. Journal of Research in Rural Education, 11(1), 3-14. Horn, L.J. & Chen, X. (1998). Toward Resiliency: At-Risk Students Who Make It...
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    • 3 Academy states that we strive “to help students rediscover the value and rewards of education and guide them in becoming literate, socially-responsible, lifelong learners” (USOE, 2006, p. 3). SEA is an alternative high school in Cedar City, Utah,...
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    • 30 What’s In What’s Out Use stories and speech to discuss language learning. Grammar, memorization, rote learning Kids are more tech-savvy so adults don’t matter anymore. Adult demonstrations of examples on the board. Challenging...
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    • 31 10. Progress may involve new kinds of errors as students try to apply new writing skills. 11. Grammar instruction should be included during various phases of writing. 12. More research is needed on effective ways of teaching grammar to...
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    • 35 variable of the differences in classes, the mean of 𝑘−𝑛𝑛 for Class A at 13.27 % may paint a more accurate picture of the benefits of kinesthetic learning, and can be considered statistically significant. Similarly, the p value for 𝑘−𝑛𝑛 at 0.6%...
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    • 37 eliminate many lurking variables, providing the validity and reliability that has not yet been present in studies that examine the effects of kinesthetic learning in resource classrooms. Another dimension that would be challenging but valuable...
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    • 40 sentence patterns, not just the structure itself. Also, a summative assessment approach was applied to evaluate “the worth of the final product, especially in comparison to some other competing product” (Ross, 2005, p. 5); hence, a combination...
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    • 41 patterns. Finally, students read what they wrote to the class. While writing, students simply insert their own sentences into the patterns. This gave students the ability to choose what they wanted to say while also knowing for sure which...
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    • 5 agreement and pronoun-antecedent agreement (CCSS, p.56). It also states that the use of punctuation should be mastered by the 4th grade, but it doesn’t say exactly what punctuation rules should be taught until 6th grade; and, at that point, the...
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    • 76 Salmon, J., Brown, H., & Hume, C. (2009). Effects of strategies to promote children's activity on potential mediators. International journal of obesity, 33, 66-73. doi: 0307-0565/09. Sassen, B., Kok, G., Schaalma, H., Kiers, H., & Vanhees, L....
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    • 9 desired career and college readiness results. Some view this gap as an opportunity for teachers to maintain freedom to develop individual and creative lessons. In order to achieve success, though, a strong and concise understanding of what and...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 34 Finkelstein, E., Fiebelkorn, I., & Wang, G. (2003). National medical spending attributable to overweight and obesity: how much, and who’s paying? Health Affairs, W3, 219-226. Flegal, K., Carroll, M., Ogden, C., et...
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    • century is often not realized. Late in 1868 a cooperative mercantile institution was established which had grown by the t u r n of the century to include a gristmill, a sawmill, and a t a n n e r y , all community-owned, and doing a business of...

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