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    • 1908, page 36

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    • 36 SOUTHERN BRANCH Typewriting. The work includes instruction in the care and mechanism of the typewriter; exercises in the fingering, practice in writing business letters, legal forms, specifications, tabulated statements, and general work...
    • 1909, page 40

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    • 40 SOUTHERN BRANCH. corporations, business papers, liens, guaranty, insurance, real estate and personal property. Three hours per week throughout the year. Commercial Geography. A course in Commercial Geography will be given to those who...
    • 1910, page 48

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    • 48 Rapid Calculation. The work in Rapid Calculation makes the student able to add and multiply as rapidly as he can read figures, and to solve problems in interest, discount, bills and prices with rapidity, accuracy and ease. He learns from...
    • 1902, page 18

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    • 18 SOUTHERN BRANCH SUBJECTS OF INSTRUCTION. MATHEMATICS. MR. LEWIS. Normal Arithmetic.-This is an advanced course covering the fundamental principles of arithmetic. Special attention is given to the ratio idea of number and the...
    • 1911, page 44

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    • 44 specifications, tabulated statements, and general work and manifold writing. Daily throughout the year. Business Law. This course embraces a study of the laws governing the transaction of business in the world of commerce, including a...
    • 1912, page 49

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    • 49 Business Law. This course embraces a study of the laws governing the transaction of business in the world of commerce, including a knowledge of contracts, sales, agency, partnership, corporations, business papers, liens, guaranty,...
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    • THE WEB 177 Presentation 117 􀁔􅐀􀁈􄠀􀁉􄤀􀁓􅌀 􀁈􄠀􀁁􄄀􀁓􅌀 􀁏􄼀􀁎􄸀 􀁓􅌀􀁉􄤀􀁔􅐀􀁅􄔀 􀁍􄴀􀁁􄄀􀁉􄤀􀁎􄸀􀁔􅐀􀁅􄔀􀁎􄸀􀁁􄄀􀁎􄸀􀁃􄌀􀁅􄔀 􀁃􄌀􀁁􄄀􀁎􄸀􀀇􀜀􀁔􅐀 􀁂􄈀􀁅􄔀 􀁏􄼀􀁖􅘀􀁅􄔀􀁒􅈀􀁅􄔀􀁓􅌀􀁔􅐀􀁉􄤀􀁍􄴀􀁁􄄀􀁔􅐀􀁅􄔀􀁄􄐀􀂈􈠀􀁅􄔀􀁄􄐀􀁉􄤀􀁔􅐀􀁉􄤀􀁎􄸀􀁇􄜀 􀁏􄼀􀁎􄸀􀁅􄔀 􀁓􅌀􀁔􅐀􀁙􅤀􀁌􄰀􀁅􄕳 sheet is obviously more efficient than editing hundreds or thousands of files. 􀁳􇌀 􀀴􃐀􀁈􄠀􀁅􄔀...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 49 can’t lie, it’s hard. Lately, more than normal. My husband does not make a ton of money. Probably not even enough to support a family of 7 by most standards. We don’t live high on the hog” (Tena, 2011, para. 5). Such was the...
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    • P a g e | 22 we are to be perpetually solemn. We must play. But our merriment must be of that kind (and it is, in fact, the merriest kind) which exists between people who have, from the outset, taken each other seriously — no flippancy, no...
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    • 23 rocks and the world around him/her (Douglas, et.al., 2008). “Charles Darwin and Carl Sagan are are well known for their naturalist intelligences” (Shepard, 2004, p. 215). Having a camera to document information that can later be transferred to a...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 32 shows that a relationship between timeliness and satisfaction may exist. Using Kendall’s Tau non-parametric calculation, a correlation of 0.6 is found between timeliness and satisfaction, and is statistically significant...
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    • 39 taught. Next, they had assignments that allowed them to practice using the patterns during class activities; and finally, they wrote the same essay as before to see if the quality of their essays changed in structure and thought. A calculation...
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    • 2 teach concepts of geometry to two resource math classes and examined the effects of such implementation on students in the cognitive and affective domains. Background, Significance, Purpose Statement, and Study Setting Recently, there has been...
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    • 4 various areas, predominantly dyscalculia, in grades ten through twelve in a large high school in an urban school district. Delimitations As a quasi-experiment the scope of this study did not involve large numbers of students nor did it randomly...
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    • 10 In the math classroom, the student with a specific learning disability in reading may have little difficulty with calculation fluency but is likely to struggle with problems relying on reading comprehension, such as story problems (Jordan,...
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    • 15 pretest and post-test, with the last question on the post-test being one that asked how much they liked the lesson. The results of the study showed the treatment class having an 84% mean gain in mathematical proficiency for the concept being...
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    • 24 mathematics. This means that according to a standardized test of cognitive and academic ability, such as the Woodcock Johnson III, the students exhibited a significant discrepancy (defined as 15 points or greater) between their General...
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    • 39 Compton, C. (2008). Thank you, Miss Katherine. Phi Dieta Kappan, 90(3), 182-185. Retrieved from...
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    • 41 Hall, T., Strangman, N. & Meyer, A. (2011). Differentiated instruction and implications for UDL implementation. National Center on Accessing Instructional Materials. Retrieved from...

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