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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
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    • (^ j% ^^j «J#* ^ <+A MARK BRADSHAW Education Leni MAX COWAN Business Cedar City DON JEFFERIES Industrial Arts Grantsville LAMONT BENNETT Agriculture Deseret DICK DOVER Industrial Arts Cedar City YORKE NELSON Business Cedar City KEITH...
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    • 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Due to the various benefits of inclusion, many school systems today are moving toward inclusion, or integrating students with disabilities into the regular education setting (Perles, 2010; Vaughn, 2007). Pupils with disabilit...
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    • 106 Chapter 7 HTML Introduction Now that all the preliminary items have been covered, it is time to begin the implemen-tation of a web page using HTML, XHTML and Style Sheets. We will assume that you are publishing your web content using the SUU...
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    • 110 Chapter 7 HTML XHTML attempts to support all the rules of HTML using XHTML standards. If this all sounds confusing, don’t let it worry you. By learning HTML, you are also learning the basics of XHTML. There are some differ-ences but they are...
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    • 13 Mattos, & Weber, 2009, p. 28). Fuchs, Mock, Morgan, and Young (2003) prefer standard protocol because “everyone knows what to implement, and it is easier to train practitioners to conduct an intervention correctly and to assess the accuracy of...
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    • 14 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Barriers of Inclusion There are many barriers to inclusion. Some of the most significant include fear, tradition, lack of training, attitude, low expectations, time, lack of support, and funding (Downing, 2008; Forli...
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    • 15 increased vocabulary knowledge to achievement in high-stakes circumstances (McCormick & Pasquarelli, 2010, p. 2). The cycle of non-reading and little or no gain of fluency and automaticity then continues. As children become adults, the problems...
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    • 157 THE DINOSAURS ROCK ~~Ij«. 00..' about IUmlng 01\ KUKU? Let's sec. ..."".\ 011 M"'l'be thrJ.'1l pia) llgl ""' D1no..aun album ~ ~Good Idea. kd.- rcphai ~"chxl. -Ill dftc~. y
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    • 158 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 is (arguably) one of the best tools currently available for most web design projects. With Dreamweaver you can create very effective web content. Dreamweaver can be used to create a...
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    • 16 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING disabilities. Research has found that as educators gain experience and training, their attitudes become more positive (Villa, Thousand, Meyers, & Nevin, 1996). Low Expectations Low expectations are another barrier to...
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    • 16 The most probable obstacle facing many unmotivated readers is a lack of self-confidence. “Whether told by others that they are not as good a reader as their older siblings or whether they have developed the attitude from peers that reading is...
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    • 160 .. .. CASSETTE BY CREDIT ~Lool II thIS. lItom. M saKI Margie. ~H~n: are llutt !K.:l111lO'1eS "'r m.»ni. ~ \rldro CeNCI" ,s n:nun,i; them ror .1. ~Ial pnc>: 0199 «illS exh I sun ",sh ....... Iud a \'CR ~ MI k-: lkar. M Io:r~replied. -I...
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    • 162 -- ----- , GEOMETRY PROJECT ~hchxl and hIS frxnd Dan "':lll<"d OUl of malh cb~s logeihc.'r - ........... I don', 11lO" If I can rn..U.c • bnd~ WI >11011 .nh JU>!' 1QOIhl"Cb ..... ,llX'- MElx'd M..-had -I doa"lllKM If I an cnhn-. -!'l>d Dan...
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    • 164 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver picker. The color picker will immediately close after you select a color. 7. Now click “Apply.” The color of the body background area will change to reflect your color choice. If you don’t like the color, click...
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    • 17 time-out room only reinforces undesirable behaviors. The child has associated acting out with getting out and is maintaining control of the situation (Richardson & Saxon, 2002). Another concern associated with the use of timeout procedures is...
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    • 170 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver Select File>New. Use the same settings you used for the first page except in the Layout CSS dialog box. Change the CSS Layout to “Link to Existing File” (Figure 9.21). Select the Attach Style Sheet icon (looks...
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    • 18 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design CONCERNS FOR PEOPLE WITH DIS-ABILITIES The Americans with Disabilities Act has pre-scribed certain standards for web pages that the government and government contractors must abide by. Because of this,...
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    • 2 4 knowledge of words. The test is administered like a typical spelling test, the words ordered by their level of difficulty. After students have taken the test, teachers use the spelling feature guide to score the test. This feature guide scores...

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