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    • Sophomore Roll Call HURCHELL URIE. The boy who puts the say in saying. LEON LEIGH. Nicknamed "Fatty." Our famous little miler. CLARENCE RIDDLE. Class President, first semester. One of our best students; studies late at night but wants "Day" all the...
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    • TELSON MARSDEN "His friends come to him un­sought, The .gr~~t God gave them to hIm. ANNIE l\!IIDDLETON "Her kind heart is a fountain of gladnes5 . . . Making every thIng In. Its vic~nitJ;, to freshen Into smIles. 25 LAMONT HUNTER "The secret of...
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    • 41 are working. The children speak Spanish to their parents, and both English and Spanish to each other. While the interview is conducted in Spanish with the mom, she mentioned that she is learning English from her children and likes to practice...
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    • THE WEB 85 Writing for the Web 25 By analyzing what we know about Doug, we can make some assumptions about his web use and online buying habits related to outdoor equipment. Giv􀀍􀵥 en his Internet savvy he will probably not have any trouble...
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    • 37 DRP Test Procedure The participants took the DRP first. They were given the same instructions: read the text selection and select the word that fits best and makes the most meaning in the sentence/paragraph. To complete the test, they were given...
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    • No pirates no princesses 123 picking their kids up from school. Then we‘re driving home from church it was a Wednesday night and we‘re driving home and she‘s trying to convince me again and she puts it on and there‘s a song on about how...
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    • No pirates no princesses 135 E: Yeah, and it wasn‘t quite, we didn‘t have the savings thing hooked up. So now, anything over $70.00 per year that she has in her bank, we‘ll match that. So it‘s an incentive for her to save and for her to be...
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    • No pirates no princesses 179 I: Do you feel a need to protect your children for culture. T: I don‘t think you can protect children from culture. You can live it, we are 21st century like it or not. All you can do is educate because in the end...
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    • No pirates no princesses 181 T: Yes. And so much flows from that. But the other thing is, you know, I‘ll say all the time I don‘t want a nice doctor. I want a good doctor, I don‘t want a nice cop, I want a good cop, I don‘t want a nice...
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    • 13 mathematical/logical person starts early by ordering and re-ordering objects. The individual calculates quickly and memorizes long tables of information, like bus schedules (Nolen, 2003). Mathematical/Logical in Math The mathematical/logical...
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    • 14 allowed to draw the ideas presented (Nolen, 2003). He/she likes to work with maps, puzzles, charts, visualizations and images (Denig, 2004). Students all benefit from visuals. Today, individuals with learning disabilities are mainstreamed. Chris...
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    • 20 work together with the musicians in a school by playing geometry musically (Cooper and Barger, 2009). Interpersonal Interpersonal learning includes cooperating with others, learning from each other, sharing and comparing ideas. The learner also...
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    • 50 are the best way for a visual/spatial learner to learn (Utah State Office of Education, n.d.) (see Figure 4.5). 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Tally Points Students' Self-Assessed Visual/Spatial Learning Style...
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    • 52 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Tally Points Students' Self-Assessed Musical/Rhythmic Learning Style Scores Males Females Class Figure 4.7. Comparing 3rd and 4th Quarter, Students’ Self-Assessed Musical/Rhythmic Learning Style...
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    • 115 March 2, 2010 Dear Parents, Your child is being invited to take part in a research study to encourage an interest in mathematics. The study will include real life math problems integrating Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences. For...
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    • 54 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING INCLUSION SCENARIOS Name: Jimmy Grade: 3 Classification: Autism Jimmy tested well above grade level in reading (grade 5.2) and mathematics (grade 6.1). He is having trouble getting along with his classmates, but trie...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 3 and Taylor (1973) expand the process of reciprocity within the social penetration theory further with the analogy of an onion. The more intimate a relationship comes through self-disclosure the more...
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    • Commitment 59 of affirmation, such as talking and listening to one another, is also an important part of Luke and Taryn’s relationship. Trevor and Julia Johnson felt that words of affirmation was important to both of them in communicating their...
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    • THOMA THOMAS ABBOTT~Parowan~vocation-al guidance student and spends most or his time in the skop. MAURINE ADAMS, from the same town delves deep into the realms of education in her hopes to become a school teacher. PHYLLIS ADAMS, from Cedar is famed...
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    • CONNIE WHITNEY'S motto is 'Go Easton young lady, Go Easton.' JENA VEE WILLIAMS' heart is also promised but her spirit is still with us. RAVENNA LEIGH majors in business-and Verl. GOLDEN LANG and JACK WOOD-BURY are a couple of those boys from...

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