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    • "He celebrated his 93rdbirthday with members of his family Nov. 15. He hecame ill the next day and had been bedfast most of the time since." "In 1932 Mr. Jones accepted one of the most important positions of his carreer. Then 7 8 , he was named...
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    • "OLD MAIN" Branch Normal School Dedicated: Oct. 28, 1898 Location: 350 West and 'Normal Street1 [College Avenue) Property donated to Branch of the State Normal on the 28th day of September, 1898, from the Cedar City Municipal Corporation, John V...
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    • - HENRY HUNTER LUNT Biography 1885 - 1975 A native of Cedar City, Henry ( H a r r y ) H. Lunt was born November 24, 1885, t h e eldest son of Henry W . and Roselia Hunter Lunt. He attended school in Cedar City and graduated from t h e Branch...
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    • 17 Chapter 3 Methodology As Lesaux, Kieffer, Faller, and Kelly (2010) pointed out, “Despite the importance of vocabulary knowledge for older readers and its role in the academic difficulties of many learners, it is rarely an emphasis in middle...
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    • 19 teachers, the researcher then decided what core classes to teach. The core classes that students needed to graduate were English, history, math, and science. The researcher then needed to find fifteen willing students to participate in the...
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    • 1didn't harbor such hopes. 1felt it would be a long time before unhappy Mexico would be settled back to normal. My heart was touched at the piight of those men and women who had given the best of their lives for the development of their adopted...
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    • 24 While this was not considered significant growth, it was in fact more than 0.5 percent growth, which is normal expected growth as determined by Cedar Middle School. Reading level takes into account both vocabulary and comprehension; however,...
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    • 27 to meet standards for success set forth by state and nation. ELLs come from a variety of cultures and backgrounds and with knowledge they attained from previous experience. As I started this project, like most teachers that want to make a...
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    • 30 Figure 1: 𝑘−𝑛𝑛 for Classes A and B Combined In order to prove that something is statistically significant, the researcher needs to test the alternative hypothesis against the null-hypothesis. In this case, the null hypothesis is that kinesthetic...
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    • 35 important to note is that with all of the graphic organizers in this study, pictures, words, and phrases were all incorporated to match the varied learning levels of the classroom. Step 6. Sixth, after the participants received instruction in...
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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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    • 4 was called the Bilingual Education Act. This Act “provided funding to establish bilingual programs for students who did not speak English and who were economically poor” (Carrasquillo, Kucer & Abrams, 2004, p. 2). Following this Act was the court...
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    • 46 wonder where to place punctuation marks which will free them up to start to develop other writing techniques for better communication through writing composition. Purpose To see if teaching grammatically correct sentence patterns will help...
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    • 7 Vocabulary struggles are hard enough for many native English students but for ELLs the struggle becomes more difficult, particularly for those students who enter school for the first time at a higher grade. Many times it looks as if students are...
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    • 8 (Hall, 2011), and the myriad of strategies and approaches available to the modern teacher of students with learning disabilities (Harwell, 2001). The problem is further complicated when one considers the affective domain (Barkley, 2009). In other...
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    • 87 Outdoor Body Toning Lesson Aerobic/Upper Body Objective: Students will learn some aerobic and strength exercise they may do without going to a gym. Differentiation: Students of all levels will be able to adapt and change these exercises to fit...
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    • A vast amount of literature is available about childhood obesity. It can be better understood by examining the definition of obesity, the causes of obesity, the effects of childhood obesity on the body and the mind, misconceptions, fighting...
    • Graduating class of 1905

    • Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--Students; Branch Normal School--Cedar City (Utah)--College graduates
    • A young men and young women in a graduation picture. They are holding their diplomas. Some are holding bouquets of flower. List of students, "Sadie Hulet, Mabel Naegle, Deslie Lowe.
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    • animals until noon, so they didn't reach Springvllle until that night. They were joined there by several other wagons traveling their direction, one of which belonged to Brother Walker. They camped the next night at the springs in Juab Valley where...

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