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    • CEDAR CITY: THE BUILDING OF A COMMUNITY ( D r . Arrington, L.D. S. Church Historian, delivered the following address at Cedar City, Utah during the 125th anniversary celebration, November, 1976.) The rich historical legacy left by Cedar City's...
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    • 27 attendees in schools with made-up names. The students were not surveyed or talked to, only their test scores were examined. Instrumentation Using the AES program MyAccess! provided a solid amount of the research for this thesis. The information...
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    • 3 3. Does using problem-centered mathematics instructional techniques allow students to learn mathematical concepts as well as traditional teaching methods? 4. Do students prefer problem-centered mathematics instruction over tradition instructional...
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Reading reluctance is a complex issue that has major educational ramifications over time. During the elementary school years, a reluctant reader may initially function at the same skill level as involved and interested...
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    • 29 CHAPTER 4 Results Overview of this Chapter In this chapter, data from eighth grade classes comprising of 4,558 students in eleven different schools, in a single district provides a look at the effectiveness of an AES program in helping students...
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    • 7 area, (with rules of punctuation, for example) by the time they get into middle school and high school, they simply fake their way through school. There are three different types of students of whom teachers must be aware in order to teach...
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    • 30 means increased feedback for students, and will increase passing rates in all subgroups, with perhaps the highest increased passing rate in the ELL group since feedback would seem to be more vital for that specific group. Table 1.1 Schools,...
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    • 31 School 2 0 88% School 1 3.38 87% School 7 0 85% Table 1.1 represents schools, the average number of submissions on the AES program MyAccess per 8th grade student over the course of a year, and the 8th grade pass rate percentages for each school....
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    • 32 Table 2.1 Schools, Average Submissions, and Free/Reduced Lunch Percentages School Name Average Teacher Directed Submissions per Student Free/Reduced Lunch School 7 0 51.15% School 3 18.805 44.09% School 2 0 37.73% School 11 12.51 30.63% School...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 211 correct on that and I think there is a movement afoot for putting that connection back. Radio has reacted in times past. We were dead on arrival with television, that did not happen, we were dead with...
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    • 10 Education, 2010). According to Education Week, the majority of Hispanic and Black males in Utah do not graduate from high school with a standard diploma (Utah Education Facts, 2011). The percentage of dropouts among Hispanic individuals is three...
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    • manufacture of iron. Drama, for which Cedar has now become nationally known, was a favorite interest and avocation of the townspeople from the earliest days. Amusements, recreations of various kinds, and celebrations of important events livened up...
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    • Bills Payable. August.: Summit, California. The highest Rail Road pass in the Sierra-Nevada Mountains. Elevation 7,017 feet distance from Ogden 638 miles Tennesee Pass Colorado Elevation 10,433 feet. Distance from Denver 283 miles. from Ogden 488...
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    • 34 School 8 27.66% School 10 29.64% School 11 JR 30.63% School 2 JR 37.73% School 3 JR 44.09% School 7 Junior 51.15% The tables validate the belief that socio-economic status is a major contributor to student success on tests. For example, School 9...
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    • 35 correlation between the socio-economic status and the DWA pass rates for each school? Why did a school with 11% of its students on free or reduced lunch achieve the same as a school with nearly 30% of its school on free or reduced...
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    • 36 School 6 17.89 93% 20.21% School 8 3.47 9% 27.66% School 3 18.805 89% 44.09% School 4 0 89% 20.97% School 2 0 88% 37.73% School 10 5.55 87% 29.64% School 5 3.78 87% 11.11% School 1 3.38 87% 24.02% School 7 0 85% 51.15% School 11 12.51 78%...
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    • 37 Hispanic Pass Rate Hispanics were the majority minority in the district of study. Only 33 African American 8th grade students in the district took the test, whereas 402 Hispanic 8th graders took the test. The numbers were the most substantial...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 13 (Geahigan, 1998). Next the student researches background information about the artist and artwork. They then use this newly acquired information to form a hypothesis about the work. As a student learns more about the...
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    • 38 Table 3.1 Hispanic Count, Pass Rate, and Submission Comparison Hispanic Count Hispanic Pass Rate Average Teacher Directed Submissions per Student School 3 93 0.80 18.805 School 7 70 0.84 0 School 2 57 0.82 0 School 10 48 0.85 5.55 School 1 31...

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