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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 203 It's a buzzword for a reason because it's true. Local content is key. I don't listen to XM Sirius radio because they're not many personalities that are talking about what I'm doing with in my life and...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 61 gestural” (p. 36). Elyot is a rare and early example of described gestures that widen the fissure into forensic analysis and re-viewing. A close reading that transcends the legal particulars...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 63 deliberation on the bench that day cited a similar precedent involving a deaf man through his hearing brothers, as well as “the rule in law” for property transactions that DPs proved to...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 208 Because of the local aspect of it, that's it. That was it when television came into being, that's when satellite radio came to be, it's the localism, and it's what we have. Until they can take it from us...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 5 Introduction Social Thinking Interventions in Second and Third Grade Possibly the most famous person with autism, Dr. Temple Grandin (2006) hypothesized that Einstein’s Theory of Relativity would not be accepted had...
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    • 22 A common interpretation of the link between low parental knowledge and child/adolescent problem behavior is that parents, by actively monitoring the nature of their adolescents’ activities and companions, are better able to intervene, which in...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 70 To that end, Garrow’s performance against the Rustons exhibited his characteristic showmanship, “in his insistent and pressing and revealing cross-examinations of prosecution witnesses, in his...
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    • 41 The next category of type is the popular practice assignment garnering 73.5% of the total. Practice assignments are appropriate in two instances: for elementary students to develop mastery and automaticity and for secondary students to receive...
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    • 46 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations browsers can get the layers mixed up. Layers can only be safely used for animated images. For these reasons, the use of tables is still the method of choice for placing elements - especially when text is to be...
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    • 43 assignment is reinforcing: “Does the assignment provide opportunities for the student to enhance his/her understanding of concept(s) taught in class? Will the assignment allow the student to practice and apply skills, possibly taking the skills...
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    • 16 website, the better off an organization like Snow College is. More traffic and exposure leads to more prospective students and growth for the college. Phil Bradley (2010), wrote “in the old days websites and web pages were the electronic version...
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    • THE WEB 29 Module 3 Assignment: What does it do? Analyze the http://www.xango.com/ web site and answer the following questions: • Who is the product, service, or information for? o Who are the target audiences for this page? o Can these audiences...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 5 culpability for the behavior of the individuals. The blame has been entirely placed on the brain of the individual and it is asserted that it can be indeed fixed. Partially crossing the lines between deficit...
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    • 33 A qualitative research method, autobiographies, will also be used to monitor students’ reactions to the new techniques being used in class. This is a modified approach to self-reporting. I want the students to reflect on their own learning and...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 48 character, as he is depicted as somewhat of a wolf in sheep’s clothing throughout the story, wilfully ignorant of the dangerous path he wishes to pursue with his park. The film Hammond survives, faced with a relieved- if...
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    • 52 CHAPTER 5 Results Discussion The challenge of using an AES program is knowing whether or not it actually improves student writing. As Chapter 2 indicated, teachers have different views on whether or not student writing improved when using an AES...
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    • 60 Appendix G Danielson’s Rubric to Determine Quality Assignments This rubric of three qualifiers was developed by Danielson et al. to evaluate the quality of homework assignments. The researchers of this study used the following questions to form...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 53 the strongest ties to the technology are triumphant, or, at the very least, able to make it out of the park alive. However, these critical messages seem lost in translation after the bridge from novel to film. The Jurassic...

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