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    • Page 98

    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 94 antecedents, I will try to understand them both. I know it takes time and I will have to practice because English is not my first language but I just need practice.” “On every area I want to improve at least to a 90%. On the area I truly want to...
    • Page 19

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 19 Chapter Three Rationale While it is clear that social identity and crisis response have both received much attention in academia, the assimilation of these two subjects in understanding the possible social constructs of...
    • Page 25

    • Teachers--Training of; Reading--Phonetic method; Utah--Education.
    • 18 and instruction, they recommended that changes be made to the pre-teacher evaluation system with the PRAXIS test in Utah. They had continued issues with the fact that the PRAXIS II Multiple Subjects test (that includes reading) does not have a...
    • Page 46

    • Teachers--Training of; Reading--Phonetic method; Utah--Education.
    • 39 Washburn, 2012), in-service teacher participants in this study exhibited a greater proficiency in syllabic exercises and deficiencies in morphemic concepts. This study contributes additional information with the self-reporting of phonics...
    • Page 88

    • Teachers--Training of; Reading--Phonetic method; Utah--Education.
    • 81 Appendix L—Formal Letter of...
    • Page 8

    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 8 Screen shots of the students’ phones during the session are seen in figure 5 and 6 below. Figure 5 being the phone with only the answer options and figure 6 being what the student would see once they have answered...
    • Page 36

    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 36 competitive aspect of Kahoot! and worked hard to have their name be on the leaderboard. The researcher found at times it was hard to control the class before moving on to the next question, due to the excessive...
    • Page 37

    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 37 study will not determine if Kahoot! is a useful site for all samples and age groups. Due to the limited age range there is no ability to generalize to other age groups that should use SRS. It is important to point...
    • Page 17

    • Social media--Photographs; Race relations
    • PICTURING IDENTITY 17 So, if those in the #iftheygunnedmedown group wish to compare their experience with how it was sometimes portrayed in the media, they must do it in a way that is not only understandable to themselves, but to others as well....
    • Page 45

    • Social media--Photographs; Race relations
    • PICTURING IDENTITY 45 images were able to capture what actually happened. This left the media an open field of how to frame him, as a villain or a victim. Images have the power of creating defining profiles of their subjects, narrowing a complex...
    • Page 10

    • Music--Instruction and study; Education; Students--Music; Parents--Music; Teachers--Music
    • Browning: Attitude Toward Music 10 and English in Boston. Through personal experience with struggling students in difficult areas. she learned that in order to make a difference and overcome the everyday challenges that students face in their...
    • Page 13

    • Music--Instruction and study; Education; Students--Music; Parents--Music; Teachers--Music
    • Bnnvning: Attitude Toward Music 13 The co-equal, cognitive style. The Co-equal. Cognitive Style is probably the most beneficial (Giles and Frego. 2004). Teachers incorporate cognitive objectives while simultaneously requiring the students to...
    • Page 14

    • Music--Instruction and study; Education; Students--Music; Parents--Music; Teachers--Music
    • Browning: Attitude Toward Music 14 from them. Because of this attitude. the music integration became little more than a supplement for the other subject areas. Whitaker relates how important classroom teachers feel music is in their classroom when...
    • Page 15

    • Music--Instruction and study; Education; Students--Music; Parents--Music; Teachers--Music
    • Browning: Attitude Toward Music 15 areas'" (Randall. 2012). Randall continues to enforce this idea in explaining that there needs to be a focus for all involved to be attentive to the goals and outcomes in all the subject areas. including the arts...
    • Page 21

    • Music--Instruction and study; Education; Students--Music; Parents--Music; Teachers--Music
    • Brov.ning: Attitude Toward Music 21 How is music being used to enhance the classroom in the best \Vay'? As Giles & Frego claim, music is most often used in the classroom as a break from other subjects or simply as background music. "This may result...
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • Merly and his crew of River Rats quickly prepared fine loblollies for representatives of each crew to crawl, run, and creep through. (Ted and Johno were eliminated from the activities after a mud shave as punishment for their naughty deed.) Bob...
    • Page 46

    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 47 Appendix C Informed Consent The relationship between Concussions and Depression in Professional and Semi-Professional Football Players Study to be conducted at: Southern Utah University And Online...
    • Page 47

    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 48 Your participation in this study is voluntary; you may decline to participate without penalty. If you decide to participate, you may skip any questions you do not wish to answer or you may withdraw...
    • Page 2

    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Warm-up on Sprint Speed Abstract The purpose of this study was to dete1mine the effects of a post activation potentiation (PAP) wann-up on sprint speed, with a special emphasis on the role of specificity regarding...
    • Page 8

    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Warm-up on Sprint Speed binding sites. This change in position is believed to potentiate or enhance subsequent contractions (Tillin & Bishop, 2009). Regarding the second mechanism, recrniting larger motor units can in...

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