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    • 53 References Axelrod, M., Zhe, E., Haugen, K., & Klein, J. (2009). Self-management of on-task homework behavior: A promising strategy for adolescents with attention and behavior problems. Retrieved Oct. 13, 2010,...
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    • 2 Even small amounts of methamphetamine can result in increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, decreased appetite, increased respiration, increased heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, and hyperthermia. Other...
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    • 3 Illicit Methamphetamine and impurities Methamphetamine production in home laboratories using ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, the active ingredients in several over-the-counter drugs such as Claritin and Sudafed, lead to FDA restriction through the...
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    • 7 Many synthetic routes can manufacture methamphetamine as shown in Figure 1 (Inoue, 2008). Two common synthesis routes are from 1-phenyl-2-propanone or P2P, which yields racemic methamphetamine, followed by either the leuckart or reductive...
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    • 8 Study Hypothesis Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine are commonly detected as one of the organic impurities in seized methamphetamine. In 2006, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) restricted the sale of over-the-counter medicines containing...
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    • THE WEB 240 d. Recognizes the cultural, physical, or other context within which the information was created and understands the impact of context on interpreting the information 3. The information literate student synthesizes main ideas to...
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    • 50 References The National Association for Bilingual Education. (n.d.). Challenges and promising practices in early childhood and family literacy education. Retrieved October 12, 2010,...
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    • No pirates no princesses 32 psychological meaning of naïve descriptions of personal experiences provided by individuals from all walks of life in situations that are easily recognizable as belonging to everyday life‖ (p. 4). He contends that...
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    • 38 Damasio, A.R. (1999). The feeling of what happens. Chapter 2: Emotion and feeling (pp. 35-81). New York: Harcourt Brace. Eccles, J. (1984). Perceptions, motivation, and learning. Contemporary Psychology, 29(4), 280-281. Eccles, J., Moses, L., &...
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    • 20 Due to the complex nature of summaries, some students may require a paragraph frame. The paragraph frame consists of three to four sentences containing blanks for students to fill in with their newly acquired information. Students are initially...
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    • 66 Fang, Z. (2008). Going beyond the Fab Five: Helping students cope with the unique linguistic challenges of expository reading in intermediate grades. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 51(6), 476-482. Gajria, M., Jitendra, A. K., Sood, S.,...
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    • 19 one of the major quotes for their position changed many educators’ minds about teaching grammar at all. They responded by claiming that they “performed carefully and methodically” when they analyzed five studies for their synthesis on the link...
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    • 31 10. Progress may involve new kinds of errors as students try to apply new writing skills. 11. Grammar instruction should be included during various phases of writing. 12. More research is needed on effective ways of teaching grammar to...
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    • Flipping in Communication 9 construct new ideas or concepts based upon their current or past knowledge” (Brandon & All, 2010, p 90). There are two branches of cognitive constructivism that are most relevant when discussing active learning. First is...
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    • Flipping in Communication 10 an academic subject” (p 3). Prince (2004) describes active learning to be “introducing activities into the traditional lecture and promoting student engagement” (p 225). In the traditional lecture format students...
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    • Gifted and Talented Males and Reading Fluency 21 Passow, A. H. (2004). The nature of giftedness and talent. In R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), Definitions and conceptions of giftedness (pp.1-11). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Pikulski, J. J., & Chard,...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 38 Interactions among child care, maternal education, and family literacy environments. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 13(3), 501-521. Common Core State Standards Initiative (2015). Development Process....

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