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    • Aug. 6 , 1894.. . I t was resolved that Water Tax for 1894 be 500 per lot for irrigation and $1.00 per family for culinary purposes. Oct. 1, 1894.. .The Mayor stated that George Wood and the Cedar Sheep Association had generously offered money and...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 62 Bass, M. (1960). Leadership, psychology and organizational behavior. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Beatty, M. (1988). Physiological assessment. In J.A. Daly & J.C. McCroskey (Eds.). Avoiding communication:...
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    • “ ‘My Hamlet can beat up your Hamlet’ is not it”- Philosophies and Practices of Theatre Teachers in an Academic Theatre Competition. A Thesis submitted to Southern Utah University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 56 severed, and that potential communication is cut off because the DJ is not there to pick up the phone. The connection from the listener to the radio station front desk is still viable; “They call us about a...
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    • Abstract This study explored academic theatre competition and the philosophies of secondary teachers who participate in them. Alfie Kohn’s definitive critique of competition served as the initial framework juxtaposed against the prevalent use of...
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    • ! ii! List of Figures Figure 1: Shield’s business application of the true definition of competition………..….19 Figure 2: Theatre Competition participation and number of years of participation…..…27 Figure 3: Teacher participation as a...
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    • ! 1! Chapter 1 Introduction Context of the Problem Alfie Kohn’s book, No Contest: The Case against Competition, has served as the definitive critique against competition in education. Kohn posits that competition is the reason schools are in...
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    • ! 2! a focus on “selecting pieces to win and not for the good of theatre” (Criman. 2015). The Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) and Southern Utah University have sponsored a Shakespeare Competition since 1977 that hosts over 2,800 students annually...
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    • ! 3! these events as effective educational tools. Purpose Statement The purpose of this study is to identify and evaluate the philosophies and practices of effective teachers in developing positive learning cultures while preparing for and...
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    • ! 4! 9-Do teachers perceive that their students have a positive experience at a theatre competition? 10- What are the negative behaviors associated with competition in a theatre setting? 11-What are the positive behaviors associated with...
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    • ! 6! Chapter 2 Literature Review Secondary theatre teachers participate in theatre festivals and competitions annually. These contests can be positive and negative experiences depending on the student, teacher, performance and perception. In...
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    • ! 7! theatre pieces for these events. They include strategies in casting, selecting scripts and coaching actors (Southern Theatre, 2003). These contests provide actors, directors, designers and playwrights numerous opportunities. As an example of...
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    • 34 destinations or attractions. For example, one of the most common images associated with Austria is the film The Sound of Music. Respondents also mentioned many items related to Austria‘s culture and history: old buildings, castles, villages,...
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    • ! 20! Matt Richtel, writer for the New York Times, shared competing views on competition in his column. He cites an American Psychological Association publication, the Psychological Bulletin, which compares hundreds of research papers on the...
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    • ! 21! what we undertake and (3) feel autonomous in our actions. The researchers specify that autonomy doesn’t necessarily mean independence, an athlete can allow a coach to make decisions for them but the athlete chooses to follow those choices....
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    • a g r e e d , t h e State had accepted bids with no overpasses in t h e bid. " Injunction declined. Oct. 19. 1967.. .A new weapon in t h e law enforcement arsenal is on t h e market. I t i s 'Gentle Persuade' o r chemical 'Mace.' One was o r d e r...
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    • ! 23! Chapter 3 Methodology Statement of Purpose The purpose of this study is to identify the philosophies and practices of teachers in developing positive learning cultures while preparing and participating in secondary theatre competitions. The...
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    • ! 24! 12-What are the specific practices of high school theatre programs as they prepare and participate in a theatre competition? 13-What teaching philosophy do teachers have as they participate in a theatre competition? 14-What is the perceived...
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    • ! 27! Chapter 4 Results To identify the effective practices of teachers in developing positive learning opportunities within a competitive environment it was necessary to learn about the teachers’ perceptions of theatre competition, the perceived...

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