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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 22 As more trade and technical schools embrace online learning and distance education, they will need to offer an online student orientation equivalent to explain their support services and advisement offerings. The online...
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    • 51 Appendix A Consent Letter to Teachers May 10, 2011 Dear Teachers, You are invited to take part in a research study about the academic progression of kindergarten students in mathematics and language arts. I am a kindergarten teacher and a...
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    • 52 Appendix B Kindergarten Teacher Questionnaire Kindergarten Teachers’ Beliefs About Students’ Academic Progression 1. What is your gender? Male Female 2. What is your race? White African-American Hispanic Asian Native American Pacific-Islander 3....
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    • 46 Appendix A Consent Form Sept. 26, 2012 Dear Parents, Your child is being invited to take part in a research study about using teaching strategies that involve movement, known as kinesthetic strategies, to teach geometry. Our class of...
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    • 53 6. Please rate the group that you think makes the most academic progression throughout the year: (1 being the most, 3 being the least) ___________ Below-grade level ___________ On-grade level ___________ Above-grade level
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction Context of the Problem English learners (ELs) are students who are learning English as a new language. This can be either as a second language or an additional language. They do so while living in the United States or other...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 2 in class. Testing of ELs has made it clear that those students have just as much potential as the students who are being taught in their native language. They have learned the new language well enough to be...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 3 Some good examples of this are receiving and processing information from a tour guide, receiving directions to a location, and receiving oral instructions in meetings or classrooms (A. Azucena, personal...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 32 • Theoi Greek Mythology: http://www.theoi.com/ • World Mythology http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/mythology/worldmap_new.html • World Mythology-Website Resource...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 5 Chapter 2 Literature Review When considering ways to help ELs reach higher levels of understanding and information processing during detailed oral instruction and problem solving in mathematics, a look at prior...
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    • 140 References Maddox, K. (2009). Forecasts show slow growth. B to B, 94(15), 8-1NULL. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Massie, Q. (2009). The Father of Scottish Tourism. The Spectator....
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    • 55 they perceive as being important—and do so in an engaging way. A mixture of in-class and online Socratic Seminars can diversify the communication modes so that all students can participate in a method that works for them, plus learn through...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 6 true problem lies in their lack of fluency, vocabulary knowledge, and understanding of instruction in English, which limit their ability to demonstrate their content knowledge (Xu & Drame, 2008). This is...
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    • 2 1 6. Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions, or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered) and that are basic to a...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 7 students especially need linguistic assistance. Even the students most fluent in the English language need some help to fully understand assessment instructions and questions. Unlike native English speaking...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 8 Ní Ríordáin and O’Donoghue (2009) stated that in math assessments, ELs, especially those who have a lower English proficiency, are facing challenges with reading the test questions, particularly when these...
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    • 58 modifications to assist the learner. Before making a referral, the teacher had the benefit of talking with other professionals, one of which being the special educator, to determine ways to enhance her own teaching and begin adapting and...
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    • Testimonial videos 31 References Altman, W. W. (2006). 5 years since the bubble burst: Has the internet changed the way business is done?. Engineering Management, 16(6), 42-43. Bandura, A. (1999). Social cognitive theory: An agentic perspective....
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 10 Adapting assessments to the specific needs of ELs is a very important issue that can influence their academic achievement significantly. To make assessment outcomes more accurate, the vocabulary and grammar of...

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