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    • to control the Church. The political success of the Liberal party at this time gave strength to its efforts to secure more adverse legislation for Utah. The Cullom Bill was proposed in pursuance of the wishes ofthe anti-Monnons. If passed, it would...
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    • 131 compared with previous research travel motives for respondents of this study are similar to those surveyed for Macao (McCartney et al., 2008). Such motives as relaxing physically and mentally and experiencing a new culture were determined to be...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 83 According to web-log comments, a more proactive approach is needed. Patients need to do their own research and be prepared with specific questions for their doctors, so that they can receive specific answers to...
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    • 137 study might be more effective if it were to be distributed to a broader, more generalizable population. Distributing it among more diverse population samples, such as neighboring countries of Austria, will provide richer research data and...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 50 Table 28 Frequency Distribution of Client Satisfaction with Firm’s Ability to Answer Questions Question: When you had a question for Tobler & Associates, how satisfied were you in their ability to answer your...
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    • 8 produce a poorly written paper and still achieve high test scores if they use qualities the AES system has (sometimes bewilderingly) identified as good writing. In essence, to write a bad essay and get a good score, the student would have...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 14 Fluency In mathematics, the ability of students to understand content instruction is greatly influenced by language fluency. This is due to specific mathematical vocabulary and terms students need to be familiar...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 62 Additionally, there was a comment advocating more frequent communication with clients. For a full list of employee comments, please see Appendix F. Discussion Overall, the findings from this survey were very positive and...
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    • 89! more of a team effort rather than just one or two kids working by themselves. That way more kids get the experience of prepping a piece for competition, and more kids feel a part of the whole experience. And they feel more like a team rather...
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    • 22 role in the implementation of AES systems. Teacher, however, have the ultimate responsibility to determine if an AES program in is the best interest of the students. Teacher Role in MyAccess! Program The teacher is meant to play a valuable role in...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 20 Employing the use of a graphic designer, these visual aids will be created using original imagery developed in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. The aids will be structured to fit a standard 8.5” by 11” sized...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 3 Because emotions and conflict are interdependent, it is believed that people avoid conflict in attempt to escape its accompanying emotions. Researchers Bodtker & Jameson (2001) believe that in order to manage conflict more...
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    • 1988 1989 WON BY IANCH AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 1907- WON BY BRANCH AGRICULJUR, Lillian Bunker, AL'MCS L, Jack I ostcr, Anna Leign. Mcn/ics Macfarlane, l',il-.\, Grant ll.-llu-rs, Riiy B. VX'cst. .lack I Vic. \a Hunter, Ar.lolli McKniulil. BACIAN...
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    • Symphony Orchestra . . . conducted by Mr. Halverson, an outstanding symphony concert was presented to an appreciative student body . . . achieved recognition as part o! the great Zion llaster Pageant . . . a cultural asset to the College...
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    • 18 measured as the ability to understand narrative and expository text, shown in a national sample of students (Campbell, Voelkl, & Donahue, 1997). At all three ages studied (9,13, and 17 years), the more highly engaged readers showed higher...
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    • 18 the success of instruction and educational programs. If districts, schools, and educators are to successfully close the achievement gap they must implement effective interventions. Strategies that have been helpful in closing the achievement gap...
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    • 19 moved to the next unit, while those who have not achieved it are provided with modified instruction. This evaluation strategy is especially important for at-risk students. Good teachers recognize the importance of assessing students over time to...
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    • 22 Furthermore, Marinak and Gambrill have suggested that books as rewards for increased reading are a gratifying, successful reward for students. Specifically, when offering extrinsic rewards for reading, books are less undermining to intrinsic...

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