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    • CITY HEARSE City parade in the 1930's The hearse was in use until 1923 Special session called to Jan. 12, 1912. .. ( City Minutes) present the matter of accepting and taking over the hearse presented to the City by Mrs. Katherine G . Bell. She...
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    • Nov. 19, 1936.. .Council discussed the matter of requiring the public to use the Safety Lanes across Main Street and punishing 'jaywalkers. ' Mayor Hunter reported that M r . Patterson of the State Liquor Commission had promised to close the Liquor...
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    • Writing with pen and pencil should not be completely forgotten. According to Snell: Writing with pen and paper felt appreciably different from typing. My mind would try to race ahead, but my pen could only go so fast. I ended up considering every...
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    • 9 require specific instruction that focuses on the specific skills needed to comprehend expository text (Fang, 2008). Teaching Comprehension Strategies In order to help students with learning disabilities comprehend expository text, it must be...
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    • 14 using scores to evaluate schools and teachers, and as a requirement for grade promotion, “can have a negative impact on student learning” (Henning, 2006, p. 729). Henning and his group of 24 teachers looked at four types of analyses that would...
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • Pea Pickers: Captain Marilyn (Plowg) Plowgian, 1157 Wilmington Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah, had the singular distinction of being the only female captain in our group, and she conducted her captainship with success: the Pea Pickers were the only...
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    • 39 taught. Next, they had assignments that allowed them to practice using the patterns during class activities; and finally, they wrote the same essay as before to see if the quality of their essays changed in structure and thought. A calculation...
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    • 56 Chapter 5 Discussion Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to discuss what was learned from the Literature Review in chapter two and compare it with what was discovered from the local findings of chapter four after students were taught...
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    • 60 needs to be presented in a fun, beautiful, and appetizing way in order for students to give their attention to it, sample it, enjoy it, reject it, and discuss it. Without experience to discuss the dish, or grammar, students cannot fully...
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    • 9 adversity in their lives are those that are at-risk for dropping-out or giving up on society in general. Identifying who is at-risk was a critical part of implementing any student interventions. Interventions Used With At-Risk Students In the...
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    • 13 purpose of the intervention was to allow the students to see the many opportunities available to them in the world if they continued their education. Pennsylvania instituted a program called Project S.H.A.R.E. This program had a 22% increase in...

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