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    • 1906, page 27

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    • 27 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. General Chemistry. An elementary course in General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis. The theories and principles of chemistry are treated in detail in connection with the study of the non-metallic elements. The...
    • 1907, page 28

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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH PHYSICAL SCIENCE. MR. FOSTER. Elementary Physics. Recitations and laboratory work. The recitations are accompanied by numerous lecture-table experiments, which fully illustrate the subject matter of the lesson. 2...
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    • "By the later part of October 1879, the Sreater part of the pilgrims that were to make up the company booked for the San Juan Mission were on wheels headed for the Colorado River at a point east of the Escalante Desert. There were only a few in...
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    • rock had to he heated by fires in order to break it more easily. Dirt and other material had to he carried to cover the rock that couldn't be hroken. Pretty soon Mr. Parry told Henry he thought he would sooner walk. Henry thought that was pretty...
    • Socotwa text: page 012

    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • The day ahead was to be rather long, and spiced only by one stop at a previously unexplored canyon. But we were told of many landmarks and points of interest to keep our eyes on as we drifted down the River of No Return. This particular aspect of...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 78 So many variables and emotions are involved in each relationship that without each person sacrificing, the relationships do not mesh well. No matter how easy or hard the transition is to add another woman to the family, the...
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    • 3 shown to help teachers rectify the lack of parental involvement in a student’s math education. Background, Significance, and Purpose Statement, and Study Setting There has been a large amount of research done studying the importance of parental...
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    • 47 somewhat disappointing discovery was that even when the researcher was actively involved in providing additional daily support, the students’ scores, as a whole, increased minimally. From this disappointing discovery, the researcher came to...
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    • 48 and returned homework assignments almost every day. This finding agreed with the research in that “The empirical evidence shows that parental engagement is one of the key factors in securing higher student achievement and school improvement”...
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    • 11 common in evidence due to degradation or even contamination, such as from other DNA or inhibitors. The more loci that can be detected allow for much more discrimination between individuals and thus simpler for identification among those...
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    • 56 Consideration of Time and Numbers Involved in Interventions Besides noting a lack of focus on pinpointing and adjusting Tier 2 intervention to meet specific needs of individuals, teachers in this study identified approximately 30 percent...
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    • 57 and student learning. As Hall (2008) points out, “a major impediment to full implementation of RTI occurs when teachers have the data but don’t know how to analyze them” (p. 5). Hall (2008) goes on to add, “Far too often schools that...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS A log of events was kept to document student, teacher, and parent trainings. Dates of trainings as well as topics covered were recorded. Teacher and parent responses recorded with surveys at the end of trainings drove...
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    • Smith (2008) discussed the importance of reaching the target audience to inform them about the event. In the case of the SATW dinner, there was a captive audience. The travel writers were already coming for the convention, so most would attend the...
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    • 44 Chapter 5 Discussion This chapter will discuss the results gathered from the SETHL program that was completed at James Madison Elementary in Ogden, Utah. Specifically, the points that will be discussed are the problem that led to the library...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 16 that existing tools do not include all students in group formation, and create problems by leaving students who go unassigned to a group. The current study will seek to fill this need during group formation...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 23 domains, which are areas that allow an individual to break down the way other individual‟s processes, imagine, think or feel about, or behave toward the world and happenings around them. Lazarus named...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 27 Wobber, Hare, Koler-Matznick, Wrangham, & Tomasello, 2009; Adachi, 2009). Though this study will focus on individuals in small groups, it is valuable to note the extent of the research focused on cognitive...

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