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    • 16 now sold by Questar Assessment, Inc., and claims to measure the process of reading comprehension and to track students’ reading levels ("Degrees of reading," 2011). The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (2011) put...
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    • 172 Chapter 9 Adobe Dreamweaver and add the content that you need for each page. You do not have to use the same template for all the pages but you should strive for some degree of consistency so your web site is easier to navi-gate. Also remember...
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    • 19 This information advocates the idea that AES systems are most beneficial to lower-level or general education students. The most surprising thing about this finding is that it is close. It would be expected that the lowest students would get the...
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    • 23 CHAPTER 3 Methodology The purpose of this study was to identify what types of physical activity breaks prove most effective for refocusing first-­‐grade students on to academic work. Furthermore, this study identified if recess, classroom energ...
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    • 32 Duty 0M 2F 0M 6F 2M 1F 3M 1F 1M 0F Self 0 0 3M 1F 2M 6F 1M 4F Others 0 0 3M 0F 3M 7F 0M 4F Community Social issues Useful Liked them Other (please specify) 1M 0F 0 0 0 0 1M 1F 3M 0F 0 0 0 3M 2F 2M 2F 2M 1F 1M 0F 0 1M 5F 0M 2F 4M 4F 4M 5F 0 0M...
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    • 38 had to work through the RTI model. She did not believe RTI could diagnose, but the explicit teaching and repetition of the interventions helped some students become successful readers. Table 2 Respondent Answers Related to RTI Framework Question...
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    • 4 students should partake in physical activity breaks. This study has attempted to identify which type of physical activity is most beneficial for increasing attentiveness and engagement in learning for first-­‐graders. Additional questions that a...
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    • 46 necessary to include in the outline. Because of this the outline was long and three of the evaluators commented that it would be difficult to cover this amount of material in a single school year. The detail which facilitated clarity made the...
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    • 49 not meant to be followed at the expense of the students. I will adjust each year to best meet the needs to the individual students in each class. I am excited to continue to work on this outline and modify it so it will be acceptable for future...
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    • 57 supportive. Forty-two percent described the educator’s attitudes as interested in school gardens. The remaining thirty-three percent was represented with more than one answer. Twelve percent reported educator’s attitudes ranging from...
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    • 6 education that will allow that vision to become reality (National Committee on Science Education Standards and Assessment; National Research Council, 1996, p. 23). The standards described in this book are broad and overarching, giving each state...
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    • 67 18. Describe the professional development that has been offered to help you understand and implement data collection in the RTI process. 19. How would you describe scientific research-based instruction? 20. Does the data collected through...
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    • 9 Frustration with math and the poor attitude that follows can severely damper a student’s ability to succeed in the present and future. A negative attitude towards math is one of the biggest hurdles that educators must overcome before any real...
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    • A group of fellows who stroll around wearing a blue sweater with a large "Ag." on the front represent the Ag. Club. This club sponsors the traditional Harvest Ball and this year the occasion was on November 10. Vilda Bowman '45 representative,...
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    • AGRICOLfl STAFF RODNEY PALMER Business Manager MARGARET LEIGH Art DARLENE CLINE High School AUSTIN JONES High School KIETH KELLY College Classes BETH SARGENT College Classes On these pages we have attempted to depict the mere highlights of...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 12 understanding and comprehension in three areas: providing a rationale that permits us to distinguish the different types of statements used in self-defense, that apologia is not a speech, but rather a...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 16 strategies, only then did he succeed in repairing his image. This conclusion can be utilized in the analysis of the present study, as image repair is a primary purpose or reasoning behind choosing...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 26 Representatives. During his speech, Houston utilized various apologetic strategies including mortification, bolstering and minimization. While Houston was still reprimanded for his actions, his image was...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 38 Chapter 4: Results John Edwards In responding to accusations of having an extramarital affair, John Edwards’ utilized the following apologetic strategies: denial, mortification, corrective action and...

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