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    • 12 (2007) attempted to help second grade students assimilate the new information they learned by utilizing Talking Drawings. In this study, students were asked to draw a picture of the topic prior to the lesson. Many of the drawings depicted...
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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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    • 17 distraction. Bates concluded that this is exactly what is wrong with student dress code policies. The policies do not focus on learning environments, they focus on women’s bodies. The term “appropriate dress” is hard to define. Bates (2015)...
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    • 17 THE UNITED STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT beyond this point. Legal positivism states that morality and law are two separate entities and should be treated as such (United States, 1949). In the case of the Major War Crimes Trials,...
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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 code policies or school uniforms do seem to have a positive impact on academic achievement. However, this review did not discover any studies that attempted to identify if those modest gains were due to the physically safe environment or the...
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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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    • 20 2007). Researchers point out that initially students were only asked to understand the literal meaning of stories and text, and certainly that is one goal of comprehension. However, evidence has shown that true comprehension involves interaction...
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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 energize...
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    • !23 Method As stated above, I utilized Communication Accommodation Theory for the research component of my Master’s project. Initially, I had proposed that my main source of interactions be students from Hunan Normal University; however, once...
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    • 24 with the students and see where their break-down of understand was occurring, nor would she try to figure out what she needed to change so that students could understood what she was teaching. As the time progressed and students became...
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    • 25 if she were teaching them on an 8th grade level, which she is not, her negativity is stopping anything good from happening in the classroom” (Brockbank & Whitney, "Personal Struggles for Students", 2016). Her university professor spent a lot of...
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    • 31 Student value In addition to determining the effectiveness of the student dress code policy or the onus of responsibility for the policy, this survey attempted to ascertain whether the students felt like there is a place for the dress code...
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    • 31 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA which researchers are interested in, including informants’ attitudes and experiences (Morgan & Spanish, 1984). Thirty interviews were scheduled in a month according to participants’ requirements, so initial data...
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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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    • 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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    • 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 aros...
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    • 42 didn’t feel confident enough to use them. Unfortunately, only a few students attempted to use the new sentence patterns in their own writing. The majority did not grasp the basic idea behind the sentence patterns or the reason why they were...

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