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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 203 It's a buzzword for a reason because it's true. Local content is key. I don't listen to XM Sirius radio because they're not many personalities that are talking about what I'm doing with in my life and...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 209 Tim Nesmith November 14, 2013 Marketing Consultant, Program Director Cherry Creek Radio Cedar City, UT 1. What is radio's future? I think radio's future is going to have to look to its past and its history...
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    • CWSW 26 By understanding the Systems Theory novice job seekers can align better with management’s goals. Systems theory allows the job seeker to see potential threats and challenges that may exist in the organization. It should better help the...
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    • 16 way the district is addressing the hunger problem in the district. Food is not the only need students go without. Another need in my school district that I was not aware of until recently is homelessness. Often times, these needs come together....
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 213 27. In the past a radio station had a dedicated news director; not so much anymore. Has this affected the information that a radio station delivers? (And) 29. Does that also affect a listener's perception...
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    • 19 As educators knowing that nature alone does not determine a student’s ability should give us hope for students who have, in the past, been left behind because of their inherited abilities. Students with disease, poor eye sight, poor hearing,...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 32 Hammonds own intentions toward the park- it is strictly viewed as an amusement park, if an advanced one. This theme is particularly interesting in the context of the book, as it calls back to the original argument Crichton...
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    • No pirates no princesses 130 E: You do what you can, you control what you can in your own environment. I left the door open, you know, Amy could talk to me about anything and I tried her whole life to answer her as honestly as possible for whatever...
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    • 79 Before activity, set up ball holder and bring bucket of balls to front desk. Have participants sit at main activity table and surrounding areas. Shut down Activities Center if needed (no video games, air hockey, etc.; signs for center closures...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 219 owners and companies who are real radio people. But the fact of the matter is, when you have that many radio stations, it becomes quite a big business. And you have to be aware of that bottom line, and...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 226 to get your AM/FN plugged into the new technology, you've missed the boat, that's a big challenge. Today accountability is everything. With the Internet they can tell whether you're listing, how long, who...
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    • 34 and use core standards for reading literature and reading informational text. As the unit progresses formative assessments will be given and analyzed to see if the attempts to break down barriers for the experimental group is showing better...
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    • 35 been researched that teachers can use to try to break down these barriers. Part of the analysis plan for this question is to read students’ autobiography responses to the new ideas after they have been introduced and tried. I believe their...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 90 show a, if not the, bigger picture” (p. 9). As such, the research questions are given final attention in turn below. RQ1 What was the path for interpreters prior to organized institutions for deaf...
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    • 47 experimental group was sixty-five percent proficient, but the control group was only forty-nine percent proficient. While the statistics showed learning was greater when the above listed accommodations were employed, they do not show a great...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 40 Table 4 Explanation of Scoring for Prompt 4: Explain why you chose the sizes that you used. 2 points 1 points 0 point Descriptors Student indicates that the sizes corresponds to the meaning and offers a reason...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 26 turn elsewhere. “The hobby cannot give the complete sense of growth, the sense of striving towards a meaningful goal, that can be found in one’s life work” (Herzberg, Mausner and Snyderman, 1959, p. 130). Asked in 2006 about the...
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    • 52 Limitations of the Study As with all research, there were limitations to this study. One such limitation was the number of students involved in the study. I only teach two seventh-grade classes, so I was limited to one class as the experimental...

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