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    • Incentives for Grad Students 23 Policy- The Bachelor of Arts degree is awarded with honors in three categories (cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum laude) to no more than 25 percent of the graduating class, with no more than 5 percent summa...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 24 average 3.50 to 3.69. Grade-point averages are based on a 4.0 scale. In addition to the notation in the commencement program, this recognition appears on the official transcript and diploma. The University Honors...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 80 Gonzales, A., & Hancock, J. (2009). Changing identity through self-presentation: The effect of new media on the self-perception process. Conference Papers -- International Communication Association, 1-22. Hancock, J. T.,...
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    • 12 opportunities. Compared to motivated classmates, reluctant readers surrender into the spiraling world of low exposure to text. The implications are grave. This lack of exposure to text and the lack of fruitful reading practice on the part of...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 18 Participants The study utilized 25 interview subjects. The most important element of sample size for a grounded theory approach is ensuring that saturation of themes is reached (Hays & Singh, 2012). As interviews progressed,...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 24 the receptionists hail from creates a breadth of understanding. As significant themes are illustrated through the remainder of this chapter, and as consistent themes are expounded, it is helpful to recognize that the...
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    • 23 books to read empowers and encourages them. It strengthens their self-confidence, rewards their interests, and promotes a positive attitude toward reading by valuing the reader and giving him or her a level of control. Readers without power to...
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    • 36 Chapter 3 Methodology Action Research Introduction The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore why secondary students have a difficult time with sentence structure and punctuation. For years these students have had instruction on how to...
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    • 45 Chapter 4 Results Introduction The purpose for this chapter is to disclose the answers to the questions that were formulated in previous chapters and discovered through implementation of new teaching strategies for sentence patterns. A brief...
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    • 5 CHAPTER 2 Literature Review Teaching science curriculum is a difficult task; one that is made even more difficult by the overwhelming breadth of information needed to succeed in understanding different science areas. With this difficulty in mind,...
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    • 71 the time to talk about books, let imaginations wander, and discuss literature “what ifs” with the project students. As an educator, this project has reminded me why I wanted to become a teacher in the first place—my love of books and my desire...
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    • 21 Organic chemistry is an important concept because it is the key to understanding many concepts related to biological science. The main field of research involving Organic chemistry is biochemical research. This field is leading the way in...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 113 were phrased in such a way that outlying responses (as opposed to more frequent occurrences) could be recognized as significant based on how they fit within the aggregate of thematic material. The potential limitation is...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 4 persuasively made the case that a communication failure is at least one of the basic sources underlying every organizational failure” (in Zaremba, 2006, p. 5). Statements such as those made above highlight the importance...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 2 Theoretical Perspective Self-Disclosure In order to understand this relationship within the religious classroom, a review of the literature is appropriate. Sidney M. Jourard (1971), one of the pioneer...
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    • ! 6! Chapter 2 Literature Review Secondary theatre teachers participate in theatre festivals and competitions annually. These contests can be positive and negative experiences depending on the student, teacher, performance and perception. In...
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    • 16 control over dependency-engendering resources” (p. 19). Individuals lack the capacity to control the resources available through the various media. The media itself has the ultimate control over the information an individual is seeking after in...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 4 of the sender. What affect this type of self-disclosure has on classroom communication remains to be seen. West and Turner (2007) specify two ways that self-disclosure can be illustrated. The first is...
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    • ! 7! theatre pieces for these events. They include strategies in casting, selecting scripts and coaching actors (Southern Theatre, 2003). These contests provide actors, directors, designers and playwrights numerous opportunities. As an example of...
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    • 17 lacked the wide breadth of resources that media has access to and has only had access to the narrow range of information resources shared within their peer groups. Social media has now liberated individuals to access a broader scope for...

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