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    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
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    • o Disagree o Strongly Disagree When I write on a computer, I know someone reads it. * o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree I text daily. * o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree I use social networking sites...
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    • Strongly Agree 209 43% Agree 142 29% Disagree 70 14% Strongly Disagree 65 13% I write better using the iPad. Strongly Agree 93 19% Agree 147 30% Disagree 164 34% Strongly Disagree 82 17% I think more clearly when I handwrite. 70
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    • Strongly Agree 118 24% Agree 174 36% Disagree 166 34% Strongly Disagree 28 6% I think more clearly when I type. Strongly Agree 109 22% Agree 216 44% Disagree 126 26% Strongly Disagree 35 7% Writing is boring. 71
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    • 17 of structure and organize it, they are better equipped to comprehend the information presented in the text (Moss, 2004) When presenting students with text passages, the passages should be selected with great care. The text needs to be well...
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    • 37 A second evaluation instrument used in this study was a retell rubric. This rubric was designed to rate the oral retellings of each participant (see Appendix B). The retellings were used to measure the participants’ ability to analyze,...
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    • 50 the second research question, “Which instructional strategy was most effective in teaching expository text to primary grade students with disabilities?” The data clearly illustrates the effectiveness of each strategy.
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    • 55 more difficult for the vocabulary groups than other groups, perhaps due to the participants not being able to identify clearly the most important vocabulary words in the text. During the post-assessments instead of choosing words that were...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 28 contained in a droplet or the whole mystery of life within the egg of a flea. For the symbols of mythology are not manufactured; they cannot be ordered, invented, or permanently suppressed. They are...
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    • 17 can help educators guide instruction for all of the students in their charge. Assessments should be useful, meaningful, informative, and educative. They must capture and communicate judgments about student work and show students how to be better...
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    • 27 Purpose of the Current Study Clearly, the achievement gap continues to be an issue of major concern in American education. As the legislative goal year of 2014 approaches, where 100% of all students must be proficient in literacy and...
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    • 7 approval. Zhang and Yang addressed the educational needs motivation for charter schools by hypothesizing that low performing school districts and districts experiencing rapid growth would be associated with a higher degree of charter school...
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    • 9 were “likely to overestimate the academic performance of their schools” (Saatcioglu et al, 2011, p. 433). It would make sense to assume that after making a choice, such parents are then satisfied with that choice. They surveyed parents in a...
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    • 18 Such is the case in many states: plenty of information, but information that, more often than not, simply leads to more questions. Charter schools can play a key role in parent choice and satisfaction, but only if parents can clearly understand...
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    • 23 Narrative responses were coded into themes; these responses were used to further support and more clearly define the survey findings. Both data sets were used together to substantiate attitudes and beliefs about the research problem.
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    • 28 visual representation of individual responses to each item on the SUCCESS Academy parent survey, as well as the response mean and standard deviation, can be found in Appendix E. The next data from the SUCCESS Academy parent survey to be analyzed...

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