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    • HIGH SCHOOL 'T^HE mere mentioning of the term "High School" brings trooping to my mind a host of re-minisences. Some of my memories send thrills of pleasure coursing through my body; some send chills of displeasure. The pleasurable sensations far...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 40 that the action of each boy perfectly mimics one another. Without understanding the meaning behind the action, each action could be construed as identical, but by understanding the “thick description” an observer clearly...
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    • THE WEB 171 Presentation 111 􀀜􁰀􀀡􂄀􀀤􂐀􀀤􂐀􀀲􃈀􀀥􂔀􀀳􃌀􀀳􃌀􀀞􁹕 Used for marking up a physi􀀍􀵣 cal (e.g., mailing) address 􀀮􂸀􀁏􄼀􀁔􅐀...
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    • THE WEB 244 a. Participates in electronic discussions following accepted practices (e.g. "Netiquette") b. Uses approved passwords and other forms of ID for access to information resources c. Complies with institutional policies on access to...
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    • 14 their literacy skills and providing effective instruction. Lesaux (2006) points out that, currently, there is a lack of standardized ELL assessment measures that can show a direct correlation between studies. There are researcher-developed...
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    • 17 improve ELLs’ literacy achievement. Small-group leveled instruction provided an opportune setting for these students to be able to access prior knowledge, make connections with text and their own lives, and increase overall comprehension and...
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    • U.S. Embassy 12 and [deleted] from 2008. The source for both? The Special Secretariat for Women! Oh, and by the way, if you go to the Special Secretariat's own reference page—which has a big map of the states and where if you click on each of...
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    • U.S. Embassy 30 Metaphor…unites reason and imagination. Reason, at the very least, involves categorization, entailment, and inference. Imagination, in one of its many aspects, involves seeing one kind of thing in terms of another kind of...
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    • TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT ............................................................................................................................ iii CURRICULUM CHANGE MANUAL...
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    • Table of Contents Introduction Purpose .................................................................................................................................................. 1 For the User...
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    • Undergraduate Curriculum Filling out the paperwork ............................................................................................................... 14 Steps of...
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    • Section Five – Level 5 Program Changes What constitutes a Level 5 Program Change? ...................................................................................... 33 What levels of approval does a Level 5 Program Change need?...
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    • Section One – Level 1 Curriculum Changes What Constitutes a Level 1 Curriculum Change? 􀂄􈑌 Level 1 Curriculum Changes refer to the first section of changes, marked by the goldenrod background, found in the Curriculum & Program Change Quick...
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    • Section Two – Level 2 Curriculum Changes What Constitutes a Level 2 Curriculum Change? 􀂄􈑌 Level 2 Curriculum Changes refer to the second section of changes, marked by the orange background, found in the Curriculum & Program Change Quick...
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    • Permission to Use Letter and Request From: Joyce Fowler To: Lance Jackson Date: 8/18/2008 2:16 PM Subject: RE: Permission to use request Hello Lance, thank you for your request. This constitutes the addendum to...
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    • P a g e | 27 CHAPTER 4 Random Chosen Communication Theory Review and Ubuntu A good place to begin is the definition of theory by Denis Mcquail: This general proposition, itself based on observation that logically argues the relationship between...
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    • P a g e | 51 man behind, and hence, they require new laws. These basic laws of reason and morality, ―define(s) the humanity of humans‖ (Rüsen, 2009). He further argues that the development of culture by humans is contrary to the natural man....
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    • 11 One of those that focus on primarily on scoring is Project Essay Grader (PEG). This was the program developed by Ellis Page in the 60’s. PEG uses sample essays to generate its basis for what makes up a “good essay” given the topic. The...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 26 because sophomores who are not used to being in a class with a senior may feel less likely to self-disclose because of their perceived competence in communication. Therefore, it is important to...

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