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    • Contributed much to the social life of school . . . . high scholastic standing . . . . boast a dozen or so charming per-sonalities . . . . talent distributed throughout entire class . . . . headed by President, Austin Jones; Vice President,...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 11 implementation of incentives, some cooperation of the consumer is required. So the need for specific water efficient behavior is crucial in finding water savings. Individual and Collective...
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    • 53 perspective of what constitutes a “quality” discourse than teachers do, students were asked to define “quality” participation, analyzed the responses for themes, and used their definition as the basis for measuring “quality” throughout the...
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    • 2 Opponents say it “diminishes the role of teachers and warps students’ notions of good writing” (Grimes, & Warschauer, 2010). The Conference on College Composition and Communication stated: Writing-to-a-machine violates the essentially social...
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    • vi Acknowledgments First, I would like to thank my husband, Rich, and my children for encouraging and putting up with me through all of my schooling—my ESL endorsement, teaching certificate, reading endorsement, and finally, my master’s degree....
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    • 24 used, only the three positive controls produced results for microsatellite analysis. Since qPCR indicated the presence of double stranded DNA in aDNA samples, amplification may not have occurred during PCR thus preventing the indication of...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 30 This portion of the discussion is geared to only the focus group. The survey did not poll in how they received information on water conservation. Most of the focus group participants had heard...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 12 the website to more appropriately fit this content analysis. The magazines that were analyzed were issues between January 2010 and December 2011. This research hoped to find themes and connections (or lack thereof) between the types...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 13 Literature Review This chapter focuses on research relating to National Geographic magazines, visual processes and narratives. The first part of this chapter will summarize research on National Geographic magazines and how they have...
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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 33 Conclusion The results of study one identified self-efficacy with a strong correlation to the behavioral intention of water conserving behavior. Therefore, understanding what influences...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 17 Increasing evidence has been shown that viewers are more likely to remember the way a story is shown in images than the way a story is written in words (Newton, 2009). People who consider themselves as visual learners are more...
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    • THE WEB 8 online learning is that clear, constant communication is essential. Distance learners can feel disconnected from their programs and instructors because of the physical distance between themselves and those with whom they are interacting....
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    • Gifted and Talented Males and Reading Fluency 1 A Study: Gifted and Talented Males and Reading Fluency Chapter I: Introduction The National Center for Education Statistics (1993) reported that 93% of all students aged five to nineteen in America...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 3 FranklinCovey Company. By not being funded by FranklinCovey and by targeting student perceptions, this study contributed to the field of character education and to the current literature about TLIM...
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    • ECCENTRIC TRAINING ON JUMP PERFORMANCE 19 during the preparatory phase significantly enhances jump performance. For this reason, eccentric-only training may significantly improve jump performance. Eccentric-only training may improve the quantity of...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 29 315). These skills also included employing varied approaches, seeking novel strategies when old ones fail, putting forth more effort to accomplish a task, persisting longer, and experiencing decreased stress...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 9 There were multiple delimitations of this study. There were 26 participants between 12 and 18 years of age. The participants were male and female athletes of various sports containing a wide range of...
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    • wanted, we had to t u r n the bolt by hand to satisfy our immediate wants, until additional machinery was added. On November l s t , Henry Lunt was the first man to be called of a company of men detailed to go in mid November to settle the Little...
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    • 34 “1. Writing Strategies, which involves teaching students strategies for planning, revising, and editing their compositions 2. Summarization, which involves explicitly and systematically teaching students how to summarize texts. 3. Collaborative...

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