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    • Testimonial videos 20 (1981) also emphasized the importance of strong arguments, “when the arguments presented in a message are inconclusive, the recipients’ thoughts are guided more by their preexisting attitudes than by the content of the...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 27 feel comfortable and in control. Innumerable projects and lesson plans emerge as a result of allowing students to take advantage of this prevalent genre. Divaricating Opinions on the Most Effective Teaching...
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    • Intro to the Internet 11 and Web Page Design of black and white television screens came into use. These displays were available in black and white, green and later even amber became com-mon. It was thought that green and amber were easier on the...
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    • 12 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web Referring to Figure 1.5, If only the red pixels are illuminated, the screen will show red in that area, the same is true for the blue and green. If no pix-els are illuminated, the color is black and if all are...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 19 Many decisions need to be made when planning professional development. One of the most important decisions involves the content and intended outcome of the professional learning opportunity. A series...
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    • 16 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design Introduction Many web designers, including both the novice and experienced, create web con-tent that ignores principles of good design. Their pages may contain busy colored backgrounds, a multitude of animated...
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    • Intro to the Internet 19 and Web Page Design on the Internet that facilitate tracking of visitors. It usually involves including some special codes that are provided by the tracking company in your web pages. Each time the site is visited;...
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    • 67 18. Describe the professional development that has been offered to help you understand and implement data collection in the RTI process. 19. How would you describe scientific research-based instruction? 20. Does the data collected through...
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    • Intro to the Internet 23 and Web Page Design factors of aesthetics, usability and functional-ity. The usability philosophy represents the ease of finding and processing information. In other words, this philosophy attempts to make a web site...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 14 students, who are accustomed to communicating briefly and spontaneously via instant messenger, e-mail or text message” (p. 33). Based on this information, it is important to understand how to incorporate visual and...
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    • 26 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design The following checklist can help you to evalu-ate the quality and effectiveness of your own (or any) web site. 1. Is there a notable consistency in the site? In other words do all the pages appear to be...
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    • Intro to the Internet 27 and Web Page Design Make sure the text is large enough to be easily seen. Avoid the use of reverses (light colored text on dark backgrounds) especially for body text. If you include sound files, make sure the page will be...
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    • 28 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design personal information and other applicable regu-lations. The content must be attractive and dy-namic to gain and hold their attention. Language and images used must be age appropriate, etc. With your data...
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    • Intro to the Internet 31 and Web Page Design Although the information presented in this chap-ter may at first seem overwhelming, given time and experience, it will become second nature to you. You will not use every concept or idea in every design;...
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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH. ing, designing, cutting and making muslin underwear, an unlined shirt waist and an unlined cotton dress. Two hours per week during the second half-year. Household Economics. The work in Household Economics treats of...
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    • THE WEB 16 containing competencies from many collaborators across the field of web design. The framework is based on six developmental areas (WaSP InterACT, 2012): Foundations, Front-end Development, Design, User Science, Server-side Development...
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    • 36 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations Introduction Designing for the web in the Communica-tion Graphics class (or any other class at SUU) requires us to use the facilities provided by Southern Utah University. These facilities and resources include...
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    • 42 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations Figure 3.13 Not all image types will display in a web browser’s window. We limit the image types that will work to ones that utilize image com-pression. This enables us to make the files as small as possible...

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