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    • Parowan's a n d Cedar's electric lighting systems were established about the same time, during the years of 1910. Parowan's system is owned and controlled by the City. I t i s now on a paying basis and is probably one of the most successful...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 22 “yang” opposing values. Every relationship has a different balance of the dialectics. There are multiple ways to manage the different relational dialectics to help us feel balanced.  Spiral of Silence Theory...
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    • CEDAR CITY: THE BUILDING OF A COMMUNITY ( D r . Arrington, L.D. S. Church Historian, delivered the following address at Cedar City, Utah during the 125th anniversary celebration, November, 1976.) The rich historical legacy left by Cedar City's...
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    • 2 develop problem solving strategies that can be applied to various situations throughout life (Fuson et al., 2000). Another study found that students who participated in problem solving instruction performed as well as, or better than, students...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 24 theory. For instance, the “Spiral of Silence” theory can be applied to politics (see “flag” symbol), interpersonal (see “people” symbol), and new media (see “computer” symbol). Below this box, viewers will find an...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 25 Narrative The previous section has attempted to discuss narratives and uncover their communicative qualities in visual form. This section will first focus on the narrative in its simplest meaning, as a story- a “spoken or written...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 206 That's a good question, radio is evolving. I think radio is not much different today than when it was as it was before consolidation. But I will say this, the fundamental definition has remained the same...
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    • 6 Chapter 2 Literature Review When attempting to close the academic achievement gap between English language learners (ELLs) and native English speakers, it is necessary to examine interventions that have proven effective. The researcher has...
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    • 5 Introduction To finish my master’s coursework, I decided to do a project for my capstone because of the hands-on nature that is associated with a project-based capstone. It has been a goal of mine throughout the master’s program to incorporate as...
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    • 20 is the firm belief that parental engagement makes a significant difference to educational outcomes and that parents have a key role to play in raising educational standards. In summary, the more engaged parents are in the education of their...
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    • 6 students lacking parental support (Hill and Taylor, 2004). Each of these groups presents different reasons for attitude changes and declines in mathematics self-efficacy. It is necessary to understand these characteristics as teachers plan...
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    • THE WEB 19 Assignments Each week there will be an assignment due the following week. These assignments include writing papers, developing code and working with web design tools. Course Blog Each week students will be required to write a blog post...
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    • 25 their primary language (L1) as well as their second language (L2). When children are able to read in both L1 and L2, they develop language skills in their L1, find it easier to read in English, and learn to read or improve reading skills in both...
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    • 7 perceive mathematics as a process of getting a solution and leave it in the classroom. This results in a lack of developing an understanding of the mathematics in the world around them as the complete daily activities such as shopping, choosing...
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    • 9 desired career and college readiness results. Some view this gap as an opportunity for teachers to maintain freedom to develop individual and creative lessons. In order to achieve success, though, a strong and concise understanding of what and...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 8 actualization and interpersonal effectiveness necessary for successfully managing both self and others, which is “central to the quality of family life, educational achievement, career success, psychological...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 7 CHAPTER 1 Introduction Ryan worked quickly on a paper collage in his fourth grade art class. He selected papers, cut shapes, and glued them onto a colorful background. When he finished and presented the project to his...
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    • 8 hope, and therefore little use in trying to learn. Lubinski (2009) found that low SES students tend to have lower confidence levels than do many of their peers. Students who aspire to attend college. Wilkins (2003) found that students who aspire...
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    • 11 Implications of Being a Reluctant Reader When a student is a reluctant reader in elementary school, they miss out on the benefits of the natural flow of reading progression. According to Louisa Moats (2009), “At second and third grade, students...
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    • 9 They hate to wait for the group and tend to get bored with the regular curriculum. They resist assignments that do not present opportunities for new learning and dislike drill, practice and routine so much that they will start to do inaccurate...

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