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    • "By the later part of October 1879, the Sreater part of the pilgrims that were to make up the company booked for the San Juan Mission were on wheels headed for the Colorado River at a point east of the Escalante Desert. There were only a few in...
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    • 10 Another important contributing factor to the success or failure of a student is the level of involvement parents provide in the home. Even as children transition through the middle school ages “Parents continue to be an important source of...
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    • 10 Community Service Act provided grants and vouchers for students involved in civic engagement for education and worthwhile efforts. The 1995 Annual Conference of the American Association of Higher Education re-dedicated leaders to the “engaged...
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    • 10 for poor school outcomes, not only because of language issues, but also because of socioeconomic issues (Goldenberg, 2008). Most Hispanic Americans are characterized as having low levels of educational success and high rates of poverty, and this...
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    • 11 today require some college education, and the needs for efficient literary skills are increasing in the fast-growing job market (National Governor’s Association, 2005). The research suggests that even adolescents are struggling with simple...
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    • 13 Mattos, & Weber, 2009, p. 28). Fuchs, Mock, Morgan, and Young (2003) prefer standard protocol because “everyone knows what to implement, and it is easier to train practitioners to conduct an intervention correctly and to assess the accuracy of...
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    • 16 The most probable obstacle facing many unmotivated readers is a lack of self-confidence. “Whether told by others that they are not as good a reader as their older siblings or whether they have developed the attitude from peers that reading is...
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    • 2 4 knowledge of words. The test is administered like a typical spelling test, the words ordered by their level of difficulty. After students have taken the test, teachers use the spelling feature guide to score the test. This feature guide scores...
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    • 20 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING carried out in the 2009-­‐2010 school year. The results were overwhelmingly successful, and not just for the students being served. This program provided the missing link that is helping to make the exception the...
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    • 21 counterparts (NAEP, 2011). RTI gives educators the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse learners to help all students find success in learning to read. Another group of students who would benefit from the focused and individualized nature of...
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    • 22 Concerns for the Success of RTI Understanding and integration of scientific research is a requirement for good instruction using the RTI format. For this reason, it is imperative teachers not only have strong background in research but also have...
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    • 24 Perceptions of Teachers Concerning RTI In their study, Greenfield et al. (2010) found that teachers in their first year of school-wide RTI implementation used progress monitoring more strategically and became more confident in using the data...
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    • 24 Some Parents Have the Will but Lack the Ability to Help Their Children in Mathematics Many parents of today’s children were involved in a much different math curriculum than what their children face now (Harris & Goodall, 2008)....
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    • 26 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Adapting quizzes and exams. Teachers may find it necessary to record classes for disabled students with weak reading or writing skills in order to allow them to study using auditory techniques (Perles, 2010). Another...
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    • 26 SOUTHERN BRANCH GERMAN. MR. MABEY. German 1. ELEMENTARY COURSE. The object of the first year's work is to familiarize the student with German construction so far as to enable him to read easy German text without difficulty....
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    • 27 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. trict schools. Through laboratory work, dissecting, microscopic examinations, and drawing, the student is made familiar with the lower forms of animal life, and obtains an insight into their relation to the higher forms...
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    • 29 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. commercial paper found in the general routine of business are used. Three hours per week throughout the year. Stenography. A course in the Gregg system of shorthand. The system is adapted perfectly to the hand,...
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    • 30 SOUTHERN BRANCH Commercial Law. This course embraces a study of the laws governing the transaction of business in the world of commerce, including a knowledge of contracts, agency, partnership, corporations, business paper, liens,...

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