The assembly, under the direction of Anna Leigh, went over as big or
perhaps bigger than any other assembly this year, all because every student
who took part cooperated.
Hamblin Leigh and Carmen Croft as the Executive Council...
SIGMA CHI RHO
Sigma Chi Rho was established at hte B. fl. C. in 1934 and have since held
KEITH KELLY EASTON SAMPSON FREDDIE BANKS
LEO CAHOUN CARL ASHBY
ELLWOOD STEPHENS HOMER STEPHENSON DEAN SARGENT
HOWARD FOSTER BILL MANNING
with insigna attached and nifty overseas caps. In fact, they have added
On these pages we have attempted to depict the mere highlights of...
High Grade Stuff
Smile Pretty That's Better
joying this huge black kettle full of delicious stew down at Zion, the Fresh-man
Class members were getting acquainted on an old-fashioned hay ride
Rodney Palmer was named the most outstanding college student. Besides
being the student body president of the B. A. C. he is a member or partici-pates
in nearly every activity on the campus. Rodney is a member of the Phi
The College Prom was a climax of the social season.
The Inter-School Debates for the Bush medal were enjoyed more by the
student body than were the debates on the "Arbitration Board," the...
Your Druggist - - -
One of the bulwarks of this great
country has been the home-owned
Druggist. His contribution to his com-munity
in emergencies, local taxes
and public spiritedness has never
been fully appreciated by the aver-age
person, who, as...
Cedar City can be proud of the two most modern
and up-to-date Theatres in the State of Utah - - -
Avail yourself of every opportunity to relax and enjoy yourself
There's a good show tonight at the
THORLEY or PARKS THEATRE
In the heart of Utah's...
Cedar City, Utah
SandwicK Shop & Cafe
Breakfast - Lunch
Special attention given to
Student Parties and
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school connection and the HLEs of these students are just some of the reasons for these
remarkable academic achievements.
This study did not collect data from any schools other than Dixie Sun Elementary. It
focused on ELLs in the...
Home-literacy environment (HLE): The literacy experiences in the home in which a
child participates and observes before formal reading and writing instruction. It also refers to the
continued literacy experiences a child is exposed to at...
discovery that emerged from this qualitative study were the differences in the amounts of literacy
activities that took place per hour. For example, even though these families were all from low-
SES backgrounds, researchers categorized them into...
One of the co-authors of Treasures is Dr. Jana Echevarria, a professor of educational psychology
who specializes in bilingual education and is an expert in teaching ELLs. Echevarria (2005)
stated, “In order to tailor instruction appropriately,...
that curriculum standards are taught and students are prepared for end-of-level tests, such as the
CRTs. However, if educators recognize that another priority of teaching should be to learn about
the HLEs, home communities, and the cultural...
Home Visit Comparison Chart
High-Literate ELL Home Visits Low-Literate ELL Home Visits
All families were nuclear. There were more single-parent families than
At least one parent spoke both English and
boyfriend lives with the family in the home. Maria has two little sisters that she helps tend.
Maria’s real dad lives in Texas and was very abusive to Maria’s mom in the past. Maria’s
maternal grandma lives in St. George and Maria’s mom...
are working. The children speak Spanish to their parents, and both English and Spanish to each
other. While the interview is conducted in Spanish with the mom, she mentioned that she is
learning English from her children and likes to practice...
home. Both high and low ELLs received homework help from family members on a regular
basis, which included parents, cousins, aunts, and grandparents. These averages were based on a
5-point scale: never = 1, rarely = 2, sometimes = 3, most of the...
Which Family Members Read to You?
Grandparent Brother Sister Aunt/Uncle Cousin Other
High ELL 25% 13% 25% 13% 13%
Low ELL 13% 13% 25% 38%
In Table 5, the percentages of literacy activities in the home from the parents’ perspective