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    • mcbooki311p229: "Grandpa's Diary"

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • "GRANDPA'S DIARY" (Note: The Author of This Diary Is Unknown) Sun., March 13, 1859 Went to lower Beaver Valley in company with Isaac Grundy, Tarlton Lewis, William Barton and John Blackburn, our object being to find a location for a settlement near...
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    • 'Distinguisftea Service J'lwartf Ca[ Carter Cal Carter has built what began as a rather modest home construction business into a significant southern Utah enterprise, and he has earned the respect of the building industry along the way. After...
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    • 'Distinguislie.d Service .9Lward Jack Carter Jack Carter has been involved in a wide variety of local community affairs activities ranging from youth sports programs to serving as an elected city official. Those activities have been spread over a...
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    • -1- Approximately twenty- six years ago an outstanding fraternity on this campus, Gamma Psi, sponsored an assembly to honor those students who had helped to make SUSC a better place. Since that time, the school has taken over the responsibility,...
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    • -1- Approximately twenty-six years ago an outstanding fraternity on t his campus, Gamma Psi, sponsored an assembly to honor those students who had helped to make SUSC a better place. Since that time, the school has taken over the responsibility,...
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    • . /!. Chloris Bowman, Mrs. Whetten, Beth Prestwich, Vodis Fidel The Women's Athletic Association took an active part in furnishing a year of fun and excitement to all who participated in the intramural program. Because the male sex was rather...
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    • !10 decided at 2:55 p.m. Trying to adapt to the wants of the Chinese was difficult because, at times, they did not even know what they wanted, and when they did, often that would change an hour later too. While this aspect certainly proved...
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    • 100 the statement, “Math is hard for me even when I study” and after the real-life math activities involving the bodily/kinesthetic learning style disagreed strongly. Females were neutral but changed slightly after the activities (see Figure 4.18)....
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 101 and literary analysis—because they wanted a challenge. These two thought-provoking pieces, one where they were required to connect a random topic to a prewritten thesis statement and the other that required careful, analytical thought that went...
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    • 102 High School are females? The boys also disagreed with the statement but not as strongly (see Figure 4.31). Depending on the different types of activity the students were working on determined the different learning styles they used. After the...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 102 Interestingly enough, most participants originally valued teacher and peer feedback; ultimately, however, fewer expected teachers to provide all the feedback necessary for revision (a decrease by 6%), and by the end of the semester more...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 103 they did all that was expected, most admitted to doing just enough or less: “I believe the teacher expected more from everyone,” and “Less because I am still struggling, and it’s not my teacher’s fault, its mine. I have not been trying to work...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 107 antecedent section); the students’ astonishment was reflected in a typical response: “[It was surprising] that the second time I [took] it my score improved so much even though we didn’t necessarily study for this test in particular. Just...
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    • 11 interviewer would then ask for clarifying details. The interviews provided valuable information about who dropped out and what would help those that were on the fence about whether or not to quit school. Christensen and Thurlow (2004) reported...

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