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    • 2 future academic failure. Reaching out to reluctant readers and instilling the desire to experience reading as a form of pleasure and enjoyment is the constant quest of the classroom teacher. While no two reluctant readers are exactly alike, one...
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    • 65 In the associate closet, find the bucket of duct tape rolls and set out on main table. For this activity, you will need lots of duct tape and scissors. Have each guest start with one design for wallet exterior. Pull off approximately 8 inches of...
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    • 3 14% of White adults (Fry, 2010). As a result of the increased legislation and awareness to the achievement gap, Yearly ProgressPro™, a progress-monitoring instrument, is being implemented to help close it. This computer-administered program...
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    • CWSW 20 to for management to be the holders of all wisdom but rather allows for more individuals to participate in decision making processes throughout the organization. In short this theory is another tool for Theory Y managers to help motivate...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 39 Chapter Summary In conclusion this chapter presents the study finding revealed by the teacher survey. The findings of this study were organized in reference to the research questions and themes that...
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    • U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Acknowledgments Several people deserve special thanks for helping and encouraging me to complete this thesis. First, to Dr. Matthew Barton, my thesis chair, thank you for guiding me in the whole writing process,...
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    • 11 second, transcendence, or helping others achieve their potential (Tay & Diener, 2011). These three needs have been added to Maslow’s earlier five needs and are used today in education when considering the holistic student. What Others Think of...
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    • 5 She now teaches fifth grade at Eagle Elementary, and has had the privilege of being an instrumental faculty member at a school which has twice been named “Title One School of The Year” as well as a “Blue Ribbon School” of national acclaim. While...
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    • CEBR FEE INCREASE 71 http://ntl.bts.gov/DOCS/trans.html http://ntl.bts.gov/DOCS/FHWA.html US Army Corps of Engineers Everglades Outreach Plan http://www.evergladesplan.org/pm/progr_outreach_plan.cfm Advisory Council on Historic Preservation...
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    • Commitment iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I am deeply grateful for the support and assistance I have received from so many people during this lengthy undertaking. I believe that it is the culmination of the efforts of many that have made this thesis a...
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    • 4 students will also be those who show high aptitude in other academic areas involving problem-solving abilities. Problem-centered instruction: This method of teaching mathematics involves a teacher helping students discover, conjecture, test, and...
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    • CWSW 23 give the job seeker a foot in the door long before the company decides to hire or even post the job in an online job bank. There are two zones in which the novice job seeker needs to stand out. Success in the first zone will gain them...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 9 Two companies may be similar, and offer the same products or services, but that does not mean that they are the same (Yoon, Gutchess, Feinberg, & Polk, 2006). The misinterpretation of a particular service can convince...
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    • Emotions in Conflict iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS There are a number of people who have assisted me throughout this endeavor. I am truly grateful for their help, and for all the support given to me in writing this thesis. Dr. Brian Heuett, my advisor, has...
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    • 29 CHAPTER 4 Results Overview of this Chapter In this chapter, data from eighth grade classes comprising of 4,558 students in eleven different schools, in a single district provides a look at the effectiveness of an AES program in helping students...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 11 also to help secure an orderly and appropriate flow of patients for other medical staff to assist (Hughes, 1989). In many cases, the gatekeeping responsibilities may lead to a certain power-struggle between patients and...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 10 they knew would produce an immediate noticeable difference, so the customer would begin to have confidence in the product or service (Rush, 2013). A number of researchers have found that individuals often turn to...
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    • 8 The final student group affected by similar obstacles includes the many students with learning disabilities who require individual attention and additional accommodations to improve reading and writing skills. Thus, it can be discouraging for a...

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