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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 25 Chapter 3: Proposed Research Method PR Sample The sample for this research included 30 PR boutiques that specialize in brand and product development in the health, beauty, fashion, and consumer product industries. These can...
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    • July 17, 1897; Elton Lunt Jones, born Jan. 22, 1901 ; and Preston Lunt Jones, born Mar. 6, 1904. Kumen's Journal includes this statement about Thomas Jed: ".4s a child he started out with a happy disposition, and with a rather mechanical turn, and...
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    • 15 post-secondary goals. It is difficult to find documentation regarding students who are considered at-risk. At-risk students tend to have parents who are not vested in their child’s future and/or may not know how to positively influence decisions...
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    • 8 Vocabulary Breadth and Depth According to Wallace (2007), English-only (EO) students know basic words that usually never require instruction; these are known as Tier 1 words. Educators need to make sure that ELLs know these words and understand...
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    • 11 instruction makes use of meaningful repetition, effective instruction increases the depth of students’ vocabulary knowledge, effective instruction fosters independence” (p. 77-79). Reading Programs and Interventions Involving ELLs While...
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    • 28 own, had issues in their daily lives that sometimes prevented them from achieving. Unfortunately, some students come to school with many sad circumstances and issues that children their age should not have to deal with. I see this time and time...
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    • 12 (2007) attempted to help second grade students assimilate the new information they learned by utilizing Talking Drawings. In this study, students were asked to draw a picture of the topic prior to the lesson. Many of the drawings depicted...
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    • EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AFFECTS EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE, HAPPINESS, AND JOB SATISFACTION 16 likely to achieve and sustain key results with both an appropriate performance management system and a positive approach to influencing people that...
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    • 8 have problems. This includes issues of booking, housekeeping, and local attractions that are not technically part of our responsibility in activities. However, in order to best please our guests, it is imperative that we work closely with other...
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    • 9 GSS data. This way, customer service becomes a priority and will hopefully improve property rankings in the next year of data collection. Future Business. Positive customer recommendations are necessary in order for our property to continue to...
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    • 10 improved system that allowed the resort to maintain and develop its resources to improve future functions rather than continually programming activities that were of little or no interest to guests. I created a training binder of Summit Watch...
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    • 14 their interest like our weekly magic show, weekend carnival, Harry Potter party, and Kids Night In; a program that provides kids with dinner and a movie in our activity center for the evening. These events give the parents a break from looking...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 10 theories constitute, or make, an experience of communication. Theories communicate about communication” (p. 8). Communication Theory is typically a foundation class for Communication majors at both undergraduate and...
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    • 71 Appendix B Retell Rubric used for Scoring Student Retells Comprehension Guide for Expository Text (Assessing Literal Level Comprehension on an Instructional Level Text) Student: _________________________________________________ Date:...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 3 Abstract This project pursues a sixteen lesson plan unit for teaching Greek mythology to secondary English students. The project focuses on how technology impacts student interest and motivation, as well as...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 18 It will be necessary to develop designs that easily translate to either platform by keeping relevant design elements in mind, including color, page layout/size, and interaction. For this reason, the colors will be limited...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 21  Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) Theory (Pearce & Cronen, 1980) (Pearce, 2005): CMM Theory suggests that we use communication to create and participate in social reality. We establish symbolic “meanings” in...
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    • 3 person is limited in learning opportunities and lacks the skills necessary to create communication beyond what he or she hears. Now, as an English teacher, this teacher-researcher wonders how much grammar to teach each year. The current Utah...

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