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    • yearbook1917i048: Missionary Class

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Missionary Class. The Missionary Course was organized January 30, 1917, as a winter course and was completed in eight weeks. The course was under the instruction of Brother Reinhard Maeser and Gerrit de Jong, Jr.; the former gave the daily class...
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    • 6 now live in. Students not only need to learn reading and writing they also need to learn how to use today’s technology, cultures, and be able to think diversely. Our world is more connected internationally than it has ever been before and...
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    • 4 be helpful in determining how small-group instruction is administered but may not be beneficial for whole-class instruction. Definition of Terms Definitions of terms pertinent to this study include: • Learning Disability- A discrepancy between...
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    • 3 phenomenon known as math anxiety (Zietner, Yetkiner & Thompson, 2010). In a destructive cycle, math anxiety then gives rise more failure, translating into very real deficiencies when performance is assessed (Thaler, Kazemi & Wood, 2010)....
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    • 2 apply to English. For example, the cases require adjectives to agree with their antecedents in the singular, dual, and plural forms. In a Slovene grammar book, it says, “The selection and use of cases in Slovene is determined by the function 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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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 76 was outrageous.” Another concurred, “Training with Covey was extremely expensive and I’m not sure we couldn’t have done the same thing by reading the books!”1 Additionally, one adult complained about the...
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    • 74 REFERENCES Bal'sevich, V. K. (2005). Physical education in the schools. Russian Educational and Society, 47(2), 82-91. Catelli, L. C. (n.d.). (2011). The bottom of the ninth: Girls, physical education, and literature. Informally published...
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    • 5 Chapter 2 Literature Review Researching on the best approach for teaching elementary students mathematics, with the use of interactive whiteboards, one must, look at how mathematics with the use of interactive whiteboards has evolved. In this...
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    • 3 1. With explicit instruction, did students’ comprehension of expository text improve? 2. Which instructional strategy was most effective in teaching expository text to primary grade students with disabilities? This study offers further insight...
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    • 2 teach concepts of geometry to two resource math classes and examined the effects of such implementation on students in the cognitive and affective domains. Background, Significance, Purpose Statement, and Study Setting Recently, there has been...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction After learning to read, speak, and write a second language (Slovene), this teacher-researcher was amazed by how much better she understood the grammar of her native tongue. She attributes this discovery to the fact that she...
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    • 2 ensures each level of student feels safe, happy and successful at their ability level. Differentiated instruction in a whole-group setting does not have to add to the burdens of a regular classroom. Rather, it can bring fun and excitement to...
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    • 74 Appendix E Graphic Organizers used for Instruction of Expository Text Vocabulary Text Features Text Structure Multiple Methods
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    • 73 and the bottom of the scale is equally important. All students are taken into consideration when decisions about activities are made and lessons developed. I did this research to become a better teacher. I believe the day a teacher stops...
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    • 72 with the hope that they might find something that fits their interests and abilities, allowing them to remain active throughout adulthood. Conclusion I have taught at the same middle school for the past twenty three years and literally loved...
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    • 71 stating that we have a society that has evolved into a sedentary one. And as educators, I feel it is our responsibility to adjust and teach students the importance of fitness, that it can be enjoyable, and that there are an infinite amount of...
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    • 70 Chapter 6 Reflection I have taught special education for seventeen years. When I began to teach physical education, I found that some of my students did not share my love for fitness. When I was middle school age, I loved every day that I was...
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    • 69 physical fitness was presented and enjoyed. The implications of this research showed that if physical educators utilized differentiated instruction strategies and adjust old age attitudes and grading styles students will respond positively....

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