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    • 102 Appendix D Activity Tracking Spreadsheet Activity Participant Tracking –2014 Activity PD 1 PD 2 PD 3 PD 4 PD 5 PD 6 PD 8 Adult Lap Swim 2 6 9 0 37 34 21 Afternoon Hike 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 Air Hockey Tournament 4 10 12 13 5 32 16 Are You Smarter Than...
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    • 103 Glass Chip Magnets 4 4 3 2 0 14 0 Golfing at Crater Springs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Half Day Mountain Biking 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hand Treatments 0 4 2 0 20 19 14 Harry Potter Party 13 4 22 30 11 48 38 Hot Tub Blackjack 0 0 0 0 0 9 8 How Well Do You Know Your...
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    • 22 role in the implementation of AES systems. Teacher, however, have the ultimate responsibility to determine if an AES program in is the best interest of the students. Teacher Role in MyAccess! Program The teacher is meant to play a valuable role in...
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    • ! 45! participating in theatre; 3) students experience undue levels of stress when competing; 4) the intrinsic reward is replaced by external rewards. The highest ranked disadvantage was that the intrinsic motivation is replaced by external reward...
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    • 49 psychologists. School Psychology Review, 15, 358-374. Devaney, L. . (2009). Rti: not just for special education. Eschool News, Retrieved from http://www.eschoolnews.com/2009/04/16/rti-not-just-for-special-education/?ast=49 Edmunds, R. (1979)....
    • 1911, page 51

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    • 51 Practice is given in the various hand stitches; in machine sewing; in the use and care of machines; the drafting of simple patterns and the use of bought patterns. The appropriate and economic use of materials is discussed. Each student makes...
    • 1912, page 56

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    • 56 pervision of the instructor. Each student must fit and finish a one-piece gown. Six hours. Two credits. Domestic Art III. Needlework. This course covers the practice in such stitches as chain, outline, satin, eyelet, french knots,...
    • 1912, page 57

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    • 57 Two recitations and one laboratory period each week. Three hours credit. First Term. Breed Types. This course covers the history, characteristics of the differnt breeeds of horses, cattle, sheep, and swine. The student will...
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    • ! 58! prepared for future growth. "To deny students the opportunity to deal with "losing" or "winning gracefully" while in the safety net we call education, under the care of a compassionate and invested teacher... THAT would be a sad state...
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    • 59 At the completion of their session, help guests into van and drive them to Heber Valley Milk at 920 River Road in Midway. Give guests time to shop and eat before loading up the van to return to Summit Watch. Drop guests off at round about and...
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    • 77 How Well Do You Know Your Family? Each participant will need: 1 piece of printer paper, 1 pen for each participant How Well Do You Know Your Family Questions (found in V drive) Seat all participants at main table and give each a pen and paper....
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    • 78 *V:\Summit Watch\Activities\Activity Staff\Activity Printouts Guests will return for judging at appointed time. Judges made up of activities staff and any volunteers not participating in the activity will be issued score cards by which to judge...
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    • 87! 1 - Remind potential participants that the world wants and needs them - collectively ("You inspire audiences to feel/think/be their best selves!") and individually ("Nobody demonstrates the beauty of being shamelessly inquisitive and complex...
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    • 89! more of a team effort rather than just one or two kids working by themselves. That way more kids get the experience of prepping a piece for competition, and more kids feel a part of the whole experience. And they feel more like a team rather...
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    • 90! 1. Give them individual coaching time as we discuss what they think their weaknesses are. 2. to listen carefully and take in what people say without letting their critiques sway our performance 3. practice to all types of people 4. practice in...
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    • ! 93! we will be, what the day looks like, how the process works. What the judging sheets look like. What they will be judged in/on. What is a "winner" at the competition. 1st 2nd, 3rd, versus sweepstakes. 2-Have them pick a piece them self to...
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    • \ViII be the last high school class to graduate from B. A. C quite a cute Lunch of greenling kids . . . . sweet and untarnished . . . . managed to have annual class party . . . . interested in such things as stock judging, athletics, dramatics,...
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    • A $ Club The Stock Show sponsored and conducted by the Ag. Club was a great success. Over 100 head of sheep and several classes of horses were shown. H student stock judging contest was held in conjunction with the show. The annual Harvest Ball was...

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