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    • 3. Proposed Catalog Description Addressing the following: • required limit of 40 words • style consistent within department/division/program • prerequisites, co-requisites, concurrent enrollment requirements • frequency of offering • enrollment...
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    • THE WEB 13 connect after conducting regular live video chats with their instructor, and the wide availability of video chat services makes this an easy way to help students succeed. Since online learners do not attend scheduled classes, online...
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    • o If no change is being made write “NO CHANGE” to indicate that there is not a change; do not just skip this box. o A sample Catalog Description is shown below. BIOL 3310 Cell and Molecular Biology (3) Study of structure and function of cells and...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 9 CHAPTER 2 Literature Review For the past 130 years educators have given children opportunities to view, learn about, and respond to works of visual art in school settings. All along the way theorists have debated the...
    • 1911, page 50

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    • 50 of the canning of fruits and the, cooking of vegetables, fruits, eggs, meats and batters; proper care of the kitchen and dining room and their furnishings; and the serving of a meal. One laboratory period and one lecture per week. Two...
    • 1904, page 28

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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH music, methods of teaching vocal music, elementary principles of voice culture, harmony, part-singing, etc. Two recitations per week throughout the year. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND ARTS. MISS EASTWOOD. Hand Sewing....
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    • CWSW 43 accepting supervision, but can also work well unsupervised. They can also respond satisfactorily to change. The problem is that sometimes our behavior is like those as described by McGregor’s Theory X. Sometimes we are lazy at work and...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 31 CHAPTER THREE Methodology The purpose of this study is to compare how different art viewing instructional methods influences children’s intentionality in the creation of their own artwork, as expressed in their written...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 32 placement of pieces of paper within the composition to abstractly represent each of the three sounds. Reflection questions. Upon completion of the project, all four groups wrote a reflection about their design process,...
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    • Policy # 6.8.2 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY Date Approved: 03/28/03 Policies and Procedures Date Amended: Page 5 of 7 SUBJECT: UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION – PROPOSING NEW CURRICULUM OR CURRICULUM CHANGES Appendix E V. Unit...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 33 Procedure After obtaining permission from the school district, principals, parents and participants, the researcher taught an art lesson to eight 4th grade classes at schools with similar demographics in Iron and...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 34 project. Upon completion of the project, students wrote about their intentionality by answering the reflection questions. Discussion treatment. The discussion treatment participants also looked at Kandinsky’s abstract...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 36 CHAPTER FOUR Results This study compares whether the method of introducing art history to children can increase the evidence of intentionality in their own artwork through an analysis of their writing. This chapter...
    • 1904, Nov 20

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    • Sun. Nov. 20, 1904: Ther. Warmer., Wea. Thin clds. Left Cedar about noon arrived at Lund 6-20 pm Lund to Nephi, Utah. 60) Monday 21: Ther. Cool., Wea. Thin clouds. Very smoky. arrived S.L. City 10 am. Staid with Brother Geo. A. Cole. 1145 E. 2nd...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 47 Table 7 Group No. of Participants Average Control Class 1: North Elementary 12 6 Class 2: Three Peaks Elementary 24 6.5 1 and 2 Combined 36 6.33 Lecture Class 3: Belknap Elementary 16 5.88 Class 4: Three Peaks...
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    • 7 Student of the Univ. of Calif. 1904; Student of the Los Angeles Business College, 1907-'08; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 48 Coding and Analysis After the writing samples were scored using the rubric, they were coded based on patterns found within the writing. Intentionality without explanation of design choices. Many students explained that...

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