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    • /my_timeline-demo/config/initializers/devise.rb # ==> Configuration 199 for :token_authenticatable 200 # Defines name of the authentication token params key 201 # config.token_authentication_key = :auth_token 202 203 # ==> Scopes configuration 204...
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    • 1 3 development of spelling content, and word study can effectively teach spelling in this manner. But, he warned about the different caveats that happen when teaching with this method. The first argument is that spelling is in theory “caught” not...
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    • 1 4 4. What are some important points to remember about teaching spelling? The key points addressed are spelling must be taught, it must be individualized to meet the needs of the students and it must be taught across the curriculum. Teachers...
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    • 1 6 many forms of assessments with their program. There are diagnostic tests, formative and summative tests and measurements to allow for progress monitoring (Gentry, 2012). If mastery is not met, these tests inform the teacher of where re-teaching...
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    • 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Educators have debated the value of homework since 1890 when Dr. Joseph Rice demonstrated that spelling homework was futile for increasing later ability (Gill & Schlossman, 2004). Despite the debate, homework continues to...
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    • 1.5 seconds off their time. Students at School A were on average able to perform one more curl-up and push-up each than students at School B. Figure 3. Total Minutes Spent in Exercise per Week by Students at School B. As part of the STEP Express...
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    • ! 10! drives, and essay contests. Black lists the consequences of competition, framing her argument with Kohn’s arguments: Competition does not motivate students to do their best; Competition does not build students’ character or self-esteem;...
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    • 121 Learning with Sty{e Learning Style VerballLinguistic: Mathematical/logistical VIsual/Spatial Ii Bodily/Kinesthetic Musical/Rhythmic A Interpersonal Inlrapersonal Strategies READ notes. SEE the words as you SAY the text out loud. HEAR your study...
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    • 17 of how Purcell-Gates (1995) provided reading intervention for Donny in exchange for documentation and careful examination of literacy development through the social and cultural perspectives of a family from the “white underclass, a minority...
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    • 19 Many researchers have written lists enumerating what beneficial homework looks like, but the qualifiers can become daunting. One way of identifying beneficial assignments could be to compare them with examples of poor homework. Bennett and...
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    • 2 6 Chapter 3 - Methodology The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of the use of Words Their Way as a spelling program with Zaner-Bloser’s spelling basal Spelling Connections, in order to identify which method of teaching spelling is...
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    • 2 8 setting and all students in the class participated. Progress was monitored and improvements in spelling were recorded at three points in the study. The Elementary Spelling Inventory was administered at the beginning of the study, in the middle...
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    • 23 they’ve lost hope of being able to accomplish the task and improve their declining grade (Pope, 2010; Wilson et al., 2010). Vatterott (2009) lists multiple ways for teachers to explicitly explain to their students the purpose of the homework...
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    • 24 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. complete all requirements for graduation, and must be app~oved by; (a) the professor in charge of the major subject; (b) the dean of the school in which the major work is done. 11. The candidate...
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    • 24 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. complete all requirements for graduation, and must be approved by; (a) the professor in charge of the major subject; (b) the dean of the school in which the major work is done. 11. The candidate...
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    • 24 information about each sport at the school, but for elements such as, accurate rosters, I needed to wait until each team held tryouts. For this reason, I began putting in many of the elements form the previous seasons, and soon found that the...
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    • 26 After each Likert item on both surveys, respondents were allowed and given space to elaborate on their attitude independent of additional prompts. Responses were recorded though no emerging themes could be established. The next items on the...
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    • 26 DMSION OF AGRICULTURE I-ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE The student must have successfully passed with average grade of "C" or better, 40 hours of work in Agricultural Sciences, including (but not limited to any one) the fields of animal science, plant...
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    • 31 10. Progress may involve new kinds of errors as students try to apply new writing skills. 11. Grammar instruction should be included during various phases of writing. 12. More research is needed on effective ways of teaching grammar to...
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    • 32 CoLLEGE oF Sou THERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S . A. C. The following are the minimum requirements for graduation: 1. Remove any deficiencies that may exist in the entrance requirements. 2. Complete 96 quarter hours of work. 3. Maintain at least a "C"...

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