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    • THE WEB 91 Writing for the Web 31 described; the reader will not confuse it with possibly being about teaching, educational, volunteer, or computer experience. So, what can you use instead of “click here”? Clear, specific, and...
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    • 6 practice. This method of spelling instruction was used, as previously stated, because spelling was thought of as disorganized—if students could use the words in their reading and writing, they would magically pick up on the spelling of the...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 5 Radio's competition on the Internet is providing more options, which are becoming easier to access with Internet-based audio entertainment (Goldstein, 2013). Before the Internet, radio was the primary source...
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    • catalog because they had students who were enrolled in this degree. I am continually explaining that some changes are not executed once they have received approval from the Deans’ Council. Changes that are considered more substantive often need...
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    • Objectives Lists of general and specific goals were created for the internship experience. The general goals were as follows:  Develop a better understanding and capability for working in an organization.  Apply and test advertising, event...
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    • 73 13. What types of reading materials do you have in the home? (Circle all that apply) Magazines Church literature Newspapers Books Other (specify) 14. How many books would you say you have in your home? 10 or less 11-50 51-100 101-150 151-200...
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    • 68 Appendix C Parent and Student Surveys in English and Spanish Parent Survey Purpose: Ms. Berglund would like to improve her teaching practices by connecting and relating to literacy experiences in the home and community. Please fill out this...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 66 References Ardener, E. (1975). The “problem” revisited. In S. Ardener (Ed.), Perceiving women (pp. 19-27). London: Malaby Press. Ardener, S. (1978). Defining females. New York: Wiley. Becca. (2011, May 2). Barefoot and...
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    • 4 Chapter 2 - Literature Review Because of the overbearing weight of NCLB, it seems that spelling has been pushed aside and not valued as much as reading and math. Spelling has also been lost to the use of computers and spell checkers. Spelling...
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    • Running Head: EVENT INTERNSHIP PROSPECTUS 68 Appendix E. Cycling & Running Business Lists Cycling Businesses American Fork/Lehi/Pleasant Grove  Bike Barn 201 E. State St., Lehi, UT 84043, (801) 768-0660 bikebarn@hotmail.com  Bike Peddler 24...
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    • 63 In summary, the QRI test covers all of the components of reading comprehension as outlined in the researcher’s definition. The validity of this test is highly confirmed by the researcher’s observations and the participants’ opinions of the...
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    • 62 administer other portions of the test. The lists measure how well a student can decode and recognize words, another aspect of reading comprehension. Although the QRI does not have a specific section for measuring prosody, the third factor of...
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    • 61 The two students in group L that scored below a 9th grade level are both reading books that are also below a 9th grade level (5.3 and 5.5), which shows they are comfortable with reading books that match more closely to their scores from the DRP...
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    • 55  There are multiple options in administering the test according to the administrators discretion and student needs. The QRI test does not recommend using all of them at once. These options are important since there are many facets of reading...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 59 dimensional’ and the two most prevalent stories did correlate. The text discussed geologists who have researched the effects of pollution and how our environment has been affected, not only in the past but the potential effects in...
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    • 50 Teacher ID Was additional time made available for you to implement learned skills/tools? P1 Yes P2 No P3 PLC time only P4 PLC time only P5 No P6 Yes P7 Yes P8 No P9 PLC time only Teacher ID Have you implemented skills and knowledge learned at...
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    • Byron and I discussed any pressing matters we needed to deal with for the SATW dinner. The one thing we do not have finalized is the centerpieces. I know Wendy from Bloomer’s is supposed to have something done for us by April 5, but I did not...
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    • Henry worked in the store with the idea of saving his earnings, not to be a merchant, but to travel to America to be with other Mormons. Jeter Clinton was in charge of organizing the 402 Saints who boarded the ship Argo. They left England Jan. 10,...
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    • 42 selection on the high school level, 18% of the participants were independent, 32% were instructional, and 45% were frustrated. Even though the same percentage scored on the instructional level for both types of selections, the results varied in...

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