Palmer, William R., 1877-1960; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Petroglyphs;
Inscriptions found west of Utah Lake near Moseda. Typed on reverse side: "At top Turkey Gobbler Deer with hide pegged out on ground to represent 'Buckskin'. Loom, with warp and woof showing and Basket in the making--radial arms laid."
William R. Palmer
How The Eagle Became Bald-headed
It sometimes happened in the long ago that some living thing went bad and became a source of trouble to all the others. Sometimes they wrought so much sorrow and...
It's Dorothy and Mary up
to their old tricks.
Lots of love—Mel.
Take it easy kid.
Don't be a pick up, Helen.
Don't believe it, Lloyd.
She tells that to all the
The making of the "Agri-cola."
Roy L. Halverson, Director
Our Band and Orchestra have been outstandingly active this year. They have
added spirit and enthusiasm to our student body functions, ball games and assemblies.
If it is true that music is the universal language...
SALT LAKE ENGRAVING COMPANY
158 Regent Street
Salt Lake City
IN OUR NEW BUILDING
aer \Jne Koor
Now, more than ever before, this is headquarters for
school and college annuals.
In our new, modern, daylight plant, with an enlarged...
The Grand Master of the
Sees that the stew is
distributed to all teachers
and students on the trip.
The Diligent Dipper-Upper
Has the honor of dip-pin'
up the stew for each
person, as much as any-one
The Guardian of the...
who have ably assisted Sumner in making the year an outstanding year at
the B.fl.C. for the Seniors.
With the cooperation of the class, a school flag was made and presented
to the school by the Seniors.
SHIRLEY GRAFF AUSTIN JONES ORLENE...
say that educators “should understand that linguistic barriers, diverse social practices, and a
multiplicity of assumptions, beliefs, and perceptions contribute to difficult discourse” (p. 353).
Therefore, linking academic learning...
considered more popular modes of receiving printed messages. If educators understand this
multimedia culture, and how students in the digital era interpret messages, they can use this
knowledge to build on students’ current interests and...
One of the co-authors of Treasures is Dr. Jana Echevarria, a professor of educational psychology
who specializes in bilingual education and is an expert in teaching ELLs. Echevarria (2005)
stated, “In order to tailor instruction appropriately,...
and a mix of English and Spanish to their parents. Alma’s mom recognizes the value of acquiring
two languages and has learned English through her children. She has also learned English
through her job and finds it an asset to speak English...
STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 34
As human beings we are trained to understand the world around us by the use of language (Foss & Littlejohn, 2011). The use of language creates a structure for interpretation of information and gives us a...
STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 87
One of the things that make this area special for the Fundamentalist Mormons who live there is their belief that after Jesus Christ’s resurrection, he visited the American continent and its inhabitants in a land called...
Parents who have negative experiences in school, and/or a lack of education maintain
attitudes and beliefs that are very hard to overcome for the classroom teacher.
The way in which parents feel about schools and the emotional connections...
Axelrod, M., Zhe, E., Haugen, K., & Klein, J. (2009). Self-management of on-task
homework behavior: A promising strategy for adolescents with attention and
behavior problems. Retrieved Oct. 13, 2010,...
Employee Giving 4
This project and its success would not have been possible without several individuals: Stuart Jones for making the employee giving campaign an important part of the larger campaign at SUU and allowing me...
I would like to thank Dr. James McCoy, my thesis advisor for making this experience a
positive journey. Thanks to the committee members, Dr. Thomas Cunningham, Dr. Prent Klag,
and Professor Ray Brooks, for taking their time to...
Complexities in Learning to Read
Learning to read is a complex and unnatural process. As Lyon (1998) starts by
explaining, “although spoken language is seamless, the beginning reader must detect the seams
in speech, unglue the sounds from one...