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    • 18 material, oral and silent reading, monitoring, and wide and repeated reading (Reutzel & Cooter, 2007). Fluency is often measured by the number of words read per minute. There are many assessments to measure fluency, but one of the best known is...
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    • THE WEB 17 working knowledge of web technology and be familiar with production tools and techniques. The course will be administrated through an online teaching tool such as the “Blackboard” system typically found in institutions of higher...
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    • 8 school accountability was targeted. Since that time, national policies have relied on testing as the primary method for districts and states to reform teaching. The National Achievement Gap Students with limited English proficiency, ethnic...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 211 correct on that and I think there is a movement afoot for putting that connection back. Radio has reacted in times past. We were dead on arrival with television, that did not happen, we were dead with...
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    • 27 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this thesis project was to determine if sending home kindergarten reading homework through the SETHL would improve Hispanic kindergarten student scores on the DIBELS and MAP assessments and improve Hispanic...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 29 Clatterbuck’s CL7 measure of global uncertainty (Clatterbuck, 1979; Douglas, 1990). High scores represented greater uncertainty, whereas low scores indicated greater levels of attritional confidence...
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    • 31 toward reading by marking the picture that most closely depicted how they felt about reading. This quantitative assessment was designed to complement qualitative data in a way that was reliable, valid, and based on norms with a large-scale frame...
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    • 15 need to be developed so that they provide new ways to assess the non-cognitive skills that students need to succeed in college and in the workplace. Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) proposes that a growth-based evaluation be included into...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 33 Item 7 asked the participants to assess the speaking/typing fluency of their dyad partners. The mean result was 3.63 (s = .81), showing an answer of adequate to good. This continues to show that not...
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    • 18 measured as the ability to understand narrative and expository text, shown in a national sample of students (Campbell, Voelkl, & Donahue, 1997). At all three ages studied (9,13, and 17 years), the more highly engaged readers showed higher...
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    • 19 moved to the next unit, while those who have not achieved it are provided with modified instruction. This evaluation strategy is especially important for at-risk students. Good teachers recognize the importance of assessing students over time to...
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    • 19 one of the major quotes for their position changed many educators’ minds about teaching grammar at all. They responded by claiming that they “performed carefully and methodically” when they analyzed five studies for their synthesis on the link...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 40 Relationship between Photographs and Text To test for a relationship between the photograph portion and the text portion in each story, the chi square test was used. In order for the coders to produce valid results in the content...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 221 to be a profit-making company and some radio success is measured on how great that profitability is. But I still think that if you solely look at it that way and don't pay any attention to the community or...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 37 By comparison, CMC groups had a success rate of 1 in 8 or 12.5%. The only successfully completion of a project was a 10-minute task, which the CMC group completed successfully in 9:37. In all other...
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    • 41 sub-group for writing showed the largest gains for all students while phonics showed the smallest gains. The MAP sub-group for phonological awareness showed large gains from readers. In this group, Spanish-English readers had a mean score of 18,...
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    • 42 Spanish‐English readers English readers Total non‐readers Composite Compre‐hension Concepts of Print Phonics Phono‐logical Awareness Vocab and Word Structure Writing Figure 1. MAP Scores for Participants From the SETHL English-only readers...
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    • 26 admissions. However, missing from the equation of research and information is the perspective of the students being targeted. It’s fine to see that there is a growing trend of social media within higher education, but has that growing trend...
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    • 45 Results and Explanations The composite scores in the reading portion of the MAP assessment showed double and triple the expected gains by students who read from the SETHL. Total non-readers achieved expected growth of 4 points, while students...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 12 However, manipulation can be theorized to come in many forms. It may be that psychopaths are better at group processes and are social manipulators. It may also be that they manipulate the individual setting...

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