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    • "Sepc. 30. . . Tapped the furnace allout six o'dock A.M. 'l'he ~iietal run out and all gave thrce hearty cheers. When the metal was cold, on examination, was not found to be so ~ o o d might be wished and also of :I as vcry peculiar appearance....
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    • "Tuff" Long before the first football game of the season, many members of tne studentbody began running around on that acre or so direct-ly west of trie campus buildings. In their fever-ish activity they attempt to lose that excess weight that they...
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    • -We should look at getting tall cocktail tables for the 30 minute “cocktail hour” at the beginning of the evening. (Maria thought we could find these fairly cheap on eBay and purchase them to have at the Heritage Center) -There is going to be a...
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    • /my_timeline-demo/config/initializers/backtrace_silencers.rb # Be sure to restart your server 1 when you modify this file. 2 # You can add backtrace silencers for libraries that you're using but don't wish to see in your backtrace s. 3 4 #...
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    • 1 AN ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATIVE ESSAY SCORING PROGRAMS AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON DIRECT WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES IN UTAH Chapter 1 Introduction - Nature of the Problem Every English teacher knows the pain of issuing a writing assignment. For...
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    • 1 arn informed by good authority that the railroad running fiom El Paso to Casas Grandes is going to be extended to the river, Piedras Verde, on to the Sierra Madre Mountains on which we are located and will open up rnany valuable locaiities for...
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    • !10 decided at 2:55 p.m. Trying to adapt to the wants of the Chinese was difficult because, at times, they did not even know what they wanted, and when they did, often that would change an hour later too. While this aspect certainly proved...
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    • 10 fueled considerable anxiety around school board members and administrators, many of who had farm or small town backgrounds. Enthusiastic supporters were drawn to the promise of school gardens not only as a way to better implement nature study...
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    • 10 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING bus, or in a classroom. Students need to be integrated, or incorporated, within the regular classroom. Physical vicinity is not the only change spoken of here, but of social and academic integration as well. Partial...
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    • 10 physically being at the bank. What criminals need are just laptops that connect to the bank networks. Then, they commit the crime remotely. As a result, no trace of fingerprint, hair, DNA, tire tracks etc can be found. However, the only trace...
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    • !11 have an official space, and we wouldn’t be able to complete our original plans laid out by Dr. Harris. This meant that much of my time was initially spent tutoring English, answering questions about America, and playing basketball with the...
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    • 12 for nor be able to produce (Bolan & Williams, 2008). Movies can showcase a destination‘s natural scenery, historical background, and culture. Austria is not exempt from this phenomenon. Since the release of The Sound of Music in 1965, many...
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    • 12 These natural outdoor learning environments were not easy to maintain. “Teachers quickly recognized the additional responsibilities entailed in the ambitious landscaping projects” (Kohlstedt, 2008, p. 70). School gardens decreased because of...
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    • 12 When teachers inaccurately or inadvertently give assignments that do not reach the intended learning, there is a chance of doing more harm than good for a student’s attitude towards the subject (Michael, 2007). Math homework is assigned to...
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    • 13 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING their nondisabled classmates. Furthermore, Seehorn (n.d.) points out that by being included, students will be exposed to opportunities for problem solving that will help them as they function outside of the classroom...
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    • 13 what they are learning is applicable to their everyday lives as instructors within the content they teach. Brown, Dotson, and Yontz (2011) noted that “as adults, we need information that is applicable to what we do day-by-day” and further,...
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    • 136 ranging from 1 (no time spent) to 7 (all of time) rather than simple ―yes‖ or ―no‖ participation while on vacation. Furthermore, while the data collected on each of the individual variables in this study provides some value to the...
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    • 137 study might be more effective if it were to be distributed to a broader, more generalizable population. Distributing it among more diverse population samples, such as neighboring countries of Austria, will provide richer research data and...
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    • !14 baseball on the outside, though the inside was much softer, but I couldn’t find a good substitute for a bat anywhere. Finally, I settled on a PVC pipe I bought for under a dollar that was the perfect length for a bat. Minutes before the event...

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