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    • 1911, page 41

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    • 41 plant to the complex forms. Much time is spent on the algae and fungi, particular attention being paid to the pests that the student will likely come in contact with in the intermountain country. The simpler physiological processes are...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 11 also to help secure an orderly and appropriate flow of patients for other medical staff to assist (Hughes, 1989). In many cases, the gatekeeping responsibilities may lead to a certain power-struggle between patients and...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 14 receptionists’ view of their standing in a clinical setting. The things receptionists hear and are subject to as part of the clinical staff may present awkward or difficult feelings for the receptionists. For example, as...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 46 changes they are making are having positive results. Fourteen of the participants in this study have witnessed that RTI has resulted in a proactive system that better meets the needs of all students....
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 41 Most of the participants did take longer solving the problems that offered a vocabulary list and pictures of difficult words than the second problem for which they only were able to read along with the oral...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 21 as home and restaurants. Social skills are called upon in nearly every daily situation. Not only have students demonstrated deficiencies in recognizing emotions, they have exhibited difficulties in explaining causes...
    • 1909, page 36

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    • 36 SOUTHERN BRANCH. Much field work is-done during the fall months and the student led to observe and investigate for himself. Special attention is paid in class to discussion of the laws of Biology; and original papers required-the...
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    • 60 Chapter 4 Image Editing and Preparation changed. In the pixel dimensions area, you can see that the image size is 400 x 300 pixels. If we were to place this image at 100% scaling on a web page that is 800 x 600 pixels, the image would occupy one...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS self-esteem should rise. Thus, as a result of this project, parents and teachers should observe improved self-esteem in participants. Participants and Setting Those who were chiefly impacted by the study were two...
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    • 32 Observational Data During the study the researcher used a daily tracking sheet (Appendix C) to observe the amount of time students were on task during learning activities and discussions. The tracking data shows that eleven out of fifteen of the...
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    • 30 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA In light of the realistic conditions and purpose of this study, interview and grounded theory approach were utilized for the data collection and interpretation in this study. But because of the geographical...
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    • Intro to the Internet 67 and Web Page Design you see the image quality better. Each time you click the zoom tool on the original image, the copies also zoom in (Figure 4.23). In this case, you may not see much difference between the high and medium...
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    • 38 • Sentence Pattern Chart • Student Essays • Essay Tests (both pre and post) Observation is not only a main part of the Scientific Method, but it is also a part of Action Research as well. There are many ways that a teacher-research can observe a...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 12 Literature Review The literature review covers relational maintenance behavior research that has evolved to the point that measurement tools have been created and...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 12 by advertising” (Berger, 2007, p. 3-4). Based on previous parent interactions, many parents feel as though they sought out the educational opportunity and were not influenced by outside...
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    • Commitment 53 developed their own ideas of commitment. When participants had observed positive examples of commitment from their mother and father, they often expressed a desire to emulate those characteristics in their own relationships....
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    • MINDSETS AND YOUNG STUDENTS 27 they are able to work on their own. When students are off-task during independent study academic behaviors and performance are negatively affected (McCurdy, Skinner, Grantham, Watson & Hindman 2001). In order to...
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    • Commitment 62 The origin of the meaning of commitment was another research question that was investigated during this thesis. Consistent with Weigel et al. (2003), parental example had a great impact on what the participants believed about...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 25 feelings of individuals as shown above, the affective domain relies heavily on the other two domains we will focus on for this study, behavioral and cognitive. Behavioral Domain Unlike the affective domain,...

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