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    • was i n s t r u c t e d t o draw u p an ordinance prohibiting a n y more garages a n d service stations going u p on Main S t r e e t , between Center S t r e e t and First North. Oct. 20, 1938 ...Attorney Shay recommended t h a t Cedar City p r e...
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    • honored and revered by our children, exalted above al1 other women. 1s this a state of slavery? If so, it is a very pleasant one. We have many privileges guaranteed unto us, one of which is the right to choose our husbands and, arnongst the many...
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    • During these years since the Mormons had settled the Utah 'I'crritory, there had heen continuous friction between the Mormon pioneer leaders and the U. S. Government. Two federal appointees who caused the most trouble, arrived in Salt Lake City in...
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    • Chapter 5 Discussion The purpose of this study was to examine iPads and their effect on writing in the secondary classroom. The expected outcome of the research was to find that students preferred writing with an iPad because they are familiar with...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 3 Abstract This project pursues a sixteen lesson plan unit for teaching Greek mythology to secondary English students. The project focuses on how technology impacts student interest and motivation, as well as...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 6 Purpose of the Research The purpose of this creative research project is to design, develop, and evaluate a sixteen lesson unit on Greek mythology (with a technology focus) for use with tenth grade students...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 29 Chapter 3 – Methodology The purpose of this creative research project was to design, develop, and evaluate a sixteen lesson unit on Greek mythology (with a technology focus) for use with tenth grade...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 34 • Did the students participate? • Did you learn something from this lesson? The professional educators were directed to respond in an extremely specific manner, and were asked to answer “Why?” or “Why not?”...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 36 Chapter 4 – Results The purpose of this creative project was to design, develop, and evaluate a sixteen lesson unit on Greek mythology (focusing on the use of technology in teaching said unit) for use with...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 41 Chapter 6-Reflection After completing my sixteen lesson unit plan on Greek mythology, I feel that I can express that quite a few items went very well. The emphasis on using technology to motivate the...
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    • Girls and Relational Aggression 3 • How frequently is relational aggression happening? • How frequently are young girls perpetrating relational aggression? • How does it make a girl feel when they are treated aggressively? • What is the biggest...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 17 administered the test again (Davidson & Powell, 2010). During the next three sessions, the students completed three different math tests. The first form of the test given allowed the students to finish in ten minutes....
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 23 Chapter 4 Results This chapter discusses the data analysis and findings from 81 surveys completed by 3rd grade students at ABC Elementary in South Jordan, UT during January and February 2013. It also shows the results...
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    • Testimonial videos 25 to the current study as testimonials tell stories. If the narratives in the testimonials do not align with the viewers’ realities, they will be discredited. The opposite is also true, if the viewers can relate to the...
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    • 15 post-secondary goals. It is difficult to find documentation regarding students who are considered at-risk. At-risk students tend to have parents who are not vested in their child’s future and/or may not know how to positively influence decisions...
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    • 4 various areas, predominantly dyscalculia, in grades ten through twelve in a large high school in an urban school district. Delimitations As a quasi-experiment the scope of this study did not involve large numbers of students nor did it randomly...
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    • 5 Lurking Variables: Variables that are not readily apparent, and not compensated for, in an experiment that may lessen the validity of the results of the experiment. Matched Pairs Experiment: A two part experiment involving a treatment group and a...
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    • 28 subtracting the pretest scores from the post-test scores. Thus the number represents the percentage of growth obtained by a given student. The third column represents the percentage of growth achieved by individual students during Topic II...
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    • 22 The importance of modifying curriculum and/or equipment to include all students is a critical step for all physical educators. Considerations for programming are also vital. The following is a list of some considerations physical educators may...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 29 315). These skills also included employing varied approaches, seeking novel strategies when old ones fail, putting forth more effort to accomplish a task, persisting longer, and experiencing decreased stress...

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