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    • '43 Headed by Milt JoIIey, the freshman have come through the year with plenty of spirit and representation in every field. They success-fully promoted the College Prom and have been together for many special good times. They participated in the...
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    • . /!. Chloris Bowman, Mrs. Whetten, Beth Prestwich, Vodis Fidel The Women's Athletic Association took an active part in furnishing a year of fun and excitement to all who participated in the intramural program. Because the male sex was rather...
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    • 1. Should the El Escalante Hotel be used by the City to house and display the G . R. Parry Collection a s a Museum? 2 . Should it be sold outright? Captain Lundberg, from the Air Force Special Weapons Center in New Mexico, requested permission to...
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    • 13 oral language, and potentially positive effects for early reading, writing, and knowledge of print (Institute of Education Sciences, 2006). Ideally, intervention would come for low SES Hispanic ELLs when they are very young, but this is...
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    • 15 Experiments There has been a multiplicity of research done with AES systems. Most of the research in the past focused on how accurately AES systems can grade an essay when compared with humans. With a few exceptions, the research seems to...
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    • 16 reading achievement among children across most of the countries, and that higher economic levels of a country were related to richer home-literacy environments, whereas lower economic levels were associated with poorer home-literacy...
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    • !18 conditions: Canadian: Canadian, Chinese: Chinese, and Canadian: Chinese, to evaluate how the interactions differed between cultures (Li,2006). One particularly revealing finding was that the Canadians’ increase in backchannel responses did not...
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    • 18 discovery that emerged from this qualitative study were the differences in the amounts of literacy activities that took place per hour. For example, even though these families were all from low- SES backgrounds, researchers categorized them into...
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    • 2 8 setting and all students in the class participated. Progress was monitored and improvements in spelling were recorded at three points in the study. The Elementary Spelling Inventory was administered at the beginning of the study, in the middle...
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    • 2 develop problem solving strategies that can be applied to various situations throughout life (Fuson et al., 2000). Another study found that students who participated in problem solving instruction performed as well as, or better than, students...
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    • 21 that students who were exposed to recess were much more on task and less fidgety (Schachter, 2005). Another study conducted in Massachusetts involving 300 fourth-­‐grade students discovered that students who participated in 56 or more hours of org...
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    • 21 The participants of this study fell into two categories: parents and teachers. Parent participants must have had one or more youth who were current students at one of the two schools at the time the study was conducted. At that time, Gateway...
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    • 22 Participants and Setting The study population for the project included a convenience sampling of attendees of the 2012 SUECON conference. Additionally, the SUECON committee members participated in recruiting presenters, organizing sessions, and...
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    • 22 were sent home to needy families (Johnnston, 2001). The school community improved with school gardens as documented in a 2001 study by L. Thorp and C. Townsend. This study found that a school garden “reshaped school culture, creating hope,...
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    • !24 interacted with me, they might adjust their behaviors to be more in line with whatever they thought I might want. My observations spanned mid-August to early-December. During this period, my journaling yielded many interactions from a host of...
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    • 25 topic of reflection to the interviews. The responses were varied. The researcher was happy to find that the service was productive, true to the students’ academic goals and that the majority of the sites or classes for which the participants did...
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    • 26 After each Likert item on both surveys, respondents were allowed and given space to elaborate on their attitude independent of additional prompts. Responses were recorded though no emerging themes could be established. The next items on the...
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    • 27 instruments have been chosen to provide information that relates directly to student achievement, attitudes, and self-efficacy concerning learning mathematics. Test. Pre and post-testing (Appendix A) had the conventional purpose of showing...
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    • 28 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this thesis was (a) to compare the academic growth of the fourth-grade Cherry Hill Elementary English language learners (ELLs) to the academic growth of their native English speaking peers in math and...

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