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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes.. ,1879-1888 Note: The Cedar City Minute Book is missing for t h e meetings between 1884 a n d 1891. The following is from a ledger book in t h e S . U . S . C . Special Collections (WRP, B-89). entitled...
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    • technologies: computers, electronic books that are interactive and many more (Baird & Henniger, 2011). One problem faced by school districts is how to control technology once it is in the classroom (Blume, 2013). When iPads were distributed, more...
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    • individual idea generation, defining rules for document management, identifying roles for group members, communicating ideas, and managing conflict (Dillon, 1993). According to Heitin (2008) writing with paper and pencil is most often done by just...
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    • Writing with pen and pencil should not be completely forgotten. According to Snell: Writing with pen and paper felt appreciably different from typing. My mind would try to race ahead, but my pen could only go so fast. I ended up considering every...
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    • Results: As illustrated in Figure 8, half of the responding students reported that they would write with their iPad if given a choice. As shown in Figures 5 and 6, half of the teachers feel that they have not been given enough training, and 100%...
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    • because what they are able to write will be legible to both them and their teacher and will be easier to edit as well. They read what I write Seventy-five percent of the students strongly agreed or agreed that what they wrote with the iPad was...
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    • Appendix A Student Survey given through Google Drive Writing in Language Arts-Student Survey * Required What grade are you in? * o 7 o 8 I like to write * o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree I write daily in Language Arts. * o...
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    • o C o D o F If I had a choice, I would write with____________ * o Pencil o Computer o iPad 50
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    • Appendix B Language Arts Teacher Survey Grades 7-8 given through a Google Drive survey Writing in Language Arts-Teacher Survey * Required My students like to write.* o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree Writing on iPads is...
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    • Strongly Disagree 0 0% I write more with my iPad than pencil. Strongly Agree 0 0% Agree 2 33% Disagree 1 17% Strongly Disagree 3 50% I write more with my iPad than computer. Strongly Agree 0 0% Agree 1 17% Disagree 2 33% Strongly...
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    • Strongly Agree 117 24% Agree 293 60% Disagree 67 14% Strongly Disagree 9 2% I write more with my iPad than pencil. Strongly Agree 55 11% Agree 97 20% Disagree 236 49% Strongly Disagree 98 20% I write more with my iPad than computer. 67
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    • vii Acknowledgments I would like to take this opportunity to graciously thank Prent Klag for his wisdom, help, and red pencil. I would also like to thank the teachers, parents, and administration at both SUCCESS Academy and Gateway Preparatory...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 32 pencil and one student began talking to their neighbor. All of the students seemed to be concentrating on their work and worked quietly. Most students finished up the assignment within about seven minutes. After...
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    • 19 stepping, chanting and clapping as they read. After the kinesthetic exercise, students wrote a small paragraph that showed their comprehension of the reading (Peebles, 2007). Ms. Peebles is also an advocate for reader’s theater, which encourages...
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    • 94 Seat all participants at main table and give them a choice between moose or bear. Provide desired animal suit and instruct guest on stuffing. Ball stuffing into small fists and push through animal arms and legs first. You may need to use a...
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    • 19 appropriate for that level. The items included in Level 6 address vocabulary knowledge and comprehension skills. The vocabulary subtest measures word decoding and vocabulary knowledge, while sentence comprehension measures the ability to...

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