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    • 1905, page 8

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    • 8 SOUTHERN BRANCH. In 1905 the Legislature appropriated $5,000 for a Boiler House which will be erected during the summer. A sum of $600 was appropriated for securing water for the grounds. SITE AND BUILDINGS. The...
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    • 53 of peer acceptance increased because they perceived themselves more physically fit. Question five was, “I am getting more physically fit.” This question increased 13%, showing students’ perception of their fitness level increased as their...
    • 1905, page 9

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    • 9 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. illustrate the geology, mineralogy, natural history, and archaeology of southern Utah. LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library is furnished with the standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science and...
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    • 54 esteem were known to exhibit. Instructors that implement individual testing and evaluations increase the chance that their students will lead a healthy life. Differentiated instruction in physical education does make a significant difference to...
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    • 55 Chapter 5 Discussion This action research study was designed to assess the results of teaching differentiated instruction to eighth grade girls in physical education. Our society must develop ways to get our youth actively involved in fitness....
    • 1905, page 11

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    • 11 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. games and out of door sports, but it is also taking an interest in other phases of physical education. CITY GOVERNMENT. The student body of the Branch Normal is self-governing. An organization known as...
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    • 26 Turning Point is a therapeutic treatment facility that has a contract with Iron County School District (ICSD). The district is required to provide teachers and supplies for the purpose of instructing an average of 25 students per school year....
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    • 58 students needed to get them back on track. The instructor found that it was not that students did not want to work, but both were struggling on the routine of the workout itself. If the pair was still struggling and did not want to be separated...
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    • jump. The project was also aimed at determining whether it matters that the first exercise in the complex set is a strength or power exercise, such as Kettlebell Swings. Methodology Participants. Thirty-six recreationally trained men and women...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 8 Founded in 2004, it has expanded to have well over one billion users – with 75% of US college students using Facebook (ibid., 2013), it's more likely anyone reading this paper uses Facebook than that they do not. In fact,...
    • 1910, page 7

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    • 7 Student of the Univ. of Calif. 1904; Student of the Los Angeles Business College, 1907-'08; National Diploma in Pen Work, Los Angeles Business College, 1907; Student of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City, 1909; Teacher in the Branch...
    • 1912, page 26

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    • 26 FOUR YEAR NORMAL COURSE. A graduate from this course receives a certificate. See prescribed course on succeeding pages. Students should register for at least 16 hours of work. Normal Course. First Year. First half. Second...
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    • 60 students a broader knowledge base about the many ways to utilize what is around them. The students were not graded by comparing them to norms or to one another. Students’ scores increased according to their abilities and physical progress....
    • 1912, page 27

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    • 27 Any of the following subjects may be taken as elective and in some cases as substiutes. Substitutes are all individual and must be referred to the Principal or instructor in charge of that matter. First half. Second half....
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    • 30 Standard II Students will understand the relationship between energy changes in the atom specific to the movement of electrons between energy levels in an atom resulting in the emission or absorption of quantum energy. They will also understand...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 7 Chapter 1: Introduction Obesity is a documented health concern that affects more than 300 million adults throughout the world (Haslam & James, 2005). That is just a portion of those included in the 1.1 billion people...
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    • not be long enough to permanently alter lifestyle habits. The researcher plans to implement the program at least twice a year, possibly in the fall and in the spring. It should also be expanded to include third-and fifth-grade students so that...
    • 1912, page 28

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    • 28 Second Year. First half. Second half. English b 4 4 Plane Geometry 3 3 Chemistry 4 4 Ancient History, 1912-13 4 4 Mediaeval and Modern History, (1913-14).....4 4 German or French (4...
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    • References Abramovitz, M. (2004). Diseases and disorders: Obesity. Farmington Hills, MI: Lucent Books. Amen, D. G. (2010). Change your brain change your body: Use your brain to get and keep the body you have always wanted. New York, NY: Harmony...

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