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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 117 Conclusion The vision and fulfillment of this study has offered an abundant awareness of the world of healthcare through the use of presently established literature as well as this study’s methodology, results, and...
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    • 7 high schools and alternative high schools and school wide versus pull out post-secondary introduction program. There has not been a study that focuses on students who live in rural areas, are members of low SES, have little parental support,...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 18 and sports privilege with masculinity’” (p. 87). Sport is teaching boys masculine hegemony. Boys are taught that they should be the ones to receive accolades while girls are being silly when they try to compete with them....
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 26 team in 2013. He claimed that more NFL players will be coming out, but that has not happened as of yet. These players will not “out” themselves until society makes them feel they are in a safe place. Research Questions In...
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    • 24 Figure 3. Comparison of students planning to attend post-secondary education or training before and after presentations. the presentations 22% stated they discuss the same plans very often while no students stated that they never discuss...
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    • 27 Question 6: Please talk about what you think were the most positive aspects of your involvement in service. What were the most challenging or negative aspects, if any? As was the case with Question Three, this question wasn’t central to the...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 48 of the offensive act. According to Benoit and Drew (1997), studies have shown that denial is not an effective apology to utilize towards those who are injured by the actions as other potential image...
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    • iGRIEVE 32 intense sense of commonality. Naturally, the cell phone becomes the friend you never leave home without because to lose it means to lose (if only temporarily) the relationship with the other individual. While Walther’s focus is on close...
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    • iGRIEVE 33 Chapter Three: Method The research questions posed will be answered through a rhetorical analysis of the text because the focus of this research is on the similarity of expression as well as looking for themes that may emerge. In the...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 16 candidates, fostered the notion of a bilingual “communication cop” directing “timing and the rhythm and the pause sequencing and the languages” (p. 104). This sense of acting as regulator exceeds...
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    • 58 been used for decades as a way to assess reading comprehension levels. The Cloze procedure requires students to read the text and use context clues to fill in missing words with ones that makes the most sense. This type of process only requires...
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Reading reluctance is a complex issue that has major educational ramifications over time. During the elementary school years, a reluctant reader may initially function at the same skill level as involved and interested...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 5 Introduction Social Thinking Interventions in Second and Third Grade Possibly the most famous person with autism, Dr. Temple Grandin (2006) hypothesized that Einstein’s Theory of Relativity would not be accepted had...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS colleges have been efficient at training teachers in curriculum and methods, but rarely have teachers been prepared to address the diagnosed and undiagnosed social thinking deficits prevalent today. Not only have HFA...
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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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    • 14 The intellectual challenge posed by the gap involves isolating its root cause. Lack of knowledge of the lower frequency academic words encountered in school texts, which in turn impedes the natural process of learning new word meanings...
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    • 23 problem. If they felt able to solve the problem, they did so; if not, they walked away and did not attempt the problem. When teachers first introduce the problem-centered teaching methods and begin to push students to solve problems in a new...
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    • 42 • Student and Parent Surveys • DIBELS Reading Assessment/Progress Monitoring Results • Independent Reading Minute Logs • Student Journal Reflections • Book club meeting attendance data Reading Interest Inventories The researcher implemented the...

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