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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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    • o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree I have time to read all that students write.* o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly Disagree I have been given training on iPads.* o Strongly Agree o Agree o Disagree o Strongly...
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    • to assist in the erection of a memorial in t h e City P a r k in honor of t h e soldiers taking p a r t in t h e World War. They s t a t e t h a t the memorial will cost about $3000, a n d t h e y would he willing t o receive t h e City's portion...
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    • For many years the Jones Brothers, Lehi, Uriah T., Jed, and Kumen, worked together on many projects and business ventures and they (.ontributed a great deal to the development of C:edar City and the State of Utah. 'They were also very concerned...
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 27 Chapter 4: Results As discussed above, Jones and Pittman’s (1982) self-presentational strategies were categorized and studied in multiple communication settings. The five classes in the taxonomy include ingratiation,...
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    • Strongly Agree 0 0% Agree 4 67% Disagree 2 33% Strongly Disagree 0 0% When students write on a computer, I read it. Strongly Agree 0 0% Agree 6 100% Disagree 0 0% Strongly Disagree 0 0% I have time to read all that students write. 58
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    • 5 disadvantage compared to fellow classmates who are native English speakers. “These students are not only required to compete with native speakers of English with respect to academic or literacy related language skills, they must also acquire the...
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    • 6 with but the expectation is still there for them to pass all required tests at grade level as set forth by agencies at the local, state, and national levels. Literacy and Vocabulary Unfortunately, according to Kamil (2003), more than 25 percent...
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    • Many very important and far reaching decisions were made there. The front half of the second floor of the Tithing Office was fitted for a farnily's iiving quarters, while the rear haif, finished throughout in spotless white and equipped with an...
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    • Family Man 83 States Embassy and was used as interpreter by President Eisenhower and other VIP's visiting Japan. When John and Orpha arrived at their Tokyo hotel on Christmas Eve, they turned on the television in their room. They were anxious to...
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    • 8 Vocabulary Breadth and Depth According to Wallace (2007), English-only (EO) students know basic words that usually never require instruction; these are known as Tier 1 words. Educators need to make sure that ELLs know these words and understand...
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    • 9 It is a well-known fact that extensive reading helps develop sufficient vocabulary; but without an adequate vocabulary, it is hard to read effectively and with understanding. “Although extensive reading has been found to help develop sight...
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    • From your observations, do students write better quality (fewer errors, address the topic better) with iPads or handwritten? Why? Student's in general have fewer errors and writing is more legible using iPads. About equal. My 7th graders make more...
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    • resources already out there. I use the iPad mostly with reading. Students can look up information and books or articles of interest and they can read narrative texts easily there. I use the iPads mostly with writing. Even in the reading class, we...
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    • 13 ELLs as well as on EO students. As they set forth with different reading components, their study did confirm that the implementation of the vocabulary intervention in the mainstream classroom positively influenced both ELLs and EO students...
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    • 15 With regard to reading, basic oral English language vocabulary is not enough to help ELLs succeed academically. They may read and speak fluently but if they do not have the breadth and depth of the vocabulary, they struggle. They need to see...

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