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    • ELMO CORRY CHAMBERLAIN Captain WlLLARD LUNT College basketball Men ELMO (TwiCK) CORRY, the dependable center and a worthy suc-cessor to last year's notable, Ward. "Twick" is Tight' personified, and can always be figured in on the...
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    • JOSEPH BETTRIDGE ERVIL SANDERS KENNETH PUGH JOE BETTRIDGE Slick forward of the Branch Aggie hoopsters, has helped win the way to the tournament for two successive seas-ons. He is a dependable guard and forward, usually making the hoop...
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    • "13{h" Glut HEN the Agricola staff began its work early in the fall, one of the first problems to present itself was the sale of books. It was decided to organize a club of thirteen girls representing each class on the campus and selected by the...
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    • Chapter 1 Introduction The National Center for Education reports that a large percentage of the rise in minority enrollment in elementary schools is because of the growth in the number of Hispanic students (NCES The National Center for Education,...
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    • 36 Quantitative data from the daily reading-recording forms were examined to determine if parental time in reading with their student increased when SETHL books were sent home in both Spanish and English. These data were then compared to the time...
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    • 37 represented their feelings toward reading homework. The happy/feliz face was awarded four points, the okay/mas o menos face was scored at three points, the worried/preocupado face was given two points, and the not good/no muy bien face was...
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    • Fishback Intern 17 The conditions under which autocratic or democratic leadership styles are most effective in formal organizations suggests that the most successful sport teams would likely be autocratic. However, a review of the effects of...
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    • 37 DRP Test Procedure The participants took the DRP first. They were given the same instructions: read the text selection and select the word that fits best and makes the most meaning in the sentence/paragraph. To complete the test, they were given...
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    • 38 All students were given the same DRP test, which was standard for all groups. As can be seen in Table 4.6 (pg 37), 10 of 12 students (83%) scored above a 9th grade level for reading comprehension, with half of the students scoring just above the...
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    • 53 Researcher’s Journal As participants were taking each test, the researcher observed and kept notes of the administration of the tests, students’ actions, the format of the tests, and some similarities and differences between the tests and...
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    • 55  There are multiple options in administering the test according to the administrators discretion and student needs. The QRI test does not recommend using all of them at once. These options are important since there are many facets of reading...
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    • 64 of the students considered themselves to be good readers. Furthermore, the participants’ GPA, core test scores, and ACT scores indicate that the students can comprehend texts, information, and content on a high school level. This information...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 43 rehabilitation centers. This would be important as one could assume that those centers would have, on average, more individuals scoring high on psychopathic traits. FUTURE RESEARCH Future research needs to...
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    • 3 • What effects do positive reading experiences have on unmotivated and apathetical readers who are currently scoring at or near benchmark levels on reading assessments? • Can participating in positive reading interventions and learning...
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    • 4 Students involved with bus transportation were generally eliminated (after conferencing with these students and parents) from club invitations due to the inability to arrive at school at the prescribed time. While one parent did offer to drive a...
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    • 45 the fifth grade is at least 600 minutes per month—much more than the 240 minutes indicated by these target participants. Survey results red-flagged students for possible project inclusion. Post project Interest-A-Lyzer© results for all...
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    • 61 selection and completion, focus and reading stamina, genre variety selection, and classroom reading goals were the observed behaviors. Each fifth grade student was observed, and from these observations, a group of 11 project participants were...
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    • P a g e | 60 CHAPTER 10 Interculture and Ubuntu In efforts to analyze and define interculture, I will begin with what ‗culture‘ represents. I resorted to Ron and Suzanne Scollon‘s (1995) book ―Intercultural Communications.‖ They discuss...
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    • 15 achievement in reading is higher at the end of the school year than it was at the beginning of the year (Al Otaiba, Kosanovich-Grek, Torgesen, Hassler, & Wahl, 2005). One study shows that, when using ability grouping for reading instruction,...
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    • 24 Procedures The tasks completed in order to meet the goals of this study were to administer the AIMSweb language arts curriculum-based measurements and the kindergarten teacher questionnaire using the following procedures to ensure reliability...

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