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    • 12 are designed by The Center for Disease Control and Prevention. They suggest that children should participate in aerobic and activities daily, muscle-­‐strengthening activities three days a week, and bone-­‐strengthening activities twice a week (Ce...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 142 So where do I start from? This question is the beginning of every art of writing we do. There is no concrete answer because each one of us thinks different. But we can find a perfect approach to this problem that can be applied almost to all of...
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    • 16 the intelligences. Spreadsheets, previously discussed as a preference for the mathematical/logical learner, created on the computer, are common activities used in many math classrooms. An example of an activity using a spreadsheet is “students...
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    • 17 AN EXPERIENCE IN CHINA ANALYSIS By reflecting on our time spent in China, common themes were revealed. After reviewing the twenty-nine journal entries and blog posts, four main themes were discovered: cultural dissonance, influences on students,...
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    • 2.2 EXTRACTION METHOD 1 For this method, a small cutting approximately 5 cm2 was taken from each sample of duct tape and placed into a separate Eppendorf tube. A phenol chloroform organic extraction protocol was then used to remove the DNA from the...
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    • 20 kindergarten they are already at a disadvantage. Reading disadvantages are not the only problem poorer families face in education. When a child leaves school and return to an empty home they do not have a good support system encouraging them to...
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    • 22 The importance of modifying curriculum and/or equipment to include all students is a critical step for all physical educators. Considerations for programming are also vital. The following is a list of some considerations physical educators may...
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    • 23 may be in a wheel chair and throw from a sitting position; others may not be able to kick and, therefore, use a modified stick to kick. This allows all students to participate in some way and enjoy fitness at their level. Team sports may not be...

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