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    • 11 Implications of Being a Reluctant Reader When a student is a reluctant reader in elementary school, they miss out on the benefits of the natural flow of reading progression. According to Louisa Moats (2009), “At second and third grade,...
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    • Iron mines and mining--Iron County (Utah); Utah International, Inc.
    • 120-B dug on 5550 elevation in east end of pit all month. 151-M dug in the S. W. section of pit on the 5550 elevation and along the south side of 1st. stage on elevation 5533.
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    • 2 2 According to Bear, et al. (2004), this word study program “evolves from three decades of research in developmental aspects of word knowledge with children and adults” (p. 5). This research has shown specific patterns of errors that children...
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    • 2 3 by the use of the letter names in combination with the alphabetic principle when spelling. This stage is divided into three parts: early, middle and late. At each point students have mastered different skills in spelling (p. 13-15). Early...
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    • 2 6 Chapter 3 - Methodology The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of the use of Words Their Way as a spelling program with Zaner-Bloser’s spelling basal Spelling Connections, in order to identify which method of teaching spelling...
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    • 2 decisions in the regular classroom. Therefore, students who have been placed in the Pro-Active Skill Building Program will potentially be better apt to exhibit behaviors that are more acceptable, allowing them to experience success in the regular...
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    • 20 important method of developing metal functioning that is central to both cognitive and social development” (Tomporowski, Davis, Miller, & Naglieri, 2008, p. 120) Trudeau and Shepard’s study, Physical education, school physical activity, school...
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    • 28 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design personal information and other applicable regu-lations. The content must be attractive and dy-namic to gain and hold their attention. Language and images used must be age appropriate, etc. With your data...
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    • 28 In order to support the goal of increasing parent involvement, the researcher provided parent disclaimers to be sent home with the behavior-tracking sheets at each stage in the discipline plan. The disclaimers explain each step in the Pro-Active...
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    • 3 Relations. These stages describe students’ spelling behavior as they move from one level of word knowledge to the next. Alphabetic Spelling: consonants, short vowels, segmentations, which compasses the period in time from kindergarten and first...
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    • 3 will be required. This stage would require written permission from the target student's parents in order to conduct an evaluation, which would determine whether or not the student has a conduct disorder qualifying him/her for special education...
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    • 32 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design Chapter Quiz 1. Define a reverse and explain why it may not be effective for handicapped persons. 2. Discuss the importance of planning before imple-menting a web design. 3. List at least five items that should...
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    • 363; illus., 369, leftfor Mexico again, 378; 1892 conference, 38 1;to Cedar City, 405; letter to children, 414; 432, death, 433; headstone,493 Lunt, Etta, wife of Thomas, 447; illus., 452 Lunt, Evelinepenry's niece, 336 Lunt, Florence, bom 269;...
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    • 4 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web of a specialized computer called a “router” to the network enables the network to communicate with other networks, or connect to the Internet (Figure 1.4). When you connect to the Internet through...
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    • 4 school connection and the HLEs of these students are just some of the reasons for these remarkable academic achievements. Delimitations This study did not collect data from any schools other than Dixie Sun Elementary. It focused on ELLs in the...
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    • 58 Chapter Five Discussion For students who can read, but choose not to, the implications are vast and far reaching. Demonstrating little or no motivation to immerse oneself in books sets the stage for future deficits in exposure to learning...
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    • 58 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING encounter. Step 2 Discuss the learning needs of the student and the availability of resources. This step is an opportunity to talk about the specific needs and concerns relevant to the placement of the student....
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    • 72 The school garden examples that had multiple uses in this study communicated the diversity in their application. This study concluded that funding was a barrier to school gardens. However, some school garden funding was available for nutrition...
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    • 79 document all the steps involved at the crime scene. The main purpose of this step is to make sure that crime scene is protected and secured. 4. Preservation. All seized materials from the crime scene are documented and Chain of custody...

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