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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 26 reality becomes what he calls a “rhetorical vision” (p.398). A rhetorical vision is made up of fantasy themes that become public and group interactions. Once this is created, it sparks a response form an “emotional chain” (p.400)....
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    • • Curriculum Change submissions at the University Level are accepted throughout the year. The committees meet regularly (bimonthly) during the first two months of the school year (September & October). Following that time both the Graduate and...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 36 Dreyfus, H. L. (2005). Overcoming the myth of the mental: How philosophers can profit from the phenomenology of everyday expertise. Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association,...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 19 Furthermore, the organization serves a variety of local geographic areas. The combination of locations and type of clinic presented a greater degree of variety and diversity concerning potential receptionist-patient...
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    • When can Level 4 Program Changes be submitted? • All changes must go through their Department and College/School Curriculum Committee. Check with individual Departments and Colleges/Schools for submission deadlines. • Program Change submissions at...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 14 The student could feel pressure to judge all artwork in the classroom as high quality, despite his own personal taste or emotional response (Hamblen, 1987). Discipline Based Art Education. Over time, a new type of art...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 39 Schraw, G. (2006). Knowledge: Structures and processes. In P. A. Alexander, & P.H. Winne (Ed.), Handbook of Educational Psychology (pp. 245-263). New York, NY: Psychology Press. Seagrave, L. (1996)....
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 74 between bilingualism and bidialectalism” (Gumperz, 1962, p. 31). This is vital to Martha’s testimony that she is not the DPs sole source of language and information about the machinations of the...
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    • 18 “transforming” the way we view sentence construction (Kolln & Hancock, 2005, p12). Before that time, there was a set number of sentence patterns that students learned to use in their writing. After Chomsky, evidence supported the fact that...
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    • 22 a lot of teachers are able to dock students points for the misuse of structure with word order, punctuation, or whatever “rule” is broken upon submission of a paper. Now the trend is to find proficiency rather than errors, but if errors aren’t...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 8 that can benefit real leaders working in corporate America today. The information contained in Kudzu Leadership is based on sound research conducted over decades and in the hands of leaders can improve the working environments...
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    • 27 because they weren’t taught them in high school. Also at that time, many teacher training classes required few or no grammar classes to prepare them to teach Language Arts. As a result, the term "grammar" took on a confusing definition during...
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    • 28 provides them with choices to enhance it. If students must see grammar as a set of choices, then that takes out the teacher’s error-finding device which is usually the red pen. If the red pen is taken out of the system then the teacher and the...
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    • 52 Kear, D., Coffman, G. A., McKenna, M. C., & Ambrosio, A. L. (2000). Measuring attitude toward writing: A new tool for teachers. The Reading Teacher, September 54(1). Keigher, A. (2009). Characteristics of public, private, and bureau of Indian...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 9 nation. The community is much more open in terms of communication and education than the closed FLDS community. This shift, with the open communicative environment...
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    • 36 Chapter 3 Methodology Action Research Introduction The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore why secondary students have a difficult time with sentence structure and punctuation. For years these students have had instruction on how to...
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    • 38 Damasio, A.R. (1999). The feeling of what happens. Chapter 2: Emotion and feeling (pp. 35-81). New York: Harcourt Brace. Eccles, J. (1984). Perceptions, motivation, and learning. Contemporary Psychology, 29(4), 280-281. Eccles, J., Moses, L., &...
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    • 42 didn’t feel confident enough to use them. Unfortunately, only a few students attempted to use the new sentence patterns in their own writing. The majority did not grasp the basic idea behind the sentence patterns or the reason why they were...
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    • 45 Chapter 4 Results Introduction The purpose for this chapter is to disclose the answers to the questions that were formulated in previous chapters and discovered through implementation of new teaching strategies for sentence patterns. A brief...
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    • 47 focused on not using logical fallacies, producing a logical argument, and following through with the proper format for that type of essay. Sentence construction was taught afterwards; hence, this assignment was used for two different...

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