Teacher 3 went a different way. He only did 1 essay, and tried to push his students to
exactness. As shown in figure 4.3, teacher 3 had a high level of revision but didn’t require as
many writing prompts,
Figure 4.3 Teacher 3 Submissions
and English. On average, students who were Spanish-English readers read 13 minutes each day
for 25 days, while students who read from the English books read 20 minutes per day for 24
days. The students and parents who read from the...
assignments and watch their grade climb, they began to carry with them a concern for
their grades that had not been there before. Once each student saw that they could
succeed with the researcher helping them at the end of the day, they their...
Considerable field work is done and the plant societies studied to make the student familiar with the plant families that he will meet in the rural districts. Along with the scientific importance of the different forms studied, special...
Figure 4.4 Top 3 Essay Submission Averages and Total Submissions for Whole Classes
In 3 essays Teacher 2 submitted more revisions and a higher total number of essays than
either of the other two classes, though Teacher 3 came close to the total...
he has a computer related background. Experience in a computer related job also
acceptable. If the future student is in option (ii) and (iii), then he can choose any one of
those tracks mentioned above.
4.3 Proposed Digital Forensic Laboratory...
ing and how to prevent the spread of contagion. The study of washing materials and the effect on the fabrics, and the hygenic effect of the materials well washed and irond will all receive proper attention in this course.
At least one...
The course offered in Latin will be the same in sequence as those at the State University.
Latin 1. All inflections of the Latin language are taught thoroughly. Sufficient prose will be read to obtain...
Al Otaiba, S., Kosanovich-Grek, M., Torgesen, J., Hassler, L., & Wahl, M. (2005). Reviewing
core kindergarten and first-grade reading programs in light of No Child Left Behind:
An exploratory study. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 21(4),...
ELL parents. Table 9 presents averages of ELL parents’ attitudes toward literacy. Both columns
1 and 2 were measured on a 4-point scale: do not like it at all = 1, it is okay = 2, I like it = 3, and
I love it = 4. In general, both sets of...
even more, as shown in figure 4.4 These are very different approaches to the program. This
finally leads to the central question. Which has the potential for greater results, more prompts
with less revision, a balanced approach to revision and...
felt more confident in their reading skills than did the Spanish-English readers? Did the English
readers spend more time reading because they could practice independently after reading to their
The remaining research question dealt...
health and sanitation. The first part of the course is taken up with a study of the human mechanism from the standpoint of anatomy and physiology, followed by a careful consideration of the laws of personal hygiene. The cause, nature, history...
reading positivity, and improved reading attitudes. The researcher was especially
interested in comments mentioning factors such as increased reading time at home,
student verbalized enjoyment of club activities, and comments declaring...
somewhat disappointing discovery was that even when the researcher was actively
involved in providing additional daily support, the students’ scores, as a whole, increased
From this disappointing discovery, the researcher came to...
Table 4.8 DRP Post Survey Results – Group S
GROUP S - DRP
1. Confidence in reading skills and comprehension
2. Before the test, seriousness about taking test
3. After the test, seriousness of taking test
4. Did you...
ter color work. Course III consists of oil on board and canvas ; an apt student should be able to complete a few studies in each course.
Two years work in special work should prepare a student for an art teacher in the public schools of...