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    • Testimonial videos 22 Not only are ease of use, framing and length of video, and tone important, but also understanding the consumer’s needs, expectations, wants and experience, and factoring that into a design. Falk, Sockel & Chen (2005)...
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    • 2 1 6. Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal precise actions, emotions, or states of being (e.g., quizzed, whined, stammered) and that are basic to a...
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    • The Human Element 76 Another case in which the LDS culture manifested itself through its community members was during a natural disaster. The culture has taught them to always be prepared and to keep food storage that they could rely on, decreasing...
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    • The Human Element 77 highly predictable based on cultural factors. In other words, evidence has been presented supporting the hypothesis that scrutinizing the community culture does reveal predisposed attitudes that can foreshadow likely...
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    • 97 events. After observing and interviewing all students in the creative project, the instructor realized that the boys often became frustrated and tired of repetition, like converting measurements for the scale drawing project and making numerous...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 9 Literature Review Communication Theory Human beings have been communicating since the dawn of time. From cave drawings to drum sounds, the earliest humans discovered and developed ways to send messages to one another. Since...
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    • 3 1 Chapter 4 – Results The objective of this study was to use the information gained from researching and utilizing the program Spelling Connections and instructional methods of Words Their Way, to find the most productive method of teaching...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 11 for auditory learners. The aid may also include space for students to write their own information for read / write learners. Visual aids are a powerful tool for students from all learning styles when used properly. George...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 22 and to enable them to better perform these tasks, their teachers need to provide sufficient support tools. In the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) model of instruction, ELs learn with the rest...
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    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH. side. Abundant practice in simple composition is given with a view to encouraging students to express themselves freely. Some simpler classics are also studied. Four hours per week throughout the year. English...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 19 Sontag (2002) writes that due to a generation of “information overload” visual images are the quickest and most proficient at compacting and storing information (p.113) “the problem is not that people remember the photographs but...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 25 helps make the problems and questions more comprehensible for them. Some things that can enable ELs to understand and solve problems are the reduction of the total number of words, the avoidance of complex...
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    • URIAH TREHARNE JONES Biography 1861 - 1929 Uriah T r e h a r n e Jones was born Feb. 11, 1861 in Cedar City. Iron County, Utah, t h e son of Thomas and Sage Treharne Jones. He had a twin s i s t e r , Sarah Ann, and they were the youngest of a...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 27 Chapter 3 Methodology Statement of Purpose The purpose of this study was to investigate whether “Fluent” English learners process information slower when dealing with detailed information in mathematics, help...
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    • viii Acknowledgments I am forever grateful for the guidance and support I received for this project. It was born from a class discussion in Dr. Lee Montgomery’s class and adeptly advised by him. I am appreciative for his interest in the topic and...
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    • 27 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Methods of cultivating the common plants and sterilizing the fungi, destructive of domestic plants will receive consideration. Three hours per week, second half-year. Physiology. In addition to a text-book...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 22 “yang” opposing values. Every relationship has a different balance of the dialectics. There are multiple ways to manage the different relational dialectics to help us feel balanced.  Spiral of Silence Theory...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 29 survey and permission letters for the parents in both English and Spanish (Appendix G). These instruments were submitted to the Institutional Review Board for approval. As required by the Southern Utah...
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    • 3 14% of White adults (Fry, 2010). As a result of the increased legislation and awareness to the achievement gap, Yearly ProgressPro™, a progress-monitoring instrument, is being implemented to help close it. This computer-administered program...
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    • Gifted and Talented Males and Reading Fluency 2 The term “gifted and talented,” when used with respect to students, children, or youth, means students, children, or youth who give evidence of high achievement capability in such areas as...

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