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    • yearbook1917i088: Advertisements

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
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    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
    • Thirty years of experience has taught us that careful selection in purchasing of goods means a great saving to our patrons. Better goods at lower prices means economy. Excellence of material, insuring long service, is the best of all economical...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 9 a viola played sixteen melodies for the children. Four of each song represented sad, angry, happy and frustrated emotions. There was a control group of one hundred college-aged students, so the researchers could...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 16 Hallam, 2004). “While music appears to enhance some individuals’ learning, it may be distracting to others” (Manthei & Kelly, 2010). Though most of the music discussed in this review has been easy listening and...
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    • 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Recently there has been strong scientific evidence pointing to a potential link between the mind and the body, suggesting improved cognitive results when movement is added to the learning process (Jensen, 2005). However,...
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    • 21 . Problems with this study include the unnatural environment of being in a quiet room while being videotaped, the variable of the suggestion that the toy might help the students focus, and the very small student sample. In another example...
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    • 28 subtracting the pretest scores from the post-test scores. Thus the number represents the percentage of growth obtained by a given student. The third column represents the percentage of growth achieved by individual students during Topic II...
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    • 34 Chapter 5 Discussion Interpretation of Results Traditional classroom instruction has typically consisted of lectures coupled with note-taking, guided practice and independent practice, culminating with assessment. This sedentary, cerebral...
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    • 35 variable of the differences in classes, the mean of 𝑘−𝑛𝑛 for Class A at 13.27 % may paint a more accurate picture of the benefits of kinesthetic learning, and can be considered statistically significant. Similarly, the p value for 𝑘−𝑛𝑛 at 0.6%...
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    • 41 Hall, T., Strangman, N. & Meyer, A. (2011). Differentiated instruction and implications for UDL implementation. National Center on Accessing Instructional Materials. Retrieved from...
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    • 43 with classroom curriculum. Art Education, 60(4), 33-38. Retrieved from http://www. highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1313669451.html Nemirovsky, R. & Rasmussen, C. (2005). A case study of how kinesthetic experiences can participate in and transfer to work...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 8 to fully engage millennial-aged students. This will allow educators to further grasp student attention and efficiently teach them Communication theories. To meet the needs of the transitioning learning styles of today’s...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 10 theories constitute, or make, an experience of communication. Theories communicate about communication” (p. 8). Communication Theory is typically a foundation class for Communication majors at both undergraduate and...
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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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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 28 Fleming, N. (2001). VARK -- A guide to learning styles. VARK -- A Guide to Learning Styles. Retrieved from http://www.vark-learn.com/. Garside, C. & Edwards, K. (1996). Teaching communication theories: An experiential...
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    • 17 Evidence showed, if an adolescent has a positive experience or perceived positive experience and/or they participate in a competitive sport, they are more likely to stay physically fit when they are older. This leads to the belief that...
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    • 69 physical fitness was presented and enjoyed. The implications of this research showed that if physical educators utilized differentiated instruction strategies and adjust old age attitudes and grading styles students will respond positively....
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 13 understanding character education in today’s schools. Three characteristics of quality character education were particularly relevant for the purposes of this study: overt, intentional, and integrated...
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    • 6 Kennedy and Morton (1999) believed that a center for alternative learning should operate based on the individual. They believed that many of the issues with alternative high schools resided in the fact that all drop-outs were grouped together;...

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