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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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    • 10 learning disabilities or those who just struggle in general. Many of these students also have difficulty understanding vocabulary as it relates to their world. Effective Instruction Finding the best programs and the most effective means of...
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    • 12 rest of their lives. When limits are given, options are taken and enjoyment limited to one area of life or fitness (Torres & Hager, 2007). Also, if we turn our PE classes into giant arenas for intense competitions, teachers leave out the major...
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    • 15 need to be developed so that they provide new ways to assess the non-cognitive skills that students need to succeed in college and in the workplace. Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) proposes that a growth-based evaluation be included into...
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    • 15 With regard to reading, basic oral English language vocabulary is not enough to help ELLs succeed academically. They may read and speak fluently but if they do not have the breadth and depth of the vocabulary, they struggle. They need to see...
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    • 16 A School for Healing (1999) claimed that it is one of the most powerful interventions that could be used with at-risk students. Summary The collaborative group setting in all of these intervention examples helped increase graduation rates and...
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    • 16 For educators, the challenge is to continue to investigate and develop new programs to help all students to perform and achieve their full potential. Research and development of new teaching techniques will always be a continuing effort in...
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    • 19 moved to the next unit, while those who have not achieved it are provided with modified instruction. This evaluation strategy is especially important for at-risk students. Good teachers recognize the importance of assessing students over time to...
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    • 26 Chapter 5 Discussion There will always be struggling readers of varying degrees and abilities. The 1974 court decision of Lau vs. Nichols forced action to be taken by all school districts in the United States, making sure that all students would...
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    • 27 to meet standards for success set forth by state and nation. ELLs come from a variety of cultures and backgrounds and with knowledge they attained from previous experience. As I started this project, like most teachers that want to make a...
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    • 28 6/18/14 This week my manager has been out of town so I’ve been taking some extra hours and responsibilities at work. I was in charge of working with our Owner’s Social, Chocolate Tasting Class, Sushi Making, Magic Show, and Dive-In Movie. It was...
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    • 28 own, had issues in their daily lives that sometimes prevented them from achieving. Unfortunately, some students come to school with many sad circumstances and issues that children their age should not have to deal with. I see this time and time...
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    • 3 Chapter 2 Literature Review The focus of this literature review was on adolescent ELLs in terms of reading struggles and comprehension in the American mainstream classroom and what can be done in the classroom to help meet their current needs. In...
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    • 33 Knutson, G.G. (1999, February 2). Alternative high schools: models for the future?. Retrieved from http://horizon.unc.edu/projects/HSJ/Knutson.html. Mata, E. (2011). Reason to hope. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 27(25), 16. Retrieved from...
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    • 45 pediatric medication calculations. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(2). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.proxy.li.suu.edu:2048/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer? vid=35&hid=8&sid=d1aade54-2390-40c0-b759-9c9619d05ff9%40sessionmgr4 Suinn, R....
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    • 6 with but the expectation is still there for them to pass all required tests at grade level as set forth by agencies at the local, state, and national levels. Literacy and Vocabulary Unfortunately, according to Kamil (2003), more than 25 percent...
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    • 7 Vocabulary struggles are hard enough for many native English students but for ELLs the struggle becomes more difficult, particularly for those students who enter school for the first time at a higher grade. Many times it looks as if students are...
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    • 77 Appendix A Course Syllabus Pine View Middle School Physical Education Intermediate Fitness, Participation Skills, Weight Training, Aerobics, Body Toning In the 8th and 9th grades, we will be working on skill development, knowledge of rules and...
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    • 81 What can you share with your extended family about what you have learned? What I see Dec 17-18 Well you made it to the end and now you are flying the nest and heading out on your own. What will you take from this class? Do you think fitness is...
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    • According to Hutchison, et al., digital texts require different skills and can be called a new literacy due to the novelty of reading and navigating them (2012). It’s important that teachers know how to teach these skills so students can learn the...

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