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    • '43 Headed by Milt JoIIey, the freshman have come through the year with plenty of spirit and representation in every field. They success-fully promoted the College Prom and have been together for many special good times. They participated in the...
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    • 11 in their first language (L1); however, this is not always the case. Cooter (2006) describes the American Idol star, Fantasia Barrino, who recently wrote a memoir entitled Life Is Not a Fairy Tale (2005) that tells of her experiences as an...
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    • 120 Name'--- _ Class Period _ TAU.YSHEET FOR LEARNING S1YLEASSESSMENT Li.r b..-lll... ~·"ur IlL,n,bcT re'l'O'1lOC rur~·a..·la 9,...llt'iorl nil til" appl'''''Pri3l'l:'' line, (1:01' ......;1I\1J'L.- if~"lIT rc"!:,,,.1lOC t" #I ".~ .1, puc...
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    • 16 letters out of body movements, or participating in a clapping game with a partner. Energizers are a playful way to incorporate physical activity and mental stimulation into tightly packed school days (Erlauer, 2003). Most energizers can be incorpo...
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    • 21 As stated by McCoog (2007), interpersonal students and math usually do not mix. These learners are more focused on people and their opinions. Teacher can use this to his or her advantage with a simple statistic lesson. A group of...
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    • 23 rocks and the world around him/her (Douglas, et.al., 2008). “Charles Darwin and Carl Sagan are are well known for their naturalist intelligences” (Shepard, 2004, p. 215). Having a camera to document information that can later be transferred...
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    • 28 Question 7: Finally, what do you think are the most important considerations for people involved in creating and providing service opportunities to think about? What are the most important elements of designing these experiences for you...
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    • 30 motivation to read and have been shown to improve students’ reading levels and performance on tests. Book clubs can provide new exposures to reading opportunities that many students have not been exposed to in the past. Diversity is welcomed...
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    • 31 Table 4.1 Good Readers Table 4.2 Reasons for Being a Good Reader Group S Group M Group L Reasons for Being a Good Reader - Read fast and fluently - Read bigger words - No problem - Read a lot - Understand most words - Know where to stop - Read...
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    • 4 1 Templeton, Shane (2003). Spelling: Best Ideas=Best Practices. Voices From the Middle 10(4), 48-49. USOE - Common Core - Common Core State Standards Resources. (n.d.). Utah State Office of Education - USOE - Welcome. Retrieved November 30, 2011,...
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    • 50 are the best way for a visual/spatial learner to learn (Utah State Office of Education, n.d.) (see Figure 4.5). 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Tally Points Students' Self-Assessed Visual/Spatial Learning Style...
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    • 51 no longer think reading is a waste of time like I used to”. S7 stated, “Reading before was boring, but it is really great now”. S8 stated, “At first I didn’t know how to pick a good book, so it was hard to find good books. Then I went...
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    • 55 each reading assignment, S6 also commented in her reading journal that “if you don’t read the book and then you want to talk about the book, if you haven’t read the book, you won’t know what anyone is talking about. But, if you read, you...
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    • 58 modifications to assist the learner. Before making a referral, the teacher had the benefit of talking with other professionals, one of which being the special educator, to determine ways to enhance her own teaching and begin adapting and...
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Introduction The primary goal of a teacher is to create and deliver meaningful instruction in order to help students acquire knowledge and skills related to academic content objectives. Disruptive classroom behavior...

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