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    • the county south of a line from Ennch to 'Ford or Sahara,' and are to perform regular missionary work, tracting and preaching, and meeting with the people primarily who are non-Mormon and deliver them the message that you are doing over there. We...
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    • 26 One of the co-authors of Treasures is Dr. Jana Echevarria, a professor of educational psychology who specializes in bilingual education and is an expert in teaching ELLs. Echevarria (2005) stated, “In order to tailor instruction appropriately,...
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    • 74 Davis, B. H., Resta, V., Davis, L.L., & Camacho, A. (2001). Novice teachers learn about literature circles through collaborative action research. Journal of Reading Education, v 26 n3, 1-6. Demos, E.D., & Foshay, J.D., (2010). Engaging the...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 15 I do have personal experience with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I also claim a certain amount of academic expertise associated with the disorder through years of...
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    • Figure 14: Frequency of Writing on iPads in Language Arts-Teachers Results: As illustrated in Figure 14, two of the responding teachers reported using iPads once a week, two reported using the iPad twice a week, one reported three times weekly and...
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    • 75 Guthrie, J.T., (2001). Contexts for engagement and motivation in reading. Reading Online, 4(8). Retrieved from: http://www.readingonline.org/articles/handbook/guthrie/ Guthrie, J.T., Wigfield, A. Metsala, J.L, & Cox, K. E. (1999) Motivational...
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    • 28 Internet in the home or somewhere in their communities. Immigrant families and low-SES families might feel more of a need to own a computer rather than to have a television. There are many reasons for this, but it is obvious that these families...
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    • 76 McRae, A., & Guthrie, J. T., (2009). Promoting reasons for reading: Teacher practices that impact motivation. Hiebert, E. H. (Ed.) (2009) Reading more, reading better. (p. 71) NY, NY: Guilford Press Mcpherson, K. (2007). Harry potter and the...
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    • 33 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING CHAPTER 4 Results The purpose of this project was to design, develop, and deliver an in-­‐school training presentation to the teaching staff at Monroe Elementary School in Sevier School District. In order to complete...
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    • 66 Appendix G 1. Academic performance is the most important element of a public charter school. 2. School instructional model is the most important element of a public school. 3. I chose this school because of its performance on annual...
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    • 26 Turning Point is a therapeutic treatment facility that has a contract with Iron County School District (ICSD). The district is required to provide teachers and supplies for the purpose of instructing an average of 25 students per school year....
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    • 77 Schiefele, U., (1999). Interest and learning from text. Scientific Studies of Reading, 3, 257-279. Serafini, F. (2000). Before the conversations become “grand”. The California Reader, 33(3), 19-24 Stringer, S.A., Mollineaux, B. (2003) Removing...
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    • 34 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Each of the educators was asked if they felt they had the necessary training to implement inclusion effectively. Twelve of the educators (86%) felt that they did not have the training necessary to implement inclusion...
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    • 67 Appendix H 1. Academic performance is the most important element of a public charter school. 2. School instructional model is the most important element of a public school. 3. I chose this school because of its performance on annual...
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    • General wiu cxaruiuir~g title to pass on the sale, he found the restrict11e tion in the abstract. As soon as the descendants of Lehi heard of the discrepancy, they simply signed the property over to the college as a donation. In 1923, the railroad...
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    • 30 English language proficiency and literacy skills, and were based on a 5-point scale: pre-emergent = 1, emergent = 2, intermediate = 3, advanced = 4, and fluent = 5. Table 1 Student Participant Selection Based on CRT and UALPA Scores CRT...
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    • 6 Department Weber Stake Academy 1893-6; Prin. Gunnison Seminary 1896; Prin. Gunnison Public Schools 1897 to 1903; Prin. Fountain Green Public Schools 1903-4 Present position since 1904. MENZIES MACFARLANE, Biology. *Principal Santa Clara...

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