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The [commodity] producers and animal agriculture producers groups' top five emergent themes were almost identical, with only the fourth most saturated content theme differing.
Based on this discussion the titles of the content themes were decided and a sentence or two relating to each content theme was written up so that the first and second analysts were clear on the scope of each content theme and the kind of statements that should be coded within each content theme.
All social assets must have only one general content theme," he says.
This provides students multiple opportunities to practice around a content theme in multiple areas," Williamson says, "which leads to deeper student learning and more coherence.
Then he describes the 25 types, most categories combining a content theme and a geographical origin.
We regressed the use of each content theme on a set of predictor variables including grade level (using one dummy variable for middle schools and one for high schools), school size, professional staff per student, percentage of needy students in the school, the prior year's academic performance in reading and math, percentage of parental participation, size of community, percentage of students who were nonwhite, and whether there was a new principal in the school since the previous year.
This issue of CW follows through on a key content theme identified by IABC, and something that we know you care about: using communication to drive organizational performance.
The content theme was prevalent throughout the program as well.
A content theme is needed for these generic skills to be used and theme-based learning was chosen to be the medium for the project Key Learning Community (KLC).
In terms of content themes, the most common topic of focus was "career issues related to a specific culture, country, or population" (p.
managers, content calendars and content themes were created and have become the norm.

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