Research Papers On Teaching English to ESL Students Research Proposal
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Teaching English to ESL Students Research Proposal
A 7 page research paper that summaries and discusses three articles on strategies for teaching English Language Learners (ELLs). Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 15 page proposal for a research study, which includes a table of content and an abstract as part of this page total. This proposal describes a study that would examine the success or failure of inclusion at the high school level by examining the attitudes of general education teachers and special education teachers as to whether or not inclusion programs are meeting the needs of all students and can, therefore, be classified as successful. The page count also includes suggestions as to proposed methodology and instrumentation. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
A 6 page research paper that includes a 1 page abstract. This research offers a limited review of the literature pertaining to the national debate concerning the value and effectiveness of bilingual education versus the methodology varied by those who opposed bilingual education, those advocating "English-only" or "English-immersion." The writer defines the parameters of this debate and then reviews the results of a number of recent studies on English-learner instruction, before offering a personal position on these issues. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 3 page research paper that reports on special education and the disability studies approaches for teaching students with disabilities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 3 page paper completes a form for a student, outlining a proposal to investigate the way organizational culture may be changed to improve customer service. The paper presets the idea, the main research questions and an outline of the methodology.
A 20 page paper that presents a qualitative research proposal for investigating sleep disorders, their symptoms, consequences, and treatments. The purpose of this study is to provide counselors with ideas and treatments when can use with their clients who have sleep-wake disorders. This is a qualitative research study because the researcher wants to gain information and understand the disorders and how to treat them. Justification of the use of qualitative research designs is included in this report. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
A 10 page paper that includes these sections: abstract, stimulus statement and topic, teacher competence to teach multicultural education, what we know about technology and student achievement and technology in pre-service multicultural education classes, what we do not know and recommendations. There are many suppositions that make good sense about the value of technology when teaching multicultural lessons but there seems to be very little empirical evidence. Data are provided for studies where technology was used with ELL and disadvantaged students for math and writing. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
This 4 page paper provides an overview of Scott Warner's article Teaching Design: Taking the First Steps. This paper outlines the fact that Warner believes that it is valuable for educators to teach students how to think as if they were designers, and relates the process of teaching technology education through design as a definitive methodology for science and technology. Bibliography lists 1 source.
9 page presentation of an educational program designed by the writer to teach adolescents how to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS. Includes comprehensive test continuing multiple choice, true/false, matching and short-answer essays to test student's knowledge. Rationales are provided for each of the questions to explain how each of them tests to ensure that students have achieved one of five program goals by correctly answering them. Useful for those studying curriculum/instruction and classroom teaching. Bibliography contains 5 sources.
This 10 page report discusses Howard Gardner’s theories of multiple intelligences and how they apply in teaching disabled students. Gardner, of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, asserts that in order for students to utilize their MI, students need to have various tasks where they can employ their underdeveloped intelligences. The theory also suggests that thematic teaching enhances multiple intelligences and allows students to use and strengthen various types of intelligence and skills. All of the aspects of multiple intelligences also apply in teaching disabled students. Bibliography lists 7 sources.