• Improving Teacher–Student Interaction in the English Classroom
    Title Improving teacher–student interaction in the English classroom Acknowledgement I would like to acknowledge all the students and the teachers from Newman Catholic College who helped and guided me to formulate my research topic, as well as, the process of carrying out the action plan. Abst...
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  • Student Should Mastering English
    1.0 Introduction Nowadays, lots of student in higher education in Malaysia faced problems in mastering English language and its impact on employability. English language is very important for many people without realizing, English is a source of livelihood. For example : a guide who work in a tou...
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  • Is It True That If a Student Excels at English, He or She Does Not Excel Much in Mathematics and Vice Versa?
    CHAPTER I Introduction Multiple Intelligences refer to the capability of a person to consume or learn about a variety of topics. It may have something to do with your linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal or naturalist ability. Most of...
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  • How to Read Like an Ap English Student
    How to Read Like an AP Student by the 2011 AP Classes Based upon the students’ readings throughout their high school tenure, these concepts were developed by the Advanced Placement English Literature classes at the completion of the 2011 school year. The AP students insisted that these concept...
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  • The Effectiveness of Extensive Reading Course at the English Department, State University of Malang, in Cultivating the Student’s Reading Strategies
    The Effectiveness of Extensive Reading Course at the English Department, State University of Malang, in Cultivating the Student’s Reading Strategies CHAPTER II REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 Extensive Reading The term "extensive reading" was originally used by Palmer (1917, quoted by Day and Bam...
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  • The Dark Night of the Soul What Changes Would Be Needed from the Point of View of a Student? the Following Research Paper Has the Objective of Defining Some Necessary Changes That Could Help to Improve English
    THE DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL What changes would be needed from the point of view of a student? The following research paper has the objective of defining some necessary changes that could help to improve English instruction in high schools and colleges since Miller clearly states that there is a...
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  • How Does a Gcse English Literature Student Come to Understand a Classic Novel Such as Frankenstein, and What Teaching Strategies for Framing and Critically Analysing the Text Can Be Truly Useful to the Student?
    How does a GCSE English Literature student come to understand a classic novel such as Frankenstein, and what teaching strategies for framing and critically analysing the text can be truly useful to the student? Large scale educational reform in the last decade or so has become a common and accepted...
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  • Scope and Limitations of Student Information System
    STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: 2008-2009 MANUAL Student Academic Affairs Office College of Education University of Illinois August 4, 2008 Prepared by Heather L. Johnson Baseler Technical Information Specialist ii SIS Manual: 2008-2009 T ABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT STUDENT INFORMA...
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  • Translation Strategies of Culture-Specific Items Turkish - English
    ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY Culture-specific Items and Translation Strategies -Fourth Company by Rıfat Ilgaz- Translated by Damian Croft Bayram ERKUL 2011 Introduction About the Author, the Translator and th...
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  • International Students’ English Speaking Competence and Three Different Kinds of Personalities at American Universities
    International Students’ English Speaking competence and Three Different Kinds of Personalities at American Universities A survey on “Wall street journal” shows that what the employers greatest expecting of business-school graduations. The number one is the ability of communication and interpe...
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  • Corrective Feedback Methods Used by a Native English Speaker Teacher and a Non-Native Teacher
    Corrective Feedback Use of a Native English Speaker Teacher and a Non-Native Teacher INTRODUCTION The importance and benefits of corrective feedback have been debated in many aspects in SLA field. Most of the teachers take correcting errors as their responsibility. There is no doubt that the fir...
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  • Teaching Vocabulary to Young English Learners
    Teaching English vocabulary to young learners A crucial component of learning a foreign language is the acquisition of vocabulary. For young learners, the very first words that they acquire could lay the profound basis for a better later learning of the children. This study is intended to...
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  • The Effectiveness of Using Ict in Teaching English
    The Effectiveness of Using ICT in Teaching English ABSTRACT This research is aim to establish the effectiveness of using ICT in improving English knowledge among the Year Six students. Particularly, this research will investigate to what extent the effectiveness of using ICT in language teachi...
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  • Important of English Language
    How do you learn how to speak English very fast? Is it possible to accelerate your English speaking ability? Is it possible to make massive improvements in only 2-3 months? The answer is yes. But of course, to make massive improvements requires massive intensity and effort. So, how can you do it? Ho...
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  • Difficulties in Learning the English Language
    Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila College of Engineering and Technology Difficulties in Learning the English Language: An Inquiry A Research Paper presented to Prof. Iryl Nungay, MALL Professor, College of Liberal Arts Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requ...
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  • For English Essays
    Oxford University Press Walton Street, Oxford 0X2 6DP Oxford New York Auckland Bangkok Buenos Aires Cape Town Chennai Dar es Salaam Delhi Hong Kong Istanbul Karachi Kolkata Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Mumbai Nairobi São Paulo Shanghai Singapore Taipei Tokyo Toronto with an associated...
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  • Effect of Internet on Student Academic Performance
    Syracuse University SUrface Child and Family Studies - Dissertations David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics 12-1-2011 E Effects of Internet Use on Academic Achievement and Behavioral Adjustment among South Korean Adolescents: Mediating and Moderating Roles of Parental Factors S...
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  • English Language Teaching Methods
    Introduction According to Definitions.net, teaching method is defined as the principles and methods of instruction. Whereas, according to Claudine Kirsch in her book ‘Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School’, language teaching method is a comprehensive approach that helps teachers to...
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  • A History of English Literature
    Chapter I: literature of the middle ages A. ANGLO- Saxon period (5th - 10th centuries) During the first five centuries of our era and long before that, Britain was inhabited by a people called Kelts, who lived in tribes. Britain’s history is considered to begin in the 5th century, when it was i...
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  • Bilingual Ed vs English Immersion
    Bilingual Education vs. English Immersion Since the mid 1900’s there has been a debate as to which form of teaching is most effective for English Language Learners (ELL), Bilingual Education or English Immersion. In a Bilingual Education classroom the students are taught primarily in their nat...
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