• Reseatch Analysis
    would have been helpful to have some kind of assessment in all of the classrooms to see in which environment the students gained more from. We have nothing to go off of but observations by Pierce. Findings Janet Pierce found that power constructs were visible while observing the ESL classrooms...
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  • Action Research for Esl Students
    any time outside regular classroom instructional time. The average time for observation duration was 34 minutes for each class. The data was retrieved from three different content levels of ESL and ELL students consisting of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. The class breakdown...
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  • Esl vs Mainstreem
    students for the sample group because they represented the predominant group in the ESL program. Her study consisted of 315 hours of classroom observations, samples of homework, samples of schoolwork, school records, and 38 formal interviews. What Harklau found was that there were two...
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  • observation report
     TASK 2 CHECKLIST PRIMARY ESL CLASSROOM OBSERVATION REPORT INTRODUCTION The current curriculum is designed to meet the mission and vision of education philosophy in order to produce productive citizens which focusing on pupils in school as early as in primary stage...
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  • Interview with a Teacher
    Title : Classroom Observation/ Teacher Interview Teaching English as Second Language(TESL) is something which I was planning to do since last year. When this word "Teaching" comes into mind, I feel the enthusiasm and passion to spread all the knowledge I have. This passion inspired me more...
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  • Computers
    can be to integrate the education process with the technology in the classroom environment. The writer endeavors reflecting the realities about the use of the computers in education via observations and interviews made in different grades. She focuses on the meaning of becoming literate in...
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  • Error Correction in Second Language Writing
    situated in the Brisbane metropolitan district. In this study, two ESL teachers and two groups of adult intermediate L2 students were interviewed and observed. The beliefs and practices of the teachers were elicited through interviews and classroom observations. The preferences of L2 students were...
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  • Competitivitatea in Turism
    Micro-teaching Observation Simulation Role Play Discussion Studying (lecture, reading) It is clear that the source of the knowledge allows the learner to develop a different type of knowledge about teaching. The knowledge that develops from classroom teaching may...
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  • Focus on the Learner
    Focus on the Learner Each teacher must deal with a class - a group of individuals with different needs often growing out of their different linguistic and cultural backgrounds. ESL students have widely different needs, because of differences in cultural background, age, and previous education...
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  • Embracing Students in Programs of English as a Second Language: a Field Based Study of the English as a Second Language Program in Como-Pickton Independent School District (C-Pisd)
    teachers, and three middle schools. In this study, she did observations of the classrooms, the teachers, and went even as far as interviewing the students and parents. The purpose of the classroom observations was to “collect information about the ESL instructional programs in which the students...
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  • In Service Teacher and Teacher Learning
    Abstract This study explores the experience of in-service teachers on how they evaluate their students and how they evaluate their own teaching in Malaysia English as Second Language (ESL) classroom. The study also investigates how teachers improve themselves and how they upgrade themselves...
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  • Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research
    ). Disputes in child L2 learning. TESOL Quarterly 35 (2), 257-278. van Lier, L. (1988). The classroom and the language learner. New York: Longman. van Lier, L. (1997). Observation from an ecological perspective. TESOL Quarterly, 22, 783-87. Watson-Gegeo, K. (1988). Ethnography in ESL: Defining the...
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  • Field Experience
    Text and Image Section For my Field Experience Project, I chose to incorporate a lesson for a Kindergarten general education classroom. There are several diverse characteristics of students. The class has a total of sixteen students. Eight students are ESL (English Second Language). Ten...
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  • An Article Critique of Peter Serdyukov's Can Balanced Bilingualism Be Achieved in a Multicultural Society? Second and First Language Implications
    states earlier methods of teaching ESL, EFL, and FL in various contexts and, from this, he goes on to produce alternatives. To be positive, his alternatives are based on observation of the classroom and historical events with students/immigrants of ESL, EFL, and FL and earlier methods: association...
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  • Classroom Observations
    Running head: ESL CLASSROOM OBSERVATION ESL Classroom Observations # 1 & 2 Kimberly Moreno New Jersey City University: MCC 611/612 Observation #1 On February 20, 2013, I observed a sophomore advanced bilingual US History 1 class. The class is composed of 8 boys and 3 girls. The...
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  • Pronunciation
    . Using Multimedia Tools in ESL classroom is important for both teachers and learners. Multimedia Tools can handle a range of activities and carry out programmed functions at amazing speed. They can check exercises after they are done; move students gradually from easier to more difficult exercises...
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  • Case Study
    classroom in a primary school in Australia. The research employs an ethnographical case study methodology with data collected from observation, interview and documentation. 56 Year 7 students and two classroom teachers from two classes and the school ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher were...
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  • Linguistic Research Paper
    that this population is growing two and half times faster than that of native English-speaking students” (Shore). Not only do many teachers find themselves unprepared for the recent influx in the numbers of English Language Learners in sheltered ESL classrooms, but also in mainstream classrooms as...
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  • Reflection Paper
    solved the problem. In Mr. Rodriguez’s class, I work with the two ESL students which they have difficulty understanding the wording used to explain the problem and what is the problem asking them to solve for. Every time I go into the classroom they are so happy to see me because they will start...
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  • Common Errors in English Language Learning and Use - the Philippine Context
    For half a decade, I have spent significant time working with and studying English as Second Language (ESL) learners in several contexts – online, corporate, and academic. In the course of interfacing with these different types of students, several interesting features arise in the study of the...
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