Failure in reading has frequently been associated with emotional problems, and, in turn, emotional problems have been attributed to reading failure and reading difficulty. Social adjustment, too, have been related to reading problems. In many cases, intense emotional strain and reading
Nowadays as a result of globalization, people worldwide have more reasons to learn foreign languages. Together with the spread of foreign language teaching and learning is the development of theories on second language acquisition. One of the main issues of these theories is the i
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE
The problem of low achievement from the elementary to the tertiary level of our educational system has led the educators and planners to embark programs to raise the quality of education. Observers from all sectors commented that schools ar
Review of Related Literature and Studies
This chapter presents the reviewed literature and studies related to pupils performance in assessments. Related literature and studies are taken from published and unpublished materials.
Pupils who have mastered the skills wo
The factors that influence the acquisition of a second language
Some students learn a new language more quickly and easily than others. This simple fact is known by all who have themselves learned a second language or taught those who are using their second language in school. Clearly
When we take a serious look at the education of America's youth, it becomes immediately evident that there is much work to be done (Reglin, 2002). Too many children in schools across the United States are struggling with reading. Demographic factors such as poverty, racial and ethnic
Learning and Individual Differences 20 (2010) 579–592
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Culture, motivation, and reading achievement: High school students
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AS DETERMINANTS OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
Adekoya Emmanuel Olusegun
This study investigated the influence of psychosocial factors on the achievement secondary school students in mathematics. The variables that were a
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Achievement of students in schools has been the concern of school authorities. Several solutions have been offered in order to improve the quality of instruction. Some of these prove to be effective for some time, but lat
Using material from Item A and elsewhere, assess the view that factors and processes within the school are the main cause of differences in the educational achievement of different social groups.
A person’s social class, ethnicity and gender have a major contribution to how a student...
This study was conducted to determine the factors which motivate workers. It was limited to the perceptions of the full-time employees randomly selected by surveyconsole.com. A two-page questionnaire was administered to collect primary data. The collected data was analyzed an
HSM 220 Week 4 Checkpoint: INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
Herzberg and his colleagues divided work into two factors that they called motivating factors and hygiene factors.
Motivating factors included items such as personal growth in competence, achievement, responsibility, and recognitio
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Employee motivation and job satisfaction have always been an important issue in an organization, but few organizations have not made motivation and job satisfaction top priorities or even neglected the issue at times. The failure of th
Check Point Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Intrinsic motivation factors are needed to motivate employees to want to be great at what they do in order to be noticed by superiors so they might advance or be promoted within the organization.
Some examples of intrinsic or motivating factor wou
Factors Driving Employee Satisfaction and motivation
- study based on different industrial sectors
Shuchi Selot1, 2, Nidhi Puranik1, 2 and Hema Singh*, 2
Human Resource is the most crucial asset for any organization. Our objective is to determine various factors which play vital role in deriv
Compare Relationship Between Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation
USP MBA Program - Presentation – Trimester 1 – 2011 by Group 8 Members Mukhtar Ahmed Nitesh Chandra ; Gabriel Pen ; Ateca C. Vakatora ; Devina R. Rao ; Salote Naulivou
To define motivation To define Intrinsic and E
June 19, 2011
In this paper, the author describes personal motivation factors of students that influence the learning process both in and out of the classroom. Motivation can be intrinsic or extrinsic. Many theori
FACTORS AFFECTING ATTRITION AND STRATEGIES OF RETENTION
Why Do People leave Jobs?
There are various factors that affect an individual’s decision to leave a job. While an employee’s leaving the job is considered attrition by one organization, it is looked at as talent acquisition by the new
There is a substantial research base, mainly in mainstream education, acknowledging that teachers have a great impact on student achievement. However, as far as we know, little if any empirical evidence exists to enable us to determine which set of English as a foreign language (EFL) teach