• History
    Correlation study of physics achievement, learning strategy, attitude and gender in an introductory physics course Abstract This study investigates the relationship between multiple predictors of physics achievement including reported use of four learning strategy clusters (elaboration, organization...
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  • Literacy
    illiteracy and aliteracy. See also: * Basic Writing * Communication * International Literacy Day * Orality * Phonics * Reading * Secondary Orality * Speech * Spelling * Writing Etymology: From the Latin, "letter" Observations: * "Literacy is a human right...
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  • DTLLS Applying theories and principles
    analyse some of the factors which can affect learning and achievement and how these theories can be applied to inclusive learning. 1.1 Analyse the factors that can affect learning and achievement. There are many factors that affect the learning and achievements of students. These factors may be considered...
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  • reading difficulties
    127-Developmental ReadingREADING DIFFICULTIES AMONG CHILDREN” September 2012 iTABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Title Page i Table of Contents ii I. INTRODUCTION 1 II. OBJECTIVES 1 III. READINGS/DISCUSSION...
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  • The Effectiveness of Parental Involvement for Improving the Academic Performance of Elementary
    407-737-2571 email : cnye@mail.ucf.edu2 1.0 BACKGROUND The role of parents has long been thought to be centrally important to the academic achievement of their children. However, this role had neither been analyzed nor systematically studied using an experimental design until the 1960’s. ...
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  • A Critical Review on the “Relations of Television Viewing and Reading: Findings from a 4-Year Longitudinal Study
    the study entitled “Relations of Television Viewing and Reading: Findings From a 4-Year Longitudinal Study”. As stated in the article, the study aims to determine the long-term effects of television viewing on the development of children’s reading competencies. After conducting scientific processes and...
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  • Goals of Academic Studies and Ways of Attaining Them
    starting with elementary schools to universities and educational institutes. Academic study is acknowledged to be a vast contributor to scholars’ achievements in learning new topics whether in their field of study or outside their respected field of study. Never the less, students and scholars are set...
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  • comparative study of attitude and achievement in physics and English
    Comparative study of attitude and achievement in physics and English The quality of students’ performance remains at top priority for educators. In the Philippines the status of science education particularly in the basic education level, seems to lag behind other countries in the world in various...
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  • Assess the View That Ethnic Differences in Educational Achievement Are Primarily the Result of External Factors.
    Assess the view that ethnic differences in educational achievement are primarily the result of external factors. It has been found that someone’s ethnicity can have an effect on their educational achievement, as in 2006 73% of pupils of Indian origin gained 5 A*– C passes at GCSE compared with 56%...
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  • Basic Early Childhood Literacy
    to regularly monitor the development of early literacy and early reading skills DIBELS are comprised of seven measures to function as indicators of phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, accuracy and fluency with connected text, reading comprehension, and vocabulary. DIBELS were designed for use in...
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  • Self-Motivation
    Whether in a dramatic "rags to riches" story or in our day-to-day struggles with our work, weight or habits, motivation is the factor that makes one work until the desired results are obtained. Motivation keeps you in high spirits and prevents you from getting discouraged when you face minor setbacks...
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  • Stadardized Test
    NCLB legislation from the Bush administration promised that all children would be held to the same high standards in core subjects such as math and reading, and school districts would get funding from the government to force children to take these tests, and if schools did poorly, they would be slapped...
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  • Trwu66 Tr
    the amount of child reading is increasing, the amount of breadth reading also increasing which increasing the reading achievement. A reciprocal relationship will happened if the children do not read. Therefore, we can conclude that the main determination of reading achievement is MOTIVATION. TYPE...
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  • Blacks in medical school
    typically addressed issues of achievement and attainment segmentally and did not adequately model the cumulative effects. The aim of this work is to model African-American students’ college transition trajectory, and explore various achievement and attainment influential factors in light of prior research...
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  • Does Shortening School Days Impact Students
    results suggest that student academic achievement has not been hurt by the change in schedule. Instead, the evidence indicates that the adoption a four-day school week shares a positive and often statistically significant relationship with performance in both reading and mathematics; the math results...
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  • apa saja boleh
    Students English Achievement of The Second Year Students of SMA 3 Makassar (Mustakim)    5. Improving the Reading Comprehension of The Second Semester Students of PIKIH Program of UIN Alauddin Makassar (Wahyuni Arif)    6. The Application of Graphic Organizer Method in Improving Reading Comprehension...
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  • Role of TV
    A. Introduction 6/19/01 8:35 AM The Role of Television Viewing in the Development of Reading Comprehension 1 Paul van den Broek University of Minnesota A. Introduction 1. Problems and Objectives Television occupies a large portion of American children's time. Starting in preschool, children...
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  • Achievement Gaps
    Achievement Gaps Reading, writing and the ability to solve simple mathematical problems are a part of the necessary tools needed to survive in America. Consequently, such learning tools are used numerous times throughout the day without recognition. However, reading, writing and basic knowledge...
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  • Abstract Dissertations
    ABA96-39904  THE EFFECTS OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION AND OTHER SELECTED VARIABLES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF ADULT STUDENTS IN MATHEMATICS AND READING (CAI)  Author: BURTON, BEATRICE SPENCER  Degree: ED.D.  Year: 1995  Corporate Source/Institution: GRAMBLING STATE UNIVERSITY (1195)  Major Professor:...
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  • Education Reform in the Washington D.C. School District: an Intervention for Washington D.C. Schools
    and Secondary Education Act, established a lofty goal of decreasing the achievement gap of all learners nationwide. Insufficient data exists to clearly demonstrate the federal law has achieved its goal. A number of family factors such as a household income below poverty level, non-English primary home...
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