• Abstract Dissertations
    , the thesis identifies specific aspects of curriculum where appropriate changes could result in improvement of the programme, provided that the extrinsic factors are suitably dealt with. ORDER NO: ABA96-08186  POETRY AS INSTRUCTIONAL TEXT IN AN URBAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DEVELOPMENTAL READING AND...
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  • The Effectiveness of Parental Involvement for Improving the Academic Performance of Elementary
    potential source of discrepancies in findings across studies relates to the outcomes measured. Specifically, a variety of dependent variables have been reported in studies on parental involvement including reading achievement (Epstein, 1987; 1991; Tizard, Schofield, & Hewison, 1982...
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  • Motivation
    consider intrinsic and extrinsic factors when looking at achievement goals as somebody’s goal may be to get the best job possible (extrinsic) whilst others may wish to have an in-depth knowledge of their subject (intrinsic). 2) “Do Undergraduates Motives for Studying Change as they Progress through...
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  • Factors That Affecting Learning Achievement of English
    can affect student’s attitude toward the language. * PROBLEM STATEMENT In the research we did, we found a number of problems associated with student achievement factors in UNIKL IPROM. As we know, English has become the language used in all organizations. Throughout our research, we found...
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  • apa saja boleh
    . The Application of Dictoyloss Teaching Strategy in Improving The 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...
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  • Management Practices Theories
    academically handicapped students, teachers using peer coaching, teachers planning cooperatively, and parent involvement in the school. After the first year of implementation, students in cooperative elementary schools had significantly higher achievement in reading vocabulary. After the second year, students...
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  • peer group influence
    socially, morally, psychologically and otherwise. The peer group maybe a dominant factor to consider in academic achievement of students in school. Acceptance by the group depends on the conformity. The influence of peers can be both positive and negative. On the positive side, it can serve as an...
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  • Intelligence and Assessment
    disabilities. The Wechsler contains eight composite areas of Oral Language, Total Reading, Basic Reading, Reading Comprehension and Fluency, Written Expression, Mathematics, Math Fluency, and Total Achievement, along with 16 subtests of Listening Comprehension, Oral Expression, Early Reading Skills...
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  • Improving Student Achievment
    . This framework presents a systems-based approach to considering factors related to school achievement by identifying home, school-level, and classroom-level variables and showing how they are interrelated. Home Context Variables Hattie (2009) identified three context variables related to the home...
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  • comparative study of attitude and achievement in physics and English
    this rubrics then, one may conclude that Filipino students have not achieved mastery of Science and English (National Statistical Coordination Board 2007). The abovementioned observations of the poor student achievement triggered educational researchers worldwide to continuously determine factors...
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  • response
    of the early canon placed there by their literary achievements or were there any other factors? Was it just a lets throw some women in there or is there a literary and academic quality to their work that makes them on par with their male counterparts? And vice versa. Are the males in the canon...
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  • Obesity
    among boys. In sum, a stronger degree of stigma and consequently more severe problems suggest a larger obesity penalty in academic achievement for girls than boys. 6 Despite these initial observations, a few arguments suggest that obesity may be a marker rather than a causal factor. First, any...
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  • Education Reform in the Washington D.C. School District: an Intervention for Washington D.C. Schools
    educational and academic progress. Research has identified a variety of factors that are related to the achievement gap – students’ racial and economic background, their parents’ education level, their access to high-quality preschool instruction, school funding, the school environment, and...
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  • Literacy
    voices, we lose the potential for constructing serious reform. Emerging Directions If students are to achieve high literacy standards, evidence strongly suggests that what teachers know and can do is one of the more important factors influencing student achievement. (Darling-Hammond, 1999, p. 228...
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  • Does Gender Play a Role in Academic Success?
    inequality within our educational systems. The main identifiable factor in determining educational achievement, the AAUW suggests, is income. Research conducted by National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, indicates that test scores are consistently better for those students who come from a...
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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...
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  • reading difficulties
    dysfunction 5 2. Heredity 6 3. Environmental factors 6 D. Ways to prevent reading difficulties 7 1. Influencing parents and family 7 ii 2. Teaching parents to teach children 8 3. Developing phonological awareness 8 IV. CONCLUSION 9 V...
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  • Boys’ Underachievement in English and Literacy
    paired and group work, oral preparation, drama, roleplay and hot seating and discussion of character showed ‘ Marked improvement in the pace and structure of their story writing.’ ( Younger, M, and Warrington, M. Raising Boys’ Achievement (2005)). Other factors that have been identified show that in...
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  • Trwu66 Tr
    *If 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...
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  • Effects of NCLB on School Administrators
    “fault” of any group of students, their achievement is a factor, due to the provisions of NCLB. The presence of NCLB and related accountability-related legislation has greatly altered the job duties of school administrators. In one regard, administrators benefit from being given the objective...
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