• Negative Attitudes and Poor Learning Habits of Students
    Both Holt (1997, cited in Gardner 2005:59-63) and Rothenberg (1969, cited in Gardner 2005:68-72) suggest that teachers have contributed to the negative attitudes and poor learning habits of students. Both writers suggest that student¡¦s poor direction of viewing and bad habits of learning is due t
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  • Reading Habits of Malaysian Executives
    READING HABITS OF MALAYSIAN EXECUTIVES ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to examine the reading habits and interests of urban working professionals, executives and managers in the Klang Valley. With an overall insight into the reading behaviour of this group, it is greatly hoped that ther
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  • The Effect of the Reading Recovery Program on Children with Reading and Learning Difficulties
    The purpose of this essay is to explain the effectiveness of the reading recovery program (RR) on students with reading and or learning disabilities (RD or LD). The studies reviewed looked at students who were at-risk for LD, who had RD, or who had a severe reading difficulty. The studies revealed t
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  • Poor Study Habits
    Poor Study Habits All too often, students perform poorly in school simply because they lack good study habits. In many cases, students don't know where to begin, don't fully understand the material, are not motivated by it, or feel that there was too much work given to them with too little time t
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  • Need Analysis on the Effect of Math Anxiety Among Secondary School Children in Nigeira
    UNIVERISTY OF PORT-HARCOURT DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM STUDIES AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (MATHEMTICS OPTION Med) TOPIC NEEDS ANALYSIS THE EFFECT OF MATHS ANXIETY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT IN PORT-HARCOURT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF RIVERS STATE BY NNEAMAKA ONAIFOH MARY Background of
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  • Part-1: Epidemiological Survey for the Prevalence of Obesity in School Children and Prevention of Early Diabetes and Cardiovascular Syndromes by Administration of Herbal Product.
    Original Article Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity in Indian Adolescent School Going children : Its relationship with Socioeconomic Status and Associated Lifestyle Factors ramesh K Goyal, Vitthaldas N Shah, Banshi D Saboo, Sanjiv r Phatak, Navneet N Shah, mukesh c Gohel, Prashad B raval, Sneh
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  • Self-Efficacy and the Effects of Poverty on School Children
    After reading chapter 10 in my educational psychology book and learning about Albert Bandura and his Social Cognitive Theory, I knew that I had to report on self-efficacy, but I also wanted to make sure to touch on the effects of poverty that has been discussed throughout the book as well. Poverty i
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  • Poor Study Habits
    108 Alipato High School Students’ Reasoning Skills and Their Study Habits and Attitude Towards Learning Maricris B. Acido Introduction A major task of education programs is to come up with guidelines and tools to enable students to learn effectively. This is to ensure that students are abl
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  • Poor Study Habits: Hindrance to Academic Excellence
    De La Salle University - Dasmariñas College of Business Administration In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for ENGL103 POOR STUDY HABITS: HINDRANCE TO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Almario, Geraldine Bagalayos, Maria Venus Bajar, Ruth Diama, Irene Myka Escasinas, Vilma Pr
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  • Obesity in School Children
    Obesity in school children Children develop within a set framework and grow according to the levels of exercise and nutrition available to them as well as their particular genetic nature. In affluent countries such as Australia this growth can be affected by the lack of exercise and the consumption
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  • Poor Reading Culture Among Nigerians
    Poor Reading Culture among Nigerians The way of life of a nation is influenced by the percentage of its citizen who are literate. Cuba, for example, is adjacent to the US and has the highest rate of literacy in the world. This is among the reasons why Cuba has a vibrant economy despite decades
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  • Internet Use and Reading Habits of Higher Institution Students
    Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS) 3 (1): 11-15 Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS) 3(1):11-15 (ISSN:2141-6990) © Scholarlink Research Institute Journals, 2012 (ISSN: 2141-6990) jeteraps.scholarlinkresearch.o
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  • Literary Review Reading Habits of Executives
    Marketing Management – I Literature Review for the topic “Reading Habits of Executives” Term-1 Section : F Ayush Kumar Anshika Maheshwari Sarveshwar Inani Vedprakash Meshram Utkarsh Gupta Yogesh Meena Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Executive Summary In today’s I
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  • An Assesment of Indomie Noodles Tv Commercials on School Children
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The assessment of Indomie noodles TV commercials among children is diverse and it has attracted or resulted to this research. Television as a means of communication is widely believed to be the most persuasive and effective medium. This is f
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  • Rationale Poor Study Habits
    RATIONALE This project helps to explain the main reasons behind of having poor study habits of college students specifically at the University of Cebu Lapu-lapu and Mandaue. The objectives of the this project were to find out the reason of student improper study behaviour, to identify aspects of
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  • Action Research: Poor Reading and Writing Among Students
    Introduction An action research is any systematic inquiry conducted by teacher researchers, principals, school counselors, or other stakeholders in the teaching/learning environment, to gather information about the ways that their particular schools operate, how they teacher, and how well their
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  • Reasons Why Parents Should Read Aloud with Children
    Reasons Why Parents Should Read Aloud to Children One of the greatest gifts that a parent can bestow upon a child is the gift of literacy. Reading is a wonderful pastime, and the key to unlocking many academic puzzles. Parents should read aloud to children as part of a regular routine, one that
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  • A Tale of Two Schools: How Poor Children Are Lost to the World
    A Tale of Two Schools: How Poor Children Are Lost to the World Jonathan Kozol wrote a book titled Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools. A Tale of Two Schools: How Poor Children Are Lost to the World is an excerpt from the book. The excerpt tells the story of two high schools in the
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  • And the Poor Get Children
    And the Poor Get Children By: Lee Rainwater This text heavily discusses different factors that contribute to couples having children. They include married couples decision making ability when faced with hardships in terms of monetary comfort. Rainwater also brings up the fact that sexual inte
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  • Health Concerns of Pre-School Aged Children of Low Socioeconomic Status: Poor Nutrition
    Health Concerns of Pre-School Aged Children of Low Socioeconomic Status: Poor Nutrition Children who live in poverty face many mental and physical health problems: “higher mortality rate due to infections, dental caries, chronic ear infections, mental retardation, learning disabilities, and poor
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