• A Case Study on the Impact of Reading Remediation Instruction to the Non-Reader Pupils of Sun Valley Elementary School:
    / Reading Assistance Program/ Remediation Classes / Intensified Remedial Reading to children in the frustration reading level by teachers or class advisers. There is a need to conduct this study to assess the reading abilities of the pupils in SVES, to identify the reasons why they were left behind and...
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  • An Emerging Issue in Higher Education
    remediation, teacher background, and the ethnic makeup of our high schools. The data analyses indicated a strong relationship between race and remediation exists and how a teacher’s background could influence remediation rates. Howell cleverly outlined in the literature review the high cost of...
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  • Specific Learning Disabilities of Self - Contained Classroom in Second Year Level
    classroom for the whole school year 2012 -2013 after the implementation of the two intervention programs- the Reading Remediation and The Project Learn. There were thirty respondents of this study at the beginning of the school year. However, it decreased to twenty five ( 25 ) at the end of school year...
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  • Learning
    literature. A study by Torgesen et al. (1999) comparing different early interventions and a control group has shown that severely at-risk readers could achieve the average range for reading accuracy and fluency after receiving the Lindamood program. However, with older children this program did not...
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  • Tugas
    understood or specified, independence is an unspoken goal of all reading programs. The case can be made that intentional fostering for independence is a key ingredient for learning to read (Mooney, 1990; Clay, 1991a; Watson, 1994; Watson, 1999). Often in educational literature, independence refers to the...
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  • Fair Grading Practices
    math on the report cards. Finally, four students were tracked individually throughout this study that were previously identified as "at risk." Of the four students tracked, one received math remediation services and had recently been taken off of the reading remediation program. Three of the...
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  • Waste Managent
    need for "conventional" waste disposal, and lower greenhouse gas emissions as compared to virgin production. Segregation The act or process of segregating: the state of being segregated Page 8 CHAPTER TWO Foreign Review of Related Literature...
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  • Oral Reading
    pronounce the words correctly nor steps on how to syllabicate the words properly. The respondent of the study will be limited to kindergarten student only. Research Paradigm Chapter 2 Review of related literature Local According to Unicef Philippines, there are only 63% of the children who enroll...
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  • Language Deficiency and Science Achievement
    their review of literature concluded that there is a scarcity of literature dealing with class size and academic achievement. They further assert that it is clear that more statistically and methodologically powerful studies need to be conducted if there is to be any insight into this issue. Another...
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  • Intervention for Struggling Readers
    LITERATURE REVIEW………………………………………………………………6 FINDINGS ON RESEARCH ………………………………………………………….9 METHODOLOGY…..……..………………….………………………………………12 REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………..16 Abstract The National Center for Education Statistics has reported that low-performing students have reading scores...
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  • School Home Involvement Towards Enhancing Pupils Academic Performance
    . Remediation and Enrichment Classes. It pertains to repetition, improvement and modification of instruction for the purpose of having the slow learners cope with the lesson activities in the different subject areas. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES This chapter...
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  • Dyslexia
    disabilities (e.g. attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, math disability, etc.) Reading disability, or dyslexia, is the most common learning disability. Although it is considered to be a receptive language-based learning disability in the research literature, dyslexia also affects one's expressive...
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  • The Effectiveness of Parental Involvement for Improving the Academic Performance of Elementary
    the World Wide Web, and fully searchable with a subscription. 8. POPLINE Description by PENN library staff: Includes citations and abstracts to scholarly literature in population studies, family planning, and related subjects. Topics include family planning programs and technology...
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  • Medt 8484 Article Review Chart
    Perceptions and Possible Factors of Online Learning Programs West Georgia University Abstract This study investigates the perceptions and possible factors contributing to a successful or unsuccessful online learning experience. Several different typical research studies about online...
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  • The Creation of a Seperate Bereau for Sped in Philippines
    intelligence. The alternative approach, response to intervention, identifies children who are having difficulties in school in their first or second year after starting school. They then receive additional assistance such as participating in a reading remediation program. The response of the children to...
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  • attrition factors
    consensus has formed around at least four factors that consistently appear to be strongly related to postsecondary attrition, namely: date of admission, program choice, academic preparedness, and student engagement. In the context of the current study, however, it should be noted that the research...
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  • Example of Hypothesis
    …………………………………………… 3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY…………………………………………….. 4 2 Review Of Related Literature FOREIGN LITERATURE………………………………………………………5-6 LOCAL LITERATURE………………………………………………………….7-8 FOREIGN STUDIES…………………………………………………………..9-13 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK...
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  • Language Curriculum
    for a more analytical study of English Literature. In Year 12 the subject continues to reinforce the critical practice of | | |reading texts in terms of the contexts in which they are produced and received. The texts studied are selected from three genres: poetry, | | |prose fiction...
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  • How to Evaluate a Test
    to investigate an achievement test with a detailed sample applied in Hanoi University of Industry testing processing. I. LITERATURE REVIEW: Language testing (LT) research, one of the areas of inquiry the applied linguistics, has tended to concern itself with providing a model of language ability...
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  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance
    ………………………………………………………..10 HYPOTHESIS…………………………………………………………………………………….10 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY…………………………………………………………..11 SCOPE & DELIMITATIONS…………………………………………………………………11 DEFINITION OF TERMS……………………………………………………………………..12 CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE FOREIGN STUDY LOCAL STUDY...
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