"Theories About Student Academic Performance In English Subject" Essays and Research Papers

  • Theories About Student Academic Performance In English Subject

    Math and English were also known as language. Math deals with figures, numbers, shapes, equations, and other logical operations. While, English deals with letters, words, reading, writing, listening and speaking skills related to grammar. The researchers need to know the correlation between Math-related subjects and the English subject of first year students of the Technological Institute of the Philippines. Despite of this, they will compare the performance of female and male students and find the...

    Dual brain theory, English studies, Human brain 1348  Words | 5  Pages

  • How love relationships affect students' academic performance

    PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBJECT: TECHNICAL ENGLISH HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE SUBMITTED BY; CABANLIT, JOHN PAOLO P. MAPYA, MASSI SUBMITTED TO: PROF. JOSE RIZAL DAPAT CHAPTER 1 HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE I. Introduction A. Background of the study Having love relationship with other individual has been part of lifestyle for most students today. Prioritizing their relationship with their...

    College, Education, Interpersonal relationship 891  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Proficiency as Related to Academic Performance

    English Proficiency of Business Management Students of Taguig City University as a Factor Contributing to Academic Performance Academic Year 2014-2015 A Thesis Presented to the College Of Business Management Taguig City University In Partial Fulfillment to the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Management By: Arvin C. Amor Jullian P. Baladjay Lee Ward O. Butihen Ericka Shayne G. Cara Camille A. Oriel Alvin T. Santoalla Charlene C. Violeta BSBM/A32 (am) ...

    Commonwealth of Nations, Education, English language 1605  Words | 9  Pages

  • factors affecting academic performance of undergraduate students

    FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AT ALABEL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL A Thesis Presented to MRS. TERESA LEILANI M. OLAYBAL ENGLISH TEACHER ALABEL SARANGANI PROVINCE In the Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for Fourth-Year English By: PEARL JOY GARLENE P. MAGLINTE FEBE G. TORNALEJO OCTOBER 2013 DECLARATION We, Pearl Joy Garlene...

    Education, Educational psychology, High school 1573  Words | 6  Pages

  • Analyzing Lep Students’ Academic Performance

    Analyzing LEP StudentsAcademic Performance at Donna High School EDUL.6331.01 Analyzing LEP StudentsAcademic Performance at Donna High School The current reality for public educational institutions in Texas is the new assessment tool used by the state, STAAR / EOC. The test has raised the bar in terms of what students need to be proficient in by the time they graduate from high school. With the change of assessment, there must come a change in the way instruction...

    Education, Educational stages, Educational years 1611  Words | 5  Pages

  • academic performance of tertiary students

    in the future. The issue of academic performance is of great interest to administrators, educators, researchers, students, parents and other stakeholders of education (Farooq, Chaudhry, Shafiq & Berhanu (2011). The variables that determine studentsacademic performance can be from the student, home and school. This could be termed as Self/Family/School (Crosnoe, Johnson & Elder (2004). To Ballatine (1993) most of these factors affecting academic performance of students are demographic in nature and...

    College, Education, Educational psychology 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Stress on Academic Performance of Students

    race or cultural background” (Garrett, 2001). On typical late November nights on university of Ghana campus, one would find students at various places even in awkward positions cramming obligated to catch up on studies for papers due in December. This is because deadlines and due dates are non-existent for students until the night before their papers. They engage in student activism, sports, partying and overall good times which lack libraries and study sessions which expel more excitement than the...

    Academia, Data collection, Sampling 2099  Words | 6  Pages

  • Academic Performance for Student Assistant

    Title: CORRELATION OF WORK ATTITUDE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF OLIVARIAN STUDENT ASSISTANT : BASIS FOR HOLISTIC APPROACH Dionisia A. Banta Dean Mark B. Berdida Rocky T. Horfilla Arnold Villanueva Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Marketing and Business Management Dr. Pastor Judith Valcorza Researchers: Degree: Adviser: Generally, this research was done to determine the relationship of work attitude and academic performance of the student assistants of Olivarez College for the school...

    Academic term, Correlation and dependence, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient 2263  Words | 7  Pages

  • Self-efficacy and Academic Performance

    CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM Introduction Self-efficacy is the level of confidence an individual has in his or her ability to achieve specific outcomes. It refers to the beliefs about one's capabilities to learn or perform behaviors at designated levels (Bandura, 1977, 1892, 1986, 1997). It is a student’s “I can” or “I can not” belief. Numerous studies (Manstead & Van-Eekelen, 1998; Newby-Fraser & Schleubusch, 1998; Pajares, 1996; Sadri & Robertson, 1993; Stajkovic & Luthans, 1998; Vrugt...

    Academic term, Albert Bandura, Cagayan de Oro City 1922  Words | 6  Pages

  • Academic Performance

    Proposal Topic: To determine the use of token economy strategy on the academic performance of grade nine Chemistry students. Proposal Topic To determine the use of token economy strategy on the academic performance of grade nine chemistry students. Research Questions 1. What area of the Chemistry syllabus is more challenging for grade nine Chemistry students? 2. Does punctuality has to do with student’s under performance in chemistry? Introduction This action research proposal...

    Applied behavior analysis, Economy, High school 1904  Words | 7  Pages

  • Stereotyping Students: Improving Academic Performance Through Stereotypes

    Stereotyping Students: Improving Academic Performance Through Stereotypes This paper will examine how the impact that stereotypes have depends entirely on the connotation that they are used with. Drawing on several essays discussing the consequences of stereotypes this essay shows the relationship between students and stereotypes. The paper aims to show educators and students the unintentional impacts that stereotypes have on the academic performance of students. According to Marlene Philip...

    Counterstereotype, Prejudice, Stereotype 1276  Words | 5  Pages

  • Students of Alternative Learning System: Basis for Academic Performance

    opportunity to be educated. In school, teachers developed all the dimension of students, their physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual values. They should learn the best knowledge, because as the saying says “learning is the key to success”. But unfortunately not all individuals are given a chance to be educated. There are out-of-school youth and dropouts students. One of its factors is maybe the financial problems. Students tend to stopped to seek job for their needs. So, the DepEd implemented a...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 1398  Words | 5  Pages

  • Learning Enviroment and Its Effects on Student Academic Performance in Integrated Science

    Consequently, the broad goals of secondary education are geared to prepare the individual for useful living within the society and to progress to higher education (Federal Government of Nigeria, 2004). The school at this level is established so that students can learn in order to be able to transmit knowledge from one generation to another for the continuity and well-being of the society. Learning as a hypothetical construct can only be inferred from observable behavior. Psychologists usually define...

    College, Education, High school 1396  Words | 5  Pages

  • New Grading System and Academic Performance of Third Year Nursing Students

    Proposed title: New Grading System and Academic Performance of Third Year Nursing Students of Naga College Foundation Introduction The study aims to create understanding of the relationship between the New Grading System to Students Academic Performance. The study will addressed whether the New grading System affects the Academic Performance of the Student. It will show how the New Grading System trigger the Students to study harder. This may change their...

    Grade, Gymnasium, Performance 1076  Words | 7  Pages

  • Home Environment and Academic Performance

    Environment and Academic Performance INTRODUCTION Background of the Study. Nigerian environment is associated with unclassified problems entangled with impoverish outlook and being devoid of most modern facilities and infrastructure that could sustain an urban area. This is clearly manifested on the standard of living and the contribution of the people towards national development. This circumvented problem in the rural areas has adverse effect on the studentsacademic performance. It is...

    College, Education, Enugu State 1385  Words | 6  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Students Behavior

    THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE A TERM PAPER PRESENTED TO MRS. R. VILLAHERMOSA STA. TERESA COLLEGE BAUAN BATANGAS IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBJECT ENGLISH IV MARCH 2013 PENALOSA, GRACE MARIE D. MANALO ANTHONY CHRISTIAN ARETA ALLYZZA JOIE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: This term paper would not be accomplished without the generous contributions of any individuals and organization. We...

    Affect, College, Education 1654  Words | 6  Pages

  • Academic Performance: the Research Grid

    Factors affecting the academic performance of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lipa S.Y. 2001-2002 Researchers : Macalintal, Catherine., Pena, Lirio Leynes., Paraan, Jaimliel. Year Conducted : March 2002 Research Problem : the study entails to determine the factors affecting the academic performance in mathematics of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lip S.Y. 2001-2002. Specific Problem : 1. What is the level of the academic performance in mathematics of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lipa...

    De La Salle Philippines, Female, High school 1462  Words | 7  Pages

  • Academic Performances and Romntic Relationship

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Today people can observe that many students are entering this so called romantic relationship. On the other hand, the student is spending time with their potential lifelong partner, but on the other side, they are busy trying to fulfill other responsibilities, like maintaining grades, studying, and coping with everyday stress. Social factors refer to the facts and experience that influence or control individuals’ personality, attitudes and lifestyles...

    Human sexuality, Interpersonal relationship, Intimate relationship 1850  Words | 6  Pages

  • motivational factors affecting the academic performance of the students

    THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS IN CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY- IMUS CAMPUS Jessa C. Mercado Macario A. Cruzado III Armielyn D. Aguinaldo A research proposal submitted to Ms. Azelle Charese Agdon. Instructor, Department of Economics Cavite State University Imus City, Cavite. In partial fulfilment of the requirement for subject DCEE 28, Methods of Research Bachelor of Science in Office Administration INTRODUCTION Motivation is a process of satisfying students different...

    Academic term, Cavite, College 951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Business English

    Debi Wicaksono (08360185) ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF MALANG 2011 1. Background of study University of Muhammadiyah Malang as one private University in Malang that always tries to keep and develop the academic tradition related to Tri Darma Perguruan Tinggi (education and teaching, research, or social relation). It involves many aspects, including the behavior that have to be developed by students, lectures, and also all the college...

    Education, English Canadian, English people 759  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effects of Learning Styles to the Academic Performance

    Learning styles to Academic performance September 28, 2012 Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM A. Introduction Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan is one of the University that aims for a higher learning towards the students. It is also concerned on how students learn by means of their different learning styles, this only means that they learn differently and uniquely especially when they know what’s best for them. Students in Xavier University are being observed, guided and tested...

    Cagayan de Oro City, Concept, Education 521  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Parental Attitude Affects the Academic Performance of the Students.

    how these would affect their children’s school performance. In this study, the researcher will analyze the relationship between the parental factors and pupils’ academic performance. Parental factors include the parents’ attitude toward children. Pupils’ academic performances are their grade point average. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study aims to determine how parental attitude affects the academic performance of the students. Specifically it aims to answer the following...

    Education, Father, High school 939  Words | 5  Pages

  • Family Stress and Their Relation to Academic Performance

    Chapter I The Problem and Its Background Introduction The term stress had none of its contemporary connotations before the 1920s. It is a form of the Middle English destresse, derived via Old French from the Latin stringere, "to draw tight." It had long been in use in physics to refer to the internal distribution of a force exerted on a material body, resulting in strain. In the 1920s and 1930s, the term was occasionally being used in biological and psychological circles to refer...

    Academic term, De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle Philippines 1268  Words | 4  Pages

  • Commputer Affects the Academic Performance of Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE NON AVAILABILITY OF COMPUTERS AT HOME IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENTS AT DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, BACOLOR, PAMPANGA BY: ESTOLLOSO, JENIBETH MERCADO, DIANNE PINEDA, CHRISTINE SALANGSANG, KRIZEL MAE ...

    Integrated circuit, Personal computer 721  Words | 3  Pages

  • academic performance

    Learning performance talks about how do the student is accomplishing his or her duties,responsibilities and studies. There are some factors that determine the status and the rate of students. Learning performanceis what you have shown you can do in a certain subject. Ability is a talent,skills or proficiency in a particular area. It is what you can do, given ideal circumtance.You can think of it as being internal and hidden untilyou show what what you can do with your performance. Performance is the...

    Descriptive knowledge, Education, Educational psychology 1267  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Challenge Faced by International Students

    The challenge faced by international students Since the world is now a global village, international students tend to look beyond their home countries for tertiary education. However, Europe and other western countries are preferred by other national students to acquire knowledge and break the English language barrier. In recent decades, the students from developing countries intend to understand the cultural aspects of European countries as well as acquire knowledge. Furthermore, this phenomenon...

    English language, Germanic languages, International student 1256  Words | 4  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents

    Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This study is made to understand the performance, specifically the academic performance, of students without the guidance of their parents or having absentee parents. In studying, parents are important to help guide, teach and lead their children because a child need supports from their loved ones and also discipline to be motivated. It is a parent’s responsibility to take care of their children, it is hard for a...

    Childhood, Developmental psychology, Emotion 1878  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effects of Stress on Academic Performance

    purpose of the primary study was to determine whether student anxiety and depression increases after college entry, the extent to which adverse life experiences contribute to any increases, and the impact of adversity, anxiety and depression on exam performance (Andrews, & Wilding, 2004). The purpose of the secondary study was to investigate the relationship between stress factors, perceived stress and academic performance among students in a public institution of higher learning (Rafidah, et...

    Academia, Anxiety, Higher education 2177  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nutrition on Academic Performance

    Nutrition and Fitness on Academic Performance The health and overall fitness of adolescents and students has taken a radical turn in the most recent decades. Each year the overall body mass index of this particular group of individuals is steadily increasing. It seems to many that one’s health is a vital role in success, especially in the academic realm. Research was conducted to see whether this slight decrease of fitness and health has an impact on a student’s academic performance (Burkhalter 201)...

    Brain, Exercise, High school 2619  Words | 7  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance Among College Students

    Title: FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED STUDENTS FROM BROKEN FAMILY OF OLIVAREZ COLLEGE, PARANAQUE CITY: A BASIS FOR STRENGHTENING THE GUIDANCE PROGRAM Buagas, Joana Melevo, John Jeckel Nama, Marie Clerizz Nietes, Chinky Barbie Wong, Ivy Russell Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Dr. Milagros Gundran Researchers: Degree: Adviser: This study was conducted to the selected first year college students who belong in a broken family at Olivarez College. The researchers chose...

    Arithmetic mean, Average, Following 1248  Words | 4  Pages

  • “the Academic Performance of Working Students in Colegio de Dagupan, Dagupan City, School Year 2011-2012”

    What is Academic Performance? Academic Performance refers on how student deal with their studies, it is on how they do the entire task that they assign to. Base on how they will cope up or communicate in their studies. So what it means to become a working student? A working student is an individual who works while studying. It’s a matter of time management. In order to support their needs, they need to work for themselves. Being a working student is kind of tough for us ordinary students. Value...

    Education, Student, Study skills 1166  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effects of Computer Games to the Academic Performance of the Students

    low grades and sometimes fails into one or more subjects. A consequence to this effect is the destruction of the view of parents, schools and government to computer games. In response to this problem, the parents are doing some stringent measures to prevent their children. The government also is enforcing some laws and ordinances to limit young people using or playing computer games. Frequent computer gaming among the students is also one of the problems being encountered by...

    Computer, Dimension, Electronic game 1044  Words | 4  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Ted Working Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF WORKING STUDENTS OF TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE A Research Study Presented to the Faculty of the Teacher Education Department in Occidental Mindoro State College In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor in Elementary Education JAMILAH E. DELA CRUZ BENJAMIN M. DEBISME MA. VENUS F. MAGAY LYKA SALAZAR ERLINE RIVERA 2012 CHAPTER I BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY ...

    Affect, Education, Full-time 581  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Correlation of Ncae Examinations and the Academic Performance of the Students (Chapter 1)

    measured by the student’s academic performance or how well a student meets standards set by the local government and the institution itself.[1] As career competitions grow even fiercer, the importance of students – specifically graduating students – doing well in their studies has caught the attention of parents, legislators and educational departments.[2] A good academic performance, however, is not the only determinant of triumph in the working world. Non-academic factors also matter. The aptitude...

    College, Education, High school 1355  Words | 5  Pages

  • reseach about students study habits

    our gratitude to our instructor, Ms. Jennylyn E. Mejia, for her valuable guidance and supervision. We are also grateful to Mr. Efren Gavina who helped us in the statistical analysis of this research. Our thanks go as well to the teacher-education students who had served as our respondents to make this research worthwhile. Likewise, to the PSU Faculty and Staff headed by Prof. Simeon C. Cabansag the College Dean, Dr. Gemma V. Mamaril De Vera who showed us their willingness and sound advises for the...

    Anxiety, Educational psychology, English language 5093  Words | 8  Pages

  • English for Academic Purposes

    ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES INTRODUCTION: It is a rapidly growing segment of the English for Specific Purposes sector. It aims to provide learners with the skills needed for academic study in a context of English at higher educational system specifically Tertiary students. Andy Gillet (University of Hertfordshire): EAP is a branch of ESP in that the teaching content is matched with the requirements of the learners. SIGNIFICANCE: First of all a Question arises, What kind of language...

    Education, Essay, Language 585  Words | 3  Pages

  • “the Impact of Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement on the Academic Performance of 4th Year High School Students of University of Batangas”.

    respondents, We, the researchers from University of Batangas, invited you to participate in a research study about “The Impact of Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement on the Academic Performance of 4th Year High School Students of University of Batangas”. The goal of this research study is to know how Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement highly influences the student’s Academic Achievement. You will be asked to answer a number of questions regarding you demographic information and the...

    Adolescence, College, Education 1433  Words | 6  Pages

  • Impacts of Technology Dependency on the Academic Performance of Usls Students

    for the students to grasp it. As the young generations live with this advancement in technology, different aspects of life had changed. This include the negative impacts of this technology. Students spend a large amount of time engaging in technologies for entertainment, such as playing Gameboy, watching DVDs, or listening to music players. They tend to be less involved in academic life. Positive impacts will be an important part of this study, for which technology used for academic engagement...

    Education, Educational psychology, Educational technology 1490  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impact of Teachers' subject matter knowledge and behaviour on students’ performance

     Impact of Teachers' subject matter knowledge and behaviour on studentsperformance Syed Moeenuddin Peerzada Asst. Prof. of Physics, Govt. Deg. Siraj ud Daula College, Karachi (2014) 1. Introduction It is essential for an efficient and competent teacher to possess a complete knowledge of subject matter. The teacher with full command over subject matter can provide detailed information to the students in the classroom (Spear-Swerling, Brucker, & Alfano, 2005). Knowledge of key...

    Education, History of education, Immanuel Kant 1064  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effects of Social Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Students in College of Education, CLSU

    Republic of the Philippines College of Education CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija The Effects of Social Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Students in College of Education, CLSU In partial fulfilment of the requirement in English 110: Writing in the Discipline Dilla, Rosalie D. Fernanadez, Jochelle C. Pangan, Regine Mae BSEd2-3 Engl Mrs. Jenalyn Pagay 1st Semester A. Y. 2014-2015 Chapter I Introduction The surge...

    Facebook, Internet, LinkedIn 1410  Words | 5  Pages

  • Students Who Speak a Language Other Than English

    It’s all about the Law ESL 523 SEI FOUNDATIONS s Students who speak a language other than English at home and who are not proficient in English are known as English learners (ELs). These students constitute nearly one-third of California’s elementary school students and one-quarter of all K–12 students. As might be expected, these students’ incomplete mastery of English adversely affects their academic performance. Given that proficiency in English is vital to success not only in academic subjects...

    Education, England, English language 1272  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effects of Social Factors in the Academic Performance of the Bbte Students College of Education

    MANILA THE EFFECT OF THE SOCIAL FACTORS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE SELECTED STUDENTS IN THE BACHELOR IN BUSINESS TEACHER EDUCATION OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES SBUMITTED BY: FLORENTINO, MARJORIE S. BENLOT, ZENNY T. FIESTADA, NATALIE JANE F. BBTE III-3D SUBMITTED TO: DR. CAROLINE SUMANDE I. INTRODUCTION In entering a new environment like universities and colleges, students tend to be joining in a lot of peer groups in order...

    Affect, Effect, Interpersonal relationship 1565  Words | 6  Pages

  • Factors of Poor Academic Performances by Students

    Reasons may vary on why most students have poor academic performance. Is it because of biceps such as smoking, drinking alcohol or even taking unnecessary drugs or is it because of peers? Peers which forces or influences you on how you are going to react and participate on class discussions or participations. Other reason could be: that particular student is a working student that instead of focusing only on his/her studies he/she would also make time and effort on his/her job duty. With this...

    Addiction, Alcoholic beverage, Alcoholism 2149  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effects of Romantic Relationship on the Academic Performance on College Students

    adolescent is surprised by moods and vague organic sensation that he or she is drawn towards the other sex. (Aquino and Miranda, 1991). College life can be stressful, but it is surely one of the most memorable experiences in a person’s life. College students possess characteristics that change as they progress in their years at a University. Discovering emotions, feelings, independence, and achievement are part of a college student’s transition and exploration in establishing identity and developing...

    Interpersonal relationship, Intimate relationship, Love 1091  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assessment of English Language Learners

    Assessment of English Language Learners Alisha C. Green Grand Canyon University: ESL 533N Advanced Methodologies of Structured English Instruction December 12, 2012 Abstract Assessments are a critical tool in monitoring the progress of English language learners at all grade levels. The main purpose of assessments is to ensure students are receiving quality teaching instruction in accordance to academic and content standards. Even though these tests are not the only resource used for testing...

    Assessment, English as a foreign or second language, English language 1481  Words | 5  Pages

  • Extracurricular Activities Affecting the Academic Performance of Students

    “Extracurricular Activities affecting the academic performance of students” name of student section schd name of prof date Abstract Extracurricular activities and academics has been related to each other for many reasons but they all revolve around the life of th e average student. It's also been observed that one affects the other when it comes to the growth of the student. Many have their own opinions regarding extracurricular activities whether...

    Curriculum, Extracurricular activity, High school 1664  Words | 7  Pages

  • Usage of Internet Access to the Academic Performance of Students in Pup

    BACKGROUND Introduction In her book of “Education on the Internet", Jill H. Ellsworth proclaims that the Internet is a powerful releaser of emotion, motivation, and engagement for students. A way to communicate around the world, it can make any project more dynamic, and more interesting. Both teachers and students can be invigorated by the freshness and immediacy of the Net. The Internet is a good resource, but until there are books and other needed resources the Internet is a frill. Access to...

    Education, English language, History of the Internet 596  Words | 3  Pages

  • Does Gender Play a Role in Academic Success?

    Does Gender Play a Role in Determining Academic Success? We all know the obvious difference in boys and girls. Typically, we associate boys with being rougher than girls and spending much of their time playing rambunctiously and getting dirty while most girls prefer to be subdued and tidy. But is that the only dissimilarity in gender? What about school work and academic performance along with academic success? Can gender be a predominating factor in determining a child’s IQ level? Is there...

    Education, Educational psychology, Female 1824  Words | 5  Pages

  • The English Language: The Problem and Its Background

    more complex due to the booming international progression of technology and education of which mostly English language is the medium. We are well aware that English is the most frequently used second language in the world and also the universal language that makes it a prerequisite for competing in our modern world. Academically, it is also a big challenge for our aspiring professionals to learn English and be proficient in it for the success of their career not only to their own countries but internationally...

    Academia, English language, International auxiliary language 1522  Words | 6  Pages

  • Academic Achievements

    every student’s life, academic excellence as well as co-curricular involvement is very essential. The two aspects would help them attain their goal of being part of the honor roll. Balancing these two is one of the problems honor students of today are facing. This process is intended to know how important co-curricular involvement is and what its effects to the studentsacademic achievements are. Since 1985, Colegio San Agustin (CSA)- Biñan has been providing its students quality Catholic education...

    Academia, College, Education 1635  Words | 8  Pages

  • Esl Academic English

    have you learned about writing effectively for different subject areas in your study of this elective? In your response, refer in detail to the language structures and features of TWO texts you have composed this year in different subjects. Academic English Introduction: As a component in the ESL Higher School Certificate syllabus, year 12 students were required to complete an elective on the topic: Academic English. This elective required...

    Communication, Education, Knowledge 705  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of Scarcity on Facilities on the Academic performance of the students

    THE EFFECTS OF SCARCITY OF MASSCOMM FACILITIES OF PLMAR IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE 4TH YEAR MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS SY. 2013-2014 BY: BAYNO, PAUL JAYCHO DE LEON, DIVINE GRACE ESPELITA, JERIE ANN LIWAG, CHARLENE RABANOS, NATHANIEL B. PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MARIKINA CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND IT’S BACKGROUND Education, in every human community, is an indispensable instrument for human progress, empowerment and effecting national development. This suggests...

    Communication studies, Education, Environment 1040  Words | 4  Pages

  • Student Rights in Academic Dismissal

    Student Rights in Academic Dismissal In 1787, Thomas Jefferson wrote “Above all things, I hope the education of the common people will be attended to; convinced that on their good sense we may rely with the most security for the preservation of a due degree of liberty” (Tanner & Tanner, 1995, p. 4). Jefferson theorized that indifference to education puts liberty and self-governance in peril. Education could provide each individual the opportunity to gain knowledge in order to promote self-governing...

    Academic elitism, Due process, Education 1458  Words | 5  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance...

    FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS OF THE DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED FIRST SEMESTER 2010-2011 Mary B. Gallardo,MST-Math, Alfreinell S. Castillo, BSC, Jessie T. Sibayan, AB, Marianito T. Taeza, AB, and G. Regil D.Valera, BSCE Registrar’s Office, Divine Word College of Bangued June 1, 2011. The objective of this study was to examine factors such as age, gender, high school graduated from, and Grade Point Average (GPA) in fourth year and to identify...

    College, Education, Gender 1704  Words | 7  Pages

  • Level of Performance of Fourth Year Public Highschool Students Towards English Proficiency in Physics

    setting is bilingual in nature, thus the level of performance of public high school students towards English proficiency in learning creates its possibility to be monolingual by using the considered foreign language as the standard language in teaching is impossible yet can be proven by theoretical studies to be conducted. Many accounts of constitutional laws, studies and facts regarding this issue of using the English language in teaching academic subjects such as science and technology can well explain...

    Education, English language, High school 1621  Words | 6  Pages

  • Factors That Affect the Academic Performance of the Selected College Students at Core Gateway College, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, School Year 2012-2013

    this baby thesis. * Ms. Ronalyn O. Juan, English Teacher, Core Gateway College * To all the students of Core Gateway College who kindly participated in our survey The expression of gratitude will not be complete without recognizing JESUS our Almighty God for His guidance, providence, and wisdom and knowledge that He given to us. Factors that affect the Academic performance of the Selected College Students at Core Gateway College, San Jose City, Nueva...

    Education, Higher education, Literacy 880  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Proficiency

    proficiency or linguistic proficiency is the ability of an individual to speak or perform in an acquired language. As theories vary among pedagogues as to what constitutes proficiency, there is little consistency as to how different organizations classify it. Additionally, fluency and language competence are generally recognized as being related, but separate controversial subjects. In predominant frameworks in the United States, proficient speakers demonstrate both accuracy and fluency, and use a...

    English language, Language acquisition, Language proficiency 1176  Words | 4  Pages

  • Significant Language Development and Academic Growth of the English Learner

    Significant language development and academic growth of the English Learner Kathy Gallivan ELL 497, Capstone Class Prof. Louise Framan November 5, 2012 The ultimate goal of teaching content and language to English language learners involves many theories of pedagogy and language acquisition. One language development theory is discussed within an introduction of Stephen Krashen at a language seminar, Mr. Shoebottom summarized his theory of language acquisition as having “no fundamental...

    Language acquisition, Language development, Linguistics 2455  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Correlation of Health to the Academic Performance of the Students

    & DuPaul, 2003). Academic work at the college level involves rigorous cognitive ability as well as the physical stamina that is needed to work long hours. College grade point average measures a student’s ability to perform academic tasks oriented around cognitive ability. When a student is not in a healthy physical condition, he or she is not able to complete the course requirements, and grades suffer. One behavior that is related to health, and consequently academic performance, is smoking. Smoking...

    Addiction, Brain, Cigarette 2011  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of Computer Addiction on the Academic Performance of the Students

    Effects of computer addiction on the Academic Performance of the students A Research paper Submitted to the Faculty of Education City College of Tagaytay In Partial Requirement for the subject, Educational Research Von Bryan A. Borja BSE – IIA Submitted to: Mrs. Lorena Constante October 17, 2012 Introduction   It is known that we are living in technological era. The computers become irreplaceable tool in everyday life of almost each person...

    Computer, Computer science, Computing 1285  Words | 7  Pages

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