Timothy Kolade Akinwamide

Timothy Kolade Akinwamide
Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti | EKITI · Arts and Language Education

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This study investigated the effects of Reading-Writing (RW), Think-Pair-Share (TPS), and combination (RW & TPS) strategies on students’ performance in essay writing in senior secondary schools in Ondo State. The study adopted a quasi-experimental pre-test post-test four-group design as well as a descriptive survey type design. The population for th...
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p> Writing is a skill, which demands that students plan and organize their imagination clearly and in sequential order to fulfill the essence of writing which is communicative . Teaching the writing skill is more difficult than teaching and practicing other language skills because of its generative tendency. It is an extremely complex cognitive act...
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The art of Writing as a basic language skill in Language Education, is a generative skill that requires a lot of brainstorming in order for Second Language students to meet up with the acceptable communicative competence expected. Where and when individuals collaborate on a given work, the resultant effect is normally encouraging hence this researc...
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Language – a human phenomenon, which is the basic means of communication among the world citizens has generated ‘a great divide’ as a result of non understanding of terms, patters and words in different languages of the world. Our cultural heritages are expressed basically in our languages. This aptly explains the balkanizations of peoples along po...
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This study employed the Multiple-draft Method in the teaching of Continuous Writing in English Language. The intent was to determine if there could be significant difference in the performance of a group of students taught with the conventional method of Reading-Writing (a type of controlled writing) and another group taught with Multi-drafts metho...
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The digitalization of academic interactions and collaborations in this present technologically conscious world is making collaborations between technology and pedagogy in the teaching and learning processes to display logical and systematic reasoning rather than the usual stereotyped informed decisions. This simply means, pedagogically, learning is...
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This study examined the influence of Process Approach on English as second language Students' performances in essay writing. The purpose was to determine how far this current global approach could be of assistance to the writing skill development of these bilingual speakers of English language. The study employed the pre-test post-test control quas...
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The introduction of information and communication technology (ICT) to education creates new learning paradigms. We are dwelling in a world which technology has reduced to a global village and the breakthrough in technology is underpinning pedagogical submissions. It may become imperative therefore to have a rethinking on how to ameliorate the const...

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