Questions related to Essay Writing
As I've been researching how to improve literacy skills in middle school students, I've found a lot of fascinating work being done, including this case study of morphological skills' role in literacy development. In my view, this study is another confirmation that there are proven methods of promoting writing skills that don't rely on rote memorization or endless drilling - it's all about producing MEANING for students! What other approaches are you aware of to help students better develop their literacy skills?
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As an inexperienced teacher in the field of online teaching, I have the fear of unconsciously ignoring one of the skills while focusing on not ignoring the other!
Therefore, I wish to make use of your experiences with distance learning/teaching in the field of integrating the four skills-listening, speaking, reading, and writing- in the language course.
Note: the context of teaching is Algeria, hence, some limitations exist concerning the availability of internet and computers.
I'm doing a paper and need to find a negative or positive relationship between attitudes (5 option likert scale) and level of education (5 options). Do I do chi-squared, spearman's rho or Kendal's tau. Please help.
Since the decline of audiolingualism, there was bias towards speech in language teaching for communicative ends. Though, the stress on speaking rather than writing produces fluent but inaccurate learners (Hughes, 1983).
Hello everyone I hope you are all well! I just have a quick question- I am a third year BA Social Work student in the midst of writing a literature review for my dissertation. I wanted to know if anyone had any tips or help they could offer in what makes a good dissertation?
Thank you all in advance- Lucie
Hi. I want to create a research proposal assessing the perceived level of stress among a certain group of nurses during COVID-19. (For example, I might focus on Research Nurses who were deployed to work in the wards / ICUs to directly care for patients, yet they have minimal or zero experience in directy caring for patients placing them in stressful situations).
This obviously would related to qualitative study, but I have discovered the Perceived Stress Scale by Cohen which is a quantitative tool.
How can I convince my lecturers to sway to my quantitative approach to this study (because it is easy and straightforward, and they did suggest a qualitative approach)?
I am new to Research, so I am trying to keep my proposal essay as simple as possible.
Thank you for all you advice and suggestions.
I am writing up a project in which I used motion capture as well as heart rate monitoring and questionnaires, but I will be analyzing the motion capture data separately to this project write up - should I still include it within my methodology even though it will not be relevant to the paper?
We, scholars, are writing a lot. The language of science today is the English, however, for many of us, English is not our mother tongue. Even though we may be fluent in English. I found grammar check programmes/applications useful. Do you have recommendations about such apps? I am using MS Office grammar check (of course) and also I started to use Grammarly. Do you think there are better programmes (apps) or which are you using?
I would like to write an academic essay on Depression among youth using Participatory Action Research and its applicability in our country but I dont have the idea how to make my ideas flow. Im starting to build an outline but it seems lacking and disastrous. Do u have any idea what are the essential information and data to include so that my paper will be clear and convincing? You can also include suggests readings that I could review. I highly appreciate any form of help.
My students often make a lot of mistakes when they write essays, whether in the exams or in the exercises that are part of the curriculum. These mistakes are basically related to the mechanics of writing (spelling, punctuation, grammar, sentence structure...). Thus, I would like to get new insights from experienced teachers on how to improve students` writing skills.
In one of my present essays the best and most cutting edge work has been done in BBC history programmes involving innovative researchers, but if I was studying at universities I could not put these into my written work. When teaching business courses I have always encouraged their use if these methods add further clarification.
Is it not time for academia to welcome the modern world?
let’s be grateful for the effort the reviewers put in making your paper a better version of itself. Take their comments positively!
What are your feelings towards reviewers?
I am about to write my first scientific paper. The results are ready. My work consists of several parts of other works and I am allowed to write my paper in 8 pages. Therefore, there are too many things to discuss about in introduction and too many results and graphs to place in the body of manuscript. So what is your advice about how to begin and then go on?