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Classroom Managment
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...classroom management. This paper develops an annotated bibliography of literature on the subject. Literature search Online search for literature on classroom management was used to generate articles for review. Convenience and cost effectiveness of online databases informed the approach. The search was however restricted to professional sources. Key words The following key words were used in the literature search. Classroom, management, strategies, effectiveness, benefits, challenges, roles Resources EbscoHost... room management: Annotated bibliography April 20, room management: Annotated bibliography Research topic The room environment experiences disturbance and this identifies significance of...
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Using Popular Culture in the Classroom
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...use to influence children’s behavior and participation in classroom activities? I wanted to find out what other materials practitioners used apart from stickers and certificates. All practitioners are different, I found most used stickers and certificates. I wanted to know what other ideas were being used and what was effective.   All these questions are according to the research over popular culture shall be implemented or not? This has to be done with different... ?Topic: How can teachers/practitioners use popular culture to motivate children in Key stage1. Draft File: The study predicts the effects of the use of elements of popular culture adapted for the motivation of children in Key stage I. The...
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Using the classroom to help develop people already practising management is a fine idea, but pretending to create managers out of people who have never managed is a sham. Critically debate this proposition drawing on the literature on management
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...literature have been evaluated in the paper and majority show support to the thesis statement on the need to adopt classroom as a position to harness the skills of management learnt elsewhere in order to produce better managers as against teaching persons with no clue of what management entails. By taking the scientific approach of the topic, management is a practical science and therefore experience would play a critical role in shaping the production of effective... MANAGEMENT STUDIES ‘Using the room to help develop people already practicing management is a fine idea, but pretending to create managers out of people who have never managed is a sham’ Introduction This statement forms this paper’s line of ...
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What are the effects of using ICT and Media in the 'English Classroom'
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...Literature Review: Effects of Using ICT and Media in the ‘English room’ Roll No: Teacher: 22nd February 2009 University Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Effects of Using ICT and Media in the ‘English Classroom’ 3 Introduction 3 Types of ICT and other Related Media Technology Used in the English Classroom 4 Issues and Problems Identified with the Use of ICT 5 Secondary School Teachers’ Failure to Maximize the Use of ICT 5 Improper Use of ICT among the Secondary School Students 7 Issues and Problems Identified with the...
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Smart classroom
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...use of smart classrooms, and its effect on the teaching/learning process, highlighting both its challenges, and the possible means to address these. In order to provide a more coherent discussion of the topic of smart classrooms, the study has a six structure, aimed to fostering better understanding of the topic. Therefore, the first part analyses the issue of smart classrooms from the teachers’ perspective, while looking into the benefits brought about by smart classrooms, especially by augmenting collaboration between students throughout the process of learning. The second part of the paper analyses the composing elements of smart classrooms. Furthermore, the possible challenges... To what extent have...
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Why the current third level colleges are not using emerging technology in the classroom to teach students
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...literature discussing the use of technology in the room, at all levels of education, but also including the third-level college class. Ackerman’s study of using a variety of form to transfer meaning to the learner is highly instructive. Every student who enters a classroom, even a third-level college classroom, has a unique set of needs. A lecturer who enters the room to give an auditory presentation is only meeting the needs of a minority of those learners. Ackerman’s study shows how moving to visual forms can enhance the quality of instruction; emerging technologies would permit professors to design websites and CD-ROM software to augment their teaching styles... Task There is a wide body of...
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Sound Field Amplification Systems in the Classroom
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...Literature 7 Statement of the Hypothesis 10 Introduction Sound field amplification is being used all over the country in classrooms to enrich the learning experience. The use of this equipment has been used to provide students with hearing loss a better learning environment. However, it has been found that all students can and do benefit from the use of sound... ? Sound Field Amplification in the room: Not Just for the Hearing Impaired Nicole Megale A research paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Siena Heights University Adrian, MI May 2011 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Statement of the Problem 5 Definitions 5 Review of...
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Literature Review for research on benefits of prekindergarten programs on literacy readiness
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...Literature Review for research on benefits of prekindergarten programs on literacy readiness Literature Map Theoretical Perspective The theory based on the problem of finding the benefits of prekindergarten on literacy is grounded in the Piagets theory of Cognitive Constructivism and Vygotskys Social Constructivism theory (Wans, Cockcroft, & Duncan, 2009; Woolfolk, 2006). These theories were originally developed by Jean Piaget in 1973 and Lev Vygotsky in 1933 and primarily used to study learning and teaching aspects of human development. Piagets theory of Cognitive Constructivism and Vygotskys Social...
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Literature Review for Research on Benefits of Prekindergarten Programs on Literacy Readiness
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...Literature Review for research on benefits of prekindergarten programs on literacy readiness Literature Map Theoretical Perspective The theory based on the problem of finding the benefits of prekindergarten on literacy is grounded in the Piaget's theory of Cognitive Constructivism and Vygotsky's Social Constructivism theory (Wans, Cockcroft, & Duncan, 2009; Woolfolk, 2006). These theories were originally developed by Jean Piaget in 1973 and Lev Vygotsky in 1933 and primarily used to study learning and teaching aspects of human development. Piaget's theory of Cognitive Constructivism and Vygotsky's Social Constructivism theory indicate that learning among children varies from ages and stages... ?...
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Virtual Classroom
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...benefits are tempered by the degree of confidence of each computer user, prompting researchers to caution groups should contain at least one low ability member for the benefit of the whole (Eraut, 1995). Students of high ability are forced to explain their processes more completely, while students of low ability are able to learn from the others. In many cases, the use of ICT within the classroom is having the effect predicted in the literature – that of blurring... ICT’s Importance to the National Curriculum attending es throughout the UK have proven tobe less involved in citizenship than legislators would like at the same time that many are falling behind due to lack of proficiency in higher...
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Differentiated Instruction In the Classroom
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...used. Purpose of this Study The purpose of this study is to define the approaches to differentiation as well as whether this will benefit students that are learning with specific approaches. When examining the differentiation in the classroom, there will be the focus on showing the accomplishments, progression and potential problems associated with this approach. Defining this will benefit students, teachers and educators, specifically because there will be more knowledge and background... ? Chapter 3 Unit 3 MAT640 Kelly Vellanoweth ID# 020923476 Chapter One: Introduction A contemporary and relevant topic in education today is differentiation in the classroom. “Differentiated instruction represents a...
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Differentiated Instructions in the classroom
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...used. Purpose of this Study The purpose of this study is to define the approaches to differentiation as well as whether this will benefit students that are learning with specific approaches. When examining the differentiation in the classroom, there will be the focus on showing the accomplishments, progression and potential problems associated with this approach. Defining this will benefit students, teachers and educators, specifically because there will be more knowledge and background... ? Chapter 3 Unit 3 MAT640 Kelly Vellanoweth ID# 020923476 Chapter One: Introduction A contemporary and relevant topic in education today is differentiation in the classroom. “Differentiated instruction represents a...
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There is a wide body of literature discussing the use of technology in the classroom, at all levels of education, but also including the third-level college class
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...literature discussing the use of technology in the room, at all levels of education, but also including the third-level college class. Ackerman's study of using a variety of form to transfer meaning to the learner is highly instructive. Every student who enters a classroom, even a third-level college classroom, has a unique set of needs. A lecturer who enters the room to give an auditory presentation is only meeting the needs of a minority of those learners. Ackerman's study shows how moving to visual forms can enhance the quality of instruction; emerging technologies would permit professors to design websites and CD-ROM software to augment their teaching styles... Task There is a wide body of...
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Virtual Classroom
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...used rarely for rigorous research only. Teacher-student communication has shifted from physical to virtual. Many learning institutions have embraced virtual learning through online modules. The library thesis will consist of the selected topic, review of the literature, a hypothesis will be developed, the variable will be defined, participants will be discussed, measurement instruments will be selected, and data will be collected and analyzed. The results will be interpreted. At the end of this research paper, recommendations... ? Virtual room for Middle School Valeria C. Mims AIU Online The following is a document about the Virtual room for Middle School. Education and its style of approach to its...
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What are the benefits and drawbacks to using medications in treating psychological disorders
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...Benefits, Risks and Side Effects, Available online at:http://www.helpguide.org/mental/anxiety_medication_drugs_treatment.htm Psychotherapy: June 2008, An overview of the types of therapy available online at: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/psychotherapy/MH00009 Uses of medications in psychoanalysis, Online Article available at:http://www.bio- medicine.org/medicine-news-1/Uses-of-medications-in-psychoanalysis-9315-1/ Wilens TE, Faraone SV, Biederman J, Gunawardene S. Does stimulant therapy of attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder beget later substance abuse? A meta-analytic review of the...
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The benefits / problems with having a diverse workforce of different cultures Justify (using the research literature) how to achieve mutual benefits for the organisation and the employees
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...benefits/ problems with having a diverse workforce of different cultures. Justify (using the research literature) how to achieve mutual benefits for the organisation and the employees 1. Introduction Diversity in workplace has been a common issue for enterprises around the world. In most cases, diversity is claimed to exist, however it has been proved that diversity in the workplace is not easily achievable. It needs a series of appropriate methodologies applied throughout the HR functions of an organization. In such a framework, diversity is expected to be developed gradually with the active participation of employers and employees. In this context, it is noticed by Rowden (1999, 22... ) that...
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Introduction to social media in the classroom
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...classroom learning and gain from the benefits that it promises to bring. Justification of the study This study is important in the sense that it provides insights to how social media has been used by students in classroom settings; this will inform this research on how to carry out this (Dabbagh & Kitsantas, 2012). Literature will also provide insights on how scholars designed their research in order to answer their research questions; this will be relevant in this study since the research design used by previous... Social Media in the room Problem to be investigated This study seeks to determine the levels of the engagement that students have with their teachers on social media and whether social media ...
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INCORPORATING VISUAL AIDS INTO ESL CLASSROOM: AN INNOVATION TO ENHANCE READING COMPREHENSION
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...classroom. Under the literature review, varied sub-topics were included that revealed the way previous researchers had argued on the issue of incorporating visual aids into ESL classroom. One of the aspects focused on in this part was the significance of incorporating visual aids into ESL classroom. The use of visual aids in the ESL classroom involved contribution of varied aspects including effective understandings of textual language, creating meaning of textual and concepts as well as allowing greater cognitive mapping. Another aspect included in the literature was the effect of visual aids... ? Incorporating Visual Aids Into ESL room: An Innovation To Enhance Reading Comprehension Lecturer: The study ...
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Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works
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...Using Technology with room Instruction that Works A. The Professional Development Activity This report is based on the professional development activity which has been focused on participating in an online workshop. I selected this particular professional development activity for participating in an online workshop. I have selected this particular activity area to enhance the efficiency of educational process and to increase student learning and engagement by incorporating various relevant technological aspects. In the present day context, technology has become an essential part of the modern educational system which offers various types of benefits to...
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Using Beowulf in the Secondary Education Classroom
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...Using Beowulf in the Secondary Education room Beowulf refers to the oldest epic poem in England that consists of 3182 long lines that are alternating. The poems are set in Scandinavia. Beowulf is commonly known to be among the most important works of Anglo Saxon literature. This is attributed to the fact that it is the oldest English epic poem. It is also a representation of the earliest vernacular English literature. In the modern society the epic poems are popular when viewed in the form of a film. Beowulf has been used in many instances for teaching English in British secondary schools. This paper aims at discussing...
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Responsive Classroom Approach: A Literature Review
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...Literature Review) Significance of the Study Responsive Classroom Approach Introduction Background of the Study Responsive classroom approach is defined by Rimm – Kaufman (2006) as an educational intervention that employs developmentally suitable teaching practices that help children learn at their best because it nurtures the academic and social growth of children. For the teachers using this approach, they felt that they have an edge among other teachers because of having the greater sense of closeness with their students and of having the more... ?Responsive room Approach Responsive room Approach’s Effects on Academic Learning (Insert (Insert Affiliation) Outline Introduction Background of the Study...
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Using Expository Text in the Secondary Classroom
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...use of expository text between early childhood and middle school classrooms helps decrease the decline in reading scores. Akhondi, Malayeri, and Samad (2011), in complementing claims by Hall, Sabey, and McClellan (2005), show that teachers may find teaching expository texts and their structures as an effective technique for improving the common reading achievements. The structure of expository text is such that it facilitates the study process in prospective readers because the structure contains elements that guide a student through the reading. Students who comprehend the concept of expository text structure as well as the way to analyze it are capable of learning more... Using Expository Text in the...
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Teaching Students using Literature
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...use of better literature. Engaging into discussion is also a good tactic that makes students learn very well. More will be emphasized as we move along this study. The study aim to cover 5 important aspects of learning through literature and a comprehensive guide on how to tackle students of different grades is also to be dealt with. Chapter-1 Student Teacher Relationship First we need to understand the student teacher relationship and its importance for the benefit of the student. A solitary mark of a successful teacher is the capacity to use an array of research-based instructional... TEACHING MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL USING LITERATURE Introduction This study is designed to eluci the use of literature for...
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Childrens literature for the multicultural classroom
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...classroom should be able to communicate to the children the morals of Aesop’s fables in a useful and fruitful manner. Aesop’s fables embody valuable life lessons, and they are culturally responsive. They promote ideals that are embraced in almost all cultures, making Aesop one of the greatest authors of children’s literature the world has known. References... dear client, this paper is almost done. The only thing lacking are the in-text citations and reference page. I’m fixing them now and will upload the finalized paper in an hour. But while I’m doing that you can read the paper and check for possible errors. Thanks =) Children’s Literature for the Multicultural...
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The Academic Benefits of a Structured Classroom Environment
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...Benefits of a Structured room Environment A significant number of academicians are of the view that a structured physical arrangement of a classroom serves as a powerful tool in facilitating instruction and maintaining effective communication between the teacher and the students. Research has shown that a predictable classroom environment with clear expectations provides the students with a safe, supportive infrastructure that not only promotes academic success but also prevents behavioral problems. (MacAulay,1990;Walker,Colvin,&Ramsey,1995;Walker & Walker,1991) Preparing the emotional base of the classroom where-in the students are more open to the academic... The Academic...
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The Benifits of Quality Early Childhood Education by using curriculum and literature
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...Benefits of Quality Early Childhood Education by using curriculum and literature" Acknowledgement Childhood is the formative phase oflife. Foundation laid during this period carries its implications throughout the life of an individual. Considering the significance of this phase of life the benefits of high quality of early childhood education as well as programs that formulate the personality of the child have been recognized. Excellent skills hold kids in developmentally apposite performance encompassing language development, activities involving pre-literacy and pre-numeracy doings, personality development, communication skills in various preschool curriculum. Studies reveal that reading... ? "The...
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The Design and Implementation of Virtual Classroom for Distance Learning
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...classroom to a virtual classroom. As part of the study, the researcher will conduct a literature review with regards to the use of virtual classroom for second language distance learning including its design. Based on the result of the survey questionnaires and personal interviews, the researcher will determine the best design of a virtual classroom for second language distance learning including... The Design and Implementation of Virtual room for Second Language Distance Learning TotalNumber of Words: 2,086 Table of Contents I. Introduction ......................................................................................... 3 II. Research Question(s) .................................................
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The Importance of Outside Classroom Activities in Promoting Oral Fluency in an EFL Context
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...classroom for students to speak English is an effective strategy in compensating for students’ limited use of the L2. Research studies have shown that external classroom activities have equal significance in enabling students learn English as a second language. In addition, it has been asserted that such activities provide a non-educational environment from which a student may feel free and comfortable to acquire new language skills. This study investigates the significance of outside classroom activities in promoting students’ oral proficiency. In addition, it reports on students’ perceptions of such activities. Fifteen participants from the American University of Kuwait took part... Maaly Jarrah The ...
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The benefits of using the Smart Phones
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...BENEFITS OF USING SMARTPHONES TRANSMITAL MEMORANDUM 25th June benefits of using smart phones The purpose of the report is to educate the public on the importance of using smart phones in our day to day lives. It focuses on both the advantages and disadvantages of using these modern phones while giving a clear comparison with the previously used mobile phone models. Though this report challenges the youth to develop more sophisticated technological gadgets, it further encourages the general public to use these smart phones because of their benefits. In addition, the report has some visual effects that would enable the audience to clearly understand its content. Abstract The use... of...
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The benefits of using the Smart Phones
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...Benefits of Using Smartphones Introduction and Background Mobile phones and smartphones areboth used with the primary function of being able to make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages, but the smartphone has certain qualities that distinguish it from any usual mobile phones. Smartphones have additional features such as online gaming, online video watching, route tracking, GPS system and several other added features which differentiate it from other usual mobile phones and are more preferred than mobile phones. There are different kinds of smartphones in the market which are produced by different mobile manufacturers...
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Pets in the classroom can develop students social emotional
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...use the pets in the classroom to help students to develop their social-emotional, self-control and build a good relationship with others all these are attachment that can assist the student grow. The power that human-animal bond brings has been explained in sources as diverse as ancient literature, and study reports in the professional literature (Chandler, Mallon, Parshall, Siegel, as cited in Flom, 2005). Educators have applied classic examples, like those found in the children’s books Where the Red Fern Grows and Old Yelle, to teach... Pets in the room can develop social emotional Introduction In the recent years, more and more family choose to have a pet in their home. Likewise, more and more school...
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How does technology affect students in classroom
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...benefits to the users if it is utilized appropriately and for the benefits of mankind. With this notion, the prime aim of this review is to recognize the ways in which technology can affect students in classroom. According to Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL), technology plays a pivotal role in educational segment through offering an extended number of beneficial aspects. According to the present scenario, technology has become one of the major sources of achieving substantial advantages especially in the education sector. The use of modern technologies in the classroom can provide an effective learning experience... How does Technology Affect in room? Table of Contents Literature...
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How does Technology Affect Students in Classroom
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...benefits to the users if it is utilized appropriately and for the benefits of mankind. With this notion, the prime aim of this review is to recognize the ways in which technology can affect students in classroom. According to Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL), technology plays a pivotal role in educational segment through offering an extended number of beneficial aspects. According to the present scenario, technology has become one of the major sources of achieving substantial advantages especially in the education sector. The use of modern technologies in the classroom can provide an effective learning experience... ?How does Technology Affect in room? Table of Contents Literature...
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The benefits of using the Smart Phones
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...BENEFITS OF USING SMARTPHONES TRANSMITAL MEMORANDUM 25th June benefits of using smart phones The purpose of the report is to educate the public on the importance of using smart phones in our day to day lives. It focuses on both the advantages and disadvantages of using these modern phones while giving a clear comparison with the previously used mobile phone models. Though this report challenges the youth to develop more sophisticated technological gadgets, it further encourages the general public to use these smart phones because of their benefits. In addition, the report has some visual effects that would enable the audience to clearly understand its content. Abstract The use... of...
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An Investigation: What Elements Are Needed In A Classroom Discipline Plan
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...literature is to summarize and critique the current research on effective teacher’s classroom management skills and to investigation order to improve and achieve desired student behavior, address discipline issues, promote communication, improve teacher morale, and assist in creating a school environment that promotes effective learning that engages students in their education. It is the intention of the researcher to investigate research based discipline plans for the development of an effective plan in the future for use in a school classroom. In this thesis, effective elements found in successful discipline plans will be identified from research. By learning more... Elements of discipline plan in...
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The benefits of Using the Smart Phones
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...Benefits of Using Smartphones for Teenagers and Adults. Introduction and Background This report will focus on the subject of how Smartphones are benefiting different stakeholders and specifically the population of those individuals who fall under the category of teenagers and adults. This report will cover various topics to prove that Smartphone use is beneficial for the user while even giving importance to the claims made against the use of Smartphones. The report will focus on the prevalence of Smartphone users and how using Smartphones has benefited teenagers as well as the adult population. Smartphones have redefined the way individuals were living and have become... an important section...
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Benefits of Reading and Studying Literature
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...Benefits of Reading and Studying Literature In a reflective analysis of the term literature, one comes across two layers of meaning. In its broad sense, literature refers to any text or arrangement of words that conveys meaning, whereas the narrow sense of the term refers to texts such as stories, novels, poetry, and essays. Irrespective of how we describe literature, the three most common reasons for studying literature are pleasure and enjoyment, obtaining information and developing our knowledge. First of all, literature provides us pleasure and...
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Creating a plan for addressing the needs and issues in a muliticultural classroom
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...Literature- integrating concepts and activities that represent ideas, and discoveries of various people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds encourages students to cultivate their analytical judgment skills and develop self- perception. Implementing a Multicultural Strategy and Method of Teaching The classroom will facilitate a set of well-established instructional practices and strategies to foster achievement for all students... Educational Plan: Addressing the Needs of a Multicultural room In this age of globalization, there is much controversy on the coming together ofall kinds of people for a common purpose. In an environment with people from different cultures attending school...
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'The benefits of a literature review'
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...Benefits of a Literature Review Introduction Most and scholars often find themselves in academicsituations that require the inclusion of literature reviews of various extents and scopes (Fink 2010, p. 23). A literature review entails texts noted down by an individual or groups of persons to reflect on the significant facts of recent knowledge to a particular topic mainly including methodological and theoretical contributions as well as the substantive findings (Marrelli 2005, p. 41). Literature reviews range from simple with less extensive scopes to the more complex reviews that cover a wider scope. In this regard, it is worthy to note that students normally need to write literature reviews... ? Benefits ...
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Creating a plan for addressing the needs and issues in a muliticultural classroom
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...Literature- integrating concepts and activities that represent ideas, and discoveries of various people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds encourages students to cultivate their analytical judgment skills and develop self- perception. Implementing a Multicultural Strategy and Method of Teaching The classroom will facilitate a set of well-established instructional practices and strategies to foster achievement for all students... Educational Plan: Addressing the Needs of a Multicultural room In this age of globalization, there is much controversy on the coming together ofall kinds of people for a common purpose. In an environment with people from different cultures attending school...
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The benefits of Using the Smart Phones
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...Benefits of Using Smartphones for Teenagers and Adults. Introduction and Background This report will focus on the subject of how smartphones are benefiting different stakeholders and specifically the population of those individuals who fall under the category of teenagers and adults. This report will cover various topics to prove that Smartphone use is beneficial for the user while even giving importance to the claims made against the use of smartphones. The report will focus on the prevalence of Smartphone users and how using smartphones has benefited teenagers as well as the adult population. Smartphones have redefined the way individuals were living and have become... an important section...
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Using the literature about IMC
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...Using the Literature about IMC Executive Summary The report has been prepared for demonstrating various approaches towards the use of IMC tools by the marketers of low involvement and high involvement products. Its aim was to evaluate the difference in strategy generation through IMC tools by the marketers. It has been found out from the report discussion that the consumers’ perception of any product is the ultimate initiator for choosing the IMC tools. The marketers of low involvement products are less interested in using the IMC tools due to the inability of the strategy pertaining to influencing the customers while on...
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Using the literature about IMC
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...Using the Literature about IMC Executive Summary The report has been prepared for demonstrating various approaches towards the use of IMC tools by the marketers of low involvement and high involvement products. Its aim was to evaluate the difference in strategy generation through IMC tools by the marketers. It has been found out from the report discussion that the consumers’ perception of any product is the ultimate initiator for choosing the IMC tools. The marketers of low involvement products are less interested in using the IMC tools due to the inability of the strategy pertaining to influencing the customers while on...
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Literature Review for Research Proposal
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...benefits, and realized the importance of its development and emergence. However, due to its requirement of expensive technological equipment, it was not used in classrooms until a lot later. For instance, ‘EVDAC’ (Swarbrick, 2002), the first computer in the 1960s has the price of over half a million dollars. In the 1980s, this price had gone down, but not by much, as the Model 30 computer was priced at 0.2 million dollars. For this reason, it was not affordable to use CALL in the classroom. Researchers (Ruiz-Funes, 2002) believe that this high cost, coupled with the slow speed of the research... ?Running Head: Literature Review Literature Review [Institute’s Literature Review This research proposal aims...
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Creating technology-enhanced, student-centered classroom: integrating technology into classroom of teach English as a second lan
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...classroom. Foreign Language Annals, 39(1), 71-86. Mishan, F., & Strunz, B. (2003). An application of XML to the creation of an interactive resource for authentic language learning tasks. Recall: The Journal of EUROCALL, 15(2), 237-250. Narciss, S., & Koerndle, H. (2008). Benefits and constraints of distributed cognition in foreign language learning: Creating a web-based tourist guide for London. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 40(3), 281-307. Nomass, B. B. (2013). The impact of using technology in teaching English as a second language. English Language and Literature Studies, 3(1), 111-116. Shield, L., &...
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Intigrating technology in the EFL classroom
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...use of computer-assisted instruction in teaching the English language to new learners. Literature Review Verbal Interaction Interaction between new English language learners and those who are proficient in English language is key in promoting proficiency in English language. As such, teachers of English language need to provide students learning English as a second language, a language-rich environment where they can continuously engage in the English language, according to Harmer (2007). This implies promoting interaction between English learners. Interaction is important because it gives new English learners the opportunity to learn through communication, according to Brown (2003... of...
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Benefits of using electronic whiteboards as a teaching aid
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...using whiteboards, as there are no chalks or dusters. Besides providing the convenience of using flipcharts, pictures, maps and charts during demonstration which otherwise would not have been possible, it mainly provides the following benefits: Brainstorming: It serves as an excellent tool for brainstorming sessions, either in meetings or classrooms, the demonstrator has the benefit of conducting question-answer session in several ways, which after analyzing and ensuring that all pupils are taking part, uses symbols or communication aid to mark the answer... Benefits of using electronic whiteboards as a teaching aid Electronic whiteboards not only serve as the latest alternate of chalkboards, but they...
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Education research paper on Oral Proficiency in the Foreign Language classroom
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...use in an authentic speaking environment (Ishihara, 2009). Language educators have recognized that pragmatic competence should be achieved through language experiences in the classroom, and instructors can benefit from making oral assessments an integral part of the instructional process (Ishihara, 2009). Pragmatic competence, or the ability to apply rules of language, language information, and processing skills in both speaking and listening... ? Education Research Paper on Oral Proficiency in the Foreign Language room Recently there has been an increased demand in many professional fields for individuals who speak more than one language. Consequently, pressure is building up on foreign language...
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TechSL: Technology as a Second Language: An analysis of the pros and cons of academic integration of Multimedia and Web 2.0 technologies and whether technology integration in the classroom proves to enhance learning or impede academic development
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...benefited certain communities among the entire cross-section of learners, others have failed to reap its benefits. While, in many cases, both the teacher and the student are to be blamed for this lapse, the very nature of learning and education, nullifies the usage of technology elsewhere. 1.2 Purpose of the Study  This study is aimed at analyzing the current trends and providing a rationale for embracing technology in the classroom setting. Further, the development of twenty-first century skills among the student contingent is also highlighted. 1.3 Theoretical Framework  A comprehensive review of literature on the subject has been carried out. Theoretical concepts, empirical... Techsl: Technology...
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The benefits of using a web portal in high schools
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...benefits of using a web portal in high schools The benefits of using a web portal in high schools Research proposal1) Proposed title for the research proposal The benefits of using a web portal in high schools 2) The purpose of the study This study aims at providing the importance of a web portal within an education setting. A web portal is a very important tool used to develop scientific knowledge. People bond with one another to develop an education community using web portals. The portal serves as podiums where all the facts, resources, and professional in the field of science can be retrieved (Cappel and Huang, 2007). The portal is a full time available source of information that helps... ? The...
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