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The Effectiveness of Using Language Arts in the English Language Curriculum to Teach Pronunciation and Vocabulary among Year One Students in One Semi Urban School in Malaysia

Subjects: Instructional Effectiveness; Second Language Instruction; Second Language LearningMalaysia

  • Source: Shanlax International Journal of Education, v8 n4 p20-26 Sep 2020. 7 pp.

  • Abstract: The English Language curriculum in Malaysia is using Language Arts to teach English. As Provided

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Children's Literacy Initiative: Final Report of the i3 Scale-Up Study

Subjects: Literacy Education; Intervention; Program EffectivenessColorado (Denver); Florida; New Jersey

  • Source: American Institutes for Research. 56 pp.

  • Abstract: This i3 scale-up study examined the implementation and effectiveness of a 3-year literacy intervention developed by the Children's Literacy Initiative (CLI). The study was a ... As Provided

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Literacy Design Collaborative 2018-2019 Evaluation Report. CRESST Report 867. Revised

Subjects: Comparative Analysis; Literacy Education; Program Evaluation

  • Source: National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST). 240 pp.

  • Abstract: Engaged inthe evaluation of LDC tools since June 2011, UCLA's National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST) is using multiple data sources ... As Provided

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Self-Efficacy and Emotional Quotient in Mediating Active Learning Effect on Students' Learning Outcome

Subjects: Self Efficacy; Emotional Intelligence; Active LearningIndonesia

  • Source: International Journal of Instruction, v13 n2 p663-676 Apr 2020. 14 pp.

  • Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the self-efficacy and emotional intelligence in mediating the effect of implementing active learning methods on student learning ... As Provided

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COVID Notes from the Field: Differentiation in the Digital Classroom

Subjects: Electronic Learning; Virtual Classrooms; Transitional Programs

  • Source: Georgia Educational Researcher, v17 n2 Article 6 Sum 2020. 5 pp.

  • Abstract: This piece summarizes one teacher's experiences during the abrupt move to digital learning due to COVID 19. This is not a full research study.As Provided

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Examining Pre-Service Teachers' Integration of Science and Literacy through Trade Books

Subjects: Teaching Methods; Preservice Teachers; Lesson Plans

  • Source: Electronic Journal for Research in Science & Mathematics Education, v24 n2 p7-21 2020. 15 pp.

  • Abstract: The purpose of this investigation is to examine how teacher candidates create and teach lesson plans that include trade books and the 5E model of ... As Provided

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Performing Society: Pursuing Creativity and Criticality in Secondary ELA

Subjects: Barriers; English; Power Structure

  • Source: LEARNing Landscapes, v13 n1 p151-159 Spr 2020. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: As an English Language Arts teacher, I have experienced cost-effective approaches replacing the actual "... As Provided

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Writing the Wrong in the ELA Classroom: the Role of Performance through Creative Writing

Subjects: Creative Writing; English; Language Arts

  • Source: LEARNing Landscapes, v13 n1 p237-248 Spr 2020. 12 pp.

  • Abstract: Why aren't English teachers creative writers? Why is there little to no emphasis on creative writing in ELA classes? What are the implications of popular ... As Provided

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"How Do I Teach with Hope?": Enacting Poetry Reading and Writing as a Form of Critical Hope in Classroom Spaces

Subjects: Teacher Education Programs; Secondary Education; English Teachers

  • Source: Journal of Language and Literacy Education, v16 n1 Spr 2020. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: In this article, we explore how the reading and writing of poetry can be a form of critical hope within secondary English teacher education courses, ... As Provided

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Explicit and Implicit Social Studies: Exploring the Integration of Social Studies Experiences in Two Elementary Classrooms

Subjects: Social Studies; Elementary School Teachers; Grade 1

  • Source: Canadian Social Studies, v51 n1 p2-21 2020. 20 pp.

  • Abstract: This study explores how two elementary teachers (first and fifth grades) integrated social studies content and skills throughout their school day. More specifically, we describe ... As Provided

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