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2004

California State University, San Bernardino

English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers

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Full-Text Articles in Education

Using Research Based Teaching Strategies With Bilingual Students, Miriam Perez Blum Jan 2004

Using Research Based Teaching Strategies With Bilingual Students, Miriam Perez Blum

Theses Digitization Project

This project examines instructional approaches that have been used to teach literacy to the English language learner. It also examines elements of the Foundation for California Early Literacy Learning (2003) and how they become integrated into daily classroom instruction.


Using Self-Directed Learning Strategies And Affective Factors In Educating Adult English Learners, Jennifer Margaret Heald Jan 2004

Using Self-Directed Learning Strategies And Affective Factors In Educating Adult English Learners, Jennifer Margaret Heald

Theses Digitization Project

The content of this project will serve to demonstrate that ample research connects self-directed learning to more healthy psychological dynamics in language acquisition. It will also show that self-directed learning strategies are practical and effective in teaching a second language.


A Corpus-Based Investigation Of Collocational Errors In Efl Taiwanese High School Students' Compositions, Yi-Chin Chen Jan 2004

A Corpus-Based Investigation Of Collocational Errors In Efl Taiwanese High School Students' Compositions, Yi-Chin Chen

Theses Digitization Project

Many language instructors focus on vocabulary word by word, neglecting common phrases. The result is that English as a Second Language students do not learn to speak idiomatic English (i.e. they make collocation errors). This study of the English compositions of National Tainan Second Senior High School students in Taiwan examined collocation errors, categorizing them according to Benson, Benson and Ilson's Collocation Classification System. An examination was then made of the error types as correlated with general English proficiency.


The Policy Implications Of The No Child Left Behind Act For English Language Learners, Jacqueline Elena Arroyo De Romano Jan 2004

The Policy Implications Of The No Child Left Behind Act For English Language Learners, Jacqueline Elena Arroyo De Romano

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this study was to present and analyze the political implications and the effects of the No Child Left Behind Act and its effects on English language learners.


What Is Selective Mutism?, Angela Briz-Garcia Jan 2004

What Is Selective Mutism?, Angela Briz-Garcia

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this study was to examine the characteristics of Selective Mutism, its possible causes, the strong impact it creates in English learner students, and what teachers could do to help the students who suffer from Selective Mutism.