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Declarative vs Procedural Knowledge in Language Learning

Declarative vs procedural knowledge in second language acquisition

Declarative vs procedural knowledge written by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl with a video or podcast in the category of TESOL or TESL issues Author: Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl Video of declarative vs procedural knowledge Watch this video on YouTube. Background Following a brief history of the emergence of the declarative / procedural distinction…

Array 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 1

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Array 1100 Words You Need Array 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 1 /əˈreɪ/ (noun & verb) a large group of people or things, a large number or collection of things or people, striking arrangement, selection, gamut, assortment, grouping, dress, clothing, to arrange a group of things or people, deploy, organize, put in order…

Acknowledgements | Research Conduction

Research Conduction LELB Society

Acknowledgements Acknowledgements is a section in which people who have helped with the research are thanked. Researchers often wish to thank: Their participants Any colleague who may have read earlier drafts of the work and offered suggestions or feedback Any assistant, including students, colleagues, or co-workers, who may have helped with data collection, materials development,…

Action Research | Research Conduction

Research Conduction LELB Society

Action Research Action research was begun in the United States by Lewin (1946) in the 1940s as a means of addressing social problems. This type of research is often conducted by teachers in language classrooms. In addition, it focuses on particular features of classroom interaction. The term ‘action research’ is an approach to collecting and…

Instrumentation | Research Conduction

Research Conduction LELB Society

Instrumentation Instrumentation or the methods of data collection: Do not purposely start a new page for this section. Type the words ‘Instrument and Data Collection Procedure’ flush with the left margin and italicize them. For a qualitative study to be successful and effective, it should achieve the following three elements: (1) internal validity or credibility,…

Grounded Theory | Research Conduction

Research Conduction LELB Society

Grounded theory in research conduction as a qualitative research design Grounded Theory Grounded theory is a qualitative research design in which the investigator moves beyond description and attempts to generate or discover a theory, an abstract analytical schema of a process, action or interaction (Strauss & Corbin, 1998). This theory-development does not come ‘off the…

Discussion and Interpretation of Data | Research Conduction

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Discussion and Interpretation of Data Discussion and Interpretation of Data Do not purposely start a new page for this section. Simply center the word Discussion and continue typing on the very next double-spaced line. The purpose of this section is to evaluate and interpret, summarize, explain, compare, and contrast the results, especially with respect to…