Category: Literature and Education

Pedagogical Applications of Corpus Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century

As educators recognise the ability of computer technology to create both independent and collaborative learning settings, the role of computer technology as a resource for foreign language learners is growing in this digital era. Computer technologies such as the Internet, multimedia, and hypermedia have all been used in English Language Learning and Teaching (ELLT) to […]

Evaluating the Influence of Written Feedback in Elementary Mathematics

The goal of this study was to determine the quality of written feedback in mathematics that is appropriate for and understandable by primary school students. Written feedback promotes progress in learning primary arithmetic, according to the research, and written feedback is an instructional method that accelerates the rate and amount of learning to improve learners’ […]

Expanding the Frontiers of Learning in Educational Institutions: An Approach towards Challenges Faced by Leaders and Followers

The internet is the answer to broadening — perhaps, breaking – the frontiers of learning in educational institutions. With Web 2.0 tools, there is now a new method of learning and teaching. Simultaneously, individuals interested in integrating technology into the classroom learning experience encounter a variety of hurdles. Technology has always aided in the improvement […]

Study on General Methods of Teaching Music in the Primary School

Music is taught to students in a variety of methods. The literature describes a variety of teaching methods, tactics, and strategies. Teaching music is an art and a skill that requires teachers to combine or integrate some of these methods and strategies in order to give students with productive learning experiences. Efforts to change music […]

Investigation of Technical College Students’ Perceptions of English for Specific Purposes Vocabulary Learning and Teaching

The goal of this research was to look into the learning challenges and preferred teaching technique among Taiwanese junior college students studying English for Specific Purpose (ESP) vocabulary classes. Subjects were 232 students from Fooyin University’s Junior College Division in southern Taiwan. The researcher presented the ESP vocabulary learning questionnaire to chosen nursing department students […]

Study on Constraints to Effective Governance by the Parent Component of the SGBs in Rural South Africa

The South African Schools Act, No.84 of 1996, mandates the formation of School Governing Bodies, which allow stakeholders such as parents, educators, and students to actively engage in school administration decisions. A host of challenges have hampered school governance in rural South Africa, rendering it ineffectual and, in some circumstances, unsuccessful. The purpose of this […]

Study on Reticent Students in the ESL Classrooms

In ESL courses, students’ hesitation has long been seen as a problematic phenomenon. Many teachers have expressed displeasure with their failure to understand hesitant behaviour and find effective approaches to help kids with it. When such students don’t participate in class discussions, they’re frequently accused of not wanting to learn or participating. These justifications appear […]

Study on Direction for Action on Assessment of Undergraduate Long Vacation Training (LVT) Students’ Research Projects

A check list of six concepts was used to analyse the content of undergraduate LVT students’ research projects: research objectives, research questions/hypotheses, research design, data collecting equipment, and data analysis and presentation strategies. The research projects of 115 undergraduate LVT students in the last year of the 2009/2010 academic session were included in the study […]

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