Peer Status in the Middle School

Peer Status in the Middle School - Soc-S 100 How Do You...

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Soc-S 100 How Do You Read a Research Article on Peer Status in the Middle School A) Before you read the article 1) The title is Peer Status in the Middle School: A Natural Treatment for Unequal Participation. The authors who wrote this are Paulette Lloyde and Elizabeth G. Cohen 2) Some names of the headings include theoretical background, derivation of hypothesis, methods, and results. 3) This article is going to give me an idea of the hands on work involved in writing a research article while also explaining the unequal participation in middle schools. B) As you read the article: ask yourself the following questions: 1) The first hypothesis was “Given the deliberate preference for composing academically heterogeneous groups, there will be more highly differentiated groups on status in congruent than in incongruent classrooms.” The second hypothesis was “Participation of low-status students will be a function of the amount of status differentiation in the group.” These questions were broken down in smaller questions to properly prove their hypothesis’. This
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