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Build Bright University Faculty of Science of Education and Languages RBHraCaNacRkkm<úCa Cati sasna RBHmhakSRt saklviTüal½yebolR)ay karENnaMkñúgkarsresrr)a ykarN_fñak;briBaØab½Rt Gb;rM GUIDELINES FOR FORMAL REPORT WRITING FOR BACHELOR OF ART (B.A) in TEFL TMrg;enHsMrab; mhaviTüal½yGb;rMnigPasa EpñkbriBaØabR½tGkSrsa®sþ Sample of Report
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Build Bright University Faculty of Science of Education and Languages CMnaj karbeRgonGkSrsa®sþGg;eKø s qñaMsikSa 2006-2010 Academic Year 2006-2010 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF STUDENTS 1. Students are to form in a group of 3 to 5 in order to write a formal report on their teaching practicum. 2. Each group has four-month time to write their report including six-week or eight-week time to do teaching practicum. 3. Each group has right to choose a supervisor or an advisor to guide their report at the end of year four, semester one. 4. Having been agreed by the advisor, each group has to send a proposal to the office in charge to Formal Report and Final Project Paper. 5. Students have to meet and consult with supervisor/advisor as often as possible. 6. Students have to collect their primary data while doing practicum and collect the secondary data by doing the research in library, Internet, etc. 7. Students are to be responsible for the conformity to the formal format of report of BBU. 8. In case of unexpected circumstances related to report writing, students have to inform to the advisor and the office in charge. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISORS/ADVISORS All the advisors have the responsibility in seeing, approving, editing and coordinating in reporting writing and its format to conform with the formal format of BBU. Sample of Report
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Build Bright University Faculty of Science of Education and Languages 1. Be aware of the rules and procedures of the field of the study 2. Ensure that the student is aware of normal expectations concerning the volume, quality, style, and standard presentation of the paper 3. Provides constructive feedback and thoughtful advice on research and analysis (result, discussions, and conclusions). 4. Examines the report format. 5. Examines the practicum folder 6. Approves on the final project paper/formal report. 7. Coordinates research methodology. 8. Recommends the corrective steps or withdrawal if progress is unsatisfactory. 9. Guides research methodology 10. Provides the guidance to source of literature review. 11. Provides constructive feedback on literature review. 12. Corrects the vocabulary 13. Helps design questionnaire. 14. Takes steps to improve student’s ability to conceive explanatory hypotheses and design critical tests of such hypotheses. 15. Leads on research and analysis (results, discussions, and conclusions). 16. Certifies on the final report Sample of Report
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Build Bright University Faculty of Science of Education and Languages THE FORMAL FORMAT OF A REPORT The following is the agreed format set by taskforce committee of Faculty of Education and Languages of BBU: 1. COVER PAGE 2. SUPERVISOR’S SIGNATURE 3.
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  • Winter '18
  • ........., Language education, Build Bright University

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