Improving Students Language Performance

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Improving Student’s Language Performance Enhancing Vocabulary & Speaking
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IMPROVING STUDENTS LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE 2 OUTLINE Title: Phase I I. Abstract II. Introduction III. Student and school information IV. Instructional profile V. Teaching/Learning problem VI. Rationale VII. Approval VIII. Classroom and participation IX. Technology-based solution X. Relative advantage Phase II I. Behavioral learning objectives I. Instructional Issue II. Technology-Based
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IMPROVING STUDENTS LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE 3 Major Outcome III. ABCD Objective 1 IV. ABCD Objective 2 V. ABCD Objective 3 II. Assessment VI. Assessment of the ABCD Objective 1 VII. Assessment of the ABCD Objectives 2 and 3 Phase III I. Introduction II. Preparation III. Instructional integration strategies IV. Accommodations V. Timeline VI. Approval VII. Supporting research
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IMPROVING STUDENTS LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE 4 Abstract Our growing dependence on technological innovations in our daily lives is unstoppable. Technology has had a positive impact in the education system.In phase one of this project, the teaching and learning problems were identified and presented. Additionally, a brief narrative of the district, instructional profileand student population involved in the study were also presented. The instructor introduced a technology-based solution to the education system, the target group, the rationale behind the chosen solution and the relative advantage for selecting the proposed technology. Through appropriate use, having technology incorporated into the curriculum of school systems gives children the opportunity to develop their intellect to a higher level and in the process enabling them to become well-rounded individuals (Meskill, 2002). Multimedia programs offer a natural combination of the benefits that facilitate foreign language education. According to research findings, computer technology has really helped in improving students’ comprehension and memory in learning Spanish vocabulary (Moore, 1996). Students are able to have a good understanding of foreign languages through the use of technology.
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IMPROVING STUDENTS LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE 5 Introduction The current teaching curriculum seems very complex and therefore many students find it difficult to cope with it. Things become even more complicated when students are supposed to grasp information that is completely strange. The current curriculum changes make it difficult for students to remember what they are taught in class. Teaching a foreign language is very challenging to the teachers because students take a lot of time to comprehend the class materials. Teachers are forced to spend large amounts of instructional times in reviewing materials while students struggle to keep up with the speed of the class. This project entirely focused on the need to develop relevant educational tools that can
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course DEP 235 taught by Professor Eeer during the Spring '11 term at Assoc. of Chartered Certified Accountants.

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