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As I’ve been currently taking a course on project-based learning, I’ve been thinking also about the similarities and differences between project-based learning and problem-based learning. Before unpacking the two terms, my gut feeling wa…

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Consider the sources and techniques you use to find articles online. Check out DuckDuckGo, using Bangs to streamline the search process! BENJAMIN L. STEWART, PHD Use the DuckDuckGo search engine to protect you from others accessing your se…

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June 12, 2021

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What’s the main objective when presenting an oral defense? Objective (questions) Are you posing researchable questions that relate to the theory (i.e., literature review)? Do your researchable questions included in the presentat…

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4 (80%-100%)Literature review demonstrates complete understanding and execution of an integrated research project relevant to the teaching of English as an additional language. Thesis statement/argument is clearly stated (in terms of two-to-four…

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As you develop your literature review for Unit I, you’ll also need to begin searching for possible participants for your study. Consider the following (Click the up/down arrow to the left of each question for more information): Do you n…

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When writing a thesis paper (or most five-paragraph essays), consider a point-by-point method. The research matrix below serves as a method for organizing your information from primary research articles when developing a coherent academic text. …

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Criteria for writing a good thesis statement A thesis statement should be one sentence.A thesis statement occurs at the end of your introduction paragraph (i.e., the last sentence).A thesis statement should consist of the following: 1) the topic,…

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Notice what you added to the significance section of your Problem Statement. The questions below are meant to help you think more specifically about the significance of your study and your overall research objectives. Task Considering the ques…

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At the thesis statement level, choose the one organizational pattern that best suits your overall argument. At the section and paragraph levels, it’s common to consider a combination of organizational patterns. Order of Importance…

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