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Magister Thesis English Language Education "WRITING SKILL"

Penulis : citra priski on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 | 11:20 PM

  1. A Profile of Students’ Skills in Writing Literary Responses (A Case Study at English Education Department, Indonesia University of Education)
  2. An action research project to explore the effects of collaborative learning on students' writing quality and their conceptions ofwriting
  3. Developing Software of Interactive Multimedia Activities For Writing Skill
  4. Exploring the Students’ Difficulties in Writing Argumentative Essay A Case Study at an English Department of a University in Jakarta
  5. Hong Kong poetry  a comparison of the developmental experience of Chinese writers writing in English and native speakers of English writing in English and their works
  6. IMPROVING STUDENTS ABILITY IN WRITING RECOUNT PARAGRAPHS THROUGH WEBBING TECHNIQUE An Experimental Study
  7. PEER FEEDBACK STUDENTS’ NARRATIVE WRITING DEVELOPMENT AND STUDENTS’ RESPONSES (A Case Study in an ESL Writing Classroom)
  8. SCAFFOLDING INSTRUCTION IN TEACHING HORTATORY EXPOSITION WRITING
  9. TEACHER FEEDBACK IN WRITING (A Case Study at an Islamic Senior High School in Bandung)
  10. TEACHING EXPOSITION WRITING AT A CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING (CLIL) CLASSROOM A Case Study at a Pioneering International Standard School Class in One State Junior High School in Bandung
  11. THE DEVELOPMENTS OF WRITING SKILLS THROUGH COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES A Case Study at English Department of a Private University in Bandung
  12. THE PROCESS OF WRITING TEXTBOOKS A case study of two English teachers who write textbooks
  13. The Students Written Response Improvements In Literature Circles Program (A case study of one public high school in Demak)
  14. THE STUDENTS’ ABILITY AND PROBLEMS IN WRITING A RESEARCH PROPOSAL
  15. A STUDY OF COLLOCATIONAL ERROR TYPES IN ESLEFL COLLEGE LEARNERS WRITING
  16. A study of coherence in writing as a basis to identify teaching materials for engineering students
  17. A study of students' responses to their teachers' written feedback on writing
  18. A study of teachers' perceptions of how they teach writing in English language classes at the British council in Hong Kong
  19. A study of the effectiveness of code-marking in enhancing grammatical accuracy in secondary ESL writing in Hong Kong
  20. A study of the effects of the medium of word processing and electronic feedback on intermediate ESL students' attitudes to writing and revision strategies
  21. A study on fluency, complexity and accuracy in the writing of Mainland students of a Hong Kong university
  22. Electronic communication and its contribution to students' writing development a case study of a group of ESL engineering students in Hong Kong
  23. Exploring the Role of Model Essays in the IELTS Writing Test A Feedback Tool, Makoto Abe
  24. Feedback on EFL writing in a Hong Kong secondary school teachers' and students' beliefs and practices
  25. Implementing student self-assessment in a secondary four writing class of a local secondary school
  26. Investigating Hong Kong tertiary students' perceptions of the cognitive requirements of writing tasks in three English language proficiency tests
  27. Low frequency vocabulary and ESL writing assessment
  28. Peer feedback and self review in ESL writing of Chinese students
  29. Reflections on the implementation of a new literacy programme with a focus on reading and writing in a Hong Kong primary one classroom
  30. Studying the first-year students' experience of writing their reflection journals with the use of a web-based system
  31. The challenge of subject-area writing  a diagnostic study of L2 students' argumentative history essays
  32. The effectiveness of teacher written feedback on S.3 students' ability to produce elaborations in expository writing
  33. The effects of written teacher commentary on student writing
  34. The impact of teacher responses to students' writing in Hong Kong inhibitive or faciltative
  35. The use of adjective patterns in Hong Kong secondary school students' writing  a case study
  36. Towards understanding learners' perception of assessment an investigation of ESL students' perception of timed writing assessment in an EAP context
  37. What kind of feedback is appropriate for the journal writing of language learners  action research in a secondary classroom in Hong Kong
  38. Writing in the disciplines English literature building on freshman composition
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