College-level ELLs in two English composition courses: the transition from ESL to the mainstream
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Master of Arts (MA) in English: Teaching English as a Second Language
"This study will analyze patterns' in ESL student academic behavior particularly related to classroom learning during their transition between English 101 and English 201. The student academic behaviors are particularly linguistic, based on the five langauge skills reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar. These behaviors will be analyzed separately through participant observation in class, and through two surveys given to participants in the study. Data will be analyzed for patterns in student academic behavior in each classroom context. Then, patterns in student academic behavior will be compared between the classroom contexts"--Leaf iv.
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Copley, Andrew J., "College-level ELLs in two English composition courses: the transition from ESL to the mainstream" (2016). EWU Masters Thesis Collection. 345.
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