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WebQuest: Bioengineering Food - A Harvest of Fear?: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker

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ERIC - Effects of Reciprocal Teaching Strategies on Reading Comprehension, Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, 2011-Apr

|Reading Comprehension is one of the four components tested by the "MUET" (Malaysian University English Test) for Sixth-Form students in Malaysia, and school teachers are charged with the task of helping these students improve. This article discusses how "reciprocal teaching strategies" could help low-proficiency Sixth-Form students improve their reading comprehension. A study using a quasi-experimental design was conducted among 68 low-proficiency students from four Sixth-Form, intact classes. An intervention of nine reading lessons using reciprocal teaching strategies was administered over a period of one month. Tools for data collection were a pretest, a posttest and five open-ended questions given after the treatment. The findings from the independent t-test and paired-sample t-tests showed a significant difference, revealing the effectiveness of the strategies, and the respondents from the Experimental Group gave positive feedback regarding the use and effects of these
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ERIC - Effects of Reciprocal Teaching Strategies on Reading Comprehension, Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, 2011-Apr

|Reading Comprehension is one of the four components tested by the "MUET" (Malaysian University English Test) for Sixth-Form students in Malaysia, and school teachers are charged with the task of helping these students improve. This article discusses how "reciprocal teaching strategies" could help low-proficiency Sixth-Form students improve their reading comprehension. A study using a quasi-experimental design was conducted among 68 low-proficiency students from four Sixth-Form, intact classes. An intervention of nine reading lessons using reciprocal teaching strategies was administered over a period of one month. Tools for data collection were a pretest, a posttest and five open-ended questions given after the treatment. The findings from the independent t-test and paired-sample t-tests showed a significant difference, revealing the effectiveness of the strategies, and the respondents from the Experimental Group gave positive feedback regarding the use and effects of these
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WebQuest: Human Cloning -Dead or Alive?: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker

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WebQuest: Introduction to Argumentative Writing - Playing Video Games: Good or Bad?: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker

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Using WebQLM to Enhance Performance in Argumentative Writing among Year 12 ESL Students | L. C. | Advances in Language and Literary Studies

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