I can see what I need to know : English as a second language students describe the impact of three active learning strategies on learning English grammar
This capstone examines how seventeen secondary ESL students describe the impact active learning strategies had on learning English grammar. The students in this study are all Asian exchange students, who have had a variety of English training in their respective countries prior to coming to the United States. All of the students are in ESL 1 Grammar. This capstone examines a portion of constructivism, active learning strategies. Active learning strategies are instructional methods that actively involve each student in the learning process. This capstone used three active learning strategies: Think Pair Share (TPS), Role-play, and Jigsaw. The author of this capstone used the following data collection methods: field notes journal, student reflection journals, and interviews.
Pufahl, Casey Dean, "I can see what I need to know : English as a second language students describe the impact of three active learning strategies on learning English grammar" (2007). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 1914.
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