Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
Kristina M. Herman Hill
This study was conducted to answer the following question: Can MALP® help raise the ELP of our EL students in writing by focusing on new activities for learning to improve linguistic complexity? Based on the existing literature, I designed my study to incorporate tried strategies pertaining to the implementation of MALP® in Writing with a focus on linguistic complexity in the classroom. I carefully documented my students’ progress using established assessments. At the end of five months, more than fifty percent of my students rose to the next level on the ELP rubric for Writing, a much more promising progress compared to previous results, leading me to conclude that MALP® is indeed an effective instructional model.
Action Research, Field Study
Rehayem, Jehan Hanna, "MALP® In The Classroom With A Focus On New Activities For Learning To Improve Linguistic Complexity In Writing For English Learners Seventh-Grade Students" (2017). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4330.