Unit I

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Thread titleRepliesLast modified
Getting started215:06, 21 September 2010
Examples of qualitative research115:00, 17 September 2010
Examples of qualitative research014:58, 17 August 2010
How will you determine your audience?013:52, 8 August 2010
How would you define a complete idea, thought, or opinion?013:16, 8 August 2010
What do you know and how do you know it?013:15, 8 August 2010

Getting started

  • Once you have created an account in WE add a user page boilerplate to your user page. Include a section that includes the following:
    • List at least 10 research questions related to applied linguistics
    • My idea job would be...
    • As an English language learner, my greatest challenges when conducting qualitative research are...
  • Add your name to the main page.
  • Click the discussion tab above and answer the discussion question.
Bnleez (talk)14:16, 24 August 2010

1.What kind of methods exist in language teaching? 2.Is a university teacher uses methods? 3.What methods a university teacher uses in a classroom? 4.Are traditional methods still used by a university teacher? 5.Which is the best method to teach, modern or traditional? 6.Is the student able to recognize if the teacher is usin a traditional or a modern method in the learning process? 7.Which methodology has more impact in the student? 8.How the teacher implements the different methods? 9.Is there a method that involves both methodologies? 10.How the teacher considers himself, modern or traditional? --Marco gallegos 20:29, 17 September 2010 (UTC)

Marco gallegos (talk)20:29, 17 September 2010

How do students communicate with teachers in ways that impact a change in teaching and learning methodology and/or techniques?
What changes in teaching techniques occur after students communicate a need for a different teaching approach?
How do teacher and student perspectives relate to the change in teaching approach?

Bnleez (talk)15:05, 21 September 2010
 
 

Examples of qualitative research

Reply to this post and list your examples.

Bnleez (talk)14:27, 24 August 2010

Case study reference: Flessa Joseph, Gallager-Mackay K., Ciufetelli Parker Darlene. (2010). “Good steady process” success stories from Ontario elementary schools in challenging circumstances. Canadian journal of educational administration and policy. 101.

Ethnography reference: Caskey M. Micky, Brinegar Kathleen. (2010). “I’m feel like I’m safe again:” a discussion of middle grades organizational structures from the perspective of immigrant youth and their teachers. RMLE Online. 33.

Grounded Theory reference: Ottarsdottir Unnur, Reykjavik, Iceland. (2010). Writing-images. Art therapy: Journal of the American art therapy association. 21 (1). 32-39.

Narrative reference: Parry Becky. (2010). Moving stories: exploring children’s uses of media in their story telling and the implications for teaching about narrative in schools. English teaching: practice and critique. 9 (1). 58-72.

Phenomenology reference: Beebe Ronald, Vonderwell Selma, Boboc Marius. (2010). Emerging patterns in transferring assessment practices from f2f to online environments. Electronic journal of e-learning. 8 (1). 1-12.

Marco gallegos (talk)15:00, 17 September 2010
 

Examples of qualitative research

Find an example of each of the types of qualitative research via the UAA virtual library. State the type of research and the reference to the article below.

Bnleez (talk)22:35, 5 August 2010

How will you determine your audience?

Discuss how you will determine your target audience.

Bnleez (talk)13:52, 8 August 2010

How would you define a complete idea, thought, or opinion?

Write a one paragraph response to this question, following the MEAL plan.

Bnleez (talk)13:16, 8 August 2010

What do you know and how do you know it?

Write two paragraphs about what you know and how you know it. Follow the MEAL plan.

Bnleez (talk)13:15, 8 August 2010