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作者 Torres, Oscar, Jr
書名 Acquiring 21st century language skills: A case study on the impact of teachers' perceptions of students' second language skills on a world language program
國際標準書號 9781124689500
book jacket
說明 134 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 72-08, Section: A, page:
Adviser: Vivian W. Ikpa
Thesis (Ed.D.)--Temple University, 2011
The primary goal of this study was to identify how middle school language teachers bridge the skills acquired and strategies taught in an elementary school language program with the skills taught and practiced at the middle school level. The study will answer in detail this question: What perceptions do middle school teachers form regarding their students' language skills and how do these perceptions impact a world language program? By identifying the language teachers' current perceptions as they relate to their lesson design and delivery, school districts may find relationships between the teachers' perceptions of their students' language abilities and the program's perceived benefits or deficiencies. The researcher examined a middle school language program through the participation of language teachers from three middle schools in an urban setting. The findings indicate that teachers in the program can improve the delivery of their instruction by implementing strategies identified as necessary for the continued growth of the program and for students' acquisition of the language skills needed in the 21st century. Three themes derived from the findings and results of this study are: (1) collaborating with the teachers from the previous level; (2) using question and answer techniques and; (3) minimizing the amount of time used for review
School code: 0225
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 72-08A
主題 Education, Foreign Language
Education, Middle School
Education, Curriculum and Instruction
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0450
0727
Alt Author Temple University. Educational Administration
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