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Learning and Retaining Current Events: Television Vs Newspaper
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This 6 page paper presents a mini-proposal for a research study. Sections include an introduction to the topic, statement of problem and hypothesis (student will retain more by viewing television accounts of news events than by reading them in the newspaper), a literature review and a conclusion. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Music Appreciation Through The Ages
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30 pages in length. One of the reasons that the 'average Joe' cares little for classical music is that he knows nothing of it. We have raised generations in which it is common for the average person to be unable to distinguish between Vivaldi and Tchaikovsky. Khatchaturian is an unknown name, and a response of, 'I've heard that one—it's on all the old cartoons' is commonplace. Some observers believe that classical music is now a special taste, like Greek language or pre-Columbian archeology. With the proper exposure and the proper method of teaching—that of anticipated surprise rather than supreme boredom and all-too-common pretentiousness—that respect can slip into a love of the music that will be enduring for a lifetime and so preserve the genius of the ages. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: Musicapr.rtf

School-Based Intelligence Testing in Children
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10 pages in length. Educators, psychologists, parents and even children have long known there was 'something' not quite right about standardized intelligence tests. They do seem to be ingrained in our society, but their value has been questioned for more than 20 years. Since 1990, the concept of emotional intelligence has been increasingly used to explain the successes of those whose intelligence test results indicated would not perform well. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Standardized Testing
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A 4 page research paper investigating the use of standardized testing. One of the studies reviewed suggests that preparing students to take the test has more effect on their success level than a new curriculum. Bibliography included.
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Standardized Testing & Student Success
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A 6 page paper exploring three research designs to answer the question: Does the format of standardized testing affect student success? Models included are experimental, co-relational, and quantitative. Bibliography lists several sources.
Filename: Stan2.doc

Standardized Testing / An ERIC - Based Literature Review
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A 5 page literature review of standardized testing articles appearing in the ERIC database for educational information. The review includes the inability for educators to reach agreement on the extent of the usefulness of standardized testing and includes information on the growth of such testing following the 1983 publication of A Nation at Risk. Since that time, testing has been integrated to seek both academic and psychological achievement and functioning, and has been used to both promote and hinder efforts of school reform. Bibliography lists 12+ sources.
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Social Studies' Place in Elementary Education
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A 10 page paper discussing the importance of including social studies in elementary education. One of the goals of social studies education has been to lead students to the point that they can be both critical and reflective thinkers, but that focus traditionally has been only marginally at the junior high school level and has been reserved primarily for high school and college. Studies ranging in age from very new to 30 years old have all found that this population consistently has been disappointing in the level of critical thinking that they have been able to achieve when social studies education begins in earnest in junior high school. One obvious possible solution is to begin social studies in earnest in elementary school rather than keep it as only a passing subject that is only briefly addressed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Socstud.doc

Behavior Therapy and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
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A 5 page overview of the benefits of behavior therapy in treating attention deficit disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Defines the physiological basis of these conditions, their behavioral traits, and emphasizes the importance of changing this behavior through behavioral therapy rather than relying exclusively on drugs. Provides a brief review of the literature on the subject. Annotated bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Reading, History, and Cooperative Learning: Working Together for Success
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A 5 page paper discussing learning the subject of history by incorporating content reading and cooperative learning into the curriculum. By combining the various methods and approaches to learning, the student can expect to gain much more valuable information out of history, a subject often confined to lectures. The content area reading method is discussed and defined, as is the method of cooperative learning. Bibliography lists 6sources.
Filename: RAread.doc

Teaching Reading to At Risk Students
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Teaching reading can be a difficult process for primary educators and Special Education educators alike. But the problem of teaching reading is compounded for at-risk populations, which include children with emotional and social disorders, individuals in impoverished communities and children who are speakers of other languages (SOLs). This 17 page paper considers the problem of instructing at-risk students with a particular focus on reading instruction. This paper also considers the issues that stem from children with minimal English proficiency, specific language impairments, and emotional and psychological disorders as these impact the process of learning to read. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: Atrisread.wps

Accelerated Reading
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This is a 6 page paper that proposes a study on the effects of the accelerated reading program designed by Advantage Learning Systems on the reading comprehension and retention of middle-school students. It also proposes to study the effect of that program on the motivation of the students to read outside the classroom. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Early Reading Development
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A 25 page research paper that investigates the factors and skills involved in learning to read and comprehend focusing on beginning readers. Topics covered include the decades-long debate about the value of whole language versus phonics; semantics; syntax; lexical and sublexical routes; phoneme awareness, phonological awareness and the alphabetical principle. Numerous research studies are reported. The write concludes with a recommendation regarding the most effective way to teach reading and comprehension based on the research cited. Bibliography lists 30 sources.
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Effective Strategies For Motivating Children To Read
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A 10 page research paper which looks at a wide variety of the theories which are applied to the task of learning how to read and then to some of their practical applications in the classroom to provide motivation for reading. The writer also examines look for practical applications in current research. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Readstra.wps

Improving Educational Models for Reading Programs in the Middle School Level
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Middle school educators have recognized the significance of success in reading as an indicator of academic advancement and overall performance for individual students. Reading is a fundamental process necessary to attain learning in many different subjects, and the success of reading programs enhances the outcomes for students across disciplines. This 12 page paper considers the problem of addressing reading programming for a varied population of students, and outlines a study of these students in terms of performance outcomes. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Midschol.wps


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