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Often second language learners are asked to write a research paper by reading sources from secondary research and to give evidence to support their topic, yet they do not understand the kinds of information that formulate secondary research. Thus, there is an educational need for L2 learners to conduct primary research through surveys in order to understand its process, and also to gain insight into the kinds of information that secondary research may contain. This in turn, then, will lead the... More
Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: January 27, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 16, 2013
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Submitter: Mary Ewald
Keywords: charts, projects, esl, collaboration, technology, goanimate, data, negotiation, survey, questions, surveymonkey, research, graphs

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: <span><span><span> PC or Mac Online tools: Create a Graph, SurveyMonkey, Skype, Google Docs, Gmail account Internet connection </span></span><br /><span><span>Time: This lesson plan requires 3 weeks with meetings every day. Online collaboration takes place at home or at school independently. </span></span></span>
Language: English
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Creative Commons: Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States

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Avatar for Carlie F
3 years ago

Carlie F (Teacher (K-12))

I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan. Your lesson plan includes a variety of pedagogical strategies such as engagement strategies, practice opportunities, feedback, setting goals, and scaffolding.

I have not heard of the websites that you used to create the surveys and graphs. I cannot wait to implement the Kids’ Zone website into my math curriculum. It is very kid-friendly and would benefit my students in so many ways.

It is important for teachers to make learning fun and keep the students engaged with strategies beyond a textbook. Allowing students to apply their learning to the world beyond the classroom teaches them more than just basics of the language.

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