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The influence of gender on secondary English students" written responses to text

Janet Elizabeth McIntosh

The influence of gender on secondary English students" written responses to text

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary),
  • High school students -- Attitudes.,
  • Teenage girls -- Attitudes.,
  • Teenage boys -- Attitudes.,
  • Diaries.,
  • Sex differences.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Janet Elizabeth McIntosh.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 319 leaves.
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19388045M
    ISBN 100612410757
    OCLC/WorldCa223881495

      The Story of An Hour is one of my favorite stories by Kate Chopin. If you have not yet read it, it is only a couple pages long, and I implore you to do so! She has a very unique writing style that she developed due to her bi-cultural upbringing. In this specific story, the ending will blow you away! Kate was born in into a family with bi. Gender, Genre, and Writing Style in Formal Written Texts Shlomo Argamon a Moshe Koppelb Jonathan Finec Anat Rachel Shimonib aDept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL bDept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Bar-Ilan University Ramat Gan , Israel cDept. of English, Bar-Ilan University Ramat Gan , Israel.


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The current study investigates the effect of gender on English language learning among Omani higher education students. The results indicate that there are differences between males and females with regard to language learning strategies, language comprehension and language learning motivation.

The study investigated the influence of gender on The influence of gender on secondary English students written responses to text book self-efficacy in public secondary schools of Kisumu County, Kenya.

Bandura’s () Social Cognitive Theory guided the study. The Portrayal of Gender in the Secondary English Texts and its Effects on Students.

was found that teaching practices are the primary influence of how students perceive gender, not the texts that they read. As a result, teachers should incorporate a critical literacy pedagogy into their classes Students offer diverse responses to text Author: Kailee Plucknette.

The purpose of this study is to answer the question: how does the portrayal of gender in secondary English texts and how it effects student’s perception of gender. Critical literacy practices used during the instruction of texts provide students with the opportunities to examine how the literature effects their perceptions of gender.

Through classroom observations, a teacher interview, and Author: Kailee Plucknette. An Irish publisher has stoked the flames of the gender debate currently running in the literary world, revealing that when it asked writers submitting their manuscripts to name their literary.

A number of definitions of learning styles, gender differences in patterns of knowledge in various aspects of language learning and its influence on students’ learning styles and their achievements are analysed in this paper.

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The Influence of Gender, School Location and Socio-Economic achievement of secondary school students in Nigeria in the last two decades has become a major source of including English and mathematics ranges between 15% to 31% (Uwadiae, & All African. Com, ).File Size: KB.

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influence of the Gender Factor to the learning styles of the secondary students in the process of language learning. The object of the research is the gender-based secondary students’ learning style. The method of the research is the analysis of the theoretical pedagogical, psychological, sociological literature.

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topic of a text is an important factor in explaining gender-based differences in second language reading comprehension. Young and Oxford () conducted a study with native English speaking men and women (n = 23 males and 26 females) to examine comprehension and strategies involved in reading two Spanish texts and one English text.

Gender. One aspect of English that is certainly easier than in some other languages is gender. In German, for example, nouns can be masculine, feminine or neuter, and the learner has to know which in order to choose the right article, pronoun and adjective ending.

Culture, Gender, Language and Literature Relationship: 4th Year Elt Students’ Perceptions of Female Issues in American and British Literature Associate Professor Aysun Yavuz1 Abstract In this paper; culture, gender, language and literature relationship is discussed from the sociolinguistics perspective.

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Several recent studies concerning the influence of gender on academic achievement from elementary school through college are reviewed. The research covered focuses on: (1) academic attainment by gender; (2) achievement differences between males and females; (3) causes of achievement differences; (4) hemispheric brain preferences; (5) differential socialization through play and toys; (6.

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