ENGLISH AND LINGUISTIC PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

 

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ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  1. THE LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR 21ST CENTURY ENGLISH PEDAGOGY

  2. SEMANTIC REDUNDANCY IN STUDENTS’ SPEECHES

  3. REDUPLICATION IN NIGERIAN ENGLISH

  4. PERSUASION THROUGH FIGURATIVE USE OF LANGUAGE

  5. MOTHER TONGUE (HAUSA) INTERFERENCE ON THE SYNTAX OF SECOND LANGUAGE (ENGLISH)

  6. LITERARY STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF LABO YARI’S A DAY WITHOUT COCKCROW

  7. LEXICO-SEMANTIC NIGERIAN ISM IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  8. LANGUAGE OF PERSUASION: AN EXAMINATION OF GOVERNOR ALIYU WAMAKKO’S SELECTED SPEECHES

  9. INTERROGATING THE NORTHERN NIGERIAN SOCIETY

  10. INCORRECT PUNCTUATION, AS A CAUSE OF AMBIGUITY AND MISUNDERSTANDING IN WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

  11. CORRELATION BETWEEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE– IN – ENGLISH

  12. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND HAUSA NOMINAL PHRASES

  13. AMBIGUITIES IN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  14. A PRAGMATICS ANALYSIS OF NEGATION IN SELECTED U.S AND NIGERIAN PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES

  15. PERSPECTIVES IN COLONIALISM (IN TRIALS OF DEDAN KIMATHI BY NGUGO WA THIONGO AND SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD BY ATHOL FUGARD)

  16. RACISM & AESTHETICS IN ALEX LA GUMA’S A WALK IN THE NIGHT AND PETER ABRAHAMS’S MINE BOY

  17. SOCIO POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ALIENATION IN HELON HABILA’S WAITING FOR AN ANGEL AND OIL ON WATER

  18. THE EFFECT OF PIDGIN ENGLISH IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF UYO

  19. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF JESUS’ CONVERSATION WITH THE SAMARITAN WOMAN

  20. A MAN IN WHOM I HAVE GREAT CONFIDENCE : A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF FORMER PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO’S FAREWELL SPEECH TO NIGERIANS

  21. INTERPRETING THEATRE AS A COMMUNICATION MEDIUM

  22. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC LIBRARY SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE OF KADUNA STATE [A CASE STUDY OF KADUNA STATE LIBRARY BOARD, KADUNA]

  23. THE INFLUENCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ON OUR NIGERIAN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES: EXAMPLES OF BORROWING FROM ENGLISH INTO YORUBA BY UNILORIN UNDERGRADUATES

  24.   THE IMPACT OF NIGERIA PIDGIN ENGLISH ON THE PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY

  25. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD BY BUCHI EMECHETA

  26. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHIMAMANDA  NGOZI ADICHIE’S THE THING AROUND YOUR NECK

  27. THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  28. THE TEACHING OF INTEGRATED SCIENCE (ITS) IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS(A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN IGABI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE)

  29. THE THEME OF CLASS CONFLICT IN SUZZANE COLLINS’ THE HUNGER GAMES TRILOGY

  30. THE EFFECT OF THE NIGERIAN PIDGIN ENGLISH ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NIGERIA. ACASE STUDY OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA STUDENTS IN BENIN STUDY CENTRE.

  31. USE OF LANGUAGE IN THE EXPRESSION OF RACISM; A STUDY OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S BLACK BOY

  32. ISSUES OF FEMINISTIC IN SEFI ATTA’S EVERY THING GOOD WILL COME AND AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES

  33. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIETY Using the work of Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter,

  34. THE LANGUAGE IN FEMINIST LITERATURE IN MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER

  35. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN   RELIGION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL DENOMINATIONS

  36. THE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL: ITS FUNCTIONS AND AESTHETICS.

  37. THE PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF HOSPITAL POSTERS IN SELECTED ABUJA HOSPITALS.

  38. THE PROBLEM OF ORAL EXPRESSION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE. SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE

  39. THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (A Study of Rimi College Kaduna) 

  40. THE POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DISORDER, USING TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST AND OKEY NDIBE’S ARROW OF RAIN

  41. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF NIGERIAN PROVERBS IN WOLE SOYINKA’S THE LION AND THE JEWEL

  42. STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING LOW ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA STATE  (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA LOCAL GOVERNMENT)

  43. SYMBOLS AND IMAGES AS POETIC TECHNIQUES IN SOUTH AFRICAN POETRY, THE EXAMPLE OF DENNIS BRUTUS AND OSWALD MBUYISENI MTSHALI

  44. SYNTACTIC AND LEXICO-SEMANTIC ANALYSES OF SELECTED SMS TEXT MESSAGES AMONG THE UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN STUDENTS

  45. SYMBOLS OF DECADENCE IN AYI KWEI ARMAH’STHE BEAUTIFUL ONES ARE NOT YET BORN

  46. TENSE ERRORS IN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  47. THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN THE PLAYS OUR HUSBAND HAVE GONE MAD AGAIN BY OLA ROTIMI AND TRACIE CHINA UTOH’S OUR WIVES HAVE GONE MAD AGAIN

  48. THE EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN ENGLISH IN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

  49. THE EFFECT OF PIDGIN ENGLISH IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF UYO

  50. THE ELEMENT OF PARA-GOTHICISM IN CHARLOTTE BRONTE’S JANE EYRE AND EMILY BRONTE’S WUTHERING HEIGHTS

  51. THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE PLANNING ON TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS

  52. GENDER DIFFERENTIALS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE: A CASE STUDY IN THREE SELECTED SCHOOLS IN EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE

  53. ARTERIAL ROADS IN THE INTRA-URBAN NETWORK OF IKEJA.

  54. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND OKEY NDIBE’S ARROWS OF RAIN

  55. THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS LITERARY TRADITION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF IGALA COMMUNITY

  56. THE NATURE OF TRUANCY AND THE LIFE WORLD OF TRUANTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  57. THE WRITER AND THE NIGER DELTA: A STUDY OF KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW AND TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST

  58. THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING SERVICES IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN DOKA AREA

  59. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED  CARTOONS IN VANGUARD NEWSPAPER.

  60. AN EXAMINATION OF THE ORAL ENGLISH SUBJECT CONTENT: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS INETI OSA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

  61. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SLANG AND CATCHY PHRASES USED IN SOME SELECTED NIGERIAN HIP-HOP SONGS.

  62. A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF SOME SELECTED POLITICAL POSTERS

  63. DIABETES A LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN NIGERIA, HOW NURSES THROUGH EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROMOTION COULD INCREASE DIABETES AWARENESS AMONG NIGERIANS

  64. A GENDER ANALYSIS ON NOVEL FACELESS BY AMMA DARKO

  65. A  PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL INTERVIEWS IN A SELECTED DAILY NEWSPAPER. (THE PUNCH)

  66. A SOCIO LINGUISTIC STUDY OF CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN NIGERIAN INSTITUTIONS: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN UNDERGRADUATES’ CONVERSATIONS

  67. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ATHOL FUGARD’S SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD

  68. A SOCIO LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF PROVERBS IN ADIMORA- EZEIGBO’ S TRAFFICKED

  69. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED POEMS IN NIYI OSUNDARE’SRANDOM BLUES

  70. CODE MIXING AS A SOCIO LINGUISTIC MEDIUM IN SOME SELECTED SONGS IN THE NIGERIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY

  71. CLASS STRATIFICATION, POVERTY AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FESTUS IYAYI’SVIOLENCE AND  OLU OBAFEMI WHEELS.

  72. CHARACTERIZATION AND SYMBOLISM IN OLU OBAFEMI’S WHEELS AND NGUGI WA THIONGO’S A GRAIN OF WHEAT

  73. ASPECTS OF THE PHONOLOGY OF  KOFYAR LANGUAGE

  74. ART AND POLITICS IN WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY AND OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  75. AN EXAMINATION OF THE ORAL ENGLISH SUBJECT CONTENT: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS INETI OSA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

  76. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT. A CASE STUDY OF THE VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  77. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISEMENT IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  78. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF AKACHI ADIMORA-EZEIGBO’S TRAFFICKED

  79. CRITICAL DISOURSE ANALYSIS OF OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  80. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EMECHETA’SSECONDCLASS CITIZEN AND NWAPA’S EFURU

  81. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  82. CULTURE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN BUCHI EMECHETA’S THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD AND CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS.

  83. COMPUTERIZED LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM

  84. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN HANDBILLS IN UGHELLI

  85. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON WALE OKEDIRAN’S STRANGE ENCOUNTER

  86. EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN POPULAR MUSIC ON THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIAN STUDENTS (POP, RAP AND REGGAE)

  87. EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN R&B MUSIC ON THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA

  88. EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING IN ABUBAKAR GUMI COLLEGE

  89. EXAMINE THE ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS THE PRIMARY EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN

  90. EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEUR AMONG GRADUATES IN NIGERIA

  91. FACTORS AFFECTING LANGUAGE CHOICE IN A MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY

  92. FACTORS AFFECTING SECONDARY SCHOOL ORAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTION IN OSOGBO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OSUN STATE

  93. FACTORS AFFECTING WRITTEN COMPOSITION IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS:  A CASE STUDY OF EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE

  94. FACTORS AFFECTING SECONDARY SCHOOL ORAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTION IN OSOGBO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OSUN STATE

  95. FACTS AND FICTION IN AKACHI ADIMORA – EZEIGBO’S CHLDREN OF THE EAGLE AND THE LAST OF THE STRONG ONES

  96. FAMILY AND SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF THINGS FALL APART AND PURPLE HIBISCUS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

  97. GENDER ISSUES IN AKACHI ADIMORA EZEIGBO’S TRAFFICKED AND ZAYNAB ALKALI’S THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN

  98. GENDER ISSUES IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS AND NAWAL EL SAADAVIS WOMAN AT POINT ZERO

  99. INDOCTRINATION OF EUROPEAN CULTURE ON WEST AFRICA IN CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS

  100. INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISCOURSE FEATURES IN FEMI OSOFISAN’S MIDNIGHT HOTEL

  101. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE AS A TOOL FOR IDENTIFYING PEOPLES TRIBE AND ETHNIC GROUPS IN NIGERIA

  102. LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AMONG TEENAGERS AND ITS EFFECT

  103. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIETY

  104. LEXICO – SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF VIEWPOINT COLUMN OF PUNCH NEWSPAPER

  105. A LEXICO-SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ERRORS IN SELECTED YORUBA FILM SUBTITLED IN ENGLISH

  106. MAGIC POETRY: A STUDY OF ARUGBA INVOCATION IN OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL

  107. MENACE OF TEXT MESSAGE ABBREVIATIONS ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAMINATIONS (A STUDY OF THREE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OKOTA L.G.A)

  108. MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN ENGLISH NEWS CAST: A CASE OF KWARA TELEVISION NEWS

  109. MOTIVATIONAL NEEDS OF PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN NIGERIA (a CASE STUDY OF KADUNA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

  110. NON-RECEPTION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE IN ADULTS

  111. PERSPECTIVES IN COLONIALISM (IN TRIALS OF DEDAN KIMATHI BY NGUGO WA THIONGO AND SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD BY ATHOL FUGARD)

  112. POETRY AS AN EXPRESSION OF ANGER:  A CASE STUDY OF TANURE OJAIDE’S THE FATE OF VULTURES AND OTHER POEMS

  113. PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN WIVES REVOLE AND OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  114. Pragmatic analysis of olisa metuh’s dysphemisms against president muhammadubuhari’s administration

  115. PROPAGANDA IN POLITICS:  THE USE OF LANGUAGE FOR EFFECT IN ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN

  116. RACISM AND OPPRESSION IN BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE: AN EXAMPLE OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S BLACK BOY

  117.  RACISM AND OPPRESSION IN BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE: A STUDY OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S NATIVE SON AND BLACK BOY

  118. REVOLUTIONARY AESTHETICS IN NGUGI AND MUGO’S THE TRIAL OF DEDAN KIMATHI AND HUSSEIN’S KINJEKETILE

  119. SATIRE AND SOCIAL MEDIATION IN WOLE SOYINKA’S:A CASE STUDY OF THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO AND A PLAY OF GIANTS

  120. SATIRE IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN DRAMA: A CASE STUDY OF HARVEST OF CORRUPTION BY FRANK OGODO OGBECHE AND DEATH AND THE KINGS HORSEMAN BY WOLE SOYINKA

  121. SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE OF MARKET INTERACTION IN MUSHIN MARKET

  122. PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF FEMALE STUDENTS BY LECTURERS IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

  123. SMS TEXTING AMONG GSM USERS IN NIGERIA: A MORPHO-SYNTACTIC

  124. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES

  125. SYNTACTIC INNOVATION PROCESSES IN NIGERIAN ENGLISH

  126. THE PROBLEM OF TENSES AMONG NIGERIAN SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  127. THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LINGUISTIC AND GRAMMATICAL THEORIES

  128. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FEMINISM IN AFRICA

  129. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIETY

  130. FRAMING OF HATE SPEECH IN SELECTED BROADCASTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF BIAFRA(IPOB)

  131. CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHING AMONG MARKET WOMEN IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ILORIN KWARA STATE)

  132. ASPECT OF THE PHONOLOGY OF YUKUBEN

  133. WORD FORMATION PROCESSES IN NIGERIAN SHORT-MESSAGE SERVICE

  134. PROJECT TOPIC: COORDINATING AND SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS IN UDA

  135. PROJECT TOPIC: UDA CONSONANT SYSTEM

  136. PROJECT TOPIC: AFRICAN VALUES TRADITIONAL AND MODERN IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S Changes AND ASARE KONADU’S A WOMAN IN HER PRIME

  137. PROJECT TOPIC: CORRUPTION AND VICTIMIZATION IN ISIDORE OKPEWHOTIDES AND ANTHONY ABAGHA’S CHILDREN OF OLOIBIRI

  138. PROJECT TOPIC: POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND OKEY NDIBE’S ARROWS OF RAIN

  139. STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  140. THE SOCIETY AND THE GIRL CHILD IN THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISONAND KAINE AGARYS YELLOW YELLOW

  141. THE SOCIETY AND THE GIRL CHILD IN THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISONAND KAINE AGARYS YELLOW YELLOW

  142. THE ELEMENT OF PARA-GOTHICISM IN CHARLOTTE BRONTE’S JANE EYRE AND EMILY BRONTE’S WITHERING HEIGHTS

  143. PROJECT TOPIC: THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIETY

  144. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  145. EFFECTS OF MASS MEDIA ON YORUBA CULTURE AND TRADITION

  146. PROBLEM AND PROSPECT OF MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA

  147. FEMINISM

  148. PROJECT TOPIC: EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEUR AMONG GRADUATES IN NIGERIA

  149. STYLISTICS AND STYLE

  150. THE CONSEQUENCE OF THE LOSS OF PREDICTABLE POLITICAL POWER IN A COMMUNITY

  151. Origin of Pidgin

  152. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN   RELIGION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL DENOMINATIONS

  153. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT

  154. A LINGUISTIC STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE CAMPAIGN   SPEECHES OF TWO PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES IN THE 2011 ELECTIONS

  155. TENSE ERRORS IN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  156. THE INFLUENCE OF NURSERY EDUCATION ON PUPILS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  157. ANALYZING  THE TENSE AND ASPECTUAL SYSTEM OF ANAANG LANGUAGES, A MEMBER OF THE LOWER CROSS SUB GROUP OF THE NIGER CONGO LANGUAGE SPOKEN IN EIGHT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN AKWA IBOM STATE

  158. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE AS A TOOL OF IDENTIFYING PEOPLES TRIBE / ETHNIC GROUP IN NIGERIA.

  159. INHIBITIONS TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IN KADUNA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION GIDAN-WAYA

  160. MODERN CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN NIGERIAA CASE STUDY OF HAUSA COMMUNITY IN KATSINA  ALA L.G A. BENUE STATE 

  161. CORRUPTION AND VICTIMIZATION IN ISIDORE OKPEWHOTIDES AND ANTHONY ABAGHA’S CHILDREN OF OLOIBIRI 

  162. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL DENOMINATIONS

  163. THE PREDOMINANT STYLISTIC DEVICES USED BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O IN HIS LATEST NOVEL WIZARD OF THE CROW AND WHY HE USED THEM.

  164. FEMINISTIC ISSUES IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND SEFI ATTA’S EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME

  165. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DISORDER USING THE ACTIVIST BY TANURE OJAIDE AND ARROW OF RAIN BY OKE NDIBE,

  166. THE EFFECTS OF NIGERIA PIDGIN ENGLISH ON STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTION.

  167. LANGUAGE IN FEMINIST LITERATURE: A STUDY OF MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER

  168. THE ROLE OF PIDGIN AS A MEANS OF COMMUNICATION IN UNIFYING STUDENTS

  169. A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE ON THE DILEMMA OF THE GIRL CHILD IN AFRICAN CULTURE

  170. THEMES AND STYLE IN CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE’S DR. FAUSTUS

  171. INVESTIGATION INTO THE ENACTMENT OF POWER AND IDEOLOGICAL BACKBONE IN THE INAUGURAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI AND EX-PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN.

  172. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF OLISA METUH’SDYSPHEMISMS AGAINST PRESIDENT MUHAMMADUBUHARI’S ADMINISTRATION

  173. THE EFFECT OF YORUBA ON THE SPOKEN ENGLISH OF MUSHIN MARKET WOMEN IN LAGOS

  174. INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISCOURSE FEATURES IN FEMI OSOFISAN’S MIDNIGHT HOTEL

  175. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF JESUS’ CONVERSATION WITH THE SAMARITAN WOMAN

  176. ISSUES IN MODERN AFRICAN LITERATURE

  177. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN HANDBILLS IN UGHELLI

  178. THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING ON THE STUDENT’S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN EMMANUEL COLLEGE, ODEDA, OGUN STATE NIGERIA.

  179. TENSE ERRORS IN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  180. THE EFFECT OF THE NIGERIAN PIDGEN ENGLISH ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

  181. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT TO THE SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER

  182. POETRY AS AN EXPRESSION OF ANGER:  A CASE STUDY OF TANURE OJAIDE’S THE FATE OF VULTURES AND OTHER POEMS

  183. PROPAGANDA IN POLITICS:  THE USE OF LANGUAGE FOR EFFECT IN ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN

  184. POLITICAL CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA: CAUSES AND PREVENTION, USING THE WORK OF SELECTED ACTIVISTS AND WRITERS IN NIGERIA

  185. PREDOMINANT DEVICES USED BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O IN HIS NOVEL WIZARD OF THE CROW.

  186. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES

  187. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  188. THE ELEMENT OF PARA GOTHICISM CHARLOTTE BRONTE’S JANE EYRE AND EMILY BRONTE’S WUTHERING HEIGHTS

  189. FACTORS AFFECTING LANGUAGE CHOICE IN A MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY

  190. LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AMONG TEENAGERS AND ITS EFFECT:  A CASE STUDY OF TEENAGERS IN UYO

  191. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE AS A TOOL OF IDENTIFYING PEOPLES TRIBE / ETHNIC GROUP IN NIGERIA

  192. QUESTION FORMATION IN MIJILI

  193. QUESTION FORMATION IN MERNYANG

  194.  THE EFFECTS OF QUALIFICATION OF ENGLISH TEACHERS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED SCHOOLS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

  195. QUESTION FORMATION IN KONO LANGUAGE

  196. QUESTION FORMATION IN KOENOEM LANGUAGE

  197. QUESTION FORMATION IN ADIM

  198. NOUN PHRASE IN MIGILI

  199. NEGATION IN YUKUBEN LANGUAGE

  200. NEGATION IN YESKWA LANGUAGE

  201. NEGATION IN UNEME LANGUAGE

  202. NEGATION IN NUNGU LANGUAGE

  203. NEGATION IN MERNYANG

  204. NEGATION IN ATSAM (CHAWAI) LANGUAGE

  205. NEGATION IN ADIM LANGUAGE

  206. NEGATION IN MIGILI

  207. ASPECTS OF KOFYAR MORPHOLOGY OF KOFYAR LANGUAGE

  208. MORPHOLOGY OF BURA LANGUAGE

  209. ASPECTS OF YUKUBEN NOUN PHRASE

  210. ASPECTS OF YUKUBEN MORPHOLOGY

  211. ASPECTS OF YIWOM MORPHOLOGY

  212. ASPECTS OF YESKWA VERB PHRASE

  213. ASPECTS OF YESKWA PHONOLOGY

  214. ASPECTS OF UNEME VERB PHRASE

  215. ASPECTS OF UNEME MORPHOLOGY

  216. ASPECTS OF THE PHONOLOGY OF GUNGANCHI LANGUAGE

  217. ASPECTS OF THE PHONOLOGY OF GUNGANCHI LANGUAGE

  218. ASPECTS OF THE PHONOLOGY OF KOFYAR LANGUAGE

  219. ASPECTS OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF ATSAM LANGUAGE

  220. ASPECTS OF THE MORPHOLOGY IN YESKWA LANGUAGE

  221. ASPECTS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN YIWOM.

  222. ASPECTS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN ÌJÀ-KÓRÒ

  223. ASPECTS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN GUNGANCHI LANGUAGE

  224. ASPECTS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN BURA LANGUAGE

  225. ASPECTS OF PHONOLOGY OF ATSAM LANGUAGE

  226. ASPECTS OF NOUN PHRASE IN KURAMA LANGUAGE

  227. ASPECTS OF NOUN BURA NOUN PHRASE

  228. ASPECTS OF NEGATION IN KOENOEM LANGUAGE

  229. ASPECTS OF NEGATION IN KANINKON

  230. ASPECTS OF MIGILI VERB PHRASE

  231. ASPECTS OF MERNYANG MORPHOLOGY

  232. ASPECTS OF KUTURMI VERB PHRASE

  233. ASPECTS OF KUTURMI MORPHOLOGY

  234. ASPECTS OF KORO MORPHOLOGY

  235. ASPECTS OF KONO VERB PHRASE

  236. ASPECTS OF KOENOEM VERB PHRASE

  237. ASPECTS OF KOENOEM PHONOLOGY

  238. ASPECTS OF KOENOEM NOUN-PHRASE

  239. ASPECTS OF KANINKON VERB PHRASE

  240. ASPECTS OF ÌJÀ-KÓRÒ PHONOLOGY

  241. ASPECTS OF GUNGANCI MORPHOLOGY

  242. ASPECTS OF BURA PHONOLOGY

  243. ASPECTS OF ADIM PHONOLOGY

  244. ASPECTS OF ADIM MORPHOLOGY

  245. ASPECTS OF MIGILI MORPHOLOGY

  246. ASPECTS OF BURA NEGATION

  247. ASPECT OF THE PHONOLOGY OF YUKUBEN

  248. INVESTIGATION INTO THE ENACTMENT OF POWER AND IDEOLOGICAL BACKBONE IN THE INAUGURAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI AND EX-PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN

  249. SATIRE IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN DRAMA: A CASE STUDY OF HARVEST OF CORRUPTION BY FRANK OGODO OGBECHE AND DEATH AND THE KINGS HORSEMAN BY WOLE SOYINKA

  250. FAMILY AND SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF THINGS FALL APART AND PURPLE HIBISCUS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

  251. THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN THE PLAYS OUR HUSBAND HAVE GONE MAD AGAIN

  252. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF OLISA METUH’SDYSPHEMISMS AGAINST PRESIDENT MUHAMMADUBUHARI’S ADMINISTRATION

  253. THE EFFECT OF YORUBA ON THE SPOKEN ENGLISH OF MUSHIN MARKET WOMEN IN LAGOS

  254. INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISCOURSE FEATURES IN FEMI OSOFISAN’S MIDNIGHT HOTEL

  255. ISSUES IN MODERN AFRICAN LITERATURE

  256. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN HANDBILLS IN UGHELLI

  257. THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WAR AND TRAUMA

  258. LANGUAGE ATTITUDE AND ITS EFFECT AMONG TEENAGERS IN NIGERIA

  259. ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF SENTENCE STRESS AMONG SELECTED UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY ILE IFE

  260. TENSE ERRORS IN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  261. THE EFFECT OF THE NIGERIAN PIDGEN ENGLISH ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

  262. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT TO THE SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER 

  263. POETRY AS AN EXPRESSION OF ANGER:  A CASE STUDY OF TANURE OJAIDE’STHE FATE OF VULTURES AND OTHER POEMS

  264. PROPAGANDA IN POLITICS:  THE USE OF LANGUAGE FOR EFFECT IN ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN

  265. POLITICAL CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA: CAUSES AND PREVENTION, USING THE WORK OF SELECTED ACTIVISTS AND WRITERS IN NIGERIA

  266. PREDOMINANT DEVICES USED BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O IN HIS NOVEL WIZARD OF THE CROW.

  267. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES

  268. A SURVEY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF VANGUARD NEWSPAPER. ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  269. THE ELEMENT OF PARA GOTHICISM CHARLOTTE BRONTE’S JANE EYRE AND EMILY BRONTE’S WUTHERING HEIGHTS   ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  270. FACTORS AFFECTING LANGUAGE CHOICE IN A MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY E

  271. LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AMONG TEENAGERS AND ITS EFFECT:  A CASE STUDY OF TEENAGERS IN UYO

  272. “CORRUPTION” IN THE NOVELS OF ADAOBI NWAUBANI TRICIA’S I DO NOT COME TO YOU BY CHANCE AND LABO YARI’S THE CLIMATE OF CORRUPTION

  273. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL INTERVIEWS IN A SELECTED DAILY NEWSPAPER (THE PUNCH)

  274. A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF EDITORIAL CARTOONS, SELECTED FROM THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

  275. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ATHOL FUGARD’S SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD

  276. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF JESUS’ CONVERSATION WITH THE SAMARITAN WOMAN

  277. A FEMINIST READING OF MOBOLAJI ADENUBI’S EMPTY ARMS AND HILARY ROUSE-AMADI’S AMINA

  278. A LEXICO-SEMATIC ANALYSIS OF OLU OBAFEMI’S NAIRA HAS NO GENDER

  279. A LEXICO-SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ERRORS IN SELECTED YORUBA FILM SUBTITLED IN ENGLISH

  280. A METAPHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF AMOS TUTUOLA’S “THE PALMWINE DRINKARD” AND D.O. FAGUNWA’S “THE FOREST OF GOD”. ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  281. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN HANBILLS AND POSTERS

  282. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF NIGERIAN PROVERBS IN WOLE SOYINKA’S “THE LION AND THE JEWEL”

  283. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S INAUGURAL SPEECH, NIGERIA: OUR NATION IN MOURNING   ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  284. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CARTOONS IN VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  285. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SLANG AND CATCHY PHRASES USED IN SOME SELECTED NIGERIAN HIP-HOP SONGS

  286. A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF NEWSPAPER COMIC STRIPS: AN EXAMPLE OF “EFE AND JUDE”

  287. A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF SOME SELECTED POLITICAL POSTERS

  288. A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF PSALM 51

  289. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF PROVERBS IN ADIMORA- EZEIGBO’ S TRAFFICKED

  290. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN NIGERIAN INSTITUTIONS

  291. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF A SELECTED CAMPAIGN SPEECH OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN

  292. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF AKACHI ADIMORA-EZEIGBO’S TRAFFICKED

  293. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF BANK ADVERTISEMENTS IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  294. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S THE THING AROUND YOUR NECK

  295. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NIYI OSUNDARE’S SOCIO-POLITICAL POETRY

  296. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SOME SELECTED POEMS OF WOLE SOYINKA

  297. AESTHETIC OF AFRICANISM IN CAMARA LAYE’S THE AFRICAN CHILD AND THE RADIANCE OF THE KING

  298. AESTHETICS OF RESISTANCE IN TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST AND HELON HABILA’S WAITING FOR AN ANGEL.ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  299. AFRICANISM THEME, AND TECHNIQUE IN AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALMWINE DRINKARD

  300. ART AND POLITICS IN WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY AND OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN  ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  301. CHARACTERS AND JOURNEY IN AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALM WINE DRINKARD AND GABRIEL AJADI’S THE FOREST OF GOD ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF D. O. FAGUNWA’S IGBO OLODUMARE

  302. CHARACTERIZATION AND SYMBOLISM IN OLU OBAFEMI’S WHEELS AND NGUGI WA THIONGO’S A GRAIN OF WHEAT

  303. CLASS STRATIFICATION, POVERTY AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE (A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND OLU OBAFEMI WHEELS). ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  304. CLASS STRUGGLE (A CASE STUDY OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND ANIMATA SOW FALL’S THE BEGGARS’ STRIKE)

  305. CODE MIXING AS A SOCIOLINGUISTIC MEDIUM IN SOME SELECTED SONGS IN THE NIGERIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY

  306. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EMECHETA’S SECOND CLASS CITIZEN AND NWAPA’S EFURU

  307. CONFLICT BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND WESTERN CULTURE (A CASE STUDY OF SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND THE LION AND THE JEWEL)

  308. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT BARRACK OBAMA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH (JANUARY 20, 2009).ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  309. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF OLA ROTIMI”S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  310. CULTURE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN BUCHI EMECHETA’S THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD AND CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS

  311. EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN R&B MUSIC ON THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA

  312. EMERGENT TRADITION AND THE AFRICAN POETRY, A CASE STUDY OF TANURE OJAIDE’S THE “FATE OF VULTURES” AND “ENDLESS SONG”

  313. FACTS AND FICTION IN AKACHI ADIMORA – EZEIGBO’S CHILDREN OF THE EAGLE AND THE LAST OF THE STRONG ONES

  314. FEMINIST AESTHETICS IN OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN AND FEMI OSOFISAN’S MOROUNTODUN

  315. FEMINISTIC ISSUES IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND SEFI ATTA’S EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME

  316. FOLKLORE AND THE QUEST FOR RE-INVENTION A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND HOPE EGHAGHA’S DEATH NOT A REDEEMER

  317. GENDER DISCOURSE IN THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY (A CASE STUDY OF THE FEMALE GENDER IN TESS ONWUEMES GO TELL IT TO WOMEN)

  318. GENDER IDEOLOGY AND SOCIAL CRISES IN IFEOMA OKOYE’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS AND MEN WITHOUT EARS

  319. GENDER ISSUES IN AKACHI ADIMORA EZEIGBO’S TRAFFICKED AND ZAYNAB ALKALI’S THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN

  320. IMAGES OF SOCIAL VICES IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN POETRY (A STUDY OF DENJA ABDULLAHI’S MAIROGO AND JIDE BALOGUN’S THE DESERT IN THE RIVER) ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  321. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND ITS IMPACT TO THE SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER

  322. LANGUAGE USE AND STYLE, AS A DEPICTION OF AFRICAN LITERATURE (AN EXAMPLE OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN)

  323. LEXICO – SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF VIEWPOINT COLUMN OF PUNCH NEWSPAPER

  324. MAGIC POETRY A STUDY OF ARUGBA INVOCATION IN OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL

  325. MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN ENGLISH NEWS CAST (A CASE OF A KWARA TELEVISION NEWS)

  326. MULTILINGUALISM AND THE QUESTION OF NATIONAL LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA

  327. MYTHOLOGY AND AFRICANISM. A STUDY OF AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALM-WINE DRINKARD (1961) AND WOLE SOYINKA’S THE FOREST OF A THOUSAND DAEMONS (1982)

  328. NON-RECEPTION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE IN ADULTS

  329. ORATURE IN MODERN AFRICAN LITERATURE USING: WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY

  330. PERSPECTIVES ON COLONIALISM (A STUDY OF ALEX LA GUMA’S “A WALK IN THE NIGHT” AND R.K NARAYAN’S “A HORSE AND TWO GOATS”).ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  331. PERSPECTIVES ON COLONIALISM (A STUDY OF NGUGI WA THIONGO AND MICERE MUGO’S THE TRIAL OF DEDAN KIMATHI AND ATHOL FUGARD’S SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD

  332. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DISORDER USING THE ACTIVIST BY TANURE OJAIDE AND ARROW OF RAIN BY OKE NDIBE 

  333. POST–COLONIALISM AND LITERARY AESTHETICS (A STUDY OF SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND A DANCE OF THE FORESTS. ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  334. PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED POEMS OF BAYO ADEBOWALE

  335. RACISM AND AESTHETICS IN ALEX LA GUMA’S A WALK IN THE NIGHT AND PETER ABRAHAMS’ MINE BOY

  336. RACISM AND OPPRESSION IN BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE (AN EXAMPLE OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S BLACK BOY). ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  337. RELIGION AND MORALITY IN JOHN UPDIKE’S ‘A&P’ AND SALMAN RUSHDIE’S ‘THE PROPHET’S HAIR’

  338. REVOLUTIONARY AESTHETICS IN NGUGI AND MUGO’S THE TRIAL OF DEDAN KIMATHI AND HUSSEIN’S KINJEKETILE

  339. RHETORIC OF POWER; POWER OF RHETORIC DISCOURSE IMPLICATION OF MASS MEDIA JINGLES ON HIVAIDS

  340. SATIRE AND SOCIAL MEDIATION IN WOLE SOYINKA’S (A CASE STUDY OF THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO AND A PLAY OF GIANTS)

  341. SATIRE IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN POETRY (A STUDY OF TAYO OLAFIOYE’S A CARNIVAL OF LOOTERS AND MUSA I. OKPANACHI’S THE EATERS OF THE LIVING). ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  342. SOCIAL RELEVANCE OF NIYI OSUNDARE’S (THE EYE OF THE EARTH)

  343. SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ALIENATION IN HELON HABILA’S WAITING FOR AN ANGEL

  344. SOCIO-POLITICAL MOTIFS IN NIYI OSUNDARE’S THE EYE OF THE EARTH AND VILLAGE VOICES

  345. SYMBOLS AND IMAGES AS POETIC TECHNIQUES IN SOUTH AFRICAN POETRY, THE EXAMPLE OF DENNIS BRUTUS AND OSWALD MBUYISENI MTSHALI.ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  346. SYMBOLS OF DECADENCE IN AYI KWEI ARMAH’S THE BEAUTYFUL ONES ARE NOT YET BORN

  347. THE CONCEPT OF FEMINISM IN BUCHI EMECHETA’S SECOND CLASS CITIZEN AND OKOYE IFEOMA’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS

  348. THE EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN ENGLISH IN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

  349. THE IMPACT OF YORUBA LANGUAGE ON THE SPOKEN ENGLISH OF STUDENTS (INDIGENES) OF ILORIN (TOWNSHIP). ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  350. THE INFLUENCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ON OUR NIGERIAN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES (EXAMPLES OF BORROWING FROM ENGLISH INTO YORUBA BY UNILORIN UNDERGRADUATES)

  351. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION (A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL DENOMINATIONS). ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  352. THE MYTHOLOGICAL ICONS IN AMOS TUTUOLA THE PALM-WINE DRINKARD

  353. THE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL (ITS FUNCTIONS AND AESTHETICS)

  354. THE POLITICAL RHYTHM IN THE POETRY OF JACK MAPANJE THE CHATTERING WAGTAIL OF MIKUYU PRISON AND OF CHAMELEONS AND GODS: THE SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCE

  355. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD BY BUCHI EMECHETA

  356. THE ROMANTIC PHILOSOPHY IN THE POETRY OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE.ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  357. THE SOCIOLOGICAL INDICES OF AFRICAN DRAMA (A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY A LAGOSIAN KALEIDOSCOPE AND OLU OBAFEMI’S SCAPEGOATS AND SACRED COWS)

  358. THEMATIC EXPLORATION OF BUCHI EMECHETA THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD AND SECOND CLASS CITIZEN

  359. THEME OF VENGEANCE IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S HAMLET AND MERCHANT OF VENICE

  360. THEMES AND IMAGERY IN SELECTED ROMANTIC POEMS

  361. TRADITIONAL AESTHETICS TRANSFER AND THE AFRICAN NOVELISTS (A STUDY OF ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART AND LAYE’S THE AFRICAN CHILD)

  362. UTOPIANISM AND CHARATERISATION IN AMINATA SOWFALL’S THE BEGGER’S STRIKE AND SEMBENE OUSMANE’S XALA . ENGLISH PROJECT TOPICS

  363. THE ROMANTIC PHILOSOPHY IN THE POETRY OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

  364. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD BY BUCHI EMECHETA

  365. THE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL: ITS FUNCTIONS AND AESTHETICS.

  366. PROJECT TOPIC: HOLOGICAL ICONS IN AMOS TUTUOLA THE PALM-WINE DRINKARD

  367. THE CONCEPT OF FEMINISM IN BUCHI EMECHETA’S SECOND CLASS CITIZEN AND OKOYE IFEOMA’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS

  368. THE SOCIETY AND THE GIRL CHILD IN THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISONAND KAINE AGARYS YELLOW YELLOW

  369. SYNTACTIC AND LEXICO-SEMANTIC ANALYSES OF SELECTED SMS TEXT MESSAGES AMONG THE UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN STUDENTS

  370. SYMBOLS OF DECADENCE IN AYI KWEI ARMAH’S THE BEAUTYFUL ONES ARE NOT YET BORN

  371. SYMBOLS AND IMAGES AS POETIC TECHNIQUES IN SOUTH AFRICAN POETRY, THE EXAMPLE OF DENNIS BRUTUS AND OSWALD MBUYISENI MTSHALI

  372. THEMES AND STYLES IN CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE’S DR. FAUSTUS

  373. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF OLISA METH’SDYSPHEMISMS AGAINST PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI’S ADMINISTRATION

  374. ISSUES IN MODERN AFRICAN LITERATURE

  375. INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISCLOSURE FEATURES IN FEMI OSOFISAN’S MIDNIGHT HOTEL

  376. THE LANGUAGE OF FEMINISM AND IT’S IMPACT TO THE SOCIETY

  377. THE ELEMENT OF PARA GOTHICISM CHARLOTTE BRONTE’S JANE EYRE AND EMILY BRONTE WUTHERING HEIGHTS

  378. PREDOMINANT DEVICES USED BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O IN HIS NOVEL WIZARD OF THE CROW

  379. GENDER DIFFERENTIALS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  380. THE PERSPECTIVE OF ORAL LITERATURE AND AFRICAN CULTURE IN BENIN KINGDOM AS PORTRAYED BY DIFFERENT AUTHORS IN SOME SELECTED BOOK

  381. AFRICAN VALUES TRADITIONAL AND MODERN IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND ASARE KONADU’S A WOMAN IN HER PRIME

  382. CORRUPTION AND VICTIMIZATION IN ISIDORE OKPEWOTIDES AND ANTHONY ABAGHA’S CHILDREN OF OLOIBIRI

  383. IN-PERFORMANCE CREATIVITY IN IJOR DANCE

  384. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIAMANDA NGOZI’S HALF OF YELLOW SUN AND OKEY NDIBE ARROW’S OF PAIN

  385. STRUGGLE AND SURVIVAL IN A COWRIE OF HOPE BY BINWELL SINYANGWE AND THE CARDINALS BY BESSIE HEAD

  386. THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISON AND KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW

  387. THE CONCEPT OF NEO COLONALISM IN JOY CHINOKWU’S CLOUD AT SUNRISE AND AFTER MIDNIGHT

  388. THE MISUSE OF THE ENGLISH ARTICLES IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  389. AN INVESTIGATION INTO ACADEMIC INDISCIPLINE AND FAILURE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN (ENGLISH LANGUAGE MATHEMATICS, IGBO LANGUAGE, AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE, ECONOMICS

  390. COMPARISM OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INTEGRATED SCIENCE IN EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS

  391. CAUSES OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  392. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MASS FAILURE OF STUDENT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  393. EFFECTS OF MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN THE STUDY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  394. INSTRUCTIONAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE POOR PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY STUDENTS

  395. IMPACT OF LANGUAGE LABORATORY FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ORAL ENGLISH IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

  396. IDENTIFICATION AND REMEDIATION OF THE CAUSES OF STUDENTS POOR PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN WEST AFRICA SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION WASSCE

  397. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN WAEC BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY AND ENGLISH

  398. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGES AND INTEGRATED SCIENCE

  399. RELATIVE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE MATHEMATICS & ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  400. USE OF ICT IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  401. IDENTIFICATION OF TEACHING TOPIC IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL BIOLOGY AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

  402. EXTENT OF USE OF AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  403. IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFICULT TEACHING AND LEARNING TOPICS IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULA IN NIGERIA.

  404. AVAILABILITY OF QUALIFIED TEACHER IN EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

  405. PROBLEMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOL

  406. TEACHERS AND STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF PROBLEMS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

  407. THE SOCIETY AND THE GIRL CHILD IN THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISON AND KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW

  408. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF WHATSAPP CHATS

  409. INFLUENCE OF MUSIC ON LANGUAGE ACQUISITION ON CHILDREN AS PERCEIVED BY PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN OYUN LGA, KWARA STATE

  410. METAPHYSICS OF ABIKU: MYTH AND REALITY

  411. ENGLISH LINGUICISM AND LANGUAGE LOSS: A CASE STUDY OF YORUBA LANGUAGE USE AMONG STUDENTS OF OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY AND ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

  412. A QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER’S PREPARATION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CALABAR CROSS RIVERS STATE

  413. A SOCIO-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF CODE-MIXING AND CODE SWITCHING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  414. GENDER AND IDENTITY ISSUES IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

  415. CONFLICT BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND WESTERN CULTURE

  416.  Pidgins And Creoles: Attitudes

  417.  Types Of Terrorism And Their Linguistic Techniques and Strategies

  418.  AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION IN TOTO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF NASSARAWA STATE

  419. AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE

  420. STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING LOW ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA STATE(A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA LOCAL GOVERNMENT)

  421. TENSE ERRORS IN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  422. IMPACT OF YORUBA ON THE SPOKEN ENGLISH OF STUDENTS (INDIGEN) OF ILORIN

  423. CLASS STRATIFICATION, POVERTY AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND OLU OBAFEMI WHEELS

  424. MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN ENGLISH NEWSCAST (A CASE OF A KWARA TELEVISION NEWS)

  425. FACTORS AFFECTING LANGUAGE CHOICE IN A MULTINATIONAL SOCIETY

  426. FACTS AND FICTION IN AKACHI ADIMORA – EZEIGBO’S CHILDREN OF THE EAGLE AND THE LAST OF THE STRONG ONES

  427. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NIYI OSUNDARE’S SOCIO-POLITICAL POETRY

  428. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF BANK ADVERTISEMENTS IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  429. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF A SELECTED CAMPAIGN SPEECH OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN

  430. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CARTOONS FROM NIGERIAN DAILIES THE ‘GUARDIAN, THE PUNCH, AND THE NATION’

  431. CORRUPTION AND VICTIMIZATION IN ISIDORE OKPEWHO TIDES AND ANTHONY ABAGHA’S CHILDREN OF OLOIBIRI

  432. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND OKEY NDIBE ARROWS OF RAIN

  433. THE SOCIETY AND THE GIRL CHILD IN THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISON AND KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW

  434.  TRAGEDY AND THE COMPARISON OF GREEK PLAYS

  435. THE SOURCE OF ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION IN ARTS AND SCIENCES

  436. THE RELEVANCE OF AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION IN THIS MODERN AGE: SCHOLARS PERSPECTIVES

  437. THE IMPACTS OF DA’AWAH IN IDP CAMPS: THE CASE OF FCT ABUJA

  438. THE IMPACT OF THE NIGERIA CIVIL WAR IN THE LIVES OF TEENAGERS AND CHILDREN IN NGOZI ONYIOHA ORJI’S TEENAGER AT WAR

  439. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF AL FARABI, AL KINDI, ABU ZAKARIYA, IBN RUSHD AND IBN SINA TO ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION AND PHILOSOPHY

  440. MUSIC AS LANGUAGE OF SOCIOLINGUISTIC SITUATION OF NIGERIA: THE BILINGUAL CONDITIONS AMONG NIGERIAN SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH COMMUNICATION: THE SOUND OF MUSIC

  441. SOCIOLINGUISTIC SITUATION OF NIGERIA: THE BILINGUAL CONDITIONS AMONG NIGERIAN SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  442. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES

  443. PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF FEMALE STUDENTS BY LECTURERS IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN FCT-ABUJA

  444. PRAGMATIC STUDY OF BOVI AND BASKETMOUTH

  445. POLITICS AND THE CONTINUED EXISTENCE OF A STATE

  446. PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTIONS AND THEIR PROCESSES

  447. OPTIMALITY THEORY: ISSUES AND CONSTRAINTS

  448. OIL IN NIGERIAN PROSE FICTION: A STUDY OF HELON HABILA’S OIL ON WATER AND KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW

  449. MUSIC AND REVOLUTION: A STUDY OF FELA ANIKULAPO KUTI

  450. MEDIA AND THE USES OF GRATIFICATION THEORY

  451. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH AND IGALA MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES

  452. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WORD – FORMATION PROCESSES IN ENGLISH AND HAUSA

  453. A PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SOUND SYSTEM OF JABA LANGUAGE

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    THE EFFECTS OF LANGUAGE DIVERSITY ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  455. LANGUAGE AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES AND IMPEDIMENTS IN A MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY

  456. KUSH AND THEIR ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

  457. KHUTBAH: AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE

  458. ISSUES OF BRIDE PRICE IN MARRIAGE

  459. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY POLICING AS A STRATEGY FOR CRIME PREVENTION AND CONTROL

  460. INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA STUDIES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN PRINT AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA

  461. HOW TO WRITE A GOOD STORY: SAMPLE AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY

  462. AS FLIES TO WANTON BOYS ARE WE TO THE GODS, THEY KILL US FOR THEIR SPORT”

  463. FICTION, EMOTION AND NARRATION IN SELECTED NOVELS OF CHINUA ACHEBE

  464. FEMINIST CRITICISMS OF SOME SELECTED FEMINIST WORKS

  465. FEMINISM: AN EXAMINATION OF ZULU SOFOLA’S SWEET TRAP AND OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  466. EUROPE AND THE UNDERDEVELOPMENT OF AFRICA

  467. THE EFFECTS OF COSTUME DESIGNING IN NIGERIAN FILM INDUSTRY

  468. DISCOURSE, STYLISTICS AND PRAGMATICS: A STUDY OF CONVERGENCE

  469. DISCOURSE AND STYLISTICS: METHODS OF ANALYSIS

  470. DISCOURSE AND COMMUNICATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

  471. DIGNITY OR SUPPRESSION: THE PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN THUNDERBOLT NOLLYWOOD HOME VIDEO FILM

  472. CONCEPTUAL DECOLONIZATION OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY BY KWASI WIREDU: A REVIEW

  473. COINAGES IN NIGERIAN ENGLISH: A SOCIOLINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE

  474. CODE SWITCHING IN NORTHERN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF KANNYWOOD FILM INDUSTRY

  475. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS (CDA), APPROACHES AND THEORIES

  476. CHRISTIANITY IN TIV LAND: INFLUENCE AND GROWTH

  477. CRITICALLY EXAMINE THE APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF SEMANTICS

  478. COMMERCE PROJECT TOPIC AND MATERIALS

  479. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  480. BUILDING PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  481. COMPUTER SCIENCE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  482. MASS COMMUNICATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  483. MICROBIOLOGY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  484. MATHEMATICS AND STATISTIC PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  485. PHARMACY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  486. EDUCATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  487. THEMATIC EXPLORATION OF BUCHI EMECHETA THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD AND SECOND CLASS CITIZEN

  488. THEME OF VENGEANCE IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S HAMLET AND MERCHANT OF VENICE.

  489. THEMES AND IMAGERY IN SELECTED ROMANTIC POEMS

  490. TRADITIONAL AESTHETICS TRANSFER AND THE AFRICAN NOVELISTS: A STUDY OF ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART AND LAYE’S THE AFRICAN CHILD

  491. UTOPIANISM AND CHARATERISATION IN AMINATASOWFALL’S THE BEGGER’S STRIKE AND SEMBENEOUSMANE’S XALA

  492. A FEMINIST READING OF MOBOLAJI ADENUBI’S EMPTY ARMS AND HILARY ROUSE-AMADI’S AMINA

  493. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF NAIRA HAS NO GENDER BY OLUOBAFEMI

  494. CORRUPTION” IN THE NOVELS OF ADAOBI NWAUBANI TRICIA’SI DO NOT COME TO YOU BY CHANCE AND LABO YARI’S THE CLIMATE OF CORRUPTION

  495. ANALYSIS ON WALE OKEDIRAN’S STRANGE ENCOUNTER

  496. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF ADICHIE’S THE THINGS AROUND YOUR NECK AND PURPLE HIBSUS 1-2..docx

  497. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMS IN SPEAKING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE BY THE STUDENTS

  498. CULTURAL INFLUENCE ON LANGUAGE: A CASE STUDY OF TABOOS AND SEXISM IN OHAOZARA DIALECT OF IGBO

  499. PHONOLOGICAL INTERFERENCE IN TELEVISION NEWSCAST IN NIGERIA

  500. PROBLEMS OF ESSAY WRITING AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OHAUKWU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EBONYI STATE

  501. RELEVANCE OF NEWSPAPER IN ENHANCING READING ABILITY AMONG STUDENTS

  502. ROLE OF PUBLIC LIBRARY AND ICT IN PROMOTINGREADING AMONG THE STUDENTS OF ENGLISH.doc

  503. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF ADICHIE’S THE THINGS AROUND YOUR NECK AND PURPLE HIBISCUS

  504. QUESTION FORMATION IN EGBA

  505. AN ANALYSIS OF FLIGHT ANNOUNCERS’ LANGUAGE AT THE MURTALA MUHAMMED AIRPORT, LAGOS

  506. ACVIEVING UNITY AND COHERENCE THROUGH CONTRADICTIONS IN THE NOVELS OF ACHEBE, IYAYI AND HABILA

  507. THE USE OF EXTENSIVE READING IN PROMOTING COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

  508. THE IMPACT OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN ON THE WRITTEN ENGLISH OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  509. TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS USE OF SCHOOL LIBRARIES FOR DEVELOPING READING CULTURE IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  510. SPELLING ERRORS AMONG NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS, EFFECTS ON THEIR PERFORMANCE AND POSSIBLE REMEDIES

  511. EFFECTS OF DRILL AND PRACTICE ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

  512. PATTERNS OF INTERACTION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: CLASSROOM: A SURVEY OF J.S.S CLASSES

  513. LESSON TIME, LESSON DURATION, SCHOOL CLIMATE AND CLASS SIZE AS PREDICTORS OF STUDENTS’ MASTERY OF ENGLISH STUDIES

  514. AN INVESTIGATION OF SPECIAL LANGUAGE NEEDS ANALYSIS OF WORKPLACES

  515. THEMES AND STYLE IN CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE’S DR. FAUSTUS

  516. THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  517. FEMINISTIC ISSUES OF TEXTUAL ANALYSIS IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND SEFI ATTA’S EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME

  518. EVALUATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  519. THE STRUCTURE AND COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON TEACHING WRITING SKILLS AT THE SSS LEVEL

  520. COMMUNICATIVE STUDY OF ELECTRONIC MESSAGING AMONG BILINGUAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

  521. THE PERFORMANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS (ELL) IN INTEGRATED SCIENCE THROUGH SHELTERED INSTRUCTION

  522. A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF T-SHIRT INSCRIPTIONS

  523. SEMANTIC AND LEXIS USED IN SELECTED HOUSEHOLD ADVERTS AIRED IN THE TELEVISION MEDIA HOUSES IN NIGERIA

  524. FACTORS AFFECTING THE ASSESSMENT OF WRITING WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO TEACHERS’ FEEDBACK AT SSS II LEVEL

  525. AN ANALYSIS OF VERBS AND ADVERBIAL PHRASES: USES AND PROBLEMS IN CONTEXUAL GRAMMAR

  526. THE USE OF CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING IN NIGERIA

  527. SYNTACTIC PROBLEMS AMONG IGBO SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  528. SEMANTICS AND THE LINGUISTIC PARALLELISM IN MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER

  529. IMPACT OF MOTHER TONGUE ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  530. EFFECT OF TRUANCY ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS

  531. A STUDY OF THE PHONOLOGICAL USAGE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY L2 SPEAKERS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN SCHOOLS

  532. THE USE OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN ENGLISH IN IPODO AND ALADE MARKETS

  533. THE LINGUISTIC – STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF NIGERIAN SECURITY AGENCIES USE OF LANGUAGE:

  534. AFRICAN NOVEL AND THE STUDY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

  535. TEACHING AND LEARNING PROSE IN SCHOOLS

  536. STUDY OF SOME SYNTACTIC PROBLEMS ON ENGLISH USAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES STUDENTS

  537. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN

  538. RITUALS, MUSIC, SONGS AND DANCES IN NIGERIA

  539. POETIC LANGUAGE

  540. LITERATURE: THE VEHICLE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

  541. LANGUAGE OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN AFRICAN LITERARY WORKS (IN PURPLE HIBISCUS AND YELLOW-YELLOW)

  542. THE INFLUENCE OF THE SOCIETY ON STUNDENTS’ PERFORMANCE

  543. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHINUA ACHEBE’S EARLY AND CONTEMPORARY LITERARY WORKS

  544. A STUDY OF BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS AND RACISM IN RICHARD WRIGHTS NATIVE SON AND RALPH ELLISON’S INVISIBLE MAN

  545. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMS OF ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION AMONG YORUBA SPEAKERS, OF ENGLISH

  546. AN ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH COMMON SPELLING ERRORS

  547. AN EXAMINATION OF THE COMIC ELEMENTS IN WOLE SOYINKA’S THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO AND THE LION AND THE JEWEL

  548. A PHONELOGICAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH FRICATIVES AS USED AMONG THE YORUBA SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  549. A LINGUISTIC-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE OF NIGERIAN POLITICAL ELITES

  550. A LINGUISTIC STUDY OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN

  551. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S

  552. LEXICO-SEMANTIC NIGERIANISM IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  553. A PRAGMARTICS ANALYSIS OF NEGATION IN SELECTED U.S AND NIGERIAN PRESIDENTAL SPEECHES

  554. A PEDAGOGICAL ANALYSIS OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

  555. A LINGUISTICS ANALYSIS OF TELEVISION TALK SHOW

  556. A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SCAM MAILS

  557. A LEXICO-SEMANTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISEMENT IN PIDGIN ENGLISH

  558. A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF TWO OF THE THEORIES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISITION: (BEHAVIOURISM AND MENTALISM)

  559. A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SENTENCE STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH AND IGARRA LANGUAGES

  560. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NUMERIC SYSTEMS OF ENGLISH AND HAUSA LANGUAGES

  561. DEICTICS AND STYLISTIC FUNCTION IN J.P CLARK-BEKEDEREMO’S POETRY

  562. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES

  563. PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT OF FEMALE STUDENTS BY LECTURERS IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

  564. FEMINISM: AN EXAMINATION OF ZULU SOFOLA’S SWEET TRAP AND OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  565. DISCOURSE, STYLISTICS AND PRAGMATIC: A STUDY OF CONVERGENCE

  566. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE SYNTACTIC FEATURES AND COHESIVE DEVICES IN THE COLUMNISTS’ USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  567. AN ANALYSIS OF ASIAN THEARTRE

  568. A LINGUISTIC STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS AND HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  569. NATIVIZATION OF ENGLISH IN AFRICAN LITERARY TEXTS: A LEXICO-SEMANTIC STUDY OF TRANSLITERATION IN GABRIEL OKARA’S THE VOICE EBI YEIBO

  570. A LEXICO-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF COMPUTER-MEDIATED DISCOURSE IN SELECTED INSTANT AND TEXT MESSAGES OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS

  571. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF J.P CLARK’S THE RAFT AND FEMI OSOFISAN’S ANOTHER RAFT

  572. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF SELECTED POLITICAL CAMPAIGN SPEECHES OF GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES IN SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA 2007-2014 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART AND ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  573. DESIRE AND THE UNKNOWN IN BREITBACH’S REPORT ON BRUNO, ACHEBE’S A MAN OF THE PEOPLE AND MORRISON’S BELOVED

  574. TERROR AND TRAGIC OPTIMISM AS SUSTAINING CONSTRUCTS IN CAMUS’S THE PLAGUE AND SOYINKA’S SEASON OF ANOMY

  575. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF PROVERBS IN SELECTED WORKS OF OLA ROTIMI

  576. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART AND ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  577. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN ENGLISH AND HAUSA LANGUAGES

  578. CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE MORPHEMES OF THE ENGLISH AND IGBO LANGUAGES

  579. EFFECTS OF PIDGIN ENGLISH IN STANDARD ENGLISH USAGE AMONG STUDENTS IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  580. GRAMMATICAL ERROR ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NEWS SCRIPTS OF THE BROADCASTING CORPORATION

  581. LANGUAGE AND THE QUEST FOR IDENTITY: A STUDY OF CHINUA ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART AND CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S AMERICANAH

  582. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED POLITICAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI

  583. STATUS STRUGGLE: EVALUATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND THE INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN NIGERIA

  584. THE DISCOURSE OF IMPOSED IDENTITY IN ISIDORE OKPEWHO’S CALL ME BY MY RIGHTFUL NAME AND RICHARD WRIGHT’S NATIVE SON

  585. THE INFLUENCE OF THE LANGUAGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  586. A SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CLAUSAL COORDINATES AS USED IN THE AMENDED 1999 CONSTITUTION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

  587. MALE ABSENCE AND SINGLE PARENTHOOD IN BLACK WRITING: A STUDY OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S BLACK BOY, TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED, AND LAURETTA NGCOBO’S CROSS OF GOLD

  588. A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF MOROA FOLKTALES

  589. A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF TIV AND ENGLISH PLURALISATION PROCESSES

  590. A CONVERSATION ANALYSIS OF “TURN-TAKING” IN THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA

  591. A DECONSTRUCTIVE READING OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND THE ROAD

  592. A LINGUISTIC STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN-NESS’ OF NIGERIAN PIDGIN IN SELECTED LITERARY WORKS

  593. A LINGUISTIC-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE OF HUMUOR IN OPA WILLIAMS’ “NITE OF A THOUSAND LAUGHS”

  594. A MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF LOAN WORDS AMONG YORUBA SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  595. A PORTRAIT OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN IN SOME SELECTED WORKS OF ALICE WALKER AND TONI MORRISON

  596. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF FEATURES OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH IN THE SUBTITLES OF SELECTED NIGERIAN HOME VIDEOS

  597. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN CONTEXT AND ILLOCUTIONARY ACTS ON MEANING AND INTERPRETATION OF IGALA PROVERBS

  598. A PRAGMATIC INTERPRETATION OF CHILD LANGUAGE

  599. A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF THE INTERFACE BETWEEN INFORMATIVENESS AND CONCISENESS IN THE LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISEMENT OF THE NIGERIAN PRINT MEDIA

  600. A STUDY OF IDEOLOGICAL EMBEDDING IN THE GUARDIAN AND DAILY TRUST EDITORIALS

  601. A STYLISTIC STUDY OF PARALLELISM IN THE PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENTS BARRACK OBAMA AND GOODLUCK JONATHAN

  602. A SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF AUXILIARY VERBS IN OFFICE DOCUMENTS

  603. A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH MOOD SYSTEM IN SELECTED DRAMATIC TEXTS

  604. ACHIEVING UNITY AND COHERENCE THROUGH CONTRADICTIONS IN THE NOVELS OF ACHEBE, IYAYI AND HABILA

  605. AESTHETICS AND UTILITARIAN VALUES OF SELECTED AFRICAN AMERICAN NEGRO SPIRITUALS AND GOSPEL SONGS

  606. AESTHETICS OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN NIGERIA

  607. AFRICAN IMAGE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE: A CASE STUDY OF LANGSTON HUGHES’ THE PANTHER AND THE LASH: POEMS OF OUR TIME AND YUSEF KOMUNYAKAA’S PLEASURE DOME: NEW AND COLLECTED POEMS

  608. AN EXAMINATION OF SENTENCES AND THEIR APPROPRIATENESS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN CHILDREN’S NOVELS

  609. CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE AND THE DIALOGIC IMAGINATION: A BAKHTINIAN RE-EXAMINATION OF HALF OF A YELLOW SUN, PURPLE HIBISCUS AND THE THING AROUND YOUR NECK

  610. DIALOGUE AS DISCOURSE: AN ANALYSIS OF NTA KADUNA EDITORIAL BOARD’S USE OF LANGUAGE

  611. GENDER VIOLENCE IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS AND HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  612. HISTORICISM AS A LITERARY DISCOURSE: A STUDY OF ISIDORE OKPEWHO’S THE LAST DUTY, ELECHI AMADI’S SUNSET IN BIAFRA AND BIYI BANDELE’S BURMA BOY

  613. LITERATURE AND ECOLOGY: A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S A DANCE OF THE FORESTS AND THE BEATIFICATION OF AN AREA BOY

  614. NATURE IN NIGERIAN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE: AN APPRAISAL OF SELECTED VERSES

  615. SHADES OF MEANING ASSOCIATED WITH PERSONAL NAMES AND NAMING IN IGALA

  616. THE AESTHETICS OF ADO-EKITI PRAISE POETRY

  617. THE IDEOLOGICAL PARADIGMS OF IBRAHIM TAHIR’S THE LAST IMAM AND ABUBAKAR GIMBA’S SACRED APPLES

  618. THE LANGUAGE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOME SELECTED PENTECOSTAL DENOMINATIONS

  619. THE USE OF STYLISTIC DEVICES IN THE NOVEL WIZARD OF THE CROW BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O

  620. CORRUPTION AND VICTIMIZATION IN ISIDORE OKPEWHO’S TIDES AND ANTHONY ABAGHA’S CHILDREN OF OLOIBIRI

  621. SATIRE IN THE ORAL POETRY OF IGBANKE

  622. IRONY IN AMINATA SOWFALLS THE BEGGARS STRIKE

  623. THE POST INDEPENDENT NIGERIAN POLITICIAN IN WALE OKEDIRANS TENANTS OF THE HOUSE

  624. GLOBALIZATION AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY: THE BABANGIDA PERIOD

  625. THE AESTHETIC FEATURES AND SOCIAL RELEVANCE OF FOLKTALES TO OKPARA INLAND COMMUNITY

  626. THIS STUDY CRITICALLY EXAMINES THE SUBJECT MATTER AND STYLE IN EZENWA OHAETO `S THE VOICE OF THE NIGHT MASQUERADE, THE CHANTS OF A MINSTREL AND IF TO SAY I BI SOJA

  627. THE ROLES OF FEMALE CHARACTER IN BENIN ORAL NARRATIVES

  628. THE VIOLATION OF WOMEN RIGHT IN AFRICAN NOVEL FACELESS AND WOMEN AT POINT ZERO PORTRAYED

  629. THE FORMS AND AESTHETICS OF UDJE SONGS OF THE URHOBO PEOPLE

  630. RACE, IDENTITY AND PERSPECTIVES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE SELECTED WORKS OF TONI MORRISON AND RITA DOVE

  631. LANGUAGE OF PERSUASION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE INAUGURAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENTS JONATHAN AND BUHARI

  632. FACTS AND FICTION IN NIGERIAN WAR PROSE: CHINUA ACHEBE’S THERE WAS A COUNTRY AND CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  633. AN ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL SPEECH

  634. A SYSTEMIC TEXT LINGUISTIC STUDY OF SELECTED NIGERIAN NOVELS

  635. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL SIGNALS AND SUB-THEMATIC IDENTIFICATION ELEMENTS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

  636. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON THE LANGUAGE USE OF 400 LEVEL STUDENTS

  637. UTOPIANISM AND CHARATERISATION IN AMINATA SOWFALL’S THE BEGGER’S STRIKE AND SEMBENE OUSMANE’S XALA

  638. THE SOCIOLOGICAL INDICES OF AFRICAN DRAMA (A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BEATIFICATION OF AREA BOY A LAGOSIAN KALEIDOSCOPE AND OLU OBAFEMI’S SCAPEGOATS AND SACRED COWS)

  639. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD BY BUCHI EMECHETA

  640. THE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL: ITS FUNCTIONS AND AESTHETICS.

  641. THE MYTHOLOGICAL ICONS IN AMOS TUTUOLA THE PALM-WINE DRINKARD

  642. THE IMPACT OF YORUBA LANGUAGE ON THE SPOKEN ENGLISH OF STUDENTS (INDIGENES) OF ILORIN (TOWNSHIP)

  643. THE CONCEPT OF FEMINISM IN BUCHI EMECHETA’S SECOND CLASS CITIZEN AND OKOYE IFEOMA’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS

  644. SYMBOLS OF DECADENCE IN AYI KWEI ARMAH’S THE BEAUTIFUL ONES ARE NOT YET BORN

  645. PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF NIGERIAN ENGLISH (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED POEMS OF BAYO ADEBOWALE)

  646. POST–COLONIALISM AND LITERARY AESTHETICS (A STUDY OF SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND A DANCE OF THE FORESTS)

  647. POLITICS AND AESTHETICS IN SELECTED PLAYS OF WOLE SOYINKA

  648. IMAGES OF SOCIAL VICES IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN POETRY (A STUDY OF DENJA ABDULLAHI’S MAIROGO AND JIDE BALOGUN’S THE DESERT IN THE RIVER)

  649. GENDER IDEOLOGY AND SOCIAL CRISES IN IFEOMA OKOYE’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS AND MEN WITHOUT EARS

  650. FOLKLORE AND THE QUEST FOR RE-INVENTION A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND HOPE EGHAGHA’S DEATH NOT A REDEEMER

  651. FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND IFEOMA OKOYE’S BEHIND THE CLOUDS

  652. FEMINIST AESTHETICS IN OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN AND FEMI OSOFISAN’S MOROUNTODUN

  653. FEMINIST AESTHETIC IN ZAYNAB ALKALI’S THE STILLBORN AND THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN

  654. FEMINISM USING BUCHI EMECHETA’S ‘THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD’ AND ZAYNAB ALIKALI’S ‘THE STILL BORN’

  655. EMERGENT TRADITION AND THE AFRICAN POETRY, A CASE STUDY OF TANURE OJAIDE’S THE “FATE OF VULTURES” AND “ENDLESS SONG”

  656. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF OLA ROTIMI”S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN

  657. CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT BARRACK OBAMA’S INAUGURATION SPEECH (JANUARY 20, 2009)

  658. CONFLICT BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND WESTERN CULTURE (A CASE STUDY OF SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND THE LION AND THE JEWEL)

  659. CODE MIXING AS A SOCIOLINGUISTIC MEDIUM IN SOME SELECTED SONGS IN THE NIGERIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY

  660. CLASS STRUGGLE (A CASE STUDY OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND ANIMATA SOW FALL’S THE BEGGARS’ STRIKE)

  661. CLASS STRATIFICATION, POVERTY AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE (A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND OLU OBAFEMI WHEELS)

  662. CHARACTERS AND JOURNEY IN AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALM WINE DRINKARD AND GABRIEL AJADI’S THE FOREST OF GOD ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF D. O. FAGUNWA’S IGBO OLODUMARE

  663. AFRICANISM THEME, AND TECHNIQUE IN AMOS TUTUOLA’S THE PALMWINE DRINKARD

  664. AESTHETIC OF AFRICANISM IN CAMARA LAYE’S THE AFRICAN CHILD AND THE RADIANCE OF THE KING

  665. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SOME SELECTED POEMS OF WOLE SOYINKA

  666. A PRAMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED CARTOONS FROM NIGERIAN DAILIES THE ‘GUARDIAN, THE PUNCH, AND THE NATION’

  667. A PRAGMATIC STUDY OF NEWSPAPER COMIC STRIPS: AN EXAMPLE OF “EFE AND JUDE”

  668. ”CORRUPTION” IN THE NOVELS OF ADAOBI NWAUBANI TRICIA’S I DO NOT COME TO YOU BY CHANCE AND LABO YARI’S THE CLIMATE OF CORRUPTION

  669. A LINGUISTIC STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE CAMPAIGN SPEECHES OF TWO PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES IN THE 2011 ELECTIONS

  670. GRAMMATICAL ERRORS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ENGLISH ESSAYS

  671. A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF PIDGIN ENGLISH ON NIGERIAN STUDENTS

  672. INFLUENCE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AMONG IGBO SPEAKING LEARNERS IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  673. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTEGRATED SCIENCE AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  674. THE EXTENT OF USE OF AUDIO–VISUAL MATERIALS IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  675. AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING OF ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  676. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI’S HALF OF THE YELLOW SUN AND OKEY NDIBE’S ARROWS OF RAIN

  677. STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHIAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE;S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  678. POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND SYMBOLISM IN ADICHIE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND OKEY 2

  679. A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NIGERIAN APPELLATE COURT JUDGEMENTS

  680. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION IN KWARA STATE

  681. THE EFFECTS OF MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN THE LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ILORIN WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF KWARA STATE

  682. A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NIGERIAN APPELLATE COURT JUDGEMENTS

  683. A SOCIO-PRAGRAMATIC STUDY OF AMA ATTA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  684. AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF SOCIO-POLITICAL COLUMNS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  685. CONFLICTS IN PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP SELECTED AFRICAN TEXT 

  686. PORTRAYAL OF GENDERED EXPERIENCES IN SELECTED AFRICAN MIGRANT NARRATIVES

  687. SEXISM AND POWER DOMINANCE IN FEMI OSOFISAN’S ALTINE’S WRATH AND WOLE SOYINKA’S A PLAY OF GIANTS: A SOCIO-DISCOURSE ANALYTICAL STUDY

  688. THE PORTRAYAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN SELECTED AFRICAN PROSE

  689. MYTH IN BEN OKRI’S THE FAMISHED ROAD

  690. AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF TEACHERS MOTIVATION ON STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN ENUGU EDUCATION ZONE OF ENUGU STATE

  691. ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS PERSONAL QUALITIES BY SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN AWKA EDUCATION ZONE ANAMBRA

  692. ASSESSMENT OF THE APPLICATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS AND STRATEGIES BY BUSINESS EDUCATION TEACHERS IN TECHNICAL SCHOOLS IN TARABA STATE

  693. ASSESSMENT OF THE EXTENT OF STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTENTS OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN NSUKKA EDUCATION ZONE OF ENUGU STATE

  694. CONTENT ANALYSIS OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ECONOMICS TEXTBOOKS IN ENUGU STATE

  695. EFFECT OF CONCEPT MAPPING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN ECONOMICS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ENUGU EDUCATION ZONE

  696. EFFECT OF META COGNITIVE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT INTEREST AND RETENTION IN SECONDARY SCHOOL ECONOMICS IN ASABA EDUCATION ZONE OF DELTA STATE

  697. EFFECT OF THINK PAIR SHARE AND STUDENT TEAMS-ACHIEVEMENT DIVISIONS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST

  698. EFFECTIVENESS OF MICROFINANCE SOURCES ON THE PROFITABILITY OF ENTERPRISE CLUSTERS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA

  699. EXTENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES OBJECTIVES IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ANAMBRA STATE

  700. INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL OCCUPATION AND FAMILY STATUS ON STUDENTS INTEREST IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SOCIAL STUDIES IN JIGAWA STATE

  701. THE EFFECT OF SIMULATION METHOD ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND RETENTION IN SOME CONCEPTS IN GOVERNMENT AT SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NSUKKA EDUCATION ZONE

  702. THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IN KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC IDAH, KOGI STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND THE FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OKENE, KOGI STATE
  703. IMPACT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING STRATEGY ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN CHEMISTRY IN ABAKALIKI EDUCATION ZONE OF EBONYI STATE

  704. FEMINIST APPRAISAL OF CHIKA UNIGWE’S ON BLACK SISTERS’ STREET AND KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW YELLOW

  705. CHALLENGES AND CONSTRAINTS CONFRONTING WOMEN ENTREPRENEUR IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION: A CASE STUDY OF IKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  706. AN INFANTIST CRITIQUE OF CHILDREN’S ISSUES IN SELECTED NIGERIAN FILMS

  707. A SYNTACTIC STUDY OF ENGLISH CONCORD DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED BY STUDENTS OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES IN AKWA IBOM STATE UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA

  708. WAR AND TERRORISM IN CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND HELON HABILA’S CHIBOK GIRLS

  709. THE WRITER AS A CRITIC IN BEN OKRI’S THE FAMISHED ROAD

  710. CLASS STRATIFICATION IN RICHARD WRIGHT’S NATIVE SON AND AMINATA SOW FALL’S THE BEGGARS’ STRIKE

  711. EXAMINATION OF RACISM AND THE REVOLUTIONARY TRADITION IN AFRICAN LITERATURE: ANALYSIS OF CLAUDE BROWN’S MAN CHILD IN THE PROMISED LAND

  712. MENACE OF TEXT MESSAGE ABBREVIATIONS: A STUDY OF SELECTED TEST SCRIPTS OF STUDENTS IN AKWA IBOM STALE UNIVERSITY

  713. DRAMA AND POETRY IN THE MBOBPO CEREMONY OF IKOT OKU NSIT IN NSIT IBOM LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

  714. CONTRASTIVE STUDY OF CONSONANT SOUNDS OF EKID AND BEKWARRA LANGUAGES

  715. REALISM AND NATRUALISM: A STUDY OF ONYEKACHI ONUOHA’S MY FATHER LIED AND EYOH ETIM’S DON’T MARRY ANGELICA

  716. THE CONSONANT SOUNDS OF EKID AND BEKWARRA, AND THEIR DIFFERENCES IN THE PHOTOSTATIC OF THE TWO LANGUAGES

  717. EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE ON UNIVERSITY STUDENT

  718. EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS’ PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND TEACHERS’ JOB PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EKET LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA IBOM STATE

  719. A SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN ITU MBON USO

  720. PHONOLOGICAL RULES IN EKID SYLLABLE STRUCTURE PROCESSES

  721. PLURAL MARKING IN OBOLO

  722. VIEWS OF FEMI OSOFISAN ON WAR AND ITS EFFECTS ON WOMEN AND CHILDREN

  723. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE USE OF “CONTINUITY” IN NOLLYWOOD AND HOLLYWOOD FILMS IN KEMI ADETIBA’S WEDDING PARTY I AND TYLER PERRY’S ACRIMONY

  724. THE IMPACT OF DEFICIT FINANCING ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

  725. EFFECTS OF HANDS-ON APPROACH ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND INTEREST IN BIOLOGY IN CALABAR SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF CROSS RIVER STATE

  726. GENDER BASED VIOLENCE AMONG MALE AND FEMALE UNDERGRADUATES OF UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE NIGERIA.

  727. GREEK CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHERS WHO MADE SUCCESSFUL FOUNDATIONS FOR MODERN SCIENCE AND IS LIMITED TO THALES OF ANAXIMANDER AND ANAXIMENES, PYTHAGORAS AND ARISTOTLE.

  728. THE CONTRIBUTION AND ACCOMPLISHMENT OF CHIEF AMB. M T. MBU TO THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY AND THE WORLD AT LARGE.

  729. CHARACTERIZATION IN BENJAMIN KWAKYE’S THE OTHER CRUCIFIX: AN INTERPERSONAL METAFUNCTION APPROACH

  730. INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF DONOR FUNDED DAIRY AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS: A CASE OF SIYOI, WEST POKOT COUNTY, KENYA

  731. COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING PRACTICES AND NUTRITION STATUS OF CHILDREN OF MOTHER-TO-MOTHER SUPPORT GROUPS PARTICIPANTS AND NON-PARTICIPANTS IN KAKUMA, TURKANA COUNTY, KENYA

  732. CHILD FOSTERING AND EDUCATION EXPENDITURE IN GHANA

  733. CHILDREN’S AWARENESS OF THEIR RIGHTS IN GHANA: THE CASE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ABURI AND POKROM

  734. CLASSROOM VERBAL INTERACTION PATTERNS IN RELATION TO STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN PHYSICS IN BARINGO CENTRAL SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  735. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF POLICY MAKING IN CIVILIAN AND MILITARY ADMINISTRATIONS IN GHANA.

  736. A HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN FAITH CHURCH INTERNATIONAL (CFCI), IN GHANA

  737. A Study of the Implementation of International Treaties on Child Marriage in Ghana

  738. A STUDY OF THE READERSHIP OF THE CATHOLIC STANDARD IN NAVRONGO-BOLGATANGA CATHOLIC DIOCESE

  739. AGE AT FIRST SEX AND LIFETIME SEXUAL PARTNERSAGEING AND CHRONIC DISEASES IN GHANA: THE CASE OF AKIM ODA

  740. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AFFECTIVE FACTORS AND ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GANZE DISTRICT, KILIFI COUNTY KENYA

  741. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLASS SIZE, PUPILS’ ENGAGEMENTIN READING AND TEACHERS PREPARATION IN LOWER PRIMARY PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN NYERI SOUTH SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  742. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIELD WORK AND PERFORMANCE IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF GEOGRAPHY IN KIMININI DIVISION TRANS-NZOIA COUNTY, KENYA

  743. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND SCIENCE CURRICULUM DELIVERY IN PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NAIVASHA, NAKURU COUNTY, KENYA

  744. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ MATHEMATICS SELF-EFFICACY AND THEIR PUPILS’ PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS IN KERICHO SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  745. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENT-TEACHER COMMUNICATION AND PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN PRE- PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN’S READING IN MUMIAS EAST SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  746. Relationship between students? mathematics achievement and career aspirations in secondary schools of Kandara sub-county, Kenya.

  747. ROLE OF BOYS’ EMPOWERMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL BOYS IN MOMBASA COUNTY, KENYA

  748. ROLE OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN IMPLEMENTING PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION IN MACHAKOS COUNTY, KENYA

  749. INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES (AGPO) PROGRAM IN NAIROBI, KENYA: THE CASE OF MINISTRY OF HEALTH

  750. THE LAW ON WITNESS PROTECTION IN KENYA: A WHISTLEBLOWER’S REFUGE OR JUST A PIPE-DREAM?

  751. SCHOOL FACTORS INFLUENCING PROVISION OF QUALITY EARLY GRADE EDUCATION FOR PUPILS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA

  752. SCHOOL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FREQUENCY OF TEACHING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN LOWER PRIMARY CLASSES IN LAIKIPIA COUNTY, KENYA

  753. SCHOOL- CONTEXTUAL FACTORS INFLUENCING GRADE TWO PUPILS’ ACQUISITION OF READING SKILLS IN LAIKIPIA COUNTY, KENYA

  754. SITUATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION AT NGLESHIE AMANFRO: THE ROLE OF THE COMMUNITY

  755. SOCIO-CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO LOWER PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS’ GRADE RETENTION IN THARAKA NITHI COUNTY, KENYA

  756. SOURCES OF STUDENTS’ ERRORS AND MISCONCEPTIONS IN ALGEBRA AND INFLUENCE OF CLASSROOM PRACTICE REMEDIATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS MACHAKOS SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  757. PERCEIVED EFFECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING ON LEARNING BEHAVIOUR AMONG REGULAR UNDERGRADUATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN MOMBASA COUNTY – KENYA

  758. STRATEGIES EMPLOYED IN TEACHING THE INTEGRATED ENGLISH AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON PERFORMANCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KENYENYA, KISII COUNTY, KENYA

  759. STUDENTS’ ALGEBRAIC SKILLS IN CALCULATING REACTING MASSES IN CHEMICAL EQUATIONS: A CASE OF PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NYANDARUA COUNTY, KENYA

  760. TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS THAT INFLUENCE DEVELOPMENT OF ORAL LANGUAGE SKILLS AMONG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA

  761. TEACHER FACTORS INFLUENCING USE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS IN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN YOLA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  762. TEACHER FACTORS INFLUENCING USE OF PLAY AS A TEACHING STRATEGY IN PRE- PRIMARY S CHOOLS IN KIAMBU COUNTY, KENYA

  763. TEACHER RELATED DETERMINANTS INFLUENCING THE PROVISION OF QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN NJORO DIVISION, NAKURU COUNTY, KENYA

  764. TEACHER-FACTORS AFFECTING GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN UNIFORMED- FORCES BASED SCHOOLS IN NAKURU COUNTY, KENYA

  765. TEACHER- PREPAREDNESS IN INTEGRATING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN INSTRUCTION IN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NYAMIRA COUNTY, KENYA

  766. TEACHERS’ ACQUISITION AND USE OF VISUAL TEACHING- LEARNING MATERIALS IN PUBLIC PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KASARANI DIVISION, NAIROBI COUNTY

  767. TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON USE OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTRUCTION OF ENGLISH IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BAUCHI METROPOLIS, NIGERIA

  768. TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON INFLUENCE OF PARENTS’ ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE ON SCHOOL PARTICIPATION OF LOWER-PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN THARAKA-NITHI COUNTY

  769. INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENTS’ HOSTEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES: A CASE OF UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, KENYA

  770. THE CONTRIBUTION OF CHILDREN’S INVOLVEMENT IN HOUSEWORK TO ACADEMIC COMPETENCE DURING EARLY CHILDHOOD AT CITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, NAIROBI COUNTY

  771. THE DESTINY OF THE EARTH: AN ECOLOGICAL READING OF 2 PETER 3:1-13

  772. THE DIVINE MOTIVATION: AN EXAMINATION OF SOCRATIC ETHICS

  773. THE EFFECT OF AUDIT COMMITTEE CHARACTERISTICS ON RISK DISCLOSURE: AN ANALYSIS OF LISTED FIRMS IN GHANA

  774. THE EFFECTS OF RURAL –URBAN MIGRATION ON AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE STUDY OF TWO FARMING COMMUNITIES IN THE TOLON DISTRICT

  775. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMMES AND SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND ENROLMENT AMONG PRE- SCHOOL CHILDREN IN CHEPALUNGU SUB-COUNTY, BOMET COUNTY, KENYA

  776. THE ROLE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN TRANSMITTING MORAL VALUES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MATHIOYA DISTRICT IN MURANG’A COUNTY, KENYA

  777. THE ROLE OF DRAMA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN NAKURU MUNICIPALITY, KENYA

  778. THE ROLE OF PLAYGROUND FACILITIES ON PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S PARTICIPATION IN OUTDOOR PLAY ACTIVITIES IN MOMBASA COUNTY, KENYA

  779. ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING SUSTAINABILITY OF COUNTY FUNDED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: A CASE OF MERU YOUTH SERVICE PROJECT, MERU COUNTY, KENYA

  780. UHUSIANO WA MIKAKATI YA UFUNDISHAJI WA FASIHI YA WATOTO YA KISWAHILI NA UMILISI WA KUSOMA KATIKA SHULE ZA MSINGI, KASARANI, KAUNTI YA NAIROBI, KENYA

  781. UNDERSTANDING URBAN SPRAWL IN THE GREATER ACCRA METROPOLITAN AREA: THE GIS PERSPECTIVE

  782. USE OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KIRINYAGA COUNTY, KENYA

  783. USE OF ICT IN TEACHING PHYSICS: A CASE OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KIMILILI DISTRICT, BUNGOMA COUNTY, KENYA

  784. USE OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGIES IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF WELDING AND FABRICATION IN VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRES IN MANDERA COUNTY, KENYA

  785. USE OF INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN PROMOTING LEARNING FOR HEARING IMPAIRED LEARNERS IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN MOMBASA COUNTY, KENYA

  786. USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA IN TEACHING OF KISWAHILI LANGUAGE IN PUBLIC PRIMARY TEACHERS’ COLLEGES IN KENYA

  787. UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES IN TEACHING PRACTICAL GEOGRAPHY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KIPKELION SUB-COUNTY, KERICHO COUNTY-KENYA

  788. UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ LEARNING OF ENGLISH IN BUNGOMA NORTH DISTRICT’S SECONDARY SCHOOLS, BUNGOMA COUNTY, KENYA

  789. INFLUENCE OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN PROJECT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT IN KENYA: A CASE OF STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY PHASE 1

  790. YOUTH POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN NANDI COUNTY, KENYA

  791. AGEING IN CONTEMPORARY GHANA: A CASE STUDY OF THE AWUTU BREKU DISTRICT

  792. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF ICT IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NORTHEASTERN NIGERIA

  793. AN ANALYSIS OF RAWLS’ REFLECTIVE EQUILIBRIUM AS A METHOD OF JUSTIFICATION IN ETHICS

  794. AN ASSESSMENT OF GHANA’S PERFORMANCE UNDER THE THREE- YEAR EXTENDED CREDIT FACILITY (ECF) PROGRAMME WITH THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF) FROM APRIL 2015 TO DECEMBER 2017

  795. AN ASSESSMENT OF LIBERAL DEMOCRACY IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN STATES: CASE STUDY OF GHANA AND BOTSWANA

  796. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES OF LEFT-BEHIND CHILDREN OF GHANA POLICE SERVICE OFFICERS ON UN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS

  797. AGENCY AND PROCESSES IN RELIGIOUS DISCOURSE: A TRANSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT

  798. AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING IN NIGERIA: A SUSTAINABILITY APPROACH

  799. AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL ANARCHY ON INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL

  800. AN EVALUATION OF DONOR FUNDS TO STAKEHOLDERS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST MODERN SLAVERY. A CASE STUDY OF LAKE VOLTA 

  801. AN EVALUATION OF THE PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF INFORMAL ENTREPRENEURS IN ACCRA: LESSONS FROM AGBOGBLOSHIE MARKET

  802. ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE BANKING SECTOR OF GHANA

  803. AN INVESTIGATION INTO PUPILS’ EXPERIENCES OF SOLVING NON-ROUTINE MATHEMATICS PROBLEMS: A CASE STUDY OF GHANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

  804. ANALYSIS OF JHS STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD MATHEMATICS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: THE CASE OF ASUNAFO SOUTH DISTRICT

  805. ASSESSING STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION IN POLICY FORMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION: THE CASE STUDY OF THE FREE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL POLICY IN GHANA

  806. ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: THE CASE OF TEMA OIL REFINERY (TOR)

  807. ASSESSING THE GHANA POLICE SERVICE’S PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS AS A MODERN TOOL OF FOREIGN POLICY: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

  808. ASSESSING THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ELECTION OBSERVATION IN ENHANCING DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE 2012 ELECTION IN GHANA AND THE 2017 ELECTIONS IN KENYA

  809. ASSESSMENT OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM AT UNIVERSITY OF GHANA HOSPITAL

  810. ASSESSMENT OF SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES OF ACADEMIC LIBRARIANS FOR SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATON: A CASE OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN THE GREATER ACCRA REGION OF GHANA

  811. ATTAINING THE 90-90-90 TARGETS: BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO RETENTION IN CARE AND ADHERENCE TO ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN A GHANAIAN REFERRAL HOSPITAL

  812. AVAILABILITY AND USE OF ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR SUPPORTING PERSONS WITH DISABILITY IN SELECTED PUBLIC ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN GHANA

  813. BANK CAPITAL AND LIQUIDITY CREATION IN GHANA: DOES OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE MATTER?

  814. LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN EXECUTIVES IN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS IN GHANA.

  815. LANGUAGE CHOICE IN THE ?KERE SPEECH COMMUNITY

  816. LAND `OWNERSHIP ARRANGEMENTS, FOOD SECURITY AND FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS IN THE AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONES OF RURAL GHANA

  817. LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN EXECUTIVES IN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS IN GHANA.

  818. IS RORTY A JAMESIAN? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WILLIAM JAMES AND RICHARD RORTY ON THE PRAGMATISTS? CONCEPTION OF TRUTH

  819. IS NON-REDUCTIVE PHYSICALISM A PLAUSIBLE THEORY OF CONSCIOUSNESS?

  820. INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF INFORMAL SECTOR WORKERS IN GHANA

  821. INTERNATIONAL REGIMES AND DOMESTIC POLICIES: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT POLICY IN GHANA.

  822. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE TOWARDS GOVERNMENT E-HEALTH INITIATIVE IN GHANA: CASE OF TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITAL

  823. INFLUENCE OF VISIBLE BODY MODIFICATION ON EMPLOYABILITY OF JOB APPLICANTS

  824. INFLUENCE OF GENDER ROLE IDEOLOGY AND WORK LIFE BALANCE ON CAREER SUCCESS OF WOMEN

  825. IMPROVING TEACHING AND LEARNING THROUGH INFRASTRUCTURE PROVISION IN BASIC SCHOOLS IN SHAI- OSUDOKU DISTRICT

  826. IMPROVING DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION IN GHANA; PERSPECTIVES FROM DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSE ORGANISATIONS IN ACCRA.

  827. IMPLICATIONS OF EFFECTIVE HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF SOCIAL SECURITY AND NATIONAL INSURANCE TRUST (SSNIT)

  828. IMPACTS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON SHAREHOLDER’S WEALTH

  829. IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY ON CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN GHANA

  830. IMPACT OF MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES ON EXCHANGE RATE MOVEMENTS IN GHANA

  831. IMPACT OF MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES ON EXCHANGE RATE MOVEMENTS IN GHANA

  832. IMPACT OF CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT ON THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF INDIGENOUS BANKS

  833. IMPACT OF CLAIMS COMPLAINTS ON PROFITABILITY OF NON-LIFE INSURANCE OPERATIONS IN GHANA

  834. ICT-LED HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO UNIVERSITY OF GHANA HOSPITAL, LEGON.

  835. GREEN BUSINESS PRACTICES AMONG STAR-GRADED HOTELS IN GHANA: THE CASE OF LADADEKOTOPON MUNICIPALITY

  836. HARNESSING THE POTENTIALS OF THE GHANAIAN DIASPORA: AN ANALYSIS OF GHANA’S ENGAGEMENT WITH ITS DIASPORA

  837. GHANA-UK COLLABORATION IN COMBATING DRUG TRAFFICKING: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

  838. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF CHURCHES: A CASE STUDY OF THE METHODIST CHURCH GHANA, TEMA DIOCESE.

  839. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF CHURCHES IN GHANA: A CASE STUDY OF LEGON INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH

  840. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF NGOS IN GHANA: A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL AID

  841. A PRAGMA – SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS OF GRAFFITI OF

  842. STRATEGIES ON LEARNERS WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER IN THE CLASSROOM.

  843. ACCESS TO SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES BY ADOLESCENT GIRLS AGED 15-19 YEARS AMONG PASTORAL COMMUNITIES IN NAROK COUNTY, KENYA.

  844. SPATIAL ORIENTATION IN GA

  845. TO DETERMINE HYGIENE AND MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION OF MINIMALLY PROCESSED FRUITS AS STREET FOODS IN CENTRAL WARD, NAIROBI COUNTY

  846. A critical assessment of the state primary school enrollment in sokoto State of universal basic education programmed in sokoto state.A study of wammakko local government area 2010-2020.

  847. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ENDSARS PROTESTAND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON INTERNAL SECURITY (A CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE)

  848. ESTIMATION OF DAILY SALT INTAKE OF HEALTHY AMBULANT NIGERIAN ADULTS

  849. AN APPRAISAL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH CARE DELIVERY A CASE STUDY OF ILORIN EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT, KWARA STATE.

  850. ANALYSIS OF SPEECH ACT OF TEXTUALGRAFFITI IN NIGERIA.

  851. ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY.

  852. ASSESS ROLE OF UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION AND COMPLETION OF PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA NORTH, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

  853. ASSESS THE IMPACT OF CIVIC EDUCATION ON POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

  854. ASSESS THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEES SELECTION PROCESS ON SERVICE DELIVERY IN THE NIGERIA PUBLIC SECTOR, USING A STUDY OF MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, SOKOTO STATE.

  855. ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF SHIFT WORK AND OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ON JOB PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA POLICE FORCE

  856. IMPACT OF MICROFINANCE BANK ON SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA

  857. BIOACCUMULATION AND TOXICOLOGICAL IMPLICATION OF HEAVY METALS IN FISH, AND VEGETABLES IRRIGATED WITH AKAKI RIVER, ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

  858. BUREAUCRATIC FAIRNESS AND PUBLIC SERVICES DELIVERY AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF PUBLIC COMPLAINT COMMISSION

  859. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MORPHOLOGY OF ENGLISH AND YORUBA

  860. EXAMINE ISLAM PRACTICE AND MODERN TIME WITH EMPHASIS ON ISLAMIC DRESSINGS

  861. GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF BROILER CHICKS FED WITH TIGER NUTS

  862. IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION ON WORKERS PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, ABUJA, NIGERIA

  863. USE OF INSECTICIDE TREATED NET IN THE PREVENTION OF MALARIA AMONG JIGGERY AND TEA WORKERS IN KISII COUNTY KENYA

  864. IMPACT OF REWARD SYSTEM ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED MONEY DEPOSIT BANKS IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

  865. LEAD RESIDUES IN TISSUES OF ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT GUSAU MODERN ABATTOIR, ZAMFARA STATE, NIGERIA

  866. LEMONGRASS AS MOSQUITO REPELLENT

  867. PHYTOCHEMICAL, ANTIOXIDANT AND TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF PHYLLANTHUS AMARUS

  868. THE ATTITUDES OF PEOPLE TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION IN AREA F OF NYANYA, F.C.T.

  869. THE EFFECT OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION POLICY AS A TOOL FOR ACHIEVING HIGHER EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY IN MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATIONS: A STUDY OF DOZZY GROUP OF COMPANIES

  870. THE EFFECTS OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCEDURES ON THE EFFICIENCY OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF DELTA STATE

  871. THE PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: HOW DOES ICT INTERVENE? A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE SOKOTO STATE.

  872. EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF UBE PROGRAMME IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NSUKKA EDUCATION ZONE OF ENUGU STATE

  873. IMPACT OF MICROFINANCE ON RURAL ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  874. ACADEMIC INDISCIPLINE AND FAILURE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ENUGU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE

  875. TRACING THE EVOLUTION OF THE ROLES OF FEMALE CHARACTERS IN SELECTED WORKS OF CHINUA ACHEBE

  876. TRANSLATING THE MEANING OF HYPERNYMS AND HYPONYMS: A TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH OF “LA QUESTION EDUCATIVE AU BURKINA-FASO, REGARDS PLURIELS”

  877. UPTAKE OF HEPATITIS B VACCINATION AND ITS DETERMINANTS AMONG HIGH RISK HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN SELECTED HOSPITALS IN KENYA

  878. USE OF INSECTICIDE TREATED NET IN THE PREVENTION OF MALARIA AMONG JIGGERY AND TEA WORKERS IN KISII COUNTY KENYA

  879. UTILIZATION OF ANTENATAL CARE SERVICES AMONG ADOLESCENT MOTHERS IN MATHARE INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS, NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA

  880. UTILIZATION OF THE HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BY COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS IN THE AMREF FACILITY IN KIBERA,NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA

  881. SELECTED SCHOOL-RELATED REASONS WHY TEACHERS ABANDON THE TEACHING PROFESSION: AN EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE

  882. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESSES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE: THE CASE STUDY OF ROBBEN ISLAND MUSEUM

  883. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESSES IN THE JOHANNESBURG METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT (JMPD)

  884. RIGLYNE TER VERBETERING VAN KONSENTRASIETEGNIEKE VAN LAERSKOOLSPORTBEOEFENAARS

  885. Savings, Inflation and Economic Growth Linkages: A Re-Examination with Nigeria Data

  886. STRATEGIC PLANNING AND BUDGETING IN THE MINING QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (MQA)

  887. STUDENT EVALUATION OF CAREER READINESS AFTER COMPLETING THE HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM AT THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL

  888. SUCCESSION PLANNING A DEVELOPMENTAL TOOL FOR DEVELOPING MIDDLE MANAGERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  889. TEACHING ENGLISH AT A COLLEGE OF EDUCATION- A CASE STUDY IN TRANSFORMATION

  890. THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY IN RELATION TO ITS PURPOSE STATEMENT

  891. Enhancing Youth Employability and Entrepreneurship within the Local Labour Market: The Positive Youth Model as A Panacea

  892. THE APPROACHES THAT FOUNDATION PHASE GRADE 3 TEACHERS USE TO PROMOTE EFFECTIVE LITERACY TEACHING: A CASE STUDY

  893. SYSTEMIC CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN THE HARARE METROPOLITAN AREA: A CASE STUDY

  894. THE CREATIVE USE OF MUSIC TO SUPPORT LEARNING DISABLED LEARNERS IN AN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM: A CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMME IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

  895. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S WEEP NOT, CHILD AND DREAMS IN A TIME OF WAR

  896. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MOOD CHOICE IN SERMONS OF TWO CHARISMATIC CHURCH PREACHERS

  897. A MORPHO-SYNTACTIC STUDY OF THE BULI VERBAL GROUP

  898. A STUDY OF DANGME ADVERBS AND ADVERBIALS

  899. AGENCY AND PROCESSES IN RELIGIOUS DISCOURSE: A TRANSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT

  900. A TRANSLATION FROM FRENCH INTO ENGLISH OF THE DOCUMENT ‘COMMUNICATION EN CONSEIL DES MINISTRES RELATIVE A L’EXECUTION DU BUDGET A LA FIN JUIN 2010’

  901. AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE PROBLEMS OF TRANSLATING COLLOCATIONS: A TRANSLATION FROM FRENCH INTO ENGLISH OF AN EXTRACT FROM ‘GUIDE JURIDIQUE ET FISCAL DES ASSOCIATIONSAU TOGO “TOME II

  902. ECHOES OF EMERSON IN WALT WHITMAN’S “SONG OF MYSELF”

  903. ARMAH’S TWO THOUSAND SEASONS, OSIRIS RISING AND KMT: IN THE HOUSE OF LIFE AS A SINGLE PAN-AFRICAN EPIC STORY

  904. ASSESSMENT OF REFERRAL PRACTICES AND FACILITATION ACTIVITIES OF HIV TESTING AND COUNSELING SITES IN NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA.

  905. ASSESSMENT OF THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS KNOWLEDGE AND CAPACITY TO DETECT RIFT VALLEY FEVER INFECTIONS IN MARAGUA SUB-COUNTY OF MURANG’A COUNTY OF KENYA

  906. TRANSLATION FROM FRENCH INTO ENGLISH OF “L’ÉCONOMIE DU GABON: UNE ÉCONOMIE À LA REMORQUE DE SON PÉTROLE’’

  907. EMPLOI DES MORPHOGRAMMES EN FRANÇAIS LANGUE ETRANGERE: LE CAS DES APPRENANTS D’ACHIMOTA SHS, DE PRESEC-LEGON ET D’ACCRA GIRLS SHS

  908. AYI KWEI ARMAH’S NARRATIVE GRAMMAR- A STUDY OF HIS FIRST THREE NOVELS

  909. CAREGIVER HOME BASED PRACTICES FOR MANAGING CHILDREN AGED (0-59 MONTHS) WITH DIARRHEAL DISEASE IN BUSIA COUNTY, KENYA.

  910. CARETAKERS’ HOME MANAGEMENT AND HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOUR FOR DIARRHOEAL DISEASES AMONG CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS IN ELDORET MUNICIPALITY, KENYA

  911. CHALLENGES TO VISUAL CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING SERVICE INTERGRATION AND UTILIZATION IN IMENTI SOUTH SUB-COUNTY REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM, MERU COUNTY, KENYA

  912. CHARACTERIZATION IN BENJAMIN KWAKYE’S THE OTHER CRUCIFIX: AN INTERPERSONAL METAFUNCTION APPROACH

  913. CLASSICAL MODEL OF TRANSFORMATIONAL GENERATIVE GRAMMAR AS A PEDAGOGICAL AID IN TEACHING NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  914. CODE-SWITCHING AMONG GA-ENGLISH SPEAKERS: A GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS

  915. ARTICULATIONS OF WOMANISM IN ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS AND EMECHETA’S THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD

  916. COMMUNICATING CRISIS PREPAREDNESS: A CASE STUDY OF ELECTRICITY COMPANY OF GHANA

  917. COMPLIANCE TO RECOMMENDED DIETARY PRACTICES AMONG PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS ATTENDING SELECTED HOSPITALS IN NAKURU COUNTY

  918. COMPOUNDING IN DANGME

  919. DETERMINANTS OF DELAY IN SEEKING MEDICAL CARE AMONG WOMEN WITH INVASIVE CERVICAL CANCER IN WESTERN KENYA

  920. CONSTRUCTION OF FEMALE IDENTITY IN THE NEO-SLAVE NARRATIVE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED AND A MERCY.

  921. DISILLUSIONMENT AND SURVIVAL IN AFRICAN MIGRATION LITERATURE: A STUDY OF OKEY NDIBE’S FOREIGN GODS, INC. AND UNOMA AZUAH’S EDIBLE BONES.

  922. THE INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION AND SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ON STUDENTS’ LANGUAGE COMPETENCE

  923. ETUDE DU PHENOMENE DE LA LIAISON CHEZ LES APPRENANTS DE FLE DES NIVEAUX 300 ET 400 A L’UNIVERSITE DU GHANA

  924. EUGENIA SERWAAH COBBINA (10166154)

  925. FEEDING PRACTICES AND NUTRITION STATUS AMONG CHILDREN AGED 6-23 MONTHS FOLLOWING DISCHARGE FROM SUPPLEMENTARY FEEDING PROGRAM IN ISIOLO COUNTY, KENYA

  926. ASPECTS OF TÙTRÙGBÙ (NYAGBO) PHONOLOGY

  927. INVESTIGATING THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  928. COHESION IN THE ESSAYS OF FINAL YEAR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ACCRA ACADEMY

  929. LANGUAGE OF CUSTOMARY MARRIAGE AMONG AKANS

  930. A SOCIO-LINGUSITIC STUDY OF LANGUAGE VARIATION IN THE ENGLISH SPOKEN IN GHANA: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED CONSONANTS

  931. A DEPICTION OF THE NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’SHALF OF A YELLOW SUN

  932. APPLICATION OF THE DOCTRINE OF “LAST SEEN” IN HOMICIDE TRIALS IN NIGERIA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

  933. INFLUENCE OF SOCIO-CULTURAL AND HEALTH SYSTEM FACTORS ON PARTNER PARTICIPATION IN LABOUR AND DELIVERY AT NYERI COUNTY REFERRAL HOSPITAL

  934. LANGUAGE, POWER AND IDEOLOGY: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF SELECTED SPEECHES OF NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO AND JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA

  935. ISSUES OF EQUIVALENCE: A TRANSLATION OF « LES BANQUES CENTRALES DANS LA TEMPÊTE POUR UN NOUVEAU MANDAT DE STABILITÉ FINANCIÈRE » (TRANSLATION FROM FRENCH TO ENGLISH)

  936. ISSUES OF EQUIVALENCE IN LEGAL TERMINOLOGY : TRANSLATION OF AN EXTRACT FROM ‘RAPPORT ALTERNATIF DE LA FIACAT ET DE L’ACAT COTE D’IVOIRE EN REPONSE AUX RAPPORTS INITIAL ET PERIODIQUES CUMULES DU GOUVERNEMENT IVOIRIEN SUR LA MISE EN ŒUVRE DE LA CHARTE AFRICAINE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME ET DES PEUPLES.’ (TRANSLATION FROM FRENCH INTO ENGLISH)

  937. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF SOME SELECTED POLITICAL SPEECHES BY JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS

  938. IMPACT DE L’APPROCHE COMMUNICATIVE SUR LA PERFORMANCE ORALE DES APPRENANTS DE FLE DANS QUELQUES LYCÉES DE LA MÉTROPOLE D’ACCRA

  939. SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS OF NEGATION IN AKAN

  940. INVESTIGATING THE USE OF THE LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE APPROACH AT LA ANGLICAN BASIC SCHOOL

  941. TRANSLATION INTO FRENCH OF MIGRATION AND MOBILITY IN GHANA Trends, Issues, and Emerging Research Gaps

  942. SYNTAGMATIC RELATIONS OF NOUN MODIFIERS IN AKAN

  943. REPRESENTING ISLAM IN AHMADOU KOUROUMA’S ALLAH IS NOT OBLIGED AND MOHAMMED NASEEHU ALI’S THE PROPHET OF ZONGO STREET

  944. CODE-SWITCHING IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN HIP HOP SONGS

  945. LANGUAGE CHOICE IN THE ƆKERE SPEECH COMMUNITY

  946. LANGUAGE USE IN INTERETHNIC MARRIAGE CEREMONIES IN GREATER ACCRA

  947. L’INTERET DE JEUX DE LANGUE COMME OUTIL PEDAGOGIQUE EN CLASSE DE FLE

  948. LES RAPPORTS MERE-FILLE DANS DE L’AUTRE COTE DU REGARD DE KEN BUGUL ET LE ROMAN DE PAULINE DE CALIXTHE BEYALA

  949. LEVEL OF UTILIZATION OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AMONG WORKERS IN GRAIN AND OIL SEED MILLING INDUSTRIES IN NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA

  950. L’IMPORTANCE DE LA LITTÉRATURE AFRICAINE EN CLASSE DE FRANÇAIS LANGUE ÉTRANGÈRE (FLE) DANS DES UNIVERSITÉS GHANÉENNES

  951. LIVING WITH DIABETES: A STUDY OF ILLNESS REPRESENTATION, SPIRITUAL COPING, PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND MEDICATION ADHERENCE

  952. MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF ACUTE DIARRHOEA BY CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS IN MATHARE INFORMAL SETTLEMENT, NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA

  953. SOCIOPRAGMATICS OF REQUESTS IN LOGBA

  954. EMPLOI DU MORPHEME FONCTIONNEL PAR EN FRANCAIS MODERNE ET CONTEMPORAIN

  955. MORBIDITY OF DIARRHEAL DISEASE AMONG CHILDREN AGED UNDER FIVE YEARS LIVING IN INTERNALLY DISPLACED POPULATION CAMPS OF HODAN DISTRICT, MOGADHISHU-SOMALIA

  956. L’IMPACT DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT SOCIOLINGUISTIQUE SUR L’APPRENTISSAGE DU FRANÇAIS PAR DES ETUDIANTS DU NIVEAU 100 A L’UNIVERSITE DU GHANA

  957. NON ADHERENCE TO PMTCT TREATMENT AND LOSS TO FOLLOW UP OF HIV POSITIVE MOTHERS AND BABIES IN MOMBASA COUNTY, KENYA

  958. A THEMATIC AND STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIANISED TRADITIONAL ANLO SONGS: A CASE STUDY OF ST. MARY’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, HATORGODO.

  959. PREDICTORS OF FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES UPTAKE AMONG WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE IN MOYALE SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

  960. PROVIDER AND USER PERSPECTIVES REGARDING BEDNETS DISTRIBUTION STRATEGIES TARGETING MALARIA VULNERABLE GROUPS IN KWALE AND MAKUENI, KENYA

  961. A SYNCHRONIC SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF PERSONAL NAMES AMONG EWES

  962. SEXUAL ABSTINENCE AS A HIV PREVENTION STRATEGY AMONG ADOLESCENT SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GARISSA MUNICIPALITY, GARISSA COUNTY OF KENYA.

  963. SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG BOYS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN MUKURU KWA NJENGA SLUM, NAIROBI COUNTY-KENYA

  964. THE MORPHO-SYNTAX OF THE NOUN PHRASE IN SƖSAALƖ

  965. THE NARRATIVE STRUCTURE OF JOHN MILTON’S PARADISE LOST

  966. THE ROLE OF ENGLISH AS MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  967. TYPES AND MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOL-RELATED PHYSICAL INJURIES AMONG PERSONS WITH ALCOHOL USE DISORDER IN KIAMBU COUNTY,GITHUNGURI SUB-COUNTY

  968. UNIVERSITY OF GHANA – COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES

  969. INVESTIGATING THE LOW PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS’ ENGLISH IN THE BASIC EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION IN THE SUNYANI MUNICIPALITY

  970. USING ASSESSMENT RESULTS TO IMPROVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

  971. UTILIZATION OF THE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES AMONG YOUTH LIVING ON THE STREETS IN NAKURU COUNTY, KENYA

  972. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON AUDIT COMMITTEE AND FINANCIAL REPORTING IN NIGERIA

  973. A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT U.S FOREIGN POLICY IN IRAQ 1991-2003

  974. ADSORPTION OF COPPER (II) ION FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION ONTO THERMALLY TREATED EGGSHELL: KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUM STUDY

  975. AGRICULTURAL POTENTIAL IN NIGERIA: BENUE STATE AS CASE STUDY

  976. AN APPRAISAL OF NIGERIA-CHINA POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS FROM 1999-2014

  977. ASSESSMENT OF THE TECHNICAL BENEFITS OF DUAL GRADIENT DRILLING

  978. GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF BROILER CHICKS FED WITH TIGER NUTS

  979. IMPACT OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS ON CONSUMER PATRONAGE

  980. Impact of ECOWAS in West African economic cooperation and integration

  981. IMPACT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON NIGERIA‟S FOREIGN POLICY: UNDER PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN ADMINISTRATION (2011-2015).

  982. TECHNOLOGY: Gateways, Portals, and Websites

  983. IMPACT OF FOREIGN TRADE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1981-2010)

  984. IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  985. INFLUENCE OF SUPER STORY ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF YOUTHS A STUDY OF STUDENTS OF AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE

  986. INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE’S ADJUDICATION PROCESS IN THE NIGERIAN-CAMEROON CRISIS

  987. INVESTIGATION OF THE TRANSPORT PROFILE AND DISPERSION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL OVER THE COASTAL REGION OF LAGOS

  988. LEMONGRASS AS MOSQUITO REPELLENT

  989. MODELLING, SIMULATION AND CONTROL OF THE REACTIVE DISTILLATION OF BIODIESEL PRODUCTION

  990. MODELLING, SIMULATION AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER (FAME) REACTIVE DISTILLATION (RD) PROCESS USING ASPEN PLUS

  991. The extent of NigeriaGǃs poverty eradication from the time of the Millennium Summit, to the target period of 2015

  992. NIGERIA’S QUEST FOR A PERMANENT SEAT IN THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL: PRO AND CONS

  993. PID CONTROL OF A FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER REACTIVE DISTILLATION PROCESS

  994. PREDICTION OF STUCK PIPE USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK: A CASE STUDY ON NIGER DELTA FIELDS OF NIGERIA

  995. PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL FROM WASTE VEGETABLE OIL USING EGGSHELL BASED CATALYST

  996. ROLES AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF NIGERIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL ORGANISATION: A CASE STUDY OF ECOWAS

  997. The historical development of Nigeria-Chinese relations from 1999-2009.

  998. THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

  999. The impact of internal control system on the corporate profitability

  1000. The impact of international trade on the economic growth of Nigeria

  1001. THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA(1981-2012)

  1002. THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ON ACCOUNTING PROFESSION IN NIGERIA

  1003. THE IMPACT OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS ON NIGERIA’S INDIGENOUS INDUSTRIES.

  1004. THE IMPACT OF NIGERIA PEACEKEEPING ROLE IN WEST AFRICA

  1005. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  1006. THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON NATIONAL SECURITY: NIGERIA’S PERSPECTIVE

  1007. THE IMPACT OF UNCONSCIOUS RACISM ON PERSONS OF COLOR (MOSTLY AFRICANS) AND ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AFRICANS AND CHINESE

  1008. THE IMPACT OF UNITED NATIONS IN RESOLVING SYRIAN CRISIS

  1009. THE IMPACTS OF ETHNICITY AND RELIGION ON THE POLITICAL PROCESSES IN NIGERIA

  1010.  THE IMPORTANCE OF FISCAL FEDERALISM IN A DIVERSIFIED COUNTRY LIKE NIGERIA

  1011. THE INFLUENCE OF BIG BROTHER AFRICA REALITY TELEVISION SHOW ON YOUTHS PARTICULARLY STUDENTS OF AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI

  1012. THE INVESTIGATION OF THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM IN NIGERIA SINCE 2010

  1013. THE ISSUE OF CURRENCY WAR BETWEEN CHINA AND USA

  1014. THE ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE OF BANKS IN NIGERIA

  1015. THE NATURE FEDERATION IN NIGERIA AND THE CHALLENGES OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION

  1016. ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA-USA RELATIONS 1999-2013

  1017. THE PERCEPTION OF BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY IN SOUTH WESTERN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF EKITI STATE.

  1018. THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NCM IN RELATION TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GRWOTH IN NIGERIA

  1019. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POVERTY AND CHILD ABUSE (CASE STUDY OF WAMMAKO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, SOKOTO)

  1020. THE RELEVANCE OF TAX INCENTIVES TOWARDS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  1021. THE ROLE OF ECOWAS IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF WEST AFRICA

  1022. THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL RATIOS ON BUSINESS DECISIONS: CASE STUDY OF LISTED BANKS ON THE NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE

  1023. THE ROLE OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FROM 1993 – 2013

  1024. THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ENHANCING FREE AND FAIR ELECTION IN NIGERIA

  1025. THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION

  1026. THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATION SECURITY COUNCIL PLAYED IN THE RESOLUTION OF THE GULF WAR CRISIS OF 1990 – 1991

  1027. THE ROLES PLAYED BY THE GREAT POWERS; STRATEGIES AND INTERESTS AS A LINK TO THE CIVIL WAR

  1028. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATION OF GLOBALIZATION FOR SUB-SAHARA AFRICA

  1029. THE SOURCES OF ARMS PROLIFERATION IN THE REGION

  1030. THE STATUS OF THIRD PARTY INTERVENTION IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN NIGERIA

  1031. THE UN CONVENTION AND THE CHILD RIGHTS ACT HAVE BEEN EFFECTIVELY IMPLEMENTED IN NIGERIA

  1032. A study on the Analyze of the reasons behind America’s creation of the War on Terror

  1033. A STUDY ON UNICEF AND THE CHILD RIGHT ACT IN NIGERIA

  1034. AN ASSESSMENT OF INTERNAL AUDIT OPERATION IN A GOVERNMENT PRASTATAL: A CASESTUDY OF PIPELINES AND PRODUCT MARKETING COMPANY (PPMC)

  1035. AN EMPIRICALLY EVALUATION OF NIGERIA’S ROLE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN AFRICA WITH REFERENCE TO ECOWAS

  1036. AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND FINANCIAL AID ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

  1037. ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORK BY STUDENTS OF AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY

  1038. ASSESS THE ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN NIGHER AND THE UNITED STATES

  1039. ASSESS THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MOBILIZATION IN AFRICA

  1040. ASSESS THE NIGERIA FOREIGN POLICY UNDER MILITARY REGIME, COMPARING GEN. OLUSEGUN OBASANJO (1975 – 1979) WITH GEN, IBRAHIM BABANGIDA (1985 – 1993)

  1041. ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF UN-EMPLOYMENT ON THE INTERNATIONAL IMAGE OF NIGERIA

  1042. ASSESSMENT OF THE BOKO-HARAM INSURGENT GROUP IN NIGERIA AND THE TOTALITY OF GOVERNMENT EFFORTS IN CURBING IT

  1043. ASSESSMENT THE PERFORMANCES OF UNICEF IN THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN

  1044. BUREAUCRATIC FAIRNESS AND PUBLICSERVICES DELIVERY AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF PUBLIC COMPLAINT COMMISSION

  1045. CASH AND CREDIT MANAGEMENT AS A PANACEA FOR ILLIQUIDITY IN COMMERCIAL BANKS IN NIGERIA

  1046. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MORPHOLOGY OF ENGLISH AND YORUBA

  1047. CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN UNITED STATES-AFRICA RELATIONS IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA

  1048. CORRUPTION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

  1049. CASH AND CREDIT MANAGEMENT AS A PANACEA FOR ILLIQUIDITY IN COMMERCIAL BANKS IN NIGERIA

  1050. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA’S POLICE FORCE IN COMBATING CRIME)

  1051. DETERMINANTS OF INFLATION DYNAMICS IN NIGERIA 1995 – 2018

  1052. DETERMINANTS OF INVESTMENT IN THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

  1053. DETERMINATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN SOIL SAMPLES AROUND SELECTED ABUAD POWER GENERATORS

  1054. SOCIAL SUPPORT AND ADHERENCE TO ANTI-RETRO-VIRAL THERAPY AMONG HIV PATIENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT TEACHING HOSPITAL, PORT-HARCOURT, NIGERIA

  1055. EFFECT OF FOAMING AGENTS ON CRUDE OIL SYSTEM

  1056. EFFECT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON THE ECONOMY OF THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES ECONOMIES

  1057. EFFECT OF SECTORAL FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  1058. EFFECTIVE OF AMNESTY PROGRAM IN RESOLVING THE CRISIS IN THE NIGER DELTA

  1059. A SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF QUESTION FORMATION IN ITU MBON USO

  1060. EVALUATION OF ITU MBON USO KINSHIP TERMS USING FRAME SEMANTICS

  1061. EFFECTS OF EXCHANGE RATE ON BALANCE OF PAYMENT IN NIGERIA (1981 – 2017)

  1062. ENGINEERING DESIGN AND PREDICTION OF HYDRATE FORMATION FOR A GAS PIPELINE

  1063. ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT; ITS BENEFITS IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY A CASE STUDY OF IDUMOTA MARKET IN LAGOS ISLAND

  1064. EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF US WAR ON TERROR ON AFGHANISTAN

  1065. EXAMINE HOW THE IBADAN RESIDENTS PERCEVE FRCN NETWORK NEWS

  1066. EXAMINE THE FLAWS IN POLICY OF MONO-CULTURAL ECONOMY AND SOLE DEPENDENCE ON OIL

  1067. EXAMINE THE RESPONSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE TO THE EBOLA CRISIS IN WEST AFRICA

  1068. EXAMINE THE NATURE OF FEDERALISM IN NIGERIA AND THE CHALLENGES OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION

  1069. EXAMINE THE PROBLEM OF FOREIGN AID IN NIGERIA

  1070. EXAMINE THE UNITED STATES ROLE IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN AFRICA

  1071. FOREIGN AID AND NIGERIA’S EXTERNAL RELATIONS 1999-2014

  1072. FORENSIC ACCOUNTANT: A PANACEA TO FRAUD DETECTION (CASE STUDY OF SELECTED QUOTED COMPANIES IN NIGERIA)

  1073. FRAUD CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

  1074. GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SYSTEM

  1075. GLOBALIZATION & YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE AND KOGI STATE

  1076. GOOD LUCK JONATHAN‟S TRANSFORMATION AGENDA AND ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING

  1077. IMPACT OF OBASANJO’S ADMINISTRATION ON THE EXECUTION OF NIGERIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY

  1078. THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON NATIONAL SECURITY: NIGERIA’S PERSPECTIVE

  1079. MARITIME PIRACY AND INSECURITY IN THE GULF OF GUINEA

  1080. MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF A TRAY DRYER USING MATLAB

  1081. MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF TRANESTERIFICATION OF WASTE VEGETABLE OIL (FRYING OIL) IN A BATCH REACTOR

  1082. MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)

  1083. NIGERIA-CHINA RELATIONS: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE ECONOMIC TRADE RELATIONS FROM 1999-2007

  1084. NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY IMPLEMENTATION: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

  1085. NIGERIA’S MEDIATORY ROLE DURING THE LIBERIA CIVIL WAR 1990-2003

  1086. RESPONSE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH TO THE DYNAMICS OF SERVICE SECTOR IN NIGERIA

  1087. ROLES AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF NIGERIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL ORGANISATION: A CASE STUDY OF ECOWAS

  1088. ROLES OF DIPLOMACY IN CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

  1089. E-TAX, A SOLUTION TO TRADITIONAL TAX SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

  1090. THE CHALLENGES OF DOMESTIC TERRORISM ON NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA.

  1091. THE CHALLENGES OF THE PROLIFERATION OF SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS IN NIGERIA

  1092. THE CHALLENGES POSED BY BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY TO NATIONAL SECURITY

  1093. THE CREDIT STANDARD FOR BORROWERS AND COUNTER PARTIES

  1094. THE CRIMINAL BEHAVIORS OF STUDENTS OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS

  1095. THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC) AND THE WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION IN POST OBASANJO ERA

  1096. THE EFFECT OF LENDING RATES ON NIGERIAN BANKS PERFORMANCE

  1097. THE EFFECT OF PAST AND PRESENT PRESIDENTS ON COUNTER-TERRORISM

  1098. THE EFFECTIVE, THE AMNESTY PROGRAM IN RESOLVING THE CRISIS IN THE NIGER DELTA

  1099. THE ILLICIT REMOVAL OF OIL FROM PIPELINES AND OTHER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

  1100. THE IMPACT OF CIVIL SERVANT ORGANIZATION ON NIGERIA POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT. A CASE STUDY OF NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN ILORIN, KWARA.

  1101. THE WAY THE NIGERIAN TAX SYSTEM TO RAIE REVENUE GENERATION IN NIGERIA

  1102. TRANSESTERIFICATION OF WASTE VEGETABLE OIL USING ANTHILL AS CATALYST

  1103. UNILATERALIST APPROACHES TO GLOBAL CHANGES VETO-WIELDING COUNTRIES MILITATES

  1104. AVAILABILITY AND USE OF DIGITAL INFORMATION RESOURCES BY UNDERGRADUATES OF UNIVERSITIES IN DELTA AND EDO STATES, NIGERIA

  1105. ICT and applied linguistics – A project approach

  1106. Contrastive patterns of mental transitivity in English and Spanish: a student-centred corpus-based study

  1107. TPC: An automatically generated comprehensive English-Persian parallel corpus

  1108. Unorthodox Oral Expressions in English Dictionaries, Corpora, Textbooks, and English Language Instructional Materials

  1109. Functional Language Instruction and the Writing Growth of English Language Learners in the Middle Years

  1110. The Student Writing Archive Project: Designing a Searchable Database of Student Writing and Teacher Commentary for English Teacher Preparation Courses

  1111. A Bibliography of American Doctoral Dissertations in Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language: 1968-1974. CAL-ERIC/CLL Series on Languages and Linguistics, No. 44.

  1112. Drawing upon applied linguistics to attain goals in an interdisciplinary chemistry–applied linguistics project

  1113. The Study of the Inconsistency between ESP and General English Course Syllabi for the Persian Literature Major

  1114. Training and discovering corpus-based data driven exercices in english teaching (L2/FL) to native speakers of portuguese (L1)

  1115. CHALLENGES OF ADAPTING ENGLISH MEDIUM INSTRUCTION INTO THE SPANISH UNIVERISTY CURRICULA AND SOME NOVEL SOLUTIONS: TECHENGLISH

  1116. 2L English Texts and Cohesion in upper CEFR Levels: A Corpus-Based Approach

  1117. Developing a Critical Response, Avoiding Plagiarism among Undergraduate Students

  1118. Perspectives in Linguistics.

  1119. Translating instructive texts

  1120. Teacher Educators and Pre-Service English Teachers Creating and Sharing Power Through Critical Dialogue in a Multilingual Setting 12

  1121. Pakani : A Gorwaa story

  1122. The Tunica Language Revitalization Project: Methods, challenges, and data conflict in language recreation

  1123. Learner corpora: The missing link in EAP pedagogy

  1124. Developing Cued Pronunciation Readings for Latter-day Saint Missionaries Learning English

  1125. Chemistry Journal Articles: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Move Analysis with Pedagogical Aims.

  1126. Community Outreach English: Marketing a Community ESL Program

  1127. The Year of the Horse and a Time of Change

  1128. Do ideal ao possível : The Crazy Car Story : um relato interpretativo de um projeto em língua inglesa na educação infantile

  1129. The Effect of Computer-Based Pronunciation Readings on ESL Learners’ Perception and Production of Prosodic Features in a Short-Term ESP Course

  1130. The Development of an ESP Vocabulary Study Guidefor the Utah State Driver Handbook

  1131. Discovering African English through corpora

  1132. Consider the Student: Learner-Centered Methodologies to Impact Students’ Oral English Acquisition and Fluency

  1133. Semantic Shift in Old English and Old Saxon Identity Terms

  1134. TEACHING A SECOND DIALECT AND SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR TESOL.

  1135. [A linguistic analysis of Norwegian medical discourse].

  1136. An Evaluation of Brigham Young University’s Local TESOL Internship Program

  1137. New horizons for contrastive analysis: grammatical prototypes as tertium comparationis

  1138. A STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR BRITISH COUNCIL ELT PROJECT COUNTERPARTS

  1139. Ruqual: A System for Assessing Post-Editing

  1140. College English Teachers Achieving Professional Development Ways under the Background of Socialization of NMET

  1141. TEACHING PROFESSIONALLY FOCUSED INTERACTION IN ENGLISH TO MULTINATIONAL STUDENTS BASED ON METHOD OF PROJECTS

  1142. Creating corpora from spoken legacy materials: variation and change meet corpus linguistics

  1143. Preparing Non-Native English Speakers for the Mathematical Vocabulary in the GRE and GMAT

  1144. THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC: LINGUISTICS IN TRUMPET PEDAGOGY

  1145. Participatory action research for Indigenous linguistics in the digital age

  1146. DEVELOPING ENGLISH READING MATERIAL FOR THE ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROGRAM IN SMK NEGERI BINAAN PROVINSI SUMATERA UTARA MEDAN

  1147. Register in English for Academic Purposes and English for Specific Purposes

  1148. Sociolinguistic variation in English derivational productivity : Studies and methods in diachronic corpus linguistics

  1149. A Humanistic Theoretical Approach to Educational Research on English Language Teaching

  1150. A construction grammar analysis of the transitive be perfect in present-day Canadian English

  1151. A Community-Based Participatory Research Project Involving Latino Families of Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Children

  1152. A Social-Cultural Theoretical Basis of Inter-disciplinary Teaching for English Majors in China Kong Lingyu

  1153. A Philosophy of Interiority: Subjectivity that Leads to Genuine Objectivity

  1154. Comparative Complementizers in Canadian English: Insights from Early Fiction

  1155. An evaluation of the use of voice boards, e-book readers and virtual worlds in a postgraduate distance learning applied linguistics and TESOL programme

  1156. Changing the strategy and culture of stroke awareness education in China: implementing Stroke 1-2-0

  1157. PhD supervision meetings in an English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) setting: linguistic competence and content knowledge as neutralizers of institutional and academic power

  1158. Translating tourism promotional materials: a cultural-conceptual model

  1159. The Design of Specifications for the Development of Broadcast English Materials in Academic Listening/Speaking Courses

  1160. Undergraduate Students Examining Multiple Intelligence Theory through Developing an English Language Curriculum.

  1161. RESEARCHING LEXICAL THRESHOLDS AND LEXICAL PROFILES ACROSS THE COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGES (CEFR) LEVELS ASSESSED IN THE APTIS TEST: N. OWEN, P. SHRESTHA + S. BAX

  1162. Bridging the linguistic and cultural gap between Arabic and English : polysemy and culture-specific expressions in Qur’ān translation

  1163. Feasibility Study on the Application of EAP in General English Teaching of Fujian-Taiwan Cooperation of Universities

  1164. The Development of a Certified Nursing Assistant English for Specific Purposes Curriculum: Teaching Materials and Methods

  1165. Research at the Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, UK

  1166. Acts of killing, acts of meaning:an application of corpus pattern analysis to language of animal-killing

  1167. Corpus Linguistics and the Automatic Analysis of English

  1168. Introduction to the Special Issue on Digital Humanities and Computational Linguistics

  1169. Corpus-based approaches to English language teaching

  1170. Embodied Ethos: Negotiations of Authority, Credibility, and Trust in Roman Republican Coinage and Renaissance Texts

  1171. Grammar and Writing Evaluation Protocol

  1172. The Development of Two Units for Basic Training and Resources for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages : “Teaching Styles and Cultural Differences” and “Understanding Students’ Learning Styles”

  1173. The Profession of English and the Training of Elementary Teachers: A Case of Neglect.

  1174. Investigation into the Peculiarities of Slovak to English Translation on the Basis of Parallel Texts

  1175. Translation of Negative Politeness Strategies from English into Persian: The Case of Novel Translation

  1176. English Language: Description, Variation and Context

  1177. Review of Beyond the Universe of Languages for Specific Purposes : The 21 st Century Perspective

  1178. SeLA – a new project on electronic lexicography

  1179. Insights into human genetic variation and population history from 929 diverse genomes

  1180. The project ImmiGrec: a brief overview

  1181. The Development of Two Units for Basic Training and Resources for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: “Tutoring Guidelines” and “Designing an Overall Plan for a Course”

  1182. Gender Representation in Indonesian Secondary English Language Textbooks

  1183. Marxism without Philosophy and Its Feminist Implications: The Problem of Subjectivity Centered Socialist Projects

  1184. Resurrecting the Dead (Languages): Documenting, archiving, and teaching at the Linguistics Research Center of the University of Texas

  1185. English in Thailand: Genre-based Cohesion Analysis of a Thai ELT Textbook

  1186. Creation and Use of Historical English Corpora in Spain

  1187. The Development of Two Units for Basic Training and Resources for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages : “Developing a Successful Teaching Personality” and “Managing Classes of English Language Learners”

  1188. The Development of Two Units for Basic Training and Resources for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Understanding and Adapting in a New Culture and Teaching Culture

  1189. Multiletramentos e argumentação em um ambiente online: expandindo o ensino de inglês na universidade

  1190. An Interdisciplinary Textbook Project: Charting the Paths Taken

  1191. HyperHamlet: A Database of Quotations from and Allusions to Shakespeare’s Most Famous Tragedy

  1192. A Study of Input in Teaching English for Special Purposes (ESP) Based on Multimodal Discourse

  1193. Introduction to the Special Issue: The Psychology of Teaching and Learning Content and Language

  1194. Bridging the gap between excellent linguistic resources and the capacity of islanders to utilize them for creating meaningful written materials

  1195. Language for special purposes and the research of its vocabulary

  1196. One Teacher Struggles to Integrate EIL Approaches in a Microteaching Class : an Action Research Project

  1197. Collaborative Approach in Teaching and Learning of English as a Second Language

  1198. ` Click and Listen ‘ : A Case Study of the Development of a CALL Package Anne King Department of English Language

  1199. Ronald Carter and Michael McCarthy, Cambridge grammar of English: A comprehensive guide . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. x + 973 pp., optionally with CD-ROM.

  1200. The English Profile Programme – an overview

  1201. Evaluation of Linguistics-Based Translation

  1202. INTERVIEW WITH DR. HALINA SIEROCKA

  1203. Study of English Language Skills of the First Year KDU Undergraduates with Special Reference to Faculty of Management, Social Sciences and Humanities

  1204. Eighteenth-Century Quotation Searches in the Oxford English Dictionary

  1205. Supervisor of the project: E.V. Vinogradova, associate professor of the Chair of Translatology and Interpretation. Information about the sponsor organization: Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University; 9 Kalinin St., Pyatigorsk, Stavropol krai. Topicality of the research: Translating and interpreting c

  1206. Epistemic modality markers in research articles: a cross-linguistic and cross-disciplinary study

  1207. Min(d)ing English language data on the Web : What can Google tell us?

  1208. La frontera y la comunicación: How Language Influences Our Identity

  1209. Clause patterns in modern British English. A corpus-based (quantitative) study

  1210. English witness depositions 1560 – 1760 : An electronic text edition

  1211. Sociolingüística y pragmática del español by Carmen Silva-Corvalán y Andrés Enrique-Arias (review)

  1212. An English for Specific Purposes Curriculum to Prepare English Learners to Become Nursing Assistants

  1213. The difficulties in teaching english to the 4th grade students of elementary school in SDN Gulon 169 Jebres Surakarta

  1214. Assessing the effect of urbanisation on diffuse pollution in English soils

  1215. Introduction: Adaptation reconsidered

  1216. Corpus-based resources for L 1 and L 2 teaching of Czech

  1217. ESP teacher education at the interface of theory and practice: Introducing a model of mediated corpus-based genre analysis

  1218. Non-verbal Communication in Dialogue: Alignment between Eyebrow Raises and Pitch Accents in English

  1219. Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama

  1220. Linking language documentation to community needs: Kaska Language workers and the Kaska On-line Dictionary Project

  1221. The darkening glass: Issues for translation of IFRS

  1222. 500 Essential English Words for ESL Missionaries

  1223. The transformations of linguistic science

  1224. Integration of Transitivity and Psycho-Analyses to Explore Stream of Consciousness Technique to Portray Victorian Age

  1225. TEACHING AND LEARNING FRENCH IN HONG KONG: A CHALLENGING SITUATION

  1226. Ishtla Singh,The history of English: a student’s guide. London: Hodder Arnold, 2005. ISBN: 0-340-80695-8/978-0-340-80695-1

  1227. Understanding the English preposition ‘ at ’ . Semantics and translation from a cognitive perspective

  1228. Reflections on “What is the Nature of English Education?”.

  1229. Analyses The Primary English Material of Chinese Nine Year’ s Compulsory Education (experiment material)

  1230. A classification of the semantic field good and evil in the vocabulary of English

  1231. Some Aspects of the Application of Linguistics to the Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages

  1232. Digitalna obradba rukopisnoga rječnika Vocabolario di tre nobilissimi linguaggi, italiano, illirico, e latino Ivana Tanzlinghera Zanottija (1651.—1732.)

  1233. 2014 – The international year of crystallography in Croatia

  1234. Literacy development with deaf communities using sign language, peer tuition, and learner-generated online content: sustainable educational innovation

  1235. CORPUS LINGUISTICS IN FINLAND: A RESOURCE SURVEY

  1236. Applying the Onion Model to Scaffold Writing Development in Information Systems Courses

  1237. Towards improving learning outcomes for international students: the master of professional accounting embedded literacy project

  1238. É. Kiss (ed.), The evolution of functional left peripheries in Hungarian syntax

  1239. The Year’s Work at the Zombie Research Center ed. by Edward P. Comentale, Aaron Jaffe (review)

  1240. The Use Of Experiential Meanings in the Drink Labels

  1241. The sociolinguistic dimension of CLIL: applying SFL, the socio-cultural theory and the principles of visual literacy on designing a CLIL project to teach Astronomy to EFL students

  1242. Russian Learner Parallel Corpus as a Tool for Translation Studies

  1243. The treatment of phraseology in ELT textbooks

  1244. Modalité épistémique et discours scientifique

  1245. LINGUISTIC CLAIMS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

  1246. New domains and methodologies

  1247. Raiders of the Lost Corpus

  1248. ON THE DESIGN OF A CENTRAL ARCHIVE FOR LEXICOGRAPHY IN ENGLISH *

  1249. Epistolary Formulae in Late Middle English Commercial Correspondence : the Cely Letters

  1250. The cultural politics in Chinese EFL textbooks: A discourse approach

  1251. KIAP – reflexions on a complex corpus

  1252. TESOL Employment Ads in China and South Korea: Personal Characteristics, Knowledge, and Skills Identified in Full-Time Ads Posted for International Instructors

  1253. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics

  1254. What is the language of poetry? Diction, dialect, and speech in nineteenth-century lyric

  1255.  N.B. Baloch’s Contribution towards the History of Sindh: An Analytical Study

  1256. The Effect of GI and Cirt as the Cooperative Techniques on Learners Reading Comprehension at Intermediate Level of Iranian Efl Classrooms

  1257. A Quantitative Corpus Analysis of Word Frequency And Part of Speech in the English Textbooks Used in Senior High Schools in Taiwan

  1258. Translating and Learning the Language of Tourism as LSP: Corpus-based Approaches

  1259. WRITING TO ‘NEGOTIATE’ VERSUS FOR WRITING TO ‘REPORT’ Widhiyanto

  1260. Syllable prominence : An experimental study

  1261.  London region atlas of topsoil geochemistry

  1262. The hitchhiker’s guide to documentation: Communicative practices, cultural competence and proficiency guidelines

  1263. A Contrastive Study of Qualification Devices in Native and Non-Native Argumentative Texts in English.

  1264. The new version of the website “The sounds of catalan”. Goals, improvements, perspectives and impact.

  1265. Capstone EFL Portfolio

  1266. Languages for Specific Purposes in the Digital Era

  1267. A follow-up study of students who completed a course in the teaching of secondary English at Memorial University of Newfoundland between 1962 and 1972

  1268. LEADING BY EXAMPLE: AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF SUBTITLES VIA EBMT

  1269. Joyce’s deplurabel muttertongues : re-examining the multilingualism of Finnegans Wake

  1270. Education, equality, and efficiency – An analysis of Swedish school reforms during the 1990s

  1271. Baseline Data for Arabic Acquisition with Clinical Applications: Collecting Qatari Data

  1272. Inside the “Oxford English Dictionary”

  1273. ‘ Let ’ s keep it informal guys ’ – The Effects of Teacher Communicative Strategies on Student Activity and Collaborative Learning in Internet-based English Courses

  1274. Numerical modeling and analysis of the active magnetic regenerator

  1275. Inhalable particles from pavement wear caused by studded tyres – properties and inflammatory human airway cell: extract from the WearTox project (VTI rapport 520)

  1276. A New Frontier: Emerging Theories in American Sign Language Discourse

  1277. Etude Comparee de l’Enseignement des Langues Vivantes Etrangeres en France et en Australie : Le cas de l’Anglais en France et du Francais en Australie Occidentale au Lycee

  1278. Conservation²: The relationship between Kala language conservation and marine conservation in coastal Papua New Guinea

  1279. A tagging tool for error analysis on learner corpora

  1280. The Role of the Foreign Language Teacher in the Classroom — the Teachers’ Beliefs and Role Behavior versus the Students’ Expectations. (Linguistics)

  1281. Linking Words to Writers : Building a Reliable Corpus for Historical Sociolinguistic Research

  1282. Researching and Writing about Swiss Culture–A Project from a University German Course.

  1283. Developing and Studying the Effectiveness of EFR Annotations for Chinese Language Learners

  1284. Picturing voices, writing thickness : a multimodal approach to translating the Afro-Cuban tales of Lydia Cabrera

  1285. Changing Paradigms. The Project Approach.

  1286. The Development of Two Units for BTR TESOL : “Basic Principles of Second Language Acquisition” and “Communicative Language Teacher and Information Gap Exercises”

  1287. A Hybrid System for Glossary Generation of Feature Film Content for Language Learning

  1288. Building Literature from St’át’imcets Oral Narrative

  1289. Richard Hakluyt’s The Principal Navigations: TCP and the Development of a Critical Edition

  1290. LISTENING SKILL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATING SUBTITLES WITH SCHEMATA ACTIVATION

  1291. THE DIFFICULTIES OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGENGLISH TO THE THIRD GRADE OFSD NEGERI NGORESAN NO. 80SURAKARTA

  1292. Teacher Development: A Necessity in the Algerian Middle School

  1293. The Development of a Literacy Curriculum for Adult Liberian Refugees

  1294. CATS (Center for Alternative Teaching Strategies) — Developing the Humane Society

  1295. Epistolary Formulae in Late Middle English Commercial Correspondence: the Cely Letters

  1296. Preparing Students for Peer Review

  1297. Creolist Michel Degraff: A Profile of Commitment, Advocacy, Excellence, and Hope

  1298. A Perspective of Pitch Variation in Prosodic Phrasing Information on upcoming conferences

  1299. The adventure of international learner corpora: Implications and applications

  1300. Kay Ruth M. Williamson (1935–2005)

  1301. Listening Summary Translation Exam (LSTE)-Spanish. Final Project Report. Revised.

  1302. Philology: The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities

  1303. Appropriate methodology revisited at a time of cross-curricular approaches to language education

  1304. Teaching and learning by doing corpus analysis : proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Teaching and Language Corpora, Graz 19-24 July, 2000

  1305. Teaching and Researching Speaking

  1306. Priming the Interpretation of Noun Compounds: Evidence against Relation-based Models

  1307. “Once and Future” Directions in Language Teaching and Life: An Interview with Marianne Celce-Murcia

  1308. From the Gulf states and beyond : the legacy of Lee Pederson and LAGS

  1309. VISUALIZING ROOTS AND ITINERARIES OF INDIAN OCEANIC CREOLISATIONS : Project for a Museum of the Present Transforming Cultures

  1310. A New Nature: 9 Architectural Conditions Between Liquid and Solid

  1311. Advanced reader of modern Chinese : China’s own critics

  1312. A descriptive study of Javanese

  1313. A Cycle of Learning: Human & Artificial Contextual Vocabulary Acquisition

  1314. Charlie Weasley – She or He?

  1315. A Field of Exciting and Diversified Opportunities: An Interview with Donna Brinton

  1316. Projects: Practical Applications for Teacher Training.

  1317. Word Usage Examples in an Electronic Dictionary

  1318. Serbo-Croatian Words on the Border Between Lexicon and Grammar

  1319. Recent developments in Machine Translation a review of the last five years

  1320. In Their Own Words: Two-Way Immersion Teachers Talk About Their Professional Experiences

  1321. Teaching Second Language Acquisition Courses: Views from New Faculty.

  1322. Are our documentation projects speeding up language change

  1323. Hippolytus’ commentary on the Song of songs in social and critical context [electronic resource]

  1324. UNPACKING L2 WRITING RESPONSES: A CORPUS-BASED STUDY ON TEACHER FEEDBACK TO STUDENT WRITING

  1325. Teachers’ Attitudes to Self-Access Learning.

  1326. Newspaper readings : the U.S.A. in the People’s Daily

  1327. Whole Earth Review

  1328. Comment on “The Power of Print”

  1329. Oral History in Britain

  1330. Czech Language Processing-PoS Tagging-DQ + DMLþ % DUERUD + ODGNi

  1331. Language Socialization in a Multilingual Creole Setting: Changing Practices and Ideologies in Dominica, W.I.

  1332. Conceptual Integration in Sylvia Plath ’ s “ Getting There ”

  1333. Gender-Forschung in der Slawistik

  1334. An American foreign language immersion program, how to

  1335. Are the Current Listening Comprehension Tests Reliable and Valid

  1336. Facilitating Reading Comprehension by Teaching Text Structure: What the Research Shows.

  1337. A dictionary of Buin, a language of Bougainville (review)

  1338. Italian arabic linguistic tools

  1339. Linguistic Method – Essays in Honor of Herbert Penzl

  1340. Linking Language and Content Instruction in the Social Sciences.

  1341. Using Hypertexts / Hypermedia in the Teaching of Phonetics and Phonology

  1342. An Interview with J. Charles Alderson.

  1343. Establishing a Bibliography for Sephardic Studies

  1344. The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey (EMIS): Design and Methods

  1345. Ensino e autoria: Sobre a elaboração de material didático para um curso de produção oral no Programa ISF

  1346. Some Reflections On The Theoretical Discourse On Communications In Quebec and Canada

  1347. Verbal Ambiguity and Judgmental Distortion

  1348. 2: Language Development

  1349. Using Irish Language Corpora in the University Classroom

  1350. Placing the Poem in Translation

  1351. Ancient near Eastern Texts

  1352. Introducción lingüística al diccionario antropológico Ayoreo / Linguistic introduction to the Ayoreo anthropological dictionary

  1353. SynTagRus – a deeply annotated corpus of Russian

  1354. The Rise of Ontologies or the Reinvention of Classification

  1355. The self-promotion of academic textbooks in the preface section: a genre analysis

  1356. Vindication for the Mpakwithi First Nation through Language Revival

  1357. Literacies in the Learning Areas: Silver Anniversary Reflections

  1358. On peculiarities of teaching linear algebra to future IT specialists within the program “Education in english” of the national aviation university

  1359. Languaging about Language in an Interdisciplinary Writing-Intensive Course.

  1360. Popular science concepts and their use in creative metaphors in media discourse

  1361. Foundations in Ethnomathematics for Prospective Elementary Teachers

  1362. The Role of Design in Wearable Computing

  1363. The Politics of Exclusion in Early Renaissance Florence (review)

  1364. Cranioplasty: Indications, Techniques, and Results

  1365. Making Writing Visible at Duke University

  1366. The development of the Gamilaraay, Yuwaalaraay & Yuwaalayaay Dictionary

  1367. Nanoconvergence: The Unity of Nanoscience, Biotechnology, Information Technology and Cognitive Science

  1368. 30 Yan-nhanu language documentation and revitalization

  1369. "Professional Corpora”: Teaching Strategies for Work with Online Documentation, Translation Memories and Content Management

  1370. Tei-conformant Structural Markup of a Trilingual Parallel Corpus in the Eci Multilingual Corpus 1 1. Overview of the Eci Corpus 1.1. Brief History and Acknowledgements

  1371. African-American, Latino, and Hispanic Youth in Service Topic Bibliography

  1372. Multilingual Access to Large Spoken Archives (Invited talk)

  1373. Multilingual access to large spoken archives

  1374. CEDRIC BOECKX and FUMIKAZU NIINUMA CONDITIONS ON AGREEMENT IN JAPANESE

  1375. Houghton Mifflin spelling and vocabulary : words for readers and writers

  1376. Sociolinguistics and Political Economy

  1377. Exploring genre sets : Research article sections in two illustrative humanities and science disciplines

  1378. Operational program, education for competitive advantage”, preparation of study materials for teaching in English

  1379. Factors Affecting the Quality and Efficacy of English Language Teaching In-Service Teacher Education and Training (ELT-INSET): A Case Study of Bangladesh.

  1380. On peculiarities of teaching linear algebra to future IT specialists within the program “Education in english” of the national aviation university

  1381. The Implementation of Project-based Learning Method in Teaching ESP (English for Specific Purposes): Case Study

  1382. Teaching and learning english: adaptation of authentic materials to teach english in primary education

  1383. Outcome assessment of the online English learning and management system: A project on educational technology application to English learning in Taiwanese polytechnic higher education

  1384. Critical environmental education in tertiary English language teaching (ELT): A collaborative digital storytelling project

  1385. Cognitive apprenticeship as a tool for materials development in an EFL teacher education project

  1386. The Humanitarian Project-Based Material for Productive Written Language Skills Subject for English Education Study Program

  1387. Reevaluating the Roles of the Stakeholders in Language Education: How Student Autonomy Is Promoted through Projects in English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) Courses

  1388. Web Quest Technologies for Learning English at University: Opportunities and Prospects

  1389. Multicultural Education in English Teacher’s Books for Young Learners

  1390. Facilitating Access to English and French Patient Education Materials Through the Creation of a Database and Search Interface for Patients and Health Professionals

  1391. English as a foreign language in early childhood through the implementation of art crafts with recycled materials

  1392. An English Language Bridge Course as a Project Outcome

  1393. Examining Performance and Attitudes of TESOL Preservice Teachers and Their English Learners in a Service-Learning Project.

  1394. Negotiating Grasp: Embodied Experience with Three-Dimensional Materials and the Negotiation of Meaning in Early Childhood Education

  1395. The effect of in-service English education on medical professionals’ language proficiency

  1396. Impact of Pharmacist-Led Patient Education in an Ambulatory Cancer Center: A Pilot Quality Improvement Project.

  1397. Teaching our way of life through our language: Materials development for Indigenous immersion education

  1398. Tales and stories: an English teaching method for Children’s Education

  1399. PROJECT BASED LEARNING: STUDY ON VOCATIONAL ENGLISH TO TEACH ENGLISH FOR NON ACADEMICS

  1400. English Language Learners Capstone Portfolio: Mengyu Chen, Fall 2019

  1401. Videoconferencing Tools as Mediating Artefacts in English Language Teacher Development in Challenging Contexts

  1402. Designing English for Vocational Purposes (EVP) in the Context of Merdeka Belajar of Kampus Merdeka

  1403. An Augmented Reality 3D Pop-Up Book: The Development of a Multimedia Project for English Language Teaching

  1404. Multimodality Of Cultural Content In English Coursebooks For Primary Education

  1405. Teaching Oral English In Indonesian EFL Contexts During Globalized Challenging Time

  1406. An Augmented Reality 3 D Pop-Up Book : the Development of a Multimedia Project for English Language Teaching

  1407. TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH OPEN NON-FORMAL EDUCATION (ONFE) IN BANGLADESH WITH AN EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION OF ICT TO SUPPORT LEARNING

  1408. Study on Entrepreneurship Education for Foreign Trade English Majors Based on the CDIO Concept

  1409. Experiences and Countermeasures in a Web-Based English Teaching Project

  1410. Comics in the English classroom: a guide to teaching comics across English studies

  1411. Providing Access to Multilingual Patient Education Materials

  1412. Changing the strategy and culture of stroke awareness education in China: implementing Stroke 1-2-0

  1413. Need Analysis Stage in Reconstructing Syllabus and Developing Teaching Materials for Oracy in Academic Context Subject

  1414. GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLES’ REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH DIRECTORATE OF NON-FORMAL EDUATION PRIMARY AND MASS EDUCATION DIVISION NAME OF THE PROJECT: DEVELOPING LEARNING METHOD AND MATERIALS BASED ON BENGALI PHONEMES

  1415. The Effect of Peer Education on Health Promotion of Iranian Adolescents: A Systematic Review

  1416. Development of Children’s Cultural Awareness in English Teaching Materials

  1417. Thought of English Teaching in the Chinese-foreign Cooperation School Running Project of Higher Vocational Colleges

  1418. Teaching English as a foreign language through songs in Primary Education

  1419. Automotive Professionals English Courses Teaching Reform in Automotive Vocational Education

  1420. The effectiveness of using blog innovation on 6th Grade EFL students’ learning students’ vocabulary and motivation to explain English text in Jordan

  1421. Sino-Foreign Cooperation in Education: An Effective Approach for the Transformation and Development of Local Universities

  1422. Reflection on Teachers’ Personal and Professional Growth Through a Materials Development Seminar Reflexión sobre el desarrollo profesional y personal de los profesores a través de un seminario en desarrollo de materiales *

  1423. The Analysis of Interlingual and Intralingual Interference in Children’s Literature Translation Project

  1424. Teacher-developed materials for the integration of content and language: An action research project in Argentina

  1425. SYNERGY OF MULTILINGUALISM AND MULTICULTURALISM FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERNATIONALIZATION OF HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

  1426. Improving the Quality of International Education through ECVET Units

  1427. Project-based learning in teaching English : project-based learning in teaching English as a foreign language

  1428. Reflections on “What is the Nature of English Education?”.

  1429. RECONSTRUCTING PERSONAL TEACHING METAPHORS IN A BRAZILIAN TEACHER INITIATION PROJECT

  1430. Enhancing large-class teaching: a systematic comparison of rich-media materials

  1431. Engaging Student Teachers in Collaborative and Reflective Online Video-Assisted Extensive Listening in an Indonesian Initial Teacher Education ( ITE ) Context

  1432. ‘ICT-Periodism’ in the Classroom: Lessons Learnt from English in Action

  1433. An evaluation of cultural contents and activities in the general English textbook

  1434. Critical literacy in the english language classroom

  1435. Business English in Slovenian Tertiary Education

  1436. DESCRIPTION OF A MODEL FOR LESSON PLANNING ON PEACE EDUCATION IN TEACHER TRAINING

  1437. Health Care Engagement of Limited English Proficient Latino Families: Lessons Learned from Advisory Board Development

  1438. Challenges of adapting English médium instruction into the Spanish university curricula and some novel solutions

  1439. CHALLENGES OF ADAPTING ENGLISH MEDIUM INSTRUCTION INTO THE SPANISH UNIVERSITY CURRICULA AND SOME NOVEL SOLUTIONS: TECH-ENGLISH

  1440. BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSES ONLINE SUPPORT

  1441. Bridging Primary Programming and Mathematics: Some Findings of Design Research in England

  1442. Task-based learning and content and language integrated learning materials design: process and product

  1443. MULTILINGUALITY AND THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH IN INDIA

  1444. Tackling health literacy: adaptation of public hypertension educational materials for an Indo-Asian population in Canada

  1445. Empowering Students’ Creativity in Creating Students’ Worksheets Using Authentic Materials

  1446. Multimodality of cultural content in ELT materials for young learners.

  1447. Collaborative online projects for English language learners in science

  1448. Integrating cross-curricular teaching and CALL is feasible: an intervention project in Primary Education

  1449. THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH IN INDIA

  1450. Assistive Technology and Education Laboratory for Individuals with Visual Disabilities (GETEM)

  1451. MULTIMEDIA PROJECT “CULTURE AND TRADITIONS OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE TARGET LANGUAGE”

  1452. Effectiveness of Strategies for Student Input to Strengthen the Development of Writing Skills in English

  1453. Making On-line Science Course Materials Easily Translatable and Accessible Worldwide: Challenges and Solutions

  1454. Teaching English vocabulary through the communicative approach at elementary level using little real objects in the Técnico Humanístico Mariscal José Ballivián “A” school

  1455. Embedding English Language in an Accounting Subject: A Case of Interactive Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Learning

  1456. CRITICAL LITERACY IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM (O letramento crítico na aula de língua inglesa)

  1457. Multilingual and multimodal mediation in one university module: The people and processes involved

  1458. Recognising poor black youth from rural communities in South Africa as epistemic contributors

  1459. Teacher Professional Development Using Mobile Technologies in a Large-Scale Project: Lessons Learned from Bangladesh

  1460. English and Vocational Integration Developing Communicative Competence

  1461. Teaching english through grammar games in high school (young adults)

  1462. Practice of setting up selective courses of college English

  1463. DESIGNING NEEDS ANALYSIS-BASED-ENGLISH TRAINING MATERIALS FOR TOURIST DRIVERS AS A MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICE IN YOGYAKARTA

  1464. INTEGRATION OF TRAFFIC EDUCATION INTO ENGLISH LESSONS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

  1465. PROGRAM TO EXTEND CURRICULUM MATERIALS IN ENGLISH FOR THE ABLE TO A WIDER STUDENT GROUP. FINAL REPORT.

  1466. Teaching Advanced Skills in English Studies: The Work of the Speak‐Write Project

  1467. NEW MATERIALS FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH, THE ENGLISH PROGRAM OF THE USOE.

  1468. Probe into the English Teaching Methods for Vocational Higher Education——Investigation and Thoughts

  1469. A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY, SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO PROMOTING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT, RETENTION AND ACHIEVEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION

  1470. Diario visual como una simbiosis de expresión artística entre imágenes y texto: material didáctico aplicado al ámbito educativo

  1471. Project LEAP: Learning English-for-Academic-Purposes. Training Manual Year Three.

  1472. A Bibliography of American Doctoral Dissertations in Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language: 1968-1974. CAL-ERIC/CLL Series on Languages and Linguistics, No. 44.

  1473. On Rewriting the English Teaching Material of Vocational Colleges

  1474. Virtual Dialogues with Rudolf Diesel: A Sample of Teaching/Learning Materials for Beginners in Marine Engineering

  1475. ‘Am I doing it right?’ Conceptualizing the practice of supervising master’s dissertation students

  1476. Distance Language Education

  1477. Cooperate, Preserve, Share: Improving access to primary source materials from Africa

  1478. An action research study of promoting students’ confidence in speaking English

  1479. EVALUATION OF ELT MATERIALS FOR YOUNG LEARNERS:COURSE-BOOKS AS CULTURAL ARTEFACTS

  1480. Improving student learning via mobile phone video content: Evidence from the Bridge IT India project

  1481. ELT Materials for Very Young Learners. A Teacher’s Perspective on Selection, Implementation and Evaluation

  1482. English as a Second Language for Job Training and Employment: Special Demonstration Project.

  1483. 2013 International Cancer Education Conference Proceedings

  1484. Learner corpora: The missing link in EAP pedagogy

  1485. Activating learning using multilingual CALL lexical resources: A regional culture-oriented multilingual visual dictionary project

  1486. Providing web-based multilingual lexical learning materials with aregional culture oriented focus

  1487. Early Childhood Play With Reclaimed Resources: Potential Benefits for Young Children

  1488. Developing bilingual patient education materials. Problems and solutions.

  1489. The ALLES Project (Advanced Long-distance Language Education System)

  1490. Publishing research in the international context: An analysis of Spanish scholars’ academic writing needs in the social sciences

  1491. The Establishment of a TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) College in Kabul in Afghanistan

  1492. (Re)educating the senses to multicultural communities: prospective teachers using digital media and sonic cartography to listen for culture

  1493. Culturally relevant nutrition education improves dietary quality among WIC-eligible Vietnamese immigrants.

  1494. Cross‐Cultural Inter-professional Faculty Development in Japan: Results of an Integrated Workshop for Clinical Teachers☆,☆☆

  1495. The Humanities Curriculum Project

  1496. From apprentice to performer: using vodcasts to bring English teaching into the tertiary classroom

  1497. Linking Instructional Intervention and Professional Development: Usingthe Ideas behind Puente High School English to Inform Educational Policy

  1498. Contextualizing a University-School STEM Education Collaboration

  1499. Faculty Development by Design: Integrating Technology in Higher Education

  1500. Female students’ interactions in a middle school engineering project: a case study

  1501. Introducing French Creole as a language of instruction in education in St. Lucia

  1502. DEVELOPING READING MATERIAL THROUGH PBL STRATEGY USING MASH FOR MENTALLY RETARDED STUDENTS AT SLB NEGERI CERME

  1503. Bridging the Language Divide: An Innovative Teaching Project to Help International Students from China in Learning Business Law Subjects

  1504. Developing a Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages

  1505. NCTT – NetAcad Curricula Translation Tool: Community Based Translation of E-Learning Materials

  1506. Development of interactive multimedia training materials to train beef packing plant workers in the identification and removal of specified risk materials.

  1507. Learning European history and geography in a multicultural and ICT perspective

  1508. 21st Century English Teacher as Course Designer

  1509. Designing and Implementing WebCT-Based Courses Online: Distance English Language Teacher Training Program (DELTT) Model

  1510. Incorporating an affective ambiance and authentic language to improve English teaching in Japan

  1511. The necessity of using a coursebook for young learners in teaching English

  1512. On the Reform of College English Teaching at Higher Vocational Technical Schools

  1513. COMMUNITY BASED TRANSLATION OF ELEARNING MATERIALS

  1514. An Evaluation of Effective Communication Skills Coursebook

  1515. An Inter-generational Approach to the English Language Usage.

  1516. Delivering LIS education into Viet Nam: A narrative of teaching, interpreting, and translating

  1517. Barriers to Immigrant Use of Financial Services: The Role of Language Skills, U.S. Experience, and Return Migration Expectations

  1518. Computer-assisted learning for school pupils of history, French and english in the UK

  1519. Expanding Economic and Industrial Understanding through History and Technology in an English Primary School

  1520. An Intergenerational Approach to the English Language Usage.

  1521. An Interdisciplinary English/Health Connection: Promoting Health Awareness and Healthy Behaviors.

  1522. Una fotografía de las cogniciones de un grupo de docentes de inglés de secundaria acerca de la enseñanza y aprendizaje del idioma en establecimientos educacionales públicos de Chile

  1523. Literacy and disadvantage: learners’ achievements in the early primary school years

  1524. Developing main language instruction. Developments in The Molteno Project – Literacy, language and educator development

  1525. Supporting the needs of young adult refugee students through narrative texts

  1526. Illustrating the Intercultural in Portuguese Secondary School Foreign Language (FL) Classrooms

  1527. The Space Weather Monitor Project: bringing hands-on science to students of the developing world for the IHY2007

  1528. The Effect of Two Church-based Interventions on Breast Cancer Screening Rates Among Medicaid-Insured Latinas

  1529. Digital Textbook for Vocationally-Oriented Informative Reading in the Research University

  1530. An Evaluation of Family Literacy Bags as a Vehicle for Parent Involvement

  1531. Integrating the Language Arts and Mathematics in Teacher Education

  1532. How to Build an American Classroom Environment in a Chinese Engineering College

  1533. Utilization of e-learning at Universitas Siswa Bangsa International: Issues and challenges

  1534. Adopting a Learner-Centered Methodology at Sultan Qaboos University

  1535. Moscow Materials: useful habits

  1536. Education in methodology for health care–EuroMISE.

  1537. Toward a society where everyone is always studying: access at an elite Chilean research university

  1538. Australian JFL Teacher Reflections on Foreign Language Activities in Japanese Primary Schools

  1539. A Bibliography of Navajo and native American teaching materials = Diné k’éeji naaltsoos bee nida’nitínígíí

  1540. Exploring three approaches to offer distance learning courses through a social network of health researchers in three African countries

  1541. BERMAIN DAN BELAJAR BAHASA INGGRIS BERBASIS PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER

  1542. Progress and Challenges Continuing Teacher Professional Development Through Lesson Study in Indonesia

  1543. The Problem with Transition in Technology Education: A Scottish Perspective

  1544. Experiencing a Change Process in ELT in West Bengal

  1545. Epics: A Model Of Service Learning In An Engineering Curriculum

  1546. Educandas do PEJA em: conversas sobre a língua inglesa e sua influência no cotidiano

  1547. The Radio Language Arts Project: adapting the radio mathematics model.

  1548. Promoting education, advocacy and support: the Canadian experience

  1549. Promoting cancer screening among Ontario Chinese women.

  1550. Datalogging in science

  1551. Çok Kültürlü Bir Avrupa İçin Tarih ve Sosyal Bilgiler Eğitimi (Teaching history and social studies for multicultural Europe)

  1552. Making Science Simulations and Websites Easily Translatable and Available Worldwide : Challenges and Solutions

  1553. Education of a lifetime

  1554. Walking lightly on the planet: a curriculum enrichment for the Pinelands Science Unit of the Cherry Hill Environmental Education Residency Program on Pinelands ecology

  1555. Improving State Administered Adult Education Services in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Final Report, Fiscal Year 1975.

  1556. E-Mail as a Resource in Teacher Education.

  1557. Networking hospital infection control in 10 countries in Southeast Europe

  1558. Making Native-Language Policy in Ontario in the 1980s

  1559. Diaspora in the Countryside: Two Mennonite Communities and Mid-Twentieth-Century Rural Disjuncture (review)

  1560. Reproduction of Gender Stereotypes in Teaching (design avýchodiska výzkumu)

  1561. The CPV Video Study: analysing teaching and learning in Czechlower-secondary classes

  1562. Public health training and research collaboration in South Eastern Europe.

  1563. INSIDE STORIES: STORIES WITHIN Personal Narrative in the Classroom SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING DEGREE AT THE SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAINING BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT

  1564. The thick end of the wedge

  1565. Lexical aspects of CLIL: Experience from selecting relevant vocabulary

  1566. Training-of-trainers in rural Zimbabwe.

  1567. Computer Braille in the Atlanta School System

  1568. Online Simulations in Academic Writing Class

  1569. Staff Training: Developing ESL Teaching Skills.

  1570. Distance Learning between German and Japanese School Classes Based on a Real Time Video Conference Environment.

  1571. There back again in Coachella Valley: A multimedia presentation on historical sites in the Coachella Valley

  1572. Towards Learner Autonomy in the Teaching of Writing: A UWI Study

  1573. The thick end of the wedge: encouraging autonomous learning by advanced-level ESL university students

  1574. Meta-linguistic Awareness Revisited: Its Contribution to the Child’s Appropriation of Form.

  1575. Multilingual open-content signal processing laboratories in Connexions

  1576. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VIRTUAL EXHIBITION PROJECT IN ENGLISH FOR TOURISM CLASS FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

  1577. THE ASSESSMENT OF USING SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING ENGLISH IN HIGH SCHOOLS IN GJILAN

  1578. Evaluating English for Children’s Program by Applying Project Approach conducted at English Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty, University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Banten

  1579. Blending Humour and Animation in English Learning for Students of English Education Programs in Universities

  1580. Television: A Viable Channel for Educating Adults in Culturally Different Poverty Groups?–A Literature Review.

  1581. Jürgen Habermas: An International Bibliography

  1582. THE INTEGRATION OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL) IN EDUCATION 4.0 TOWARD EFL STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

  1583. Teaching Translation for Electric Power English From the Perspective of Relevance Theory: Belt and Road Initiative and Electric Power Education

  1584. DIGITAL GAME PROJECT FOR TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS (TEYL)

  1585. STUDENTS PROBLEMS IN WRITING RESEARCH PROPOSAL : A CASE STUDY OF THE FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT, STATE INSTITUTE FOR ISLAMIC STUDIES SUNAN AMPEL SURABAYA

  1586. MITRE Technology in Education Project. An English Writing Lab at the Springfield High School of Commerce

  1587. Effective Strategies for Developing Academic English: Professional Development and Language Outcome of Chinese-Foreign Cooperative Education

  1588. Project-Based Learning (PBL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL): A Perfect Alliance to Foster Employability

  1589. IMPROVING CLASSROOM MATERIALS DESIGN FOR VOCATIONAL ENGLISH TEACHERS AT SAMPANG VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS

  1590. Pre-Service Teachers’ Innovation on English Activity Designs and Materials for Young Learners

  1591. SEEING THROUGH TEXTS: DEVELOPING DISCOURSE-BASED MATERIALS IN TEACHER EDUCATION

  1592. Prospective English Teachers Learn to Respond to Diversity in Students’ Writing through the Student Writing Archive Project (SWAP)

  1593. Considerations on school-based teaching material development of”International Business English”project course mode of higher vocational education

  1594. Teaching English in the industry 4.0 and disruption era: Early lessons from the implementation of SMELT I 4.0 DE in a senior high lab school class

  1595. The role of English as a Lingua Franca in European projects: The case of the RSGAE project

  1596. Bring on the Machines: Could Machine Learning Improve the Quality of Patient Education Materials? A Systematic Search and Rapid Review.

  1597. Personal Finance Education at English Schools

  1598. Language usage in everyday life and in education: current attitudes towards English in Tanzania

  1599. Online Radio: A R & D Project in higher education

  1600. A Model of Research Paper Writing Instructional Materials for Academic Writing Course: “Needs & Documents Analysis and Model Design”.

  1601. Using mobile phones in English education in Japan

  1602. An Education in Comfort: Indian Textiles and the Remaking of English Homes over the Long Eighteenth Century

  1603. Using corpora for english language teaching and learning

  1604. Electronic Educational Environment Moodle in English Language Training

  1605. English as Medium of Instruction for Subject Courses in Tertiary Education: Lessons Learned from Thai Undergraduate Students

  1606. Diabetes Education Tailored Towards English Speaking Caribbean Immigrants

  1607. Computer-based education and the teaching of English for specific purposes: Report on a project in progress

  1608. Competition, innovation and diversity in higher education: dominant discourses, paradoxes and resistance

  1609. Project DIS-IMPACT: Drug information in English and Spanish to improve patient preparation before colonoscopy.

  1610. ELF AWARENESS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION IN ITALY: ATTITUDES AND ACTIONS

  1611. High-Impact Practices in Materials Science Education: Student Research Internships Leading to Pedagogical Innovation in STEM Laboratory Learning Activities

  1612. English as a lingua franca in the Vietnamese hotel industry: Communicative strategies and their implications for vocational education

  1613. Action Research in English for Specific Purposes: English Language for the Medical Students in Bangladesh

  1614. Building a Curriculum for the English Language Learning Program at a New University

  1615. Extending the collaborative potential of english teaching and learning.

  1616. English for Occupational Purposes Curriculum and Course Design for Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

  1617. Video Feature Making in ESP- Based Public Speaking Class: A Student-Centred Learning in Vocational Higher Education Context

  1618. Improving the Performance of English Language-Learners: A Teaching Innovation Project at University Level

  1619. Using DOTS Materials for the Professional Development of English Teachers in Turkey: Teachers’ Views

  1620. Enacting the Curriculum in English for Academic Purposes: A Legitimation Code Theory Analysis

  1621. Using Internet-based Cooperative Learning Projects to Reduce Class Size and Improve English Education

  1622. An investigation of the concept of critical thinking in the context of a functional English course in a BEd Degree in Pakistan

  1623. UTILIZATION OF A SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM TO DEVELOP CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMMING FOR PROMOTING NURSING PRACTICE IN CAMBODIA

  1624. A University Foreign Language Curriculum for Pre-Service Non-Language Subject Teacher Education

  1625. National cancer institute’s ethnic and low literacy nutrition education project

  1626. Exploration of a new approach for designing online English language learning materials: A case study in supporting the academic reading of international masters degree students in a British university

  1627. Development of EFL Teacher Training Materials: Lessons from Co-ordinating a Multilateral Project

  1628. Computational Science Education Project

  1629. Project Approach Applied in Business English Letters and Documents

  1630. Understanding reading in English: an analysis of students’ project work

  1631. Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in Tanzania through improved English language teaching and educational management skills

  1632. ENGLISH SPEAKING LEARNING MANAGEMENT CONDUCTED BY NON-NATIVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM IN SEMARANG REGENCY

  1633. The Levels of English Language Acquisition on the Basis of Problem-solving and Product-oriented Tasks in the Multiligual Social Medium

  1634. The Global Girls Project: A Case Study of Ethics and Education in the Field

  1635. Catapulting into STEM education: female students’ interactions within a middle school engineering project

  1636. Addressing Health Disparities Through Patient Education: The Development of Culturally-Tailored Health Education Materials at Puentes de Salud

  1637. Communicative Competence in the 21st Century : Issues in Japan’s University English Language Education

  1638. A pedagogical Evaluation of textbooks used in Mexico’s National English Program in Basic Education.

  1639. Integrating Corporate Social Media Communication into the English Language Curricula

  1640. Research about Bilingual Education Issues in Business Intelligence Teaching

  1641. New Education beyond the school: Rosemarie Benjamin’s Theatre for Children, 1937-1957

  1642. Chinese female immigrants English-speaking ability and breast and cervical cancer early detection practices in the New York metropolitan area.

  1643. Plurilingualism vs the English only argument – Swedish EFL teachers’ interpretations of a complex syllabus

  1644. An Evaluation of the Second Intermediate Saudi English Language Textbook from the Teachers’ Point of View

  1645. Providing Potential for Progress: Learning Support for Students with Special Educational Needs

  1646. Extensive Reading: A Pilot Project to Change Students’ Perception on Reading

  1647. DEVELOPING EAP MATERIALS USING GROUP INVESTIGATION STRATEGY FOR AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT AT UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH GRESIK

  1648. Communication Channel Between Teachers and Students in Chemistry Education: WhatsApp

  1649. Women with physical disability in pregnancy resident education: a national survey as a needs assessment for curriculum improvement in obstetrics and gynaecology in Canada

  1650. English Language Teaching Textbooks: Content, Consumption, and Production

  1651. English as the lingual franca of engineering education

  1652. A Quasi-Experimental Study of the Classroom Practices of English Language Teachers and the English Language Proficiency of Students, in Primary and Secondary Schools in Bangladesh

  1653. Pelatihan English Job Interview Bagi Komunitas Jember Banget Menggunakan Media Pembelajaran Video Tutorial1

  1654. EFFECTIVENESS OF LANGUAGE LABORATORY IN LEARNING ENGLISH

  1655. LANGUAGE IN PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION STRUCTURE IN THE AVIATION STAFF OF HIGHER EDUCATION

  1656. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Development of Turkish Pre-service Teachers of English

  1657. Summaria in EngliSh

  1658. Impact on Dental Economics and Dental Healthcare Utilization in COVID-19: An Exploratory Study

  1659. An e-project-based approach to ESP learning in an ICT curriculum in higher education

  1660. Pen Pals Are Now in Your Finger Tips— A Global Collaboration Online Project to Develop Writing Skills

  1661. Effects of English Language on National Development

  1662. The implementation of education unit level curriculum on english teaching and learning process to the 1st grade students in SLTP N 3 Colomadu, Karanganyar

  1663. DO EFL TEACHING AND MONITORING PRACTICES MATCH THE CURRICULAR PRINCIPLES? INSIGHTS INTO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ELT CURRICULUM IN THE 2ND GRADES

  1664. Accent in Digital Humanities and Language Studies: The Case in Hong Kong

  1665. CONSTRUCTING ICT COMPETENCE OF PRE-SERVICE EFL TEACHERS THROUGH BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH

  1666. Exploration of College English Teaching Reform in Application-oriented Universities

  1667. Teaching Physics in English: A Continuing Professional Development for Non-Native English-Speaking Teachers in Thailand

  1668. Legal English Through Movies: Development of Professional Communicative Competence

  1669. FEATURES OF TEACHING TECHNICAL ENGLISH

  1670. The teaching learning process through sign language for english teachers at “primero de abril” high school during the academic cycle april-august 2015

  1671. Students’ experiences and challenges of learning English grammar through flipped classroom and gamification

  1672. English for Specific Academic Purposes: The Need for ICT and Reconstruction

  1673. Bilingual Cancer Genetic Education Modules for the Deaf Community: Development and Evaluation of the Online Video Material

  1674. Campus in English or campus in shock?

  1675. UNDERWRITTEN BY THE COMMITTEE FOR COOPERATION ON ENGLISH IN JAPAN AND CONDUCTED IN COOPERATION WITH THE FULBRIGHT PROGRAM IN JAPAN AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION

  1676. Computing Education: An Overview of Research in the Field

  1677. An integrated, project-based, introductory course in calculus, physics, English, and engineering

  1678. EAP education in Iran: Where does the problem lie? Where are we heading?

  1679. Promoting CLT within a Computer Assisted Learning Environment: A Survey of the Communicative English Course of FLTC

  1680. AN engineering English learning program on a campus LAN

  1681. Designing a materials development course for EFL student teachers: principles and pitfalls

  1682. Issues in the Implementation of Bilingual Education in Vietnam

  1683. Young adult literature and its role in the English classroom

  1684. Kotoba Rollers ” walkthrough : Board games , TBLT , and player progression in a university EFL classroom

  1685. Values Education and Curriculum Materials: Why did Music Miss Out?

  1686. Developing reading skills in English for agricultural purposes

  1687. Online Learning Tools for Middle School Science: Lessons Learned from a Design-Based Research Project

  1688. Analyses The Primary English Material of Chinese Nine Year’ s Compulsory Education (experiment material)

  1689. Building an evolving method and materials for teaching legal writing in large classes

  1690. CREATING INNOVATIVE PRODUCT IN FINANCIAL ENGLISH

  1691. Russian practice of English language teaching in e-learning Management system in universities of Economics (MESI and pruoe)

  1692. FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE: A CHALLENGE IN HEALTHCARE EDUCATION AND PRACTICE

  1693. The multimedia computer for low-literacy patient education: a pilot project of cancer risk perceptions.

  1694. Lights, camera…English!! : material design for an english teaching module based on film

  1695. Content and language integrated learning in OpenSimulator project. Results of a pilot implementation in Greece

  1696. SPIRE Project: Parental Involvement in Young Children’s ESL Reading Development

  1697. Old English Composition: Literacy and the History of English in the United States

  1698. Testing the Water: Implementing a Soft CLIL Approach for Future Global Engineers at a Japanese University

  1699. International Perspectives on Materials in ELT

  1700. Modern Methods for Management of Large-Scale Open Digital Resources Development

  1701. Maker Education: The STEAM Playground

  1702. Practicing Multicultural Education in the English Classroom: Teaching Secondary Level English

  1703. The Effectiveness of Michigan Migrant Primary Interdisciplinary Project (MMPIP) Curricula in Helping Children with English Language Problems.

  1704. English, Business and Finance

  1705. Navigating Uncharted Waters: An Accelerated Content-Based English for Academic Purposes Program.

  1706. PATIENTS’ PERCEPTION REGARDING THE ATTRIBUTES OF DOCTORS SERVING IN A GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS

  1707. THE IMPORTANCE OF ESP MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS

  1708. Moving Forward with Unified English Braille in the United States

  1709. Preparation of video lectures for distance education

  1710. Spinal Cord Essentials: the development of an individualized, handout-based patient and family education initiative for people with spinal cord injury

  1711. Education policy mediation: Principals’ work with mandated literacy assessment

  1712. Teaching Refugee Learners with Interrupted Education in Science: Vocabulary, literacy and pedagogy

  1713. Transforming English language learning in rural classrooms: OERs, mobile technologies and scale

  1714. A hypermedia project for EAP students. Interactive materials in a virtual learning environment

  1715. An Experienced Teacher’s Use of the Textbook on an Academic English Course: A Case Study

  1716. Spatial and Material Relationships in Teaching and Learning English

  1717. Theoretical Foundations of EAP as an Independent Course in Chinese Tertiary Education

  1718. Increasing Students’ Academic Involvement: Chilean Teacher Engagement with Learners in Blended English as a Foreign Language Courses.

  1719. Corpus-based approaches to English language teaching

  1720. Promoting Peaceful Co-Existence and Religious Tolerance through Supplementary Readers and Reading Comprehension Passages in Basic Education Curriculum

  1721. From English Language Arts Teacher to Literacy Expert: Re-imagining Our Roles

  1722. THE RELEVANCY OF ENGLISH IN CONTEXT FOR SMA/MA STUDENT YEAR ONE TEXTBOOK TO THE CURRICULUM USED

  1723. Raising intercultural awareness through speaking tasks in fifth graders classroom project

  1724. Web 2.0-Based E-Learning: A Probe into the Application of Online Social Networking in College Freshman English Curriculum

  1725. The Problems and The Solutions to The Problems Related to The Teacher’s Factors and The Student’s Factors in Teaching and Learning English to The 8th Grade Students of SMP Walisongo Karangmalang-Sragen

  1726. Feasibility of Building Bridges Between School and Homes in Developing ESL Literacy: The SPIRE Project

  1727. China English, at home and in the world

  1728. ESP teacher education at the interface of theory and practice: Introducing a model of mediated corpus-based genre analysis

  1729. Satellite-delivered medical education and training for Central Europe: a TEMPUS project

  1730. Meta-analysis of organizational skills interventions for children and adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

  1731. Identification of Learning Barriers Affecting English Reading Comprehension Instruction, as Perceived by ESL Undergraduates in Thailand

  1732. Tribal Folklore as ELT Material for First-Generation Learners.

  1733. Content and language integrated learning as dynamic bilingual education in two state schools

  1734. The Role of Adult Education and English Language Education in Nation-Building: A Case Study of the Emmanuel Bible Institute of Oradea, Romania

  1735. Peer Teaching and Learner-Generated Materials: Introducing Students to New Roles

  1736. An Electronic Resource for Service-Learning: A Collaborative Project between Higher Education and a State Department of Education.

  1737. Small Groups in a Social Learning MOOC (slMOOC): Strategies for Fostering Learning and Knowledge Creation

  1738. An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Reform Mathematics Curricula Analyzed by Ethnicity, Socio-Economic Status, and Limited English Proficiency

  1739. Conservative government and support for the religious institution: religious education in English schools

  1740. Connecting CALL Theory and Practice in Pre-service Teacher Education and Beyond: Processes and Products

  1741. Top-Down and Bottom-Up: Teachers as Policy Advocates in the Michigan English Language Arts Frameworks Project.

  1742. Designing and Implementing an Innovative Problem-Based Teacher Education Course

  1743. Exploring student teachers’ capacity for creativity through the interdisciplinary use of comics in the primary classroom

  1744. Genre Based Pedagogy. The Use of Literature in EFL Education at Upper Primary and Secondary Level in Iceland

  1745. One Teacher Struggles to Integrate EIL Approaches in a Microteaching Class : an Action Research Project

  1746. Current developments in English for academic and specific purposes in developing, emerging and least-developed countries

  1747. Measuring ESL Students’ Awareness of Reading Strategies

  1748. Extensive reading in primary school EFL

  1749. An Appropriate Education for Handicapped Children of Limited English Proficiency. Special Education in America: Its Legal and Governmental Foundations Series.

  1750. IMPROVING STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY THROUGH PROJECT WORK

  1751. ASSESSING MULTILINGUAL COMPETENCE BASING ON HOLISTIC APPROACH

  1752. Modernized teaching material and methodology for road safety educators

  1753. THE MAJOR PROJECT OF EDUCATION Summary

  1754. Challenges of speaking English in Bangladeshi classrooms

  1755. Using mobile phones in education

  1756. Genre Based Pedagogy. The Use of Literature in EFL Education at Upper Primary and Secondary Level in Iceland

  1757. Making News: A Successful Example of Project-Based Learning

  1758. The assessment of the English ability of young learners in Norwegian schools: an innovative approach

  1759. Learning Community Approach in the Primary Education: Learning about Bullying through a Foreign Language

  1760. Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis from a Realist Perspective

  1761. THE CONFORMITY OF TEACHING MATERIAL EXPLORATION TO BASIC COMPETENCE IN THE SYLLABUS FOR YEAR ELEVEN OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SEMESTER 2 MADE BY SIXTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT OF SEMARANG STATE UNIVERSITY

  1762. THE PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN ENGLISH TEACHING OF SECOND GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 12 SURAKARTA

  1763. Teachers’ Challenges on Implementing EFL Curriculum in Indonesian Rural Area

  1764. Undergraduate module on nutrition education and communication for Africa: Profiles of potential students

  1765. Research skills development in higher education students

  1766. Learning communities approach in the primary education: Learning about bullying in the FL class

  1767. Implementation fidelity of MyTeachingPartner literacy and language activities: Association with preschoolers’ language and literacy growth.

  1768. A study of personal digital assistants to enhance undergraduate clinical nursing education.

  1769. PERANCANGAN DAN PEMBUATAN APLIKASI EDUCATION GAME UNTUK PENGAJARAN BAHASA INGGRIS PADA ANAK SEKOLAH DASAR (SD)

  1770. THE SPELLING PROJECT

  1771. English for today, for classes 9-10 : an empirical study

  1772. The Efficacy of Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) in Mathematics Instruction on English Language Learner Students

  1773. Enhancing teacher professional development using mobile technologies in a large-scale project: a case study of Bangladesh

  1774. Exploration and Practice on Innovative Education of Sino-Australian Cooperation

  1775. Catholic Education in Trinidad and Tobago: The Twentieth Century

  1776. What’s occurring? The what, why, when and how of research capacity building in a modest pilot project with EAL learners and science

  1777. So you say you want a revolution? English and literacy educators shaping digital futures

  1778. Video conferencing and multi-modal expression of voice: Children’s conversations using Skype for second language development in a tele-collaborative setting

  1779. From Deaf Literacy to Deaf Multiliteracies:an ethnographic approach to learning, teaching and researching with young deaf adults in Ghana and Uganda.

  1780. English Letters and Indian Literacies: Reading, Writing, and New England Missionary Schools, 1750-1830

  1781. Writing and Rhetoric And/as Post-human Practice

  1782. Creative Failures in Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy

  1783. Education and Development of Traditional Health Practitioners in isiZulu to Promote their Collaboration with Public Health Care Workers

  1784. Education and Development of Traditional Health Practitioners in isiZulu to Promote their Collaboration with Public Health Care Workers

  1785. Self‐organized learning environments and the future of student‐centered education

  1786. Meeting the Literacy Development Needs of Adolescent English Language Learners through Content-Area Learning. Part Two: Focus on Classroom Teaching and Learning Strategies.

  1787. Being a Proud Academic Dinosaur: My Career in the Foundations of Education.

  1788. ‘You got a pass, so what more do you want?’: race, class and gender intersections in the educational experiences of the Black middle class

  1789. A creation of supporting and interactive material to enhance the way contents are presented in units three and four of the book English with my favorite cartoons

  1790. Presentation of culture in English as a foreign language reading textbooks in Japan

  1791. Needs and challenges for online language teachers – the ECML project DOTS

  1792. Web-2.0 Ideas for Language Education

  1793. Bilingual education searching for promising didactic proposals

  1794. Crossing Borders: Developing an Innovative Collaboration to Improve the Preparation of High School English Teachers

  1795. Eliminating the Oral Communication Requirement: A Response

  1796. Teaching translation in higher education in Taiwan : a needs analysis and action research approach

  1797. What Is Published About Special Education In Arab Countries? A Preliminary Analysis

  1798. The Effects of Listening Journals in the Development of University Students’ Listening Skills

  1799. Investigating Students Attitudes and Preferences towards Learning English at Kuwait University

  1800. The changing world of higher education: Where do language centres fit in?

  1801. Stepping up: what works in pre-service teacher education

  1802. Nursing education in Bangladesh: analysis through an ethnonursing lens and critical social theory

  1803. An asymmetrical telecollaborative project and the evolution of its learning design: the Université Blaise Pascal – London School of Economics experience.

  1804. A digital learning environment to support multilingual education in primary schools

  1805. The distance education in teaching and nursing practice: integrative review

  1806. An English for Specific Purposes Curriculum to Prepare English Learners to Become Nursing Assistants

  1807.  Engaging with the Language – The POA Approach

  1808. The Effectiveness of a Literature-Driven English Programme in Improving the English Language Skills of Secondary One Students in Singapore

  1809. Cultural ecology, Sound, and C hinaVine: An Approach to Arts Education

  1810. The unmet need for a national surgical quality improvement curriculum: a systematic review.

  1811. Advantages and Disadvantages of Multimedia Teaching in the Reform of College English

  1812. Situacions d’aula II. Materials docents d’ús interdisciplinari.

  1813. Limelight on Mobile Learning: Integrating Education and Innovation

  1814. Web-Based English Writing Courses for Graduate Students

  1815. Student centered education

  1816. Appropriate methodology revisited at a time of cross-curricular approaches to language education

  1817. Practical Assessment of Adult Literacy in Health Care

  1818. Establishing Writing Benchmarks for Primary and Secondary English Language Teachers in Hong Kong.

  1819. Journal of the Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education Higher Education Management Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: The Opinions Expressed and Arguments Employed in This Publication Are the Responsibility

  1820. An analysis of the existing resources in relation to education and treatment of diabetes in four European countries: Estonia, Finland, Ireland, and Lithuania.

  1821. More than Social Media: Using Twitter with Preservice Teachers as a Means of Reflection and Engagement in Communities of Practice.

  1822. Modeling for Control of Very Flexible Aircraft

  1823. Communication in Health Professions: A European consensus on inter- and multi-professional learning objectives in German

  1824. Pre-service Teachers` Perspectives on a Blended Listening Course Using TED Talks

  1825. The darkening glass: Issues for translation of IFRS

  1826. Cultural and communication awareness for general practice registrars who are international medical graduates: a project of CoastCityCountry Training.

  1827. Developing a medicine education program in Finland: lessons learned.

  1828. Addressing the language and literacy needs of aboriginal high school VET students who speak SAE as an additional language

  1829. Education, equality, and efficiency – An analysis of Swedish school reforms during the 1990s

  1830. Game-Based Language Learning for Pre-School Children: A Design Perspective.

  1831. Integrating machine translation into MOOCS

  1832. QUALITY ENHANCEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH SELF-EVALUATION AND TARGETED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1833. The Impact of International Speaking and Listening Assessments on Primary School Bilingual Learning: Insights from Survey Research

  1834. Speaking for Purpose: A Case Study of Bilingual Immersion Pedagogy Within the Chinese EFL Context

  1835. Computers and learner autonomy : trends and issues

  1836. A Databank Of Maritime English Resources : An Invitation For Contributions

  1837. Clarifying the Multiple Dimensions of Monolingualism: Keeping Our Sights on Language Politics.

  1838. Teacher, Researcher, and Accountability Discourses: Creating Space for Democratic Science Teaching Practices in Middle Schools.

  1839. Using the Internet for Teaching English.

  1840. A case for ongoing evaluation In English language teaching projects

  1841. Title Robots and Romeo and Juliet : Studying Teacher Integration of Robotics Into Middle School Curricula

  1842. ‘To know the world of the school and change it’ An Exploration of Harold Rosen’s Contribution to the Early Work of the London Association for the Teaching of English

  1843. Subtitling as a Didactic Tool. A Teacher Training Experience

  1844. Some Notes on a Project: Democracy and Authority in the Production of a Discipline

  1845. Literacy development with deaf communities using sign language, peer tuition, and learner-generated online content: sustainable educational innovation

  1846. Community Service and Critical Teaching.

  1847. Acquiring Business English in a Quasi-Natural Business Environment: A Method of Teaching Business English to Students of Business and Economics

  1848. An Effective Model of Literacy Instruction for Limited-English Proficient Adults.

  1849. The Profession of English and the Training of Elementary Teachers: A Case of Neglect.

  1850. Futuristic Designs in the English Curriculum: Four Scenarios.

  1851. The Writing Portfolio and English Program Assessment: Of Bumps, Bruises, and Lessons Learned.

  1852. Online English Learning Using Internet for English-as-a-Foreign-Language Students.

  1853. Designing an Ability Scale for English Across the Range of Secondary School Forms.

  1854. A Quantitative Corpus Analysis of Word Frequency And Part of Speech in the English Textbooks Used in Senior High Schools in Taiwan

  1855. BILATERAL COLLABORATION FOR ICT SUPPORT IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

  1856. Video Production: A New Technological Curricula: A Systematic Analysis of Goals, Available Materials, Teacher Knowledge, and Student Outcomes Is Used as the Foundation of an Integrated Curriculum

  1857. Instrumental and vocal teaching: how do music students learn to teach?

  1858. School performance in singletons born after assisted reproductive technology

  1859. International handbook of research in professional and practice-based learning

  1860. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association

  1861. Networking for Learning and Teaching English for Specific Purposes

  1862. What is a Good Research Project

  1863. E-Learning Localized: The Case of the OOPS Project

  1864. Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairment: An Action Research Project

  1865. Language Students Learning to Manage Complex Pedagogic Situations in a Technology-Rich Environment.

  1866. A primary care, electronic health record-based strategy to promote safe drug use: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

  1867. The Design and Implementation of an Educational Multimedia Mathematics Software: Using ADDIE to Guide Instructional System Design

  1868. Enhancing Students’ Speaking Skills through “Kunci Inggris” Videos in Islamic Junior High School

  1869. Using Multiple Intelligences to Increase Reading Comprehension in English and Math.

  1870. WPA publications: opportunities to improve psychiatric research and inform clinical care and education

  1871. Reading Video-games as (Author-less) Literature.

  1872. The Territory of Literature

  1873. ELT in Brazilian public schools: History, challenges, new experiences and perspectives

  1874. Philippines: The Role of Language and Education in Globalization.

  1875. Application of Coh-Metrix 2.0 in Foreign Language Teaching and Research

  1876. Pedagogy for Conceptual Thinking in the Digital Age: Enhancing Learning Outcomes with Meaning Equivalence Reusable Learning Objects (MERLO) Formative Assessments

  1877. RANCANG BANGUN APLIKASI MOBILE LEARNING BAHASA MINANGKABAU PADA SMARTPHONE BERBASIS ANDROID

  1878. Integration of Web 2.0 Tools in a VLE to Improve the EFL Spanish University Entrance Examination Results: A Quasi-experimental Study

  1879. International Language Test Taking Among Young Learners: A Hong Kong Case Study

  1880. Analysis of Real-Life Working Processes, Competencies and Operational Fields for the Usage in Vocational IT Education – Results of an Empirical Study Based on Job Offers

  1881. THE CHALLENGES AND RESERVATIONS OF PLANNING CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION IN IRANIAN EFL SETTING

  1882. THE CHALLENGES AND RESERVATIONS OF PLANNING CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION IN IRANIAN EFL SETTING

  1883. An investigation into the efficacy of two English extended secondary schools

  1884. AC 2007-1020: 3-PHASE MULTI SUBJECT PROJECT BASED LEARNING AS A DIDACTICAL METHOD IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING STUDIES

  1885. Intervención educativa en la asignatura de inglés mediante películas infantiles de animación en el 3er curso de Primaria del centro Karmelo Ikastola

  1886. GITTA: Open content material for GIS education

  1887. English fail to as a periphrastic negative: An FDG account

  1888. International training of teachers of low-educated adult migrants

  1889. COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES USED BY A TEACHERIN COMMUNICATING WITH HER SECOND GRADE STUDENTS OF SMA NEGERIA 1 KENDAL IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF 2010/2011

  1890. Managing change in Indonesian high schools

  1891. Academic literacy curriculum renewal at a South African university : a case study

  1892. Multilingual Mobile Learning A case Study of Four South African High Schools

  1893. Culture, ideology and educational change : the case of english language teachers in Slovakia.

  1894. An Investigation into the Relationships among Experience, Teacher Cognition, Context, and Classroom Practice in EFL Grammar Teaching in Argentina

  1895. Blended Learning in Teaching Foreign Languages

  1896. 3-PHASE MULTI SUBJECT PROJECT BASED LEARNING AS A DIDACTICAL METHOD IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING STUDIES

  1897. Intervención educativa en la asignatura de inglés mediante películas infantiles de animación en el 3er curso de Primaria del centro Karmelo Ikastola

  1898. Time on Text and Science Achievement for High School Biology Students.

  1899. Information Technology and Languages for Specific Purposes in the EHEA: Options and Challenges for the Knowledge Society

  1900. WorldCALL: International perspectives on computer-assisted language learning

  1901. English 101 and Chemistry 101: Examining Texts through Different Lenses.

  1902. The Shakespeare Dialogues: (Re)producing The Tempest in Secondary and University Education

  1903. Reflections on Developmental Mathematics–Building New Pathways.

  1904. The development of dental informatics and dental information technology in China: A systematic study

  1905. Attaining Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the Primary School Classroom

  1906. Cultural Capital and African American Agency: The Economic Struggle for Effective Education for African Americans in Franklin, Tennessee, 1890-1967

  1907. Using Email To Extend Dialogue in an English Methods Course

  1908. The Perceptions and Attitudes of International Students Towards Plagiarism.

  1909. Implementing a 5-a-Day Peer Health Educator Program for Public Sector Labor and Trades Employees

  1910. Student-Curated Exhibits: A Vehicle towards Student Engagement, Retention, and Success

  1911. The Problem of the Woman’s Bag from the New Woman to Modernism

  1912. The Chinese Community Smoking Cessation Project: A Community Sensitive Intervention Trial

  1913. A problem based learning approach for freshman engineering

  1914. Pilot Study of Web-Based Bronchoscopy Education Using the Essential Bronchoscopist© in Developing Countries (Mozambique and Mauritania)

  1915. An analysis of the training needs of Italian secondary school teachers of English as a foreign language

  1916. Developing Inclusive Technical Capital beyond the Disabled Students’ Allowance in England

  1917. The plurilingual classroom and ELT: The challenge to overcome tensions between aboriginal languages and hegemonic languages

  1918. Analysis of a methodological proposal for bilingual early childhood in a public child development center

  1919. The Challenge of Educating English Language Learners in Rural Areas.

  1920. Literacy for All? Using multilingual reading stories for literacy development in a Grade One classroom in the Western Cape

  1921. Student experiences on taking electronic exams at the University of Helsinki

  1922. Differences in Post-secondary Readiness for Texas Students as a Function of Bilingual Education Services

  1923. Content Area Reading Strategies for English Speakers of Other Languages (CARS for ESOL).

  1924. “The dictionary of old english”: A progress report

  1925. Report on the Torres Strait Creole Project, Thursday Island State High School

  1926. A Measure of Success: From Assignment to Assessment in English Language Arts

  1927. A Case Study of Using Podcasts in ESL Modules for Hong Kong Pre-Service Teachers and its Impact on their Attitudes toward Podcasting

  1928. Research and Practice for Equity in Health: Actions of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education

  1929. A local study of childbearing Bangladeshi women in the UK.

  1930. Open learning systems for the continuing education of professionals in Malaysia

  1931. Le nouveau dispositif ” eZoomBook ” : perspectives pédagogiques

  1932. Title – The development and evaluation of a visual image association method for efficient terminology teaching and learning: a teaching aid in the urban planning discipline

  1933. Language-Based Approaches to Understanding Literature: A Creative Activity Module

  1934. Towards self-sufficiency in health learning materials.

  1935. Investigating innovation in English language teaching :three case studies at a junior college in Taiwan

  1936. Dyslexia in the European EFL Teacher Training Context

  1937. Assessment of a bilingual program based on content and language integrated learning in a state school of Pereira

  1938. The Excellence in Mathematics, Science and Engineering (EMSE) Project at Cal Poly

  1939. An Examination of the Performance Gains of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students on a Mathematics Performance Assessment within the QUASAR Project.

  1940. Community-Based Participatory Research Adds Value to the National Cancer Institute’s Research Portfolio

  1941. E-Learning, Fuzzy Methods, and Sign Language Video to Enhance Teaching for Hearing Impaired

  1942. Investigation of the cell phone video recording feature by Japanese undergraduate EFL learners

  1943. Changing Paradigms. The Project Approach.

  1944. The cultural politics in Chinese EFL textbooks: A discourse approach

  1945. The National Writing Project: It’s About the Intellectual Integrity of Teachers: An Interview with Richard Sterling.

  1946. Fostering autonomous learning by using a workbook to improve reading and writing skills in students of basic level at ASE

  1947. “Eurokid”: An innovative pedagogical approach to developing intercultural and anti-racist education on the Web

  1948. A Contrastive Study of Qualification Devices in Native and Non-Native Argumentative Texts in English.

  1949. Clerical discourse and lay audience in late medieval England

  1950. Patient Education for Colon Cancer Screening: A Randomized Trial of a Video Mailed before a Physical Examination

  1951. INTERAÇÃO, INTERATIVIDADE E COMUNICAÇÃO NO PROCESSO DE MEDIAÇÃO PEDAGÓGICA NA EDUCAÇÃO ON-LINE

  1952. PROMOTING INQUIRY-BASED TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 1

  1953. Teachers First: Final Project Report.

  1954. A thematic analysis comparing critical thinking in engineering and humani- ties undergraduates

  1955. Video Conferencing and Multimodal Expression of Voice: Children’s Communication in a Second Language Using Skype

  1956. The art of poetry

  1957. CAMLIS—The first comprehensive library for research, education and patient information in CAM

  1958. The benefits of social networking for tertiary education language programmes for non-philology students

  1959. Making It Happen: From Interactive to Participatory Language Teaching — Evolving Theory and Practice

  1960. S. Office of Education: Report on Research Projects.

  1961. Bilingual Education for Navajo Students.

  1962. Fostering Conceptual Roles for Change: Identity and Agency in ESEA Teacher Preparation

  1963. Performance indicators and changing patterns of accountability in nurse education

  1964. Language in American Indian Education.

  1965. Comparison of barriers to research activities form the point of view of normal and talented students at Arak University of Medical Sciences

  1966. IMPROVING ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION (RSE) IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: INDIA

  1967. The CTTP–An Innovative and Successful Caribbean Project Using Distance Learning.

  1968. AN EXPERIMENT IN TEACHING WRITING TO COLLEGE FRESHMEN (VOICE PROJECT).

  1969. The POSITIVES Scale: Development and Validation of a Measure of How Well the Information and Communication Technology Needs of Students with Disabilities Are Being Met.

  1970. Communicating Emergency Preparedness: Strategies for Creating a Disaster Resilient Public

  1971. Auxiliary nurse midwives training project for Afghanistan.

  1972. Sign language recognition and translation: a multidisciplined approach from the field of artificial intelligence.

  1973. BLENDED LEARNING AND ITS POTENTIAL IN EXPANDING VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE: A CASE STUDY

  1974. The Scholar Project

  1975. Reinventing the Book: The eZoomBook Platform

  1976. Automated Topic Spotting Provides Added Efficiency in a Chat Based Tutoring Environment

  1977. Spelling Instruction in ESL: English Orthography and Resources for Spelling Instruction in English as a Second Language.

  1978. The Roots of Appalachian English: Scotch-Irish or Southern British?.

  1979. The Effects of Control for Ability Level on EFL Reading of Graded

  1980. Static and dynamic

  1981. Blending Language Learning with Science: With Purposeful Planning, Teachers Can Reach All Students with the Dual Goals of Language Development and Scientific Inquiry

  1982. NEST – a corpus in the brooding box

  1983. Social semiotics and academic literacies: An epistemological approach to the study of disciplinary discourses

  1984. Arrangements for the integration of Irish immigrants in England and Wales

  1985. Bilingual Teaching Reform Ideas of International Business from Experience of Visiting US Classroom Teaching

  1986. HaIRST: Harvesting Institutional Resources in Scotland Testbed. Final Project Report

  1987.  Second Language Learning and Language Arts.

  1988. Designing and Using Hypermedia Materials to Investigate Language Use in a Culturally Diverse Classroom

  1989. Accessing Material from the Genocide Archive of Rwanda

  1990. The Humanities in Crisis—A Time for Action

  1991. What works well for teaching a reawakening language? A Gamilaraay teacher’s perspective

  1992. Evaluation of mobile and communication technologies for language learning

  1993. The Role of Teaching History for a Nation-Building Process in a Post-Conflict Society: The Case of Macedonia

  1994. LEARNING TO THE STUDENTS OF 5thGRADE OF SDN WONOSAREN 2 SURAKARTA

  1995. Implications of SCORM? and Emerging E-learning Standards On Engineering Education

  1996. Building Family and Community Demand for Dramatic Change in Schools.

  1997. Literate Misfitting: Disability Theory and a Sociomaterial Approach to Literacy

  1998. Ecoles plurilingues – multilingual schools: Konzepte, Institutionen und Akteure

  1999. Implementing Education for Active Citizenship and Sustainability

  2000. How Faculty Attitudes and Expectations toward Student Nationality Affect Writing Assessment.

  2001. The Implications of SCORM Conformance for Workplace e- Learning

  2002. What forms of evidence do novice teachers need

  2003. The Social Promise of the Time to Know Program.

  2004. Sustaining Narratives of Hope: Literacy, Multimodality, and the Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School

  2005. ESP pedagogy: Blending low and high order thinking

  2006. PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES OF PUNJAB: VIEWS OF PHD SCHOLARS

  2007. The role of technology in internationalising the language of education

  2008. Challenging the Grammar of Schooling: Individually Guided Education, 1969–1979

  2009. Project-based learning in a freshman engineering course: University-high school partnership

  2010. Poodle: a course-management system for mobile phones

  2011. Women’s Critical Literacies in a Pakistani Classroom

  2012. E-learning for empowering the rural people in Bangladesh opportunities and challenges

  2013. Techniques to improve the reading skill based on the natural approach method

  2014. “GEOHeritage” – GIS Based Application for Movable Heritage

  2015. IMPACT – Innovative Maritime Training Products

  2016. ‘Information literacy through inquiry: using problem-based learning in information literacy instruction’

  2017. Teaching Thinking Skills

  2018. Meyer Bloomfield: Organizer of the Vocational Guidance Movement (1907-1917).

  2019. OER contributing to early literacy in Africa: Evidence from Saide’s African Storybook

  2020. The Story of Feliks–Bidialectal Education.

  2021. “I Leave My Best Gown as a Vestment:” Women’s Spiritual Interests in the Late Medieval English Parish(1)

  2022. GIS-RELATED WEB ENGINEERING AS TOPIC AND TOOL IN E-LEARNING

  2023. Apostles of Modernity: Saint-Simonians and the Civilizing Mission in Algeria

  2024. The Polish version of the Quality of Life Assessment of Growth Hormone Deficiency in Adults (QoL-AGHDA) – four-stage translation and validation.

  2025. Enhancing student satisfaction in higher education: the creation of staff teaching communities

  2026. All Chinese to me

  2027. Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia

  2028. Introducing interactive whiteboards into school practice : one school ’ s model of teachers mentoring colleagues

  2029. Project Based Learning Incorporating Design And Teaming

  2030. Integrated 2D Design in the Curriculum: Effectiveness of Early Cross-Subject Engineering Challenges

  2031. University listening classes: less product, more process

  2032. Comparison of barriers to research activities form the point of view of normal and talented students at Arak University of Medical Sciences

  2033. Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating an Online Resource for Professional Legal Communication Skills

  2034. Problems in teaching tenses to the 5th grade students of SDN Juworo IV Grobogan

  2035. An Urban Migrant-Education Model

  2036. Forming occupational safety culture on the basis of development of students’ risk-focused intellection

  2037. Erfolgreiches Deutschlernen durch CLIL?

  2038. The Effectiveness of a Primer to Help People Understand Risk

  2039. Pronunciation in the context of language revitalization

  2040. Building an International Student Teaching Program: A California/Mexico Experience.

  2041. A Sisyphean Task: Historical Perspectives on the Relationship between Writing and Reading Instruction. Technical Report No. 7.

  2042. Teachers in action : att förändra och utveckla undervisning och lärande i engelska i de tidigare skolåren

  2043. Vicarious Learning: Cognitive and Linguistic Effects of Observing Peer Discussion.

  2044. Researching a participatory design for learning process in an intercultural context

  2045. Agency, discourse and academic practice: Reconceptualising international students in an Australian university

  2046. The Development Of A Project Based Introduction To Manufacturing Laboratory Involving A Stirling Engine

  2047. A cosy consensus on deviant discourse: How the refugee and asylum seeker meta-narrative has endorsed an interpretative crisis in relation to the transnational politics of the world’s displaced persons.

  2048. A 2CUL Collaborative Ethnographic Assessment of Humanities Doctoral Students: Design, Implementation and Analysis

  2049. Engendering city politics and educational thought: elite women and the London Labour Party, 1914–1965

  2050. EAP Listening and Speaking: From Needs Analysis to Evaluation

  2051. An Evaluation of Brigham Young University’s Local TESOL Internship Program

  2052. Teaching roles in critical care–the mentor and preceptor.

  2053. Cooperative learning incorporating computer- mediated communication: participation, perceptions, and learning outcomes in a deaf education classroom

  2054.  Analysis of the integration of knowledge and novelty in creative engineering design

  2055. Formative Assessment for College Readiness: Measuring Skill and Growth in Five Key Cognitive Strategies Associated with Postsecondary Success

  2056. Assessment in Action: A Journey through Campus Collaboration, a Learning Community, and Research Design

  2057. Combining Chemistry and College Writing: A New Model for an Honors Undergraduate Chemistry Course

  2058. An Experiment in the Ruralization of Education: IPAR and the Cameroonian Reform. Experiments and Innovations in Education No. 8.

  2059. STORYBOOKS IN THE YOUNG LEARNERS’ EFL CLASSROOM AS A RESOURCE FOR TEACHING VOCABULARY

  2060. A Comment on Their Erroneous Usage

  2061. Work accidents with exposure to biological material in nursing in emergency rooms

  2062. “Clickers” and HACCP: Educating a Diverse Food Industry Audience with Technology.

  2063. Teaching and Researching Speaking

  2064. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

  2065. The Study of Selected Vocabulary in Context – Using Technology to Motivate Learners

  2066. Exploration on Bilingual Teaching of Burn Surgery for Seven-year Medical Program Students

  2067. Bilingual teaching exploration of Data Communication and Network

  2068. Supporting learners who are studying or training using a second language:preventing problems and maximising potential.

  2069. Engineering in the Classroom: A Low-Tech, Local Approach

  2070. A Study Concerning the Use of Moodle at Kanda University of International Studies

  2071. Internet Searching by K-12 Students: A Research-Based Process Model.

  2072. Citation Analysis of Papers of Research Projects at Faculty of Dentistry, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences

  2073. Digital Repository Services for Managing Research Data: What Do Oxford Researchers Need?

  2074. COOL (comprehensive object-oriented learning)

  2075. A Disjunction Between Personal, Professional and Societal Values in Pre-Service Teacher Education

  2076. CASE Curriculum Changes Classroom Culture

  2077. Buying into Classes: The Practice of Book Selection in Eighteenth-Century Britain

  2078. Student Response System (SRS)/Wireless Response System (WRS) – a Next-Generation Student Response System for Academia and Industry

  2079. AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF JORDANIAN EFL STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR USE OF THE INTERNET

  2080. Neighborhood Child Care: Family, Friends, and Neighbors Talk about Caring for Other People’s Children.

  2081. Rethinking the Humanities

  2082. Student-Produced Video Documentary: Hong Kong as a Self-Access Resource.

  2083. The Impact of Breakfast Clubs on Pupil Attendance and Punctuality

  2084. Integrating Design Throughout The Civil Engineering Curriculum The Sooner City Project

  2085. The Children’s Reading Choices Project.

  2086.  Interdisciplinary High School Teams for 21st Century Academic Skills

  2087. Epics: Experiencing Engineering Design Through Community Service Projects

  2088. Identifying and Assessing Vocabulary Learning Strategies.

  2089. Multiple data sources: Converging and diverging conceptualizations of LOTE teaching

  2090. Universal Design in Science Learning

  2091. Here are my Instructions

  2092. Why, When and How to Infuse Career Education into the Curriculum.

  2093. The Search for Better Education Information

  2094. In Their Own Words: Two-Way Immersion Teachers Talk About Their Professional Experiences

  2095. Distance learning and foreign language teaching

  2096. IMPACT – Establishing the Bologna Structure with Master’s Programmes at Chalmers

  2097. The Human Story: From Hominids to Homo Intelligens. A Curriculum Map for 5th Grade.

  2098. Die representasie van die vrou in die verse van die Eerste Afrikaanse Taalbeweging

  2099. Gateways, Portals, and Websites

  2100. The First Large International Dictionary of Common and Cultivated Modern Greek

  2101. Embodying History: Women, Representation, and Resistance in Twentieth-Century Southern African and Caribbean Literature

  2102. The Effects of Reciprocal Teaching on Comprehension.

  2103. Sporting Females: Critical Issues in the History & Sociology of Women’s Sports // Review

  2104. Krames On-Demand (KOD)

  2105. Strategy use of bilingual learners: a research agenda

  2106. On course for success.

  2107. Professional Development for Language Teachers Implementing the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Languages Other

  2108. Curriculum Development in the Sixth Form: The Potential for Changes in Approaches to Writing Skills at Tertiary Level.

  2109. Implementation of Portfolios in an ESL Classroom.

  2110. Managing Self-Access in Development: Three Perspectives.

  2111. Industry-Based Bilingual Vocational Training. A Review of Related Literature.

  2112. Community perceptions of a Cree immersion program at Cumberland House

  2113. An Instructional Design for International Collaborative learning Focusing on Communication.

  2114. Enhancing Native American Mathematics Learning: The Use of Smartboard-generated Virtual Manipulatives for Conceptual Understanding

  2115. Designing a Computerized Presentation Center

  2116. A Selected Bibliography of Music Librarianship.

  2117. In Defence of Ambiguity

  2118. Imprisoned Resources–Innovative Techniques in Educating Prison Inmates.

  2119. Some Aspects of the Application of Linguistics to the Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages

  2120. Cross-National Assessment of Educational Achievement: A Review

  2121. Ensuring School Success for Language Minority Students: Input from the Field on an Elementary School Program.

  2122. Web-Based Learning: Electronic Library Resources and Instruction.

  2123. Helping Adult ESOL Students Increase Speaking and Listening Skills by Serving as Volunteers in Authentic Settings.

  2124. Internet Videoconferencing to Improve EFL Learning.

  2125. Book Review: Young People in Risk Society: The Restructuring of Youth Identities and Transitions in Late Modernity, Young People, Risk and Leisure: Constructing Identities in Everyday Life

  2126. Bilingual Educational Tool for Breast Cancer Genetics

  2127. Portfolio: A Tool for Self-Directed Learning at Work.

  2128. Thoughts on a Cross-National Program.

  2129. Newspaper readings : the U.S.A. in the People’s Daily

  2130. Valued Youth Program: Dropout Prevention Strategies for At-Risk Youth.

  2131. In Pursuit of Refinement: Charlestonians Abroad, 1740-1860

  2132. Student Perceptions of a Trial of Electronic Text Matching Software: A Preliminary Investigation.

  2133. Teaching the Culture of Collaboration: The Validity of a Case-Based, Interactive Teaching Methodology in Higher Education.

  2134. Teaching Young Children : An Introduction

  2135. Interdisciplinary collaboration in the Virtual Design Studio

  2136. Teachers’ Attitudes to Self-Access Learning.

  2137. Responding to Our Response: Student Strategies for Responding to Teacher Written Comments.

  2138. Does Assessment Have to Drive the Curriculum

  2139. Language Development for Literacy: The Case of Shiyeyi in Botswana.

  2140. International School Health Network: an informal network for advocacy and knowledge exchange

  2141. Making Ideals a Reality: Curtin’s African Virtual University Experience

  2142. Social Studies, Interdisciplinary Teaching, and Technology

  2143. Teaching the Culture of Collaboration: The Validity of a Case-Based, Interactive Teaching Methodology in Higher Education.

  2144. Teaching Young Children : An Introduction

  2145. Interdisciplinary collaboration in the Virtual Design Studio

  2146. Exploring Assessment Alternatives for Deaf Students.

  2147. Bicultural Research and Support Programmes for Maori Students, Teachers and Communities

  2148. Creating Sharable Learning Activities: Examples From A Manufacturing Engineering Curriculum

  2149. Beating the Odds over Time: One District’s Perspective.

  2150. School Accountability Report Card School Year 2001-2002

  2151. Students’ Perceptions of the Characteristics of Teaching Excellence.

  2152. Language Development Component, Compensatory Language Experiences and Reading Program. Final Evaluation Report.

  2153. Teaching in the Block: Perceptions from Within

  2154. Facilitating Reading Comprehension by Teaching Text Structure: What the Research Shows.

  2155. Using Feedback and Reflection as Tools in Bridging the Theory-Practice Link in Language Teacher Training at the Primary Level.

  2156. Rasch-Model Procedures Used To Build the JOCRF Vocabulary Item Bank. Technical Report 1990-3.

  2157. Deconstructing the Walls between Sciences and Humanities.

  2158. Effective Motivation through Meeting Student Needs.

  2159. How Can Horace Best Be Helped

  2160. Distance Teaching with Vision.

  2161. Collaboration on teamwork projects across borders

  2162. Engineering and the Liberal Arts: Toward Academic Cosmopolitanism

  2163. Two-Way Bilingual Language Arts Portfolio.

  2164. The Ethics Committee of the General Faculty Hospital and First Medical Faculty, Charles University.

  2165. Today’s Demands for Global Awareness: The Community College Dimension.

  2166. Classroom Interaction for Adult Literacy.

  2167. Targeting retailer knowledge and attitudes to reduce tobacco sales to minors: a multilingual campaign

  2168. Increasing Employment Skill Awareness for Students To Be Better Prepared To Enter the World of Work.

  2169. The CyberQuest: A Tool to Assess Educational Resources on the Internet

  2170. The ASLPR: Its Origins and Current Developments.

  2171. Microforms and Scholarship: Another View

  2172. Continuous Assessment in the Oral Communication Class: Teacher Constructed Test.

  2173. Effective Models for Assessing the Costs of Educational Technologies

  2174. Models for reality : new approaches to the understanding of educational processes

  2175. Environmental Assessments of Landscape Changes

  2176. Facilitating Teachers’ Professional Growth through Action Research.

  2177. Opportunities and constraints of community language teaching

  2178. Life in a Democratic Society: A Primary School Civics Course for Poland.

  2179. Program for Area Concentration Achievement Testing.

  2180. Exploring the Potential of Web-based Social Process Experiential Simulations

  2181. Multimedia Titles: Educational CD-ROM and Videodisc Choices Abound

  2182. Tennessee’s Regents Online Degree Program–A Success Story: An Interview with Dr. Robbie Melton, Associate Vice Chancellor for RODP

  2183. Managing Student Retention in the Community College.

  2184. Curriculum and Popular Culture: Building Bridges and Making Waves.

  2185. The Effects of Analytic Corrections and Revisions on College Composition Students in a Portfolio Assessment Setting.

  2186. Service-Learning and Civic Engagement: Bridging School and Community through Professional Writing Projects.

  2187. Increasing Reading Comprehension through the Use of Guided Reading.

  2188. NORTHEAST AND ISLANDS REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL LABORATORY (LAB)

  2189. WILL THE CHINESE LEARNING INITIATIVE EVOKE THE LONG-AWAITED FIFTH MODERNIZATION?

  2190. Computer Networks for Language Learning: The Creation of Meaning through Interaction.

  2191. Latino Students: Engaging America’s Fastest Growing Minority Group.

  2192. The Effects of Native Language Use in New York City Prekindergarten Classes.

  2193. Sex-Linked Variation in the Responses of Dialect Informants Part III: Grammar

  2194. Long Conversational Turns or Frequent Turn Exchanges: Cross-Cultural Comparison of Parental Narrative Elicitation.

  2195. Language — Bilingual Programs. Three-Year Evaluation of a Large Scale Early Grade French Immersion Program

  2196. Student-Constructed Web Pages for Intercultural Understanding

  2197. Teachers Researching, Children Designing

  2198. Towards Building a Tool to Remedy Literacy Challenges Facing Deaf Learners

  2199. Effects of Origami Construction on Children with Disabilities.

  2200. Towards Building a Tool to Remedy Literacy Challenges Facing Deaf Learners

  2201. Assisting Learners with Special Needs in a Regular Classroom at a Parochial School.

  2202. Making Content Accessible to Promote Second Language Acquisition: The ESL Intensive Program at Hostos Community College (CUNY).

  2203. Linking Language and Content Instruction in the Social Sciences.

  2204. A Comparative Study of the Reading Interests and Habits of Grade 12 Students in Selected Canadian and American Schools.

  2205. Funding To Attend Graduate School in the United States: An Update.

  2206. Participatory Design of Educational Software.

  2207. Where the Spirit Lives: An Influential and Contentious Television Drama about Residential Schools

  2208. Improving Junior High Classroom Management.

  2209. “Yakudoku” EFL Instruction in a Japanese High School Classroom.

  2210. Architectural Lessons of Carlo Lodoli (1690-1761): Indole of Material and of Self

  2211. Language Socialization in a Multilingual Creole Setting: Changing Practices and Ideologies in Dominica, W.I.

  2212. Houghton Mifflin spelling and vocabulary : words for readers and writers

  2213. Examining the Literacy Practices of Home, School, and Community: When Does Difference Make a Difference?.

  2214. Developing a Writing Program in Engineering: Teaching Writing to Teach Engineering Literacies.

  2215. Curriculum Models: Integration of Academic and Occupational Content.

  2216. University and Public School Collaboration: Developing More Effective Teachers through Field-Based Teacher Preparation and New Teacher Support Programs.

  2217. Developing a Multi-Lingual Process-Oriented Feedback Programme.

  2218. Teaching, Learning and the WEB

  2219. Assessing a Technology Initiative: Lessons Learned While Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning.

  2220. Learning Content Production : Acquisition , Structuring , Representation , and Management ( paper )

  2221. Beyond Language Courses and Into the College Classroom: TAs and the Full Scope of Undergraduate Teaching.

  2222. A history of curriculum reform: the Sherbrooke story

  2223. The Role of Literacy Training in NGOs’ Efforts To Improve the Self-Sufficiency of Rural Indian Women.

  2224. Houghton Mifflin spelling and vocabulary

  2225. An American foreign language immersion program, how to

  2226. The Implementation of the Greek Union Catalog.

  2227. A Study of Studies: Cyberspace Communications

  2228. Gold for the Commissars: Charles Janin’s Siberian Ventures

  2229. Some Reflections On The Theoretical Discourse On Communications In Quebec and Canada

  2230. Curricular Trends in Community Colleges: Implications for Transfer.

  2231. Portfolio Assessment and Computerized Composition Instruction: Combining the Best of Both Worlds.

  2232. Languages for Specific Purposes in the Digital Era

  2233. Emerging Issues in Smart Learning – International Conference on Smart Learning Environments, ICSLE 2014, Hong Kong, China, July 24-25, 2014

  2234. Languages and children : making the match : new languages for young learners

  2235. New Technologies, New Literacies: Focus Discipline Research and ESL Learning Communities

  2236. Implementation of Common Core-Based Curriculum in a Fourth-Grade Literacy Classroom: An Exploratory Study

  2237. Online Collaborative Cross-Cultural Learning: Students’ Perspectives

  2238. Raising Global Families: Parenting, Immigration, and Class in Taiwan and the US

  2239. Video-Assisted Vocabulary Instruction for Elementary School Students with Learning Disabilities

  2240. Effects of Nutritional Supplements and Dietary Interventions on Cardiovascular Outcomes

  2241. A dos manos: Creación de material didáctico signado mediante aprendizaje-servicio

  2242. Literacy and Science Connections in the Classroom.

  2243. Plugged in Praxis: Critical Reflections on U.S. Feminism, Internet Activism, and Solidarity with Women in Afghanistan

  2244. A case for white coat diplomacy.

  2245. Immigrants, Racial Citizens, and the (Multi) Cultural Politics of Neoliberal Los Angeles

  2246. Creolist Michel Degraff: A Profile of Commitment, Advocacy, Excellence, and Hope

  2247. Teachers’ Perception on the Use of Subtitles as a Teaching Resource to Raise Students’ Motivation when Learning a Foreign Language

  2248. Contesting White Supremacy: School Segregation, Anti-Racism and the Making of Chinese Canadians by Timothy J. Stanley (review)

  2249. Keeping Pace With Oral Chemotherapy.

  2250. An evidence synthesis of risk identification, assessment and management for young people using tier 4 inpatient child and adolescent mental health services

  2251. Life Experience of African Graduate Students in a Multi-Cultural Setting: A Case Study.

  2252. Development of geotourism in Poland and examples of geosites from the Catalogue of geotouristic objects in Poland

  2253. Lights, Camera, Learning!.

  2254. Annotated Bibliography on the Teaching of Psychology: 1983

  2255. Making Writing Visible at Duke University

  2256. Vertebrate fossils excavated from the Bol’shoj Naryn site, East Siberia

  2257. The Northern Territory: An Aboriginal View of the Past

  2258. Plans for an information literacy course

  2259. WORKSHOP ABSTRACTS

  2260. African-American, Latino, and Hispanic Youth in Service Topic Bibliography

  2261. Using Internet Resources To Enhance Communication Skills

  2262. Socially Intelligent Agents

  2263. A Multidisciplinary Course Sequence Stressing Team Skills, Conceptual Design, Creative Problem Solving, Professional Practice, And Computing Skills For Students Entering The William States Lee College Of Engineering

  2264. Teaching American Government in an Electronic Classroom.

  2265. Problem Solving and JIT Delivery of Skills In a First Year Engineering Technology Course

  2266. Diabetes education project: community networking in rural Utah.

  2267. CANDLE : AN EUROPEAN E-EDUCATION PROJECT TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING ON THE INTERNET

  2268. Review of risk communication and education strategies around food hygiene and safety for children and young people

  2269. The European Biomedical Ethics Practitioner Education Project: An experiential approach to philosophy and ethics in health care education

  2270. Afghan Health Education Project: a community survey.

  2271. The REEME project: a cooperative model for sharing international medical education materials.

  2272. The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education

  2273. The droso4schools project: Long-term scientist-teacher collaborations to promote science communication and education in schools.

  2274. Development of mathematics teaching materials using project-based learning integrated STEM

  2275. Resource Review: Project Learning Tree PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide

  2276. Enhancing Cybersecurity Education Using POGIL

  2277. Advancing the “E” in K-12 STEM Education

  2278. MULTIMEDIA PROJECT “CULTURE AND TRADITIONS OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE TARGET LANGUAGE”

  2279. Primary care provider and imaging technician satisfaction with a teledermatology project in rural Veterans Health Administration clinics.

  2280. Project-Based Learning and Rubrics in the Teaching of Power Supplies and Photovoltaic Electricity

  2281. IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVE TEACHING METHODS AND EMERGING TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND REMOTE SENSING SUBJECTS

  2282. Beverage engineers: Creative international STEM project

  2283. CLIL in Tertiary Education: Does it Have Anything to Offer?

  2284. Using videoed stories to convey Indigenous ‘Voices’ in Indigenous Studies

  2285. The role of research and development to improve STS education: experiences from the PLON project

  2286. Crossing over: An undergraduate service learning project that connects to biotechnology education in secondary schools

  2287. Can Middle-School Science textbooks help students learn important ideas? Findings from project 2061’s curriculum evaluation study: Life Science

  2288. Distance Language Education

  2289. Web-based delivery of medical education contents used to facilitate learning of infectology subjects

  2290. Introducing 3D Modeling into Geometry Education at Technical Colleges

  2291. Innovations in undergraduate engineering education through NSF ILI- and NASA JOVE program-sponsored development of a laboratory course sequence in semiconductor materials

  2292. Using Reflective Practice to Enhance Professional Development Through Written, Spoken and Visual Materials☆

  2293. Student-developed laboratory exercises – An approach to cross-disciplinary peer education

  2294. Learning for Success: Distance Education Students’ use of their Learning Materials

  2295. Project Based Construction Education

  2296. The Orphan Legume Genome Whose Time Has Come: Symposium Highlights from the American Peanut Research & Education Society Annual Meeting

  2297. Gaming in Technology Education.

  2298. Learning Language and Intercultural Understanding in Science Classes in Germany

  2299. A MULTILINGUAL DICTIONARY FOR SIGN LANGUAGES : ” SPREAD THE SIGN “

  2300. Children’s Searching Behavior on Browsing and Keyword Online Catalogs: The Science Library Catalog Project

  2301. “Discover Diversities”: A Trans-Inter-Disciplinary (SEMEP) Project for Different School Levels and Teachers’ Training ∗

  2302. “Green Projects to Pavements”: A Project-based Learning Approach to Introducing Sustainability to Civil Engineering Students

  2303. How to Foster the Awareness for Sustainable Development in Vocational Training with the Help of Audits

  2304. Teaching the Basics: Core Competencies in Global Health

  2305. Enhancing Geo-science Education Within a Minority-Serving Preservice Teacher Population

  2306. Work in progress: Using mobile technology to enhance self-efficacy in underrepresented students for engineering education

  2307. YouTube Enhanced Case Teaching in Health Management and Policy

  2308. What Is the Difference between a Calorie and a Carbohydrate?–Exploring Nutrition Education Opportunities in Alternative School Settings.

  2309. A one-year computer-illustrated course in mathematics: a project of the French ministry of education

  2310. Using computers in education: A concerns-based approach to professional development of teachers

  2311. AC 2007-1005: MECHANICS, PROCESS, AND DESIGN SIMULATION OF FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS – A NEW COURSE DEVELOPMENT

  2312. A practitioner’s guide to prescribing antiepileptics and mood stabilizers for adults with intellectual disabilities

  2313. TONS: A Guide to Teaching On-line Sales Courses

  2314. E-training for adult education in mechatronics

  2315. Sexuality education is debated as restrictive programs gain popularity.

  2316. The role of focus groups in health education for cervical cancer among minority women

  2317. IT SPIRAL: A Case Study in Scalable Software Engineering Education

  2318. Teaching “operability” in undergraduate chemical engineering design education

  2319. Japanese program of materials research for fusion reactors

  2320. Nutrition promotion for mature adults: a case study in peer education.

  2321. Family Medicine Curriculum Resource Project: the future.

  2322. Acercar la ciencia a la etapa de infantil: experiencias educativas en torno a talleres desde el Grado de Maestro en Educación Infantil

  2323. The Vis Te Project: Visualization For Improved Technological And Scientific Literacy

  2324. A direct circuit experiment system in non‐immersive virtual environments for education and entertainment

  2325. Development and implementation of outreach strategies for breast and cervical cancer prevention among African American women. FoCaS Project. Forsyth County Cancer Screening.

  2326. Read before you write

  2327. An evaluation of cultural contents and activities in the general English textbook

  2328. BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSES ONLINE SUPPORT

  2329. How to Build an American Classroom Environment in a Chinese Engineering College

  2330. Developing Tutorials for Advanced Physics Students: Processes and Lessons Learned

  2331. Women’s Health Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation.

  2332. HEALTH EDUCATION FOR THE ELDERLY: A SENIOR HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM

  2333. Macroelectronics: A Gateway To Electronics Education

  2334. Burn surge for Los Angeles County, California.

  2335. The Acceptability and Dissemination of Materials to Support Staff Development in Universities and Polytechnics in the United Kingdom

  2336. Materiales Maria Maya: community-based materials development.

  2337. Integrating Design And Manufacturing Concepts To Strengthen Advanced Technological Education Programs

  2338. The instructional use of computers in dental education.

  2339. Integrated science teaching as a challenge for teachers to develop new conceptual structures

  2340. Development and implementation of outreach strategies for breast and cervical cancer prevention among African American women

  2341. Incorporating Web-Based Homework Problems in Engineering Dynamics

  2342. Logo mathematics experiments in the middle schools of Guizhou in the People’s Republic of China

  2343. Education of real-time systems engineers

  2344. Using Computers in K-12 Schools: A Project Presentation and Evaluation

  2345. THE STUDENT ASSESSMENT PROJECT

  2346. [European Core Curriculum for Radiotherapy technologists].

  2347. Practical Teacher Training Through Implementation of Capacity Building Internet Projects

  2348. Simulation as a Tool for Enhancing Commercial Driver Skills: A Systematic Approach to Tailored Training

  2349. Active learning in optics and photonics: experiences in Africa

  2350. A simple wavelength division multiplexing system for active learning teaching

  2351. New pedagogical approaches in engineering mechanics yield increased student understanding, confidence, and commitment

  2352. Successful school management in contexts with challenges (some lessons from practice)

  2353. Effective assessment: probing students’ understanding of natural selection

  2354. Developing written nutrition information for adults with low literacy skills

  2355. A Cognitive Based Approach To The Implementation Of The Introductory Computer Science Programming Sequence

  2356. Teaching user interface development to software engineering and computer science majors

  2357. Connecting Middle School Mathematics to Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

  2358. Bolivia: instruction through interactive radio.

  2359. The development of a helpline for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

  2360. Distance Learning between German and Japanese School Classes Based on a Real Time Video Conference Environment.

  2361. Increasing Teacher Access to Ongoing Computer Training

  2362. Cross-cultural Internet based resource for teaching democracy

  2363. Experiential Learning in Computing Accessibility Education

  2364. Quality and reporting standards, resources, training materials and information for realist evaluation: the RAMESES II project

  2365. New England Wind Energy Education Project (NEWEEP)

  2366. An inter-professional education project to address the health care needs of women transitioning from prison to community reentry.

  2367. Wayang kulit: A multidisciplinary project for engineering education

  2368. Virtual and Augmented Reality for Teaching Materials Science: a Students as Partners and as Producers Project

  2369. Reaching the Hard-To-Reach with Civic Education on the European Union: Insights from a German Model Project

  2370. Integration of Latin American Complementary and Alternative Medicine Topics Into a Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum and Survey of Student Attitudes and Behaviors

  2371. Peptoids advance multidisciplinary research and undergraduate education in parallel: Sequence effects on conformation and lipid interactions

  2372. Additive manufacturing: An education strategy for engineering students

  2373. Immunology Education Without Borders

  2374. The light in their eyes: creating a multicultural education course for doctoral-level students

  2375. Project based learning (PBL) in the teachers’ education

  2376. Professional education of teachers in physical training and health: the experience of Denmark

  2377. Can brachytherapy be properly considered in the clinical practice? Trilogy project: The vision of the AIRO (Italian Association of Radiotherapy and Clinical Oncology) Interventional Radiotherapy study group

  2378. Project-Based Teaching of the Topic “Energy Sources” in Physics via Integrated e-Learning—Pedagogical Research in the 9th Grade at Two Primary Schools in Slovakia

  2379. Update on Healthy Aging: Reading Material on Health Topics for the New Reader and Tutor. Literacy Education for the Elderly Project.

  2380. A Combined Strategy of Additive Manufacturing to Support Multidisciplinary Education in Arts, Biology, and Engineering

  2381. Responsible Research and Innovation in Science Education: the IRRESISTIBLE Project

  2382. 3021 Strengthening Translational Research Through Citizen Scientist Education

  2383. A Comparative Analysis of Computer-Assisted Instruction and Traditional Lecture Instruction for Administration and Management Topics in Physical Therapy Education

  2384. Growth Through Education: The Narratives of Older Adults

  2385. Design, implementation, and evaluation of an online elective course on current topics in pharmacy.

  2386. Delphi Project on the trends in Implant Dentistry in the COVID‐19 era: Perspectives from Latin America

  2387. Managing Diversity: The Challenges of Inter-University Cooperation in Sustainability Education

  2388. Developing multidisciplinary blended learning courses for maritime education with cross-European collaboration

  2389. A novel approach to integrating design into manufacturing and materials education through the fabrication of a scale model cannon

  2390. A Path to Greater Credibility: Large-Scale Collaborative Education Research

  2391. Engineering Education in an Integrated Setting

  2392. The Use of Project Activity in Teaching Mathematics

  2393. Board 76: Bridging the Workforce Skills Gap in High Value Manufacturing through Continuing Education

  2394. Energy and its Transformation – Primary School Project based Education Using Integrated E-learning

  2395. Experience in managing independent clinical research, the best training strategy for future clinical pharmacists: the QOSMOS project

  2396. Wikipedia: A Medical Student Educational Project to Edit Wikipedia in Preparation for Practicing Evidence-Based Pain Medicine

  2397. Uncommon University Initiatives in Arch Bridges Education

  2398. An Experiential Education Approach to Teaching Software Project Management

  2399. TRAINING SPORT COACHES FOR ATHLETES WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES: THE TEAMUP PROJECT

  2400. Inquiry-Based Python Programming at Secondary Schools

  2401. Preparing for Discharge in Pediatric Ventricular Assist Device Supported Patients.

  2402. Condensed-Matter and Materials Physics: Basic Research for Tomorrow’s Technology

  2403. ‘Automotive materials’ education: linking materials science to design and manufacturing challenges in the automotive industry

  2404. Integrating Experiential with Technical: How Materials Science Modules Can Help Redefine the Traditional Engineering Canon

  2405. Educating the educators: international approaches to scaling-up professional development in mathematics and science education. Proceedings of the conference hosted jointly by project mascil (mathematics and science for life) and the German Centre for Mathematics Education (DZLM), 15 -16 December 201

  2406. Youth Disciplinary Identification During Participation in Contemporary Project-Based Science Investigations in School

  2407. Teacher Educators’ Practice and Vision of Good Teaching in Teacher Education Reform Context in Ghana

  2408. MAKING STEM EDUCATION ATTRACTIVE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE BY PRESENTING KEY SCIENTIFIC CHALLENGES AND THEIR IMPACT ON OUR LIFE AND CAREER PERSPECTIVES

  2409. Using Phase Change Materials (PCMs) to Reduce Energy Consumption in Buildings

  2410. Sustainability perspectives on lithium-ion batteries

  2411. If You Give a Kid an Oyster: Reflections on Collaborations in Place-based STEM Education Through Oyster Restoration Science in New York City

  2412. Student Views on Using Smart Boards in Turkish Education.

  2413. The Internet of Things in CS Education: Current Challenges and Future Potential

  2414. EXPLORING ACADEMIC DISHONESTY PRACTICES AMONG SCIENCE EDUCATION UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

  2415. Mapping the future: towards oncology curriculum reform in undergraduate medical education at a Canadian medical school.

  2416. A Case Study Project for Software Engineering Education

  2417. Digital Records Pathways: Topics in Digital Preservation

  2418. Inter-professional peer-assisted learning as a low-threshold course for joint learning: Evaluation results of the interTUT Project

  2419. Quality Improvement Amid a Global Pandemic: A Virtual Curriculum for Medical Students in the Time of COVID-19

  2420. Innovations in undergraduate engineering mechanics education:: use of team-based research-led project methods for large student cohorts

  2421. Doing research in business & management: an essential guide to planning your project

  2422. Exploring Authenticity through an Engineering-Based Context in a Project-Based Learning Mathematics Activity.

  2423. Application and Analysis of a Mobile E-Book System Based on Project-Based Learning in Community Health Nursing Practice Courses

  2424. The Sagan Research Project for Exploring Statistical Parameters of Typical Mechanical Properties

  2425. EVALUATING AUDIO BOOKS AS SUPPORTED COURSE MATERIALS IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: THE EXPERIENCES OF THE BLIND LEARNERS

  2426. Making Sense of Algorithms in Discrete Mathematics

  2427. The BBC micro:bit in Slovakia

  2428. Evaluation of Training for Thoulakhom School Cluster Implementing the Education Development Project for Lao PDR

  2429. Social interactions in distance education: Development of a digital educational material

  2430. AN EVALUATION OF STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEACHING AND LEARNING IN E-HEALTH

  2431. Case study of creativity in asynchronous online discussions

  2432. The Development and Implementation of Innovative Learning Resource with Guided Projects for the Teaching of Carboxylic Acid Topic

  2433. Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future

  2434. Engaging Middle School Students through Locally Focused Environmental Science Project-Based Learning

  2435. Responsible Living: Concepts, Education and Future Perspectives

  2436. Communication Channel Between Teachers and Students in Chemistry Education: WhatsApp

  2437. Women with physical disability in pregnancy resident education: a national survey as a needs assessment for curriculum improvement in obstetrics and gynaecology in Canada

  2438. Radiography education in the spotlight.

  2439. Establishment of the genetic/genomic competency center for education.

  2440. Blogs as a Tool for the Development of Self-Regulated Learning Skills: A Project

  2441. The Connexions Project: Promoting Open Sharing of Knowledge for Education

  2442. Design Thinking as a Strategy for Consensus in General Education Reform

  2443. A Curriculum-Integrated Small Spacecraft Program for Interdisciplinary Education

  2444. The EMBeRS project: employing model-based reasoning in socio-environmental synthesis

  2445. Mathematical knowledge for teaching teachers: The case of history in mathematics education

  2446. Impact of Oral Health Education on Oral Health Knowledge of Private School Children in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia

  2447. Biologia na escola: uma nova estratégia de ensino

  2448. Preparing Biology Teachers to Teach Evolution in a Project-Based Approach

  2449. Creating Activities for After School Robotic Workshop with Ozobot Evo

  2450. Science Fiction in Education: case studies from classroom implementations

  2451. Modern Methods for Management of Large-Scale Open Digital Resources Development

  2452. The teaching of Afro-Brazilian and indigenous culture and history in Brazilian basic education in the 21st century

  2453. Advancing Social Work Practice Research Education – An Innovative, Experiential Pedagogical Approach

  2454. A Design Methodology Using Prototyping Based on the Digital-Physical Models in the Architectural Design Process

  2455. Game AI Competitions: An Open Platform for Computational Intelligence Education [Educational Forum]

  2456. Innovations In Construction Engineering Education: Rudiments Of A Senior Level Topics Course

  2457. Introducing the Concepts of Advocacy and Social Determinants of Health Within the Pediatric Clerkship

  2458. Community education by advanced pharmacy practice experience students: Increasing electronic cigarette awareness amongst teens.

  2459. Using human case studies to teach evolution in high school A.P. biology classrooms

  2460. Case Studies for Enhancing Student Engagement and Active Learning in Software V&V Education

  2461. A large-scale pilot study on game-based learning and blended learning methodologies in undergraduate programming courses

  2462. Using Pre-lesson Materials and Quizzes to Improve Student Readiness and Performance

  2463. E-Learning in Science and Technology via a Common Learning Platform in a Lifelong Learning Project

  2464. Online Teaching Skills and Competencies.

  2465. The new face-to-face education: Scalable live-engagement

  2466. Web textbook for descriptive geometry

  2467. Undergraduate Climate Education: Motivations, Strategies, Successes, and Support

  2468. Biophysics software for interdisciplinary education and research

  2469. Optimizing Learning in Project-Based Capstone Courses

  2470. An ecological perspective on learner-constructed learning spaces

  2471. The role of nutrition education for correct nutrition in toddlers

  2472. Satellite-delivered medical education and training for Central Europe: a TEMPUS project

  2473. E-learning materials to study properties of liquid crystals at university level and in schools

  2474. Addressing primary school science problems through materials developed by science educators and drama in education specialists

  2475. Polymer Education in Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  2476. Internet-Based Business Simulation for the International Education of Industrial and Systems Engineers – An Interdisciplinary Scientific Long-Term Project

  2477. Enhancing Undergraduate Education Through Research-based Learning: A Longitudinal Case Study

  2478. Learning Science in Grades 3–8 Using Probeware and Computers: Findings from the TEEMSS II Project

  2479. Doing Research in Business and Management: an essential guide to planning your project

  2480. GRACE and the development of an education and training curriculum.

  2481. Fiscal policies, public investments and wellbeing: mapping the evolution of the EU

  2482. Linking Health Education and Health Care Service Information via the WWW: The Health-aware Project

  2483. Community-produced materials for health education.

  2484. EFFECT OF PROBLEM BASED APPROACH ON MEDICAL STUDENTS’ LEARNING SATISFACTION AND UNDERSTANDING IN THE HISTOLOGY COURSE TOPICS

  2485. Effectiveness of web-based education on Kenyan and Brazilian adolescents’ knowledge about HIV/AIDS, abortion law, and emergency contraception: findings from TeenWeb.

  2486. Pedagogical Value of Polling-Place Observation by Students

  2487. Education in quantum and structural chemistry on the WWW—a multimedia project

  2488. Patient safety – Development, implementation and evaluation of an inter-professional teaching concept

  2489. What Can Be Achieved With Motivation-Based Teaching of Medical Students? A Monocentric Retrospective Audit of Retention Among Highly Motivated Graduates Who Underwent the Learning-by-Doing Concept in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine

  2490. SMILE: Simple, Mental Health, Initiative in Learning and Education.

  2491. Gender Issues in Computer Science: Lessons Learnt and Reflections for the Future

  2492. From Metadata Creation to Metadata Quality Control: Continuing Education Needs Among Cataloging and Metadata Professionals

  2493. Towards a new library of resources for higher education learning and teaching

  2494. Building Relationships by Avoiding the “Show-and-Go”: A STEM Project for High Schools

  2495. A Graduate Magnetic Design Course in a Power Electronics-Oriented Curriculum

  2496. Developing a Tabletop Exercise to Test Community Resilience: Lessons from the Los Angeles County Community Disaster Resilience Project

  2497. ENGINEERING INVENTIONS: DESIGN OF A PROJECT BASED INTEGRATED COURSE

  2498. Modernized teaching material and methodology for road safety educators

  2499.  Enhancing Engineering Education through Engineering Management

  2500. Analisis Trend Topik Pengembangan Rekayasa Perangkat Lunak dalam mendukung Strategi Kurikulum Perguruan Tinggi

  2501. Factors for success in collaboration between high- and low-income countries: Developing a physiotherapy education programme in Sudan

  2502. A framework for teaching the fundamentals of additive manufacturing and enabling rapid innovation

  2503. Teaching Refugee Learners with Interrupted Education in Science: Vocabulary, literacy and pedagogy

  2504. Developing Critical Thinking Skills and an Understanding of Social Justice in Engineering Education

  2505. Meaningful learning in medical science by self-directed approach of – Concept mapping

  2506. International networking for sexuality education: a politically sensitive subject

  2507. Enhancing Materials Research Through Innovative 3D Environments and Interactive Manuals for Data Visualization and Analysis

  2508. Factors influencing food choices, dietary intake, and nutrition-related attitudes among African Americans: Application of a culturally sensitive model

  2509. Incorporating Adult Learning Methods and Project Based Learning in Laboratory Metrology Courses | NIST

  2510. Nutrition sciences as part of school education on secondary level

  2511. Engaging Students in Sustainability Education and Awareness of Green Engineering Design and Careers through a Pre-Engineering Program

  2512. “Education for Employment” in Tanzania

  2513. Sickle cell in the university curriculum: a survey assessing demand for open-access educational materials in a constructed community of interest

  2514. The nature of a project

  2515. Deconstructing and reconstructing: Transforming primary science learning via a mobilized curriculum

  2516. Web-based Mathematics Education Pilot Project

  2517. IMPACTING UNDERGRADUATE NANO-SCIENCE AND NANO-ENGINEERING EDUCATION

  2518. Broadening education in bioethics

  2519. A Drama Project about Older People’s Intimacy and Sexuality

  2520. The impact of online toxicology training on Fijian emergency doctors’ knowledge: the Global Educational Toxicology Uniting Project (GETUP)

  2521. Applying Innovative Frameworks to Foster Inclusive Learning in Engineering Students

  2522. Implementation of ICT in Education

  2523. JSAV: the JavaScript algorithm visualization library

  2524. Virtual learning spaces in distance education: tools for the EVA project

  2525. Perception of dental faculty and student regarding class attendance and final performance

  2526. Gender variation in signs of sexual behaviour in Hong Kong Sign Language

  2527. Blended learning: e‐patients and patient perspectives in ophthalmology

  2528. Assessment, Accountability, and Honors Education

  2529. Student‐as‐teacher: the creation of a medical student‐driven education elective

  2530. The Effect of Use of Learning Resources in Teaching Social Education and Ethics in Bungoma District, Kenya

  2531. Web-based Training in German University Eye Hospitals – Education 2.0?

  2532. A Literature Review of School Practices to Overcome School Failure

  2533. The Virtual Man Project’s CD-ROM “Voice Assessment: Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology & Medicine”, Vol.1

  2534. Engaging Inner-City Fathers in Breastfeeding Support.

  2535. Material Models of Ruled Surfaces as Witnesses to the Development of Mathematical Teaching

  2536. AC 2010-1263: STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF ATOMIC BONDS AND THEIR RELATION TO MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF METALS IN AN INTRODUCTORY MATERIALS SCIENCE ENGINEERING COURSE

  2537. Promoting Pedagogical Experimentation: Using a Wiki in Graduate Level Education

  2538. Active Learning Environment for Achieving Higher-Order Thinking Skills in Engineering Education

  2539. Students views on engineering mechanics education and the implications for educators

  2540. Peer Teaching and Learner-Generated Materials: Introducing Students to New Roles

  2541. Teaching Sustainable Engineering and Industrial Ecology using a Hybrid Problem-Project Based Learning Approach

  2542. Abstracts From the Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG) and Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO).

  2543. What Is Published About Special Education In Arab Countries? A Preliminary Analysis

  2544. Teachers’ Attitudes Toward the Use of Technology in Social Studies Teaching

  2545. Environmental impacts of nanomaterials: providing comprehensive information on exposure, transport and ecotoxicity – the project DaNa2.0

  2546. A Successful Quality Improvement Project to Improve Infant Safe Sleep Practice

  2547. Sherd Project (Secure Heritage, Exhibition, Research and Didactics). Towards a DigiDactic Museum of the Aegean and Cypriote ceramic collection, University of Florence

  2548. Sometimes you can’t make it on your own: the impact of a professionalism curriculum on the attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors of an academic plastic surgery practice.

  2549. Design Education from Kindergarten to PhD – Design Learning for Tomorrow: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers

  2550. Toward a Race-Conscious Pedagogy in Legal Education

  2551. Assessment: attitudes, practices and needs

  2552. Insights about the process and impact of implementing nursing guidelines on delivery of care in hospitals and community settings

  2553. Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture

  2554. Best Practices for Teaching Accessibility in University Classrooms: Cultivating Awareness, Understanding, and Appreciation for Diverse Users

  2555. Teaching students in project management – a survey from a project semester

  2556. Interdisciplinary Paths to Cultural Competencies and Global Awareness: The San Antonio Project

  2557. Analyzing Semi-Structured Interviews Using Thematic Analysis: Exploring Voluntary Civic Participation Among Adults

  2558. Scaffolding learner autonomy in a wiki-supported knowledge building community and its implications for mindset change

  2559. My Heart, My Art: A novel Nepali medical student art project and the link to learning

  2560. What do people search online concerning the “elusive” fibromyalgia? Insights from a qualitative and quantitative analysis of Google Trends

  2561. Lesson Study (LS): Memahamkan “masalah penelitian” kepada mahasiswa

  2562. Promoting political participation through adult education

  2563. Hypermedia and Educational Systems. Systems for Enhancing Medical Education: Computer-Based Exercises in Anemia and Chest Pain Diagnosis: An Interim Evaluation of the PlanAlyzer Project

  2564. 13th European Headache Federation Congress 2019 – Abstracts

  2565. Student-selected component in the medical curriculum: investigations and psychiatric referral for paracetamol overdose in an accident and emergency department

  2566. Situated Learning and Engagement in Distance Education

  2567. Best Practices for Developing, Assessing, and Sustaining Inclusive Curricula: Proceedings of the 2017 Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience Workshop.

  2568. Recent advances in networking

  2569. Non-Formal Energy Education in the Context of Sustainability: Perspective of Latvian Educators

  2570. Discipline-Specific Language Learning in a Mainstream Computer Science Classroom: Using a Genre-Based Approach

  2571. Participating dentists’ assessment of the pilot regional online videoconferencing in dentistry (PROVIDENT) project

  2572. Integrating nanophotonic concepts and topics into optics curricula

  2573. BORROWING FROM HACKATHONS: OVERNIGHT DESIGNATHONS AS A TEMPLATE FOR CREATIVE IDEA HUBS IN THE SPACE OF HANDS-ON LEARNING, DIGITAL LEARNING, AND SYSTEMS RE-THINKING

  2574. Advancing Sustainable Engineering Practice Through Education and Undergraduate Research Projects

  2575. Work in progress – Preview, Exercise, Teaching and Learning in digital electronics education

  2576. Development and evaluation of a garden-enhanced nutrition education curriculum for elementary schoolchildren

  2577. Participatory Education for Sustainable Agriculture: Everyone a Teacher, Everyone a Learner

  2578. A Cross-Curricular Approach to the Development of Data Literacy in the Middle-Grades: The Thinking with Data Project.

  2579. The Virtual Pompeii Project

  2580. The Professional Guide: A Resource for Preparing Capstone Design Students to Function Effectively on Industry-sponsored Project Teams

  2581. Provision of Research Support Services to ODL Learners by Tutors: A Focus on the Zimbabwe Open University’s Bachelor of Education (Educational Management) Research Students’ Supervision Experiences

  2582. Heart disease nutrition education program increases familiarity with heart-healthy lifestyle recommendations.

  2583. CHEMISTRY EDUCATION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN EUROPE 2000, Vol

  2584. Fostering the Biosecurity Norm: Biosecurity Education for the Next Generation of Life Scientists

  2585. Parent Group Guide: Topics for Families of Young Children with Handicaps.

  2586. Incorporating resident research into the dermatology residency program

  2587. Effective Teaching with Technology in Higher Education: Foundation for Success (review)

  2588. Encouraging scientific thinking and fostering scientific careers in the environment of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

  2589. Nanoscience and nanotechnology in the posthype era.

  2590. Introducing a virtual learning environment and learning objects into higher education courses

  2591. It’s not all about the learner: re-framing students’ digital literacy as sociomaterial practice

  2592. Cutting-edge social media approaches to business education : teaching with LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Second Life, and blogs

  2593. Teaching ethical dilemmas in LIS coursework

  2594. The Badges Program: A Self-Directed Learning Guide for Residents for Conducting Research and a Successful Peer-Reviewed Publication

  2595. Construction and validation of a long-channel membrane test cell for representative monitoring of performance and characterization of fouling over the length of spiral-wound membrane modules

  2596. Using fotonovelas to promote healthy eating in a Latino community.

  2597. Sexuality and relationships education in the Greek primary schools—see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil

  2598. The Senior Project: Using the Literature of Distinguished Economists

  2599. Exploring the Effects of Online Academic Help-Seeking and Flipped Learning on Improving Students’ Learning

  2600. Embedding Renewable Energy Concepts into Engineering Curriculum

  2601. Teaching ‘Evolution readiness’ to fourth graders

  2602. Introducing Social Relevance and Global Context into the Introduction to Heat Transfer Course

  2603. Web-Assisted Education: From Evaluation to Learning

  2604. De Emile Zola a Jose Saramago: Interfaces didaticas entre as ciencias naturais e a literatura universal

  2605. Growing Plants Without Soil for Experimental Use

  2606. Rational number and proportional reasoning in early secondary school: towards principled improvement in mathematics

  2607. Needs and challenges for online language teachers – the ECML project DOTS

  2608. What is a Good Research Project

  2609. Lecture Notes on Microeconomics

  2610. Higher Education in Sudan and Knowledge Management Applications

  2611. Professional Resources

  2612. Valuing Music Education

  2613. History of science and science education

  2614. From the perception of science to the design of teaching materials

  2615. Web Based Tools And Course Materials For Teaching Capstone Design Internationally

  2616. Concrete Towers for Onshore and Offshore Wind Farms

  2617. Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes

  2618. The Interdisciplinary Imperative: Interactive Research and Education, Still an Elusive Goal in Academia. (Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus)

  2619. Truly Interactive Textbooks for Computer Science Education

  2620. The Interdisciplinary Imperative: Interactive Research and Education, Still an Elusive Goal in Academia. (Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus)

  2621. Truly Interactive Textbooks for Computer Science Education

  2622. Computers and Society – Computing for Good

  2623. Engineering creativity support for future research and development

  2624. The value of resident presentations at scientific meetings

  2625. Connectivism as a Learning Theory for the Digital Age

  2626. Four Ways to Expand the Foundation for CPED’s Social Justice Framework

  2627. A pilot project to design culturally-relevant curriculum for Movima indigenous students in the Bolivian Amazon

  2628. TEACHING ENGLISH FOR TOURISM IN BALI BASED ON LOCAL CULTURE: WHAT DO STUDENTS NEED?

  2629. A Modification of Think Pair Share to Make it More Learner-Centered by Using Student-Generated Questions

  2630. WEB 2.0 in education: Do we really always need it?

  2631. Teaching Freshman Design Using a Flipped Classroom Model

  2632. Growing student voice in curriculum decisions at the university

  2633. Who’s afraid of sex at school? The politics of researching culture, religion and sexuality at school

  2634. A “Bottom-Up” Approach to Engineering Education in Nanotechnology

  2635. Barriers to using E Learning in an Advanced Way

  2636. Sustainable Undergraduate Engineering 3-D Printing Lab

  2637. Educating the “More” in Holistic Transpersonal Higher Education: A 30+ Year Perspective on the Approach of the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

  2638. The PBL projects: where we’ve been and where we are going

  2639. Project Based Freshman Engineering Experience: The Core Course

  2640. Issues in making the transition from traditional teaching to project based learning

  2641. Catalogue of Interactive Learning Objectives to improve an Integrated Medical and Dental Curriculum.

  2642. Feasibility of combining e-health for patients with e-learning for students using synchronous technologies.

  2643. Not As Bad As It Seems: Teaching Probability And Statistics In Civil Engineering

  2644. Cataloging and metadata education in North American LIS programs

  2645. The social impact of the arts

  2646. Introducing undergraduate students to science

  2647. Quality of Earnings: An Introduction to the Issues in Accounting Education Special Issue

  2648. Numerical Data Fitting in Dynamical Systems

  2649. Materializing Democracy: Toward a Revitalized Cultural Politics

  2650. Title Robots and Romeo and Juliet : Studying Teacher Integration of Robotics Into Middle School Curricula

  2651. ‘Let’s Save Energy!’: incorporating an environmental education dimension in the teaching of energy

  2652. An analysis of the need for ES and AI in accounting education

  2653. Usability: A Teaching and School Service Project.

  2654. Modeling and managing student satisfaction: use of student feedback to enhance learning experience

  2655. Informatics: The Tiger Project

  2656. Evolving models for global medical technology education

  2657. Community Physician Education in Geriatrics: Applying the Assessing Care of Vulnerable Elders Model with a Multisite Primary Care Group

  2658. Improving Science Literacy Through Project Based K 12 Outreach Efforts That Use Energy And Environmental Themes

  2659. Formative Evaluation of EFNEP Curriculum: Ensuring the Eating Smart • Being Active Curriculum Is Theory Based.

  2660. Supply Chain Engineering

  2661. An Introduction to Applied Bioinformatics: a free, open, and interactive text.

  2662. Improvising Teaching and Learning Aids in Classes of Geography in Ogun State (Nigeria) Senior Secondary School (SSS)

  2663. Teaching Health Literacy Using Popular Television Programming

  2664. Resources for media literacy: mediating the research about children and media

  2665. The changing world of higher education: Where do language centres fit in?

  2666. James Mill’s common place books and their intellectual context, 1773-1836

  2667. What Knowledge Is Important to a Software

  2668. Service Learning as Marketing Pedagogy: Practical, Theoretical and Institutional Perspectives

  2669. Project MERLOT: Bringing Peer Review to Web-Based Educational Resources

  2670. Gamification-Based Cyber-Enabled Learning Environment of Software Testing

  2671. Teaching physiology by combined passive (pedagogical) and active (andragogical) methods.

  2672. The Assessment Of A Hybrid On Line/In Class Course Developed At Multiple Universities

  2673. WME: a Web-based Mathematics Education System for Teaching and Learning

  2674.  
  2675. Collaborative Research and Education in the Design and Building of a Net- Zero Energy Solar Powered House – Testimony of a Solar Decathlon 2013 Entry

  2676. Teacher Motivation in India

  2677. Distance learning components in CS and GIS courses

  2678. The inclusion of STS material in the most frequently used secondary science textbooks in the U.S.

  2679. Narrative Review: The Promotion of Gabapentin: An Analysis of Internal Industry Documents

  2680. Embedding English Language in an Accounting Subject: A Case of Interactive Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Learning

  2681. Teaching HCI in a crowded computing curriculum

  2682. Is Evidence in Practice?

  2683. Comparing modern methods of active & collaborative learning & learner-centered teaching to traditional lectures

  2684. Experiences gained using a set of SCORM compliant reusable learning objects for teaching programming

  2685. Teaching Software Engineering Management – Issues and Perspectives

  2686. History, philosophy, and science teaching: The present rapprochement

  2687. Can The Use Of QR Codes Enhance M-Learning InA Blended Learning Environment?

  2688. Teaching Systems Engineering by Examining Engineering Education Systems

  2689. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis: A template for addressing the social dimension in the study of socio- scientific issues

  2690. Desegregating Multiculturalism: Problems in the Theory and Pedagogy of Diversity Education

  2691. An example of project-based learning using a laboratory gantry-crane

  2692. Exploiting research results in ICT to extend the scope of educational activities

  2693. Connecting Beliefs with Research on Effective Undergraduate Education

  2694. The World Wide Web–a new tool for biomedical engineering education.

  2695. I, microbiologist: a discovery-based course in microbial ecology and molecular evolution

  2696. MEMSEdu: a project for developing an Internet course for teaching basic MEMS technologies and applications

  2697. An Alternative Approach: Teaching Evolution in a Natural History Museum Through the Topic of Vector-Borne Disease

  2698. Child advocacy training: curriculum outcomes and resident satisfaction.

  2699. Use of the Automated Readability Index for Evaluating Peer-Prepared Material for Use in Adult Reading Education.

  2700. Developing engineering-oriented educational workshops within a student branch

  2701. Teaching critical thinking skills in a Hong Kong secondary school

  2702. Snapshots of Interactive Multimedia at Work Across the Curriculum in Deaf Education: Implications for Public Address Training

  2703. Teaching Ethics to High School Students: Virtue Meets Economics.

  2704. Using the Computer Algebra System Maple to Generate Research Questions for Pre-Service Teachers in a Capstone Course

  2705. PACS: A Guide to the Digital Revolution

  2706. Employment of University Graduates Across the Post-soviet Space: Problems and Solutions (The Example of Kazakhstan)

  2707. Montessori mathematics in early childhood education

  2708. RadNotes: a novel software development tool for radiology education.

  2709. Building a Cooperative Learning Environment in a Flipped Classroom

  2710. Against All Odds: Tales of Survival of the Foundational Approaches in Science Teaching (FAST) Project.

  2711. More than Social Media: Using Twitter with Preservice Teachers as a Means of Reflection and Engagement in Communities of Practice.

  2712. International perspectives on research capacity building

  2713. Fostering Capacity, Equality, and Responsibility (and Single-Sex Education): In Honor of Linda McClain

  2714. The Big Book of Special Education Resources

  2715. Gender education through creating Internet theatre in education

  2716. Pulp Fibers for Papermaking and Cellulose Dissolution

  2717. Work in progress: Integration of topic modules and organization of session flow for the First-Year Seminar course in engineering to motivate and sustain student learning

  2718. HYPERMED: a way to Apply Hypermedia in Medical Education

  2719. Teaching Software Engineering in Primary and Secondary Schools

  2720. Functional food science in Japan: state of the art.

  2721. Matching Assessment to the Curriculum in a Systemic Science Reform Project.

  2722. Bangladesh [population education in countries of the region].

  2723. Directing the choral music program

  2724. Teachers in Action

  2725. The ‘childcare champion’? New Labour, social justice and the childcare market

  2726. A Review of IRIS: An Online Resource Center for Educators

  2727. Universal Design: Online Educational Media for Students with Disabilities

  2728. Society of Biomolecular Imaging and Informatics special issue.

  2729. The Scholar Project

  2730. Steven G. Penoncello: Thermal energy systems: Design and analysis

  2731. Exploring the Influence of a Physical Education Listserv on K-12 Physical Educators

  2732. The Integration Of Mathematics Into Precollege Engineering: The Search For Explicit Connections

  2733. IN4WOOD: DEVELOPING AN ONLINE AND FREE TRAINING COURSE TO ADAPT THE CURRICULA OF WORKERS AND MANAGERS OF WOOD AND FURNITURE SECTOR TO THE SKILLS REQUIRED BY INDUSTRY 4.0

  2734. Attaining Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the Primary School Classroom

  2735. Update on the Discrete Element Method in Engineering Education

  2736. Contribution to the understanding of typology and importance of forest-related conflicts in South East Europe region

  2737. Managing Agile Projects

  2738. European Efforts in Earth Science and Climate Change Education

  2739. Towards personalized Internet health information: the STEPPS architecture

  2740. The Convergence of Digital Storytelling and Popular Culture in Graduate Education

  2741. Design of digital learning material for bioprocess-engineering-education

  2742. An inquiry-based laboratory on friction

  2743. Expanding the Frontiers in Green Engineering Education

  2744. Cumulative achievement testing: Progress testing in reverse

  2745. The Role of Teaching History for a Nation-Building Process in a Post-Conflict Society: The Case of Macedonia

  2746. Innovations in undergraduate control education

  2747. Essential Element Examples Of Elementary Engineering In Elementary Education

  2748. FOR COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IN LARGE COLLEGE CLASSES

  2749. Levels of Technology Implementation (LoTi): A Framework for Measuring Classroom Technology Use.

  2750. Of Student Teachers and Avatars: Working Towards an Effective Model for Geographically Distributed Learning Communities of Pre-Service Educators Using Virtual Worlds.

  2751. Infusing Technology and Literacy into the Undergraduate Teacher Education Curriculum through the Use of Electronic Portfolios.

  2752. Student-Made Video Projects in a Computer Technology Course

  2753. Family physicians’ perceptions of academic detailing: a quantitative and qualitative study

  2754. A Review of the Literature on Second Language Learning.

  2755. Feel, Act! to Stop Marine Litter: Lesson plans and activities for middle school learners

  2756. Involving patients in the education of health care professionals

  2757. Continuing professional development for RMIT International University Vietnam library staff: Adding value through an international partnership: A case study

  2758. Developing A Computer Based Simulated Environment To Learn On Structural Failures

  2759. Ethics and Ethic Codex in the Teaching Process.

  2760. An analysis of the book our world through english from the perspective of the constructionist theory and the communicative approach

  2761. The Nicaragua radio mathematics project.

  2762. The Art of the Matter: The Importance of using Art in the College Classroom to Promote Creativity and Reinforce Lessons

  2763. Jumping on the YouTube bandwagon? Using digital video clips to develop personalised learning strategies

  2764. Manifestações de egressos de um curso de enfermagem

  2765. An Analysis of the Reflection Component in the EPICS Model of Service Learning

  2766. E-learning in teacher professional development in innovation and formative guidance on modern physics: the case of IDIFO Master’s Programs

  2767. Wolf as a model organism for high school biology instruction

  2768. Education Of Agricultural Producers Intended To Improve Farm Operations And Management

  2769. Are We Preparing the Next Generation? K-12 Teacher Knowledge and Engagement in Teaching Core STEM Practices

  2770. Information seeking and information retrieval : The core of the information curriculum?

  2771. SHARING EXPERIENCE IN ENGINEERING DESIGN EDUCATION: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND FUTURE PLANS

  2772. Transitions and Challenges

  2773. Completing a life: development of an interactive multimedia CD-ROM for patient and family education in end-of-life care.

  2774. Design for sustainability : a sourcebook of integrated, eco-logical solutions

  2775. Variables Affecting Success in Economic Education: Preliminary Findings from a New Data Base

  2776. Engaging safety delegates in a collaborative ship design process

  2777. The wheel has already been invented: Facilitating students’ use of existing mechanics resources

  2778. Determining “Best Practice” Methodologies in the Pedagogy of Tourism Related Fieldwork.

  2779. Running head: ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL CAMPUS BASED EDUCATION Impact of Online Education on Traditional Campus-based Education

  2780. The development and implementation of a method of collaborative learning for first year philosophy tutorials

  2781. Learning Well at Work: Choices for Quality.

  2782. DETERMINATION OF STATURE FROM ARM SPAN AMONG STUDENTS OF BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY

  2783. 3D First Person Shooter PC Game

  2784. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE INNOVATIONS, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT 2015, IN THE NIGERIAN JUSTICE SYSTEM

  2785. A DYNAMIC MODEL OF SOCIAL MEDIA MONITORING TOOLS WITH SENTIMENT ANALYSIS

  2786. A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE FOR ICSID ARBITRATION REFORMS: THE BENEFITS FOR NIGERIA OIL & GAS SECTOR

  2787. ACHIEVING THE MDG 4: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF CHILD HEALTH SERVICES IN THE PUBLIC PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN NNEWI NORTH LGA OF ANAMBRA STATE.

  2788. EXAMINE THE CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH IN NIGERIA BETWEEN 1981 AND 2019.

  2789. AN ANALYSIS OF OBASANJO ADMINISTRATION IN INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY

  2790. AN APPLICATION FOR ONLINE COMMODITY AND DELIVERY SYSTEM

  2791. AN APPRAISAL OF THE RIGHTS OF VICTIMS, WITNESSES AND DEFENDANTS UNDER THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTCE ACT (ACJA) 2015

  2792. AN ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA’S ROLE IN THE ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS): 1999-2020

  2793. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS OF AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT IN NIGERIA: 1981-2018.

  2794. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF STOCK MARKET DEVELOPMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA.

  2795. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS FOR DEALING WITH CORRUPTION IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVICE, 1999-2020

  2796. AN EXAMINATION OF GENDER- BASED VIOLENCE IN AFRICA; A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RAPE CULTURE IN NIGERIA

  2797. iSight: An Object Recognition Application for Visually Impaired Individuals

  2798. ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SELECTED BANKS IN NIGERIA

  2799. ANALYSIS OF THE PRICE AND INCOME ELASTICITIES OF ENERGY DEMAND IN NIGERIA. (1980-2019)

  2800. ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL SURGES IN AJAOKUTA POWER SYSTEM NETWORK, NIGERIA

  2801. ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC DEBT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1981-2019)

  2802. A STUDY OF POWER FACTOR IMPACT ON ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN AJAOKUTA STEEL COMPANY LIMITED, NIGERIA

  2803. COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  INHIBITORY  POTENTIALS  OF GARLIC AND TUMERIC IN TREATMENT OF VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS

  2804. DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEURAL MACHINE TRANSLATION SYSTEM (LET’S TALK) FOR THE TRANSLATION OF HYAM TO ENGLISH

  2805. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR WALID HALAL SPICES

  2806. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES SYSTEM FOR HALLMARK AUTOMOBILE SERVICES

  2807. DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF A BATTERY/SUPERCAPACITOR HYBRID STORAGE SYSTEM FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY APPLICATIONS

  2808. DETERMINATION OF STATURE FROM ARM SPAN AMONG STUDENTS OF BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY

  2809. DEVELOPMENT OF ARDUINO-BASED COUNTER SYSTEM

  2810. EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE, ABUJA

  2811. EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TREATMENT OF FINE-GRAINED LATERITIC SOIL USING SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH (SCBA) FOR USE IN MODERN DAY CONSTRUCTION

  2812. FLOODING IN NIGERIAN CITIES: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. A Case Study of Aba Urban, Abia State, Nigeria.

  2813. DETERMINATION OF STATURE FROM ARM SPAN AMONG STUDENTS OF BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY

  2814. PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNIZATION OF CHILDREN AMONG THE ILLITERATE MOTHERS IN OBA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

  2815. EFFECTS OF TRAINING AND HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT ON STAFF PERFORMANCE IN WACOT RICE LIMITED ARGUNGU

  2816. EFFECTS OF TRAINING ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY ON AIRTEL NETWORKS LIMITED, ABUJA

  2817. EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE, ABUJA.

  2818. EXAMINE THE ROOT CAUSES AND LONGEVITY OF XENOPHOBIA IN SOUTH AFRICA

  2819. EXAMINING THE CHALLENGES OF PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY IN NIGERIA: A CASE OF THE UNITED NATIONS (UN)

  2820. EXCHANGE RATE DEREGULATION AND HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA, 1986-2015.

  2821. GENDER PARITY IN NIGERIA: EXAMINING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL GENDER POLICY IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (2011 – 2019)

  2822. IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  2823. IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  2824. IMPACTS OF FIRM SIZE ON RETURN ON ASSETS OF LISTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN NIGERIA

  2825. IMPLICATIONS OF THE APPLICATION OF SANCTIONS ON BROADCAST STATIONS BY THE NBC USING CHANNELS TELEVISION AS A FOCAL POINT OF STUDY

  2826. INVESTIGATE THE MAIN CAUSES OF INFERTILITY IN THE MALES IN THE COUPLES IN THE STATED RANGE

  2827. MODELLING AND OPTIMIZATION OF A HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEM FOR GSM BASE TRANSCEIVER STATION SITES IN EMERGING CITIES

  2828. MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE, ABUJA.

  2829. Workshop on Pedagogy and Integrated Medical and Dental Curriculum: Using concepts in academic achievement analysis.

  2830. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND EMPLOYEES’ PRODUCTIVITY IN AFRICA INDEPENDENT TELEVISION (AIT), ABUJA

  2831. PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNIZATION OF CHILDREN AMONG THE ILLITERATE MOTHERS IN OBA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

  2832. THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A DISPATCH/LOGISTICS (DELIVERY) WEBSITE

  2833. THE DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF SNIFFING ON NETWORKS

  2834. THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HOME OF GROCERIES TRADER APPLICATION

  2835. THE IMPACT OF BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA(STUDY BORNO STATE)

  2836. THE IMPACT OF EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  2837. THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT AGRICULTURAL EXPENDITURE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  2838. THE IMPACT OF MARKETING STRATEGY ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF AN ORGANIZATION: A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK NIGERIA PLC

  2839. THE IMPACT OF YOUTH ON PEACE BUILDING AND POST-CONFLICT DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH-SUDAN

  2840. THE INFLUENCE OF FILM AS A MASS MEDIUM ON SECOND-WAVE MILLENNIALS – A STUDY OF NIGERIAN YOUTH CULTURE

  2841. THE ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL ON INDUSTRIAL GROWTH IN NIGERIA FROM (1981-2019)

  2842. RESPONSE OF Jatropha curcas L. TO FUNGAL PATHOGENS IN SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA

  2843. Unemployment

  2844. UNE ÉTUDE COMPARÉE DES CONJONCTIONS EN FRANÇAIS ET EN ESAN

  2845. The Effects of Authentic Tasks on Preservice Teachers’ Attitudes towards Classes and Problem Solving Skills.

  2846. Supporting Technological Literacy Through The Integration Of Engineering, Mathematic, Scientific, And Technological Concepts

  2847. Mathematics and chemical engineering

  2848. Capturing curricula.

  2849. Learning Well at Work: Choices for Quality.

  2850. Completing a life: development of an interactive multimedia CD-ROM for patient and family education in end-of-life care.

  2851. E-learning for empowering the rural people in Bangladesh opportunities and challenges

  2852. Promoting Service Learning Via Online Instruction

  2853. A Project on Fast Trajectory Replanning for Computer Games for “ Introduction to Artificial Intelligence ” Classes

  2854. Videoconference and collaborative knowledge construction. From Theory to Practice: “ODYSSEUS 2011: Environment – Mediterranean Sea “ΚAPETAN SOS” Energy revolution – Renewable Energy”

  2855. Active Learning Approaches in Engineering Design Courses

  2856. Reflections on teaching observations and the use of a personal development journal in medical teacher education

  2857. Scientific and Technical Visualization in Technology Education.

  2858. Project LIVE: A Classroom for Students on the Go

  2859. Innovations in education and clinical practice

  2860. Gender-Related Considerations for Developing the Text of Art Instructional Materials.

  2861. Aprender Enseñando: Elaboración de Materiales Didácticos que facilitan el Aprendizaje Autónomo

  2862. The National Workshop to Develop the Chiropractic Research Agenda.

  2863. STEM, Teens, and Public Libraries: It’s Easier Than You Think!

  2864. ViLM: Visualization of Learning and Teaching Strategies with Multimedia in Teacher Education

  2865. Turning point article to root or not to root, that is the question: Reflections of a developmental plant physiologist

  2866. Agroforestry training and education at ICRAF: accomplishments and challenges

  2867. Community Living Lab as a Collaborative Innovation Environment

  2868. AC 2009-2144: INDUSTRY-STUDENT PARTNERSHIPS IN DEVELOPMENT AND SHARING OF EDUCATIONAL CONTENT INVOLVING LABVIEW

  2869. Evaluation of the e-Learning material developed by EMERALD and EMIT for diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy.

  2870. The trouble with teamwork: a discursive investigation

  2871. In-Service Elementary Mathematics Teachers’ Views of Errors in the Classroom

  2872. International trends in education and training in occupational hygiene

  2873. The Brightly Illuminated Path: Facilitating an OER Program at Community College

  2874. Joseph A. Labuta and His Life in Music Education: An Oral History

  2875. Lazer e saúde, nos currículos dos cursos de graduação em Educação Física

  2876. Strengthening Native American Pathways To Science And Engineering Education

  2877. Re Engineering Technician Education For The New Millennium

  2878. Laboratory Projects Appropriate for Nonengineers and Introduction toEngineering

  2879. A conceptual framework based on ontologies for knowledge management in e-learning systems

  2880. Developing a Comprehensive Online Transfer Engineering Curriculum: Designing an Online Introduction to Engineering Course

  2881. Laboratory Projects Appropriate for Nonengineers and Introduction toEngineering

  2882. Interactive Dramaturgies: New Approaches in Multimedia Content and Design

  2883. BLENDED LEARNING AND ITS POTENTIAL IN EXPANDING VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE: A CASE STUDY

  2884. An Ethnographic Study of Preservice Teacher Resistance to Multiculturalism: Implications for Teaching.

  2885. Technology Enabled Content In Engineering Science Curriculum

  2886. A Comparative Evaluation of an Educational Program Designed to Enable Mechanical Engineering Students to Develop Global Competence

  2887. Inclusion of an Integrated Team Based Learning Session in First Year Histology is well Received, but who Fares well and who Benefits?

  2888. Automated Topic Spotting Provides Added Efficiency in a Chat Based Tutoring Environment

  2889. Teaching Digital Multimedia as a Component of Business Education

  2890. Reading Comprehension and Metacognition in Science: Status, Potential and Future Direction.

  2891. Context-based science curricula: Exploring the didactical friction between context and science content

  2892. An Assessment of Power Engineering Education

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  2894.  
  2895.  
  2896. PROJECT TOPICS IN ENGLISH