Date of Award

1-1-2011

Document Type

Graduate Field Experience

Superseded Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education (Urban Special Education)

Colleges & School

College Of Education And Leadership

Library of Congress Subject Heading

Sentences (Grammar); English language--Study and teaching (Elementary)--Foreign speakers; Writing--Study and teaching; Vocabulary--Study and teaching

Abstract

This case study explores the effects of an intervention focused on sentence construction and vocabulary on the writing abilities of an eight-year-old English Language Learner. The intervention incorporated elements of sentence-combining strategies and self-regulation. The student learned how to self-regulate her sentence writing. Vocabulary words were taught using a context-based approach. The student made growth in many measured areas of writing and vocabulary. Self-regulation was a vital aspect that contributed to growth in her sentence construction skills. More research is needed on the use of self-regulation with other areas of writing.

Rights

On-Campus Access

OCLC Number

759114721

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