Improve academic and behavioral performance of students ( About Gromper Academic middle school)

Improve academic and behavioral performance of students ( About Gromper Academic middle school)

Order Description

Requirement writing guide and book:
• Lofland, John; David Snow; Leon Anderson; and Lyn Lofland. 2006.

• Analyzing Social Settings: A Guide to Qualitative Observation and Analysis (4th edition). Cengage, Wadsworth Press.

Title: Improve academic and behavioral performance of students ( About Gromper Academic middle school)

8th grade Algebra ms sanders classroom:

• Analytic themes, the expert students
• how students and teacher’s enaging and behavior and influence
• Honors student Thesis is brought to you for free and open and their bad behavior and good behavior … improve academic and influence behavioral performance of among students in a variety educational of settings. General students behavior vs honor student . both behavior influence, improvement, dicpliments, challegening, interaction and engaging.
• Compare between honors and general students behavior
• Similarity in good and bad. differences in good and bad, form interaction and influence on teacher behavior . engagement.
• why a student challenging behavior/ eeffective discipliment .
• Class size, course load, and student engagement … and the amount Honors student versus general courses.

• Tips:
• Focusing on be real!
• intro starts : the excerpt demonstrats how …………………..
• grab attention comparing comparesion honoring and set up pose.
• Quick outline anaylizing key findind
• Data and metods ( key happen / builds up to)
• How you come up with topic ?

Go back introduction then elaborate thesis what you learn. Provide more and combine theme each part, compare , address limitation, population, teachers influence from student, and behavior among each other. HOW? Form of interation ( specific case ). What might learn ? abke to see? Might able to see to continue?

• presentation
o Title
o Introduction
• Perhaps start with an arresting example from your data
• Perhaps state everyday assumptions about a particular topic. Then say “What people don’t notice is that _______________________.”
• Present your argument and say, “In this paper, I show that ________ OR “In this paper, it becomes clear that __________”
• Then provide overview of argument describing how you will develop this argument using x, y and z themes.

o Data/methods
o Topic and subthemes:
• Findings: State again your argument, or topic. Your topic may be in two parts, each of which has sub-parts
o Topic 1A
• subpart 1
• subpart 2

o Very brief but informative conclusion
• Conclusion. This is where you elaborate on themes, connect them to one another. This is linked closely to the Introduction but given that you have now laid out data and interpretations, you can do more in the Conclusion than you could do in the Intro.
• Be “meta” about your analysis: Draw all of the sections together and introduce a final idea that you have been saving, related to the topic.
• State some limitations of your study. Perhaps say something about what you would want to see to solidify your analysis; what you might see if you spent more time there, etc
• Provide some thoughts on what future research on this topic should/would look like.