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Research Writing & Publishing II----Proposal Defense Rehearsal-- Tim
by 徐碧霙 2013-06-06 19:29:57, Reply(11), Views(981)
 
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1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

12%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

11%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

15%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

15%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

10%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

8%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

17%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

17%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

17%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

9%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%


CommentsDirect eye contact,

fluid gestures and

relaxed and self confident.

Question: Why use a five-point scale but not seven-point scale?

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
12%
2. Does the presenttion givereasonabl evidence that the student is familiar with signficat literature in his/her field?
11%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
17%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
15%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provdie valid interpretation of experimental data?
8%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
17%
 
Comments:
Your voice is loud enough. 
 
Question:
What level sutdens do you choose? For example, all of freshmen or from freshmen to senior students?

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

12%

2. Does the presenttion givereasonabl evidence that the student is familiar with signficat literature in his/her field?

12%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

17%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?

16%

5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provdie valid interpretation of experimental data?

8%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

 

Comments:

Your voice is loud and you have a confidence.
 
Question:
Did you think “2000” participants are too many to collect the questionnaires?

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

13%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

14%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

17%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

16%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

10%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%


Question:

What is your pre-test and post-test contents?

Comments:

The voice is too powerful.

Simple ppt design.

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

12%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

11%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

16%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

15%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

8%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional? Question:

17%

Comments: You're very confidence.

Question: How long will you collect the questionnaires?

For Tim

The total score of the proposal presentation is 87.

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree? (15%) 13

2. Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field? (15%) 13

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data? (17%) 15

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem? (17%) 15

5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data? (16%) 14

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional? (20%) 17

Comment: Your presentation is fluent.

Question: How do you measure the psychological effect of grouping teaching?
1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
12%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
12%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
15%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
15%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
10%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
13%
 
Question:
How to find 2000 participants?
1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
12%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
13%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
15%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
15%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
11%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
15%
 
Question:
Can you show us your pre-test  samples? 
1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
13%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
13%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
15%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
15%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
15%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
16%
 

You're not ready yet for your mock final defense, so I did evalue your presentation.
Here are the suggestions:
1. Search an adviser.
2. Find a certain topic for a further study.
3. Practicing your speaking skils.
4. Stopping wasting your time on an uncertain thesis topic.
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