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Research Writing & Publishing II----Proposal Defense Rehearsal-- Sabrina
by 徐碧霙 2013-06-19 22:14:33, Reply(11), Views(1336)
 
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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?

13%

2. Does the presentation give 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?

13%

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

14%

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

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

16%

Question:

How do you analyze 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?

18%

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

16%

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

17%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question:

Why do you decide to have 120 participants in your research?

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?

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?

17%

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

8%

6.      Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

 

Comments:

Your methodology is very clear.

 

Questions:

Your participants are 120 CYUT AFL students. What kind of level students do you choose? For example, freshman or sophomore.

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?

12%

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

12%

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

13%

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

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

16%

Question:

How long will you do your test?

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? 14%

2. Does the presentation give 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? 0%

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


Comments: You didn't show your data analysis.

Question: Why you choose the CYUT AFL students to be your 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?

15%

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

15%

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

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

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

50%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

19%

Question: As you said many students in Taiwan are afraid of speaking English in public after having learned many years. How do you know? I didn’t see any evidence in the background or literature review part. Do it also relate to culture field?

Sorry about posting worng presenter's comments...
Correct one below following.
 

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%

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?

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

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

47%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question: What kind of data analysis you’re going to take? I didn’t see in your presentation.

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?

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?

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

Where does your questionnaire come from?

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?

14%

2. Does the presentation give 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?

14%

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

14%

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

12%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%
 
Think about your statistics method. "Words and reading" are availabe next semester for sophomores.
How do you find your control group and experimental group? So you'll compare the way students learning English words at vocabulary class and grammar class, won't you? I'm sorry that I can't figure out very well your methodology, but I'm sure your topic is interesting.
 
 
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?
13%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
46%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
17%

Question:
Will you create the exam items by yourself?

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?

10%

2.Does the presentation give 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?

14%

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?

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question: what's the significance and research gap in your study? 

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