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Research Writing & Publishing II----Proposal Defense Rehearsal-- Apple
by 徐碧霙 2013-06-19 22:15:35, Reply(10), Views(1445)
 
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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?

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?

12%

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:

Could you explain the instrument of motivation detail from point 1 to point 7?

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?

15%

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 provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

17%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

19%

Question:

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?

15%

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?

16%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

19%

Question:

What is the population of your sample?

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?

16%

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?

7%

6.      Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

 Comments:

Your pronunciation is very clear.

 

Questions:

In the research, your participants are college student. 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?

13%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question:

In you participants, which levels of English major students do you choose?

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? 15%

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? 12%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional? 18%


Question: How do you find 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?

14%

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?

48%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question: Why do you choose t-test rather than ANOVA?

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?

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?

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

The population of student seems too small; will it influence your reliability?

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?

16%

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?

15%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

Question:
Let's talk about your participants.
Please visit this website first.
 
There are 2 groups of students at the center for teacher Education.
Both of them are from different departments, different level ( day school, night school, undergraduate school, gratuate shcool). Learning motivation and attitude for what? For English? I think it is too limit to probe your research problem.Kindergarten instructors are more than instructors for the secondary school level. There are 240 students at the center of Teacher Education. We can fill in your questionnaires. The problem is your control group. The students at the center of Teacher Education versus ?. If you're interested in it. Please visit the center of Teacher Education. Then, you probably find more informtion for your topic.
 
 
 
 
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?
10%
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?
42%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
17%

Question:
Did you expect any possibilities about T-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?

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?

10%

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?

12%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

Question: why do you want 100 to 200 college students to be your participants? why not more? how do you choose the participants? 

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