．Taking some examples to explain is good.
．The handout of slide 7 & 9 are not clear.
．In this paper, the participants are too young to do the test. How do you think if selecting the older participants? It would be much better outcomes than this paper, huh?
Pretty and HOT today… and recall my memory that the first time we met in the classroom for the interview!! Haha…
Perfect pronunciation just like native speaker!! COOL!!
Beautiful slide background on slide 8, 10.
Clear explanation for slide 11, 12, 14.
Dudu is so cute!!
I want to see the Bangers and Mash online, not the picture only!! Hehe~~
As what I mentioned in the class, the post test is exactly same, so that there must be obvious threat of internal validity in the methodology. How do you think?
Comments for Lulu’s Presentation
1. Fluent performance.
2. Fancy ppt design.
3. Fabulous suit.
4. Full-prepared when answering the questions from the listener.
1. Words are covered in slide 2.
2. The line between the charts is a noticeable slant in slide 12.
3. The words in the left part of the table of the slide 23 are not neat.
The result shows that the reading score of intervention group is lower than the control group. Does it indicate that if we want to enhance little kids’ reading ability, a story book is better than talking book?
Your voice is beautiful, and has very rich and colorful PPT design.
You may need to speak up a little bit.
On slide 14 the participants were given the post-test 4 weeks later after the pre-test, so were the participants given any practice material or activity to learn the vocabulary, or only had the control material and the talking bood?
Good PPT design
Many examples to explain the topic
The speed is a little bit fast
If you are the researcher, how do you expand the participant?
- Very interesting topic
- Excellent speaking skills; clear, fluent and confident
- Beautiful slides illustrations and explanations
- It’s a pity that some slides are printed unclearly.
- The numbers of participants between these two groups are extremely uneven. If they were even, do you think the results would have been less significant?
In slide 5, use examples and underline the important words
Explain what is British ability scales word reading assessment
Louder will be better
Cannot see the slide 7 on the handout
In slide 12 it shows that the age is 3-6 years old, in your opinion, do you think that those students will too young to concentrate on the soft ware for a long time?
Comments for Lulu
good Dress code
highline the terms
need to speed up
in slide 2, should have the
space before 33-35
Why did the reading score of
the experimental group lower than the control group?
Great ppt background design
You looks so pretty today!
Very clear presentation.
I like your intonation and pronunciation.
Everything is great except time control^_^
The participants’ age are 3-6, do you think the age average are too young to survey?
For my future kids, I will …… hmm.. it’s a tough question.. maybe just let them grow naturally, and do nothing instead. But I think reading bed time story is a good idea to improve children’s awareness.
While explaining the rules, we have to make sure every child understand. If it’s too complicated, teacher could show the steps by play the computer game once or twice and let children have more pictures in their mind.
Yes, there are only the computer material and the story book, nothing else.
To expand the participants, it will matter to the class that I have. If I have more classes, I could expand the participants, if not, the minimum is 30 in total.
The participants to compare are even. 15:15.
Good point, I think children are concentrate when playing computers..XD
The reason is, this CAL material only focuses on the awareness.
Yes, the participants are too young. So there are some internal validity.
I think to gather more students is a good idea.