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Transcript of RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
EVIN PAIZ To investigate the use of Grammar rules to improve writing skills in students of second year of bachelor degree in English at UNIVO.
HYPOTHESES: Grammar rules improves writing skills. GENERAL OBJECTIVE AND HYPOTHESES THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Scientific Method RESEARCH METHOD ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
OF DATA CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS ANNEXES UNIVERSIDAD
UNIVO RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PROJECT THE INFLUENCE OF GRAMMAR RULES TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS IN STUDENTS OF SECOND YEAR OF BACHELOR DEGREE IN ENGLISH AT UNIVERSIDAD DE ORIENTE IN SAN MIGUEL CITY. TOPIC TEACHER IN CHARGE:
LIC. FRANCISCO JAVIER ANDRADE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AND HYPOTHESES
To identify the use of prepositions in writing skills.
HYPOTHESES: The use of prepositions act on writing skills.
To determine how Syntax has influence in writing skills.
HYPOTHESES: Syntax favors the development of writing skills.
To evaluate the students´ use of verbs tenses.
HYPOTHESES: The verbs tenses determines an accurate writing. RESEARCH PROBLEM Spelling mistakes Verb tenses usage Punctuation mistakes Common Grammar and
Punctuation Mistakes 1. Subject Verb Disagreement
2. Comma Splice
3. Ambiguous Pronoun Reference
4. Dropping the Last Comma in a Series of
Three or More Terms Clarity
5. “Which” for “That” and Vice Versa
6. Misplacing Quotation Marks Spelling Punctuation Commas
Periods Active and Passive Verbs Shifting Verb Tense POPULATION AND
SAMPLING TYPE OF SAMPLE convenience sampling TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS
FOR COLLECTING DATA The Survey INSTRUMENTATION Achievement Test PROCEDURE
CHOICES FREQUENCY PERCENTAGE
CORRECT 44 88%
INCORRECT 6 12%
TOTAL 50 100% ITEM 1: 1.The fish is in/on the box ITEM 44/50 X 100= 88%
6/50 X 100= 12% ITEM 6:
CHOICES FREQUENCY PERCENTAGE
CORRECT 36 72%
INCORRECT 14 28%
TOTAL 50 100% 1.The weird elegant man cross the street and took the bus/ The man weird elegant cross the street and took the bus. ITEM 36/50 X 100= 72%
14/50 X 100= 28% 88% CORRECT 12% INCORRECT 72% CORRECT 26% INCORRECT CONCLUSSIONS
1.The first part of the test that contained five items showed in general terms a 75% of the students tested answered the exercises correctly
. Up to this it can be said that they know how to use the most common prepositions of place that are used.
2.The students have some difficulties at the moment identify mistakes in word order. It could be quantified in a 45%
3.As a final conclusion, some students could recognize the verb tenses errors and corrected them, but more than the half of them could not
correct the mistakes.
It was quantified in a 65% of the results of the exercises which were answered in a wrong way.
1.Teachers should work with their students on some activities in the classroom in order to practice every topic and in this case mostly the ones which require special attention as important part of redaction like prepositions.
2.It is recommended to the teachers to put specially attention in the structure or word order of paragraphs written by the students in order to correct their misspellings or mistakes.
3.To the teachers it is recommended try to encourage students to memorize and practice verb tenses and usage in order to improve their vocabulary and also their writing skills through the application of verb tenses.
To the students a special recommendation is to practice all the time and be always motivated to overcome their weaknesses and those areas where they feel they are having problems with in their learning process.