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Research proposal presentation

  1. 1. RESEARCH PROPOSAL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS TOWARDSPARAPHRASTIC APPROACH TO TEACH LITERATURE IN ESL CLASSROOM AZURAWATI BINTI WOK ZAKI 2011313879 EDU7701A2
  2. 2. OVERVIEW OF THE RESEARCHLiterature has been introduced in secondary schoolsince more than ten years ago.Unfortunately literature still does not take place instudents’ liking.WHY?Students hardly understand what they read.The learning process is more to exam oriented.ONE OF THE SOLUTIONSTeachers use Paraphrastic ApproachThe research is going to investigate the use ofParaphrastic approach in teaching literature.
  3. 3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES RESEARCH QUESTIONS•To investigate students •Why do teachers preferand teachers’ perception to use Paraphrasticon paraphrastic approach to Approach in teachingteach literature in the ESL literature? •How students acceptclassroom.•To investigate teachers’ Paraphrastic Approachperception to the in learning literature? •What are the strengthsparaphrastic approachemployed to teach literature and weaknesses ofin the ESL classroom. using the implemented approach?
  4. 4. OPERATIONAL DEFINITION• LITERATURE: Literature is pieces of writing that are valued as works of art, especially novels, plays and poems (in contrast to technical books and newspapers, magazines, etc.)• ESL: ESL is English as a Second Language.• Paraphrastic approach: Paraphrastic approach deals with the surface meaning of the text. Teachers whose using this approach may paraphrase or re-word the story in similar language or translating it into other languages.
  5. 5. PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES WHAT I HAVE LEARNT? • Learning a topic in depth• Lack of • Ability to work and think References - independently (books and online • Ability to read scientific journals) literature • Problem solving skills• Time constraint • Develop reading skills• Problem in paraphasing, quoting and synthesizing.

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