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• Their (adjective) - of, belonging to, made by, or 
done by them 
• 
• They were proud of their work. 
• There (n...
• I rode the stationary bike at the gym for an 
hour. 
• Stationery (noun) - writing materials; 
specifically, paper and e...
• THERE IS A NEED TO CONDUCT AND 
FIND OUT THE COMMON MISUSED 
WORDS IN ENGLISH COMMITED BY 
TEACHER ED. STUDENTS
• ENGLISH TEACHERS
 THIS STUDY AIM TO DETERMINE THE COMMON 
MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH AMONG TEACHER ED 
STUDENTS AT ISCOF SEC 
 WHAT ARE THE...
methodology
• PROFICIENCY IN THE USE OF 
PREPOSITION AMON 
TEACHER ED. STUDENTS AT 
ISCOF SEC.
SAMPLE
SIGNIFICANT 
• IDENTIFY THEIR WEAKNESS IN THE USE 
PREPOSITIONS. 
• PROVIDE INFORMATION IN CONNECTIONS WITH 
THE PREPOSITI...
STATEMENT 
OF 
PROBLEM 
• WHAT IS THE PROFICIENCY IN THE USE OF 
PREPOSITION AMONG TEACHER ED. STUDENTS 
WHEN CLASSFIED IN...
METHODOLOGY
Thesis defense
Thesis defense
Thesis defense
Thesis defense
Thesis defense
Thesis defense
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Thesis defense

  1. 1. Sample • Their (adjective) - of, belonging to, made by, or done by them • • They were proud of their work. • There (noun) - that place or point • Stationary vs. Stationery • Stationary (adjective) - not moving or not movable; fixed or still
  2. 2. • I rode the stationary bike at the gym for an hour. • Stationery (noun) - writing materials; specifically, paper and envelopes used for letters • Lose vs. Loose • • Lose (verb) - to become unable to find; to mislay; to fail to win or gain • • Did you lose your glasses again? • How many games did your team lose last season? • Loose (adjective) - not tight; giving enough room
  3. 3. • THERE IS A NEED TO CONDUCT AND FIND OUT THE COMMON MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH COMMITED BY TEACHER ED. STUDENTS
  4. 4. • ENGLISH TEACHERS
  5. 5.  THIS STUDY AIM TO DETERMINE THE COMMON MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH AMONG TEACHER ED STUDENTS AT ISCOF SEC  WHAT ARE THE COMMON MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH AMONG TEACHER ED WHEN WHEN CLASSIFIED INTO ; SEX,COURSE, AND MAJOR  IS THERE SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN COMMON MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH? HYPOTHESIS THERE IS NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN COMMON MISUSED WORDS IN ENGLISH
  6. 6. methodology
  7. 7. • PROFICIENCY IN THE USE OF PREPOSITION AMON TEACHER ED. STUDENTS AT ISCOF SEC.
  8. 8. SAMPLE
  9. 9. SIGNIFICANT • IDENTIFY THEIR WEAKNESS IN THE USE PREPOSITIONS. • PROVIDE INFORMATION IN CONNECTIONS WITH THE PREPOSITION • ENRICHED VOCABULARY SKILLS IN WRITTEN COMMUNICATION • BENEFECIAL TRAINING TO BECOME EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT TEACHERS IN TERMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH.
  10. 10. STATEMENT OF PROBLEM • WHAT IS THE PROFICIENCY IN THE USE OF PREPOSITION AMONG TEACHER ED. STUDENTS WHEN CLASSFIED INTO • IS THERE ANY SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN THE PROFICIENCY IN THER USE OF PREPOSITIONS AMONG TEACHER ED STUDENTS AT ISCOF?
  11. 11. METHODOLOGY

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