Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 2006

Table of Content: 23 June 2014; 9(12)

June 2014

Evaluation of three models of instruction for 9th grade Turkish literature course and implications for teachers

The purpose of this study is to assess the extent to which each of the three types of instruction (authentic, where, differentiated) engages 9th grade high school students in achieving language proficiency. The paper examines the features of these models of instructions and teachers’ opinion about them. It includes a descriptive research in survey model. The sample in research consists of 291 students and 95...

Author(s): Salim PÄ°LAV

June 2014

Self-oriented perfectionism and self-assessment as predictors of adolescents’ subjective well-being

The aim of the present study is to examine whether subjective well-being is predicted by self-oriented perfectionism and self-assessment. The self-oriented perfectionism scale, self-assessment scale and subjective well-being scale (SWB) were administrated to a sample of voluntary 272 eight-grade students from three secondary schools in Sultangazi, Ä°stanbul. The research data were analyzed by correlation and...

Author(s): Eyüp Çelik

June 2014

An assessment of grade four students learning: The case of Jimma town

This study aimed at investigating grade four students learning at Jimma town, Ethiopia. A cross sectional survey method was employed. Students, teachers and principals were participants of the study.  Standardized tests, questionnaire, interview and observation were the instruments used to collect authentic information from the research participants. The collected data were analyzed quantitatively using various...

Author(s): Abbi Lemma, Tadese Regasa, Ewnetu Hailu, Tariku Sime, Bekalu Ferede, Taye Tolemariam, Tariku Dejene

June 2014

Students’ attitudes and motivation for learning English at Dokuz Eylul University School of Foreign Languages

Attitudes and motivation are two of the key factors in second language learning since positive attitudes and high levels of motivation are considered as the predictors of a successful learning process. This study aims to reveal the relation between university preparatory students’ attitudes towards learning English and their language learning motivation at DEU School of Foreign Languages and to identify the...

Author(s): Kadim Öztürk