توضیح: این پروژه مربوط به درس روش و تحقیق رشته مترجمی است و فایل آن منحصراً متعلق به آرشیو سایت ایران داک می باشد.
چکیده این پروژه
Most people feel that there is a common sense relationship between knowing grammar rules and comprehension--messages are composed of ideas, and ideas are expressed in words. Most theorists and researchers in education have assumed that grammar knowledge and reading comprehension are closely related, and numerous studies have shown the strong correlation between the two items.
Through this study we will seek to examine the possible relationship between grammar and reading comprehension. First, we will conduct a grammar evaluation. Second, according to grammar scores individuals will be divided into two groups (experiment and control group).
To ease students into material that may be complex or written at a level of some difficulty for them, use the technique of "think-pair-share." Have students read a passage by themselves, read in pairs, or listen as you read the material aloud to them. At an appropriate point, pose a question about the text and have them think for a moment to themselves, then share their ideas with a partner. After a moment or two of discussion, the pair can share their ideas with the class.
After doing some statistical estimates by using of SPSS software this result is gain that there is a significant difference between the score of grammar test taken of subjects and reading comprehension test. This study attempts to investigate the ways in which some language learners make conscious efforts to learn the relationship between the use of grammar Learning Strategies and the reading more efficiently.
Key words: grammar skills, experiment group, reading comprehension, grammar rules
فهرست مطالب این تحقیق
Chapter I: Introduction
Statement of the topic
Significant of the study
Research questions and hypotheses
Limitations and Delimitations of the study
Definition of key terms
Chapter II : Review of related literature
History of grammar
Chapter III : Methodology
Data collection and Data Analysis
Chapter IV: Data analysis
Chapter V : Conclusion