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Timeline

Page history last edited by Aiden Yeh 9 years, 8 months ago

上課日期

Date

單元名稱

Units

授課方式

Instructional Approaches

作業、報告、考試或其他

Assignments, Tests and Others

備註

Remarks

09/10—09/15

Introduction to what is research and what is doing research Finding a topic and developing research-related ideas

Lecture/ Discussion

List at least 5 general topics that interest you

09/10 Opening Ceremony for the 1st year students of the 4yr. College from 8-12 am

09/17—09/22

Gathering Data

Finding a Topic

Writing a Thesis

Lecture/Class activity, group and pair work

Based on your list, choose one topic to narrow down. Prepare your research question.

 

09/24—09/29

Finding and Filtering Internet Sources

 

Creating an online bookmark

Writing working bibliography (APA). Sources must be based on your chosen topic

09/26 Ceremony  for Teacher’s Day (No classes from 15:00~17:00)

09/30 Moon Festival (Sunday)

10/01—10/06

Structure of a research paper

The research process & writing-up process

 

 

 

10/08—10/13

How to write a research proposal

 

 

10/10 National Day

(Wednesday – day off)

10/15—10/20

Drafting a research proposal based on working outline

Lecture/Class activity, group and pair work

 

 

10/22—10/27

Writing Notes

Note-taking, Quoting, Paraphrasing and Plagiarism

Building References (APA, MLA)

 

Paraphrase five written statements taken from your resources (submit the original piece or sections of the source)

10/21 Charity Sale (Sunday)

10/22 Make- up day (Monday – day off)

10/29—11/03

Student Presentations of Research Proposal

 

Written research proposals must be submitted upon presentation

 

11/05—11/10

Midterm Exam

Student Presentations of Research Proposal

 

Written research proposals must be submitted upon presentation

Midterm Examination Week

11/12—11/17

Writing the Introduction

Lecture/Class activity, group and pair work

Analyze the Introduction of a selected research paper

 

11/19—11/24

Introduction Draft

 

Introduction Draft Due

 

11/26—12/01

Writing the Review of Literature

Lecture/Class activity, group and pair work

 

 

12/03—12/08

Writing the Review of Literature

Lecture/Class activity, group and pair work

Literature Review draft

 

12/10—12/15

Research Design & Methodology

 

 

 

12/17—12/22

Data gathering instruments: Quantitative/Qualitative

Discussion, groups and pairs

 

12/22 (Saturday – classes for 12/31)

12/24—12-29

Methodology Write-up

Discussions groups and pairs

 

12/25 Christmas

(Tuesday– classes for the whole school)

12/31—01/05

Student presentations: research study updates (Intro, Lit review, & Methodology)

 

 

12/31 (Monday – day off – classes moved to 12/22)

01/01 New Year’s Day

(Tuesday – day off)

01/07—01/12

Final Exam

 

Student presentations: research study updates (Intro, Lit review, & Methodology)

 

Submission of Introduction, Literature Review and Methodology

Final Examination Week

 

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