Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Therefore, the present project concentrates on the student perspective in the ESOL classroom by surveying upper-level or recently graduated students of an intensive English program at a university in the Midwest. The project set out to gather student reflections regarding a set of research-based principles that have become prevalent in the field of TESOL, in order to understand if these principles fit into students' learning experiences in ESOL classrooms. The goal of this study was to determine 1) whether or not students have come to value TESOL principles in their language learning experience and 2) whether or not students have perceived their instructors to demonstrate these principles in the classroom.
Year of Submission
Department of Languages and Literatures
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2013 Danielle Christine Westcot
Westcot, Danielle Christine, "Gaining Perspective: Student Learning Perceptions of the Role of TESOL Principles in Their English-Learning Experiences" (2013). Honors Program Theses. 610.