Category: research

topics and tags

This is a personal note for the direction in future. All the research posts should use the tagging taxonomy to choose a number of nouns that are best to use alongside the grammar. It is already clear, where possible I choose, for example, B1 vocabulary to go with B2 grammar for being able to understand […]

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My education includes: A Certificate in Education with a GPA of 6. Three of the units were in TESOL and one was in educational research. (2020) Prior to that, I have a Bachelor in Visual Arts, but also two years of a Bachelor of Education – secondary teaching. (1995) I have also completed a CELTA. […]

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Claws 7 tagging errors

24/10/2020 ,_, the_AT report_NN1 states_NN2 ._. 8/10/2020 I_PPIS1 do_VD0 running_JJ on_II the_AT treadmill_NN1 ._. 10/5/2020 (EVPB1) I_PPIS1 provided_CS21 that_CS22 yesterday_RT ._. 28/9/20 To_TO be_VBI kind_NN1 is_VBZ more_RGR important_JJ looking at what is more common after vvg and nn1 shows that this tagging is logical, but not correct. The_AT driving_JJ factor_NN1 for_IF the_AT global_JJ autonomous_JJ vehicles_NN2 […]

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Ethnographic research

Now that we have looked briefly at what educational research is, it’s time to get more specific about one of the qualitative designs.  Ethno means people and graphy is writing, so this is writing about groups of people.   It comes from cultural anthropology or writing about culture.   This could include their thoughts, the rules of […]

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