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Does Student Choice Improve Students' Attitudes Toward their Language Arts Class?
Vardinakis, Mindie H.C.

2008, Master of Arts in Education, Defiance College, Education.
The purpose of this project was to determine if the implementation of student
choice in a secondary language arts classroom would change or improve students'
attitudes toward their language arts course. There were a total of 43 participants from a rural Midwestern public school involved in the study. The data was collected using a daily journal and post assessment questionnaire. Analysis of the data indicated that a change in students' attitudes resulted from the implementation of student choice. The study included several recommendations for further study that included the use of a likert scale pre-assessment instrument.
M.C. Harper (Advisor)
Jo Ann Burkhardt (Committee Member)
68 p.

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