Below are several theses completed by students in the MA in English with emphasis on writing studies program. Adams. An Investigation of the Doctrine of Correctness in English Language Usage. Literacy Instruction and the Learning Disabled High School Student Ideas and Applications for a Mindful Classroom 2009. Alison Chapman Director, Graduate Studies: Kyle Grimes Director, Undergraduate Studies: Daniel Siegel Director, Creative Writing Program: Kerry Madden-Lunsford Director, Freshman Composition and Developmental Program: Christopher Minnix Director, Professional Writing: Bruce Mc Comiskey Director, Linguistics: David Basilico Director, Departmental Honors: Adam Vines Director, Internships: Cynthia Ryan The Department of English offers programs of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts with a major or minor in English. Provides students the opportunity to plan, write, and design documents using computer aided publishing technologies. Introduction to the scientific study of language with a main focus on principles underlying phonology morphology, syntax and semantics. Interdisciplinary exploration of selected texts by 18th-century authors that focuses on their formal and philosophical contexts. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 487. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 494. During the first course of a two-course sequence, students will conduct research for that thesis and write a full-length prospectus for that thesis with an extended bibliography. The department offers four tracks to the English major: an English major with a concentration in literature, an English major with a concentration in professional writing, an English major with a concentration in creative writing, and an English major with a concentration in linguistics. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 340. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 350. Relationship between language and society, psycholingustics and language typology may also be addressed. Description and analysis of present-day English grammar with particular attention paid to the structure of phrases, clauses and sentences, including parts of speech, coordination, subordination, tense, aspect, voice, grammatical functions, agreement and clause types. Introduction to English vocabularyelements and word formation, including topics in history of English and sound patterns as these topics relate to word formation. Interdisciplinary exploration of texts that focuses on social, economic, and political backgrounds. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 482. The department offers four different minors: a minor in English literature, a minor in professional writing, a minor in creative writing, and a minor in linguistics. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 351. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 352. Does not count as literature for Core Curriculum requirement. Social factors that play role in language usage and learning; emphasis on American English. Cultural values from colonial writer Lucy Terry, through slavery and emancipation, to Ralph Ellison and writers of early 1950s. Broad survey of period or close analysis of genre, theme, or author. Interdisciplinary exploration of selected poems, plays, and essays by Restoration authors. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 481. The Department of English also offers courses leading to the Master of Arts degree in English. Old Norse mythology, poetry, and sagas in translation. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 339. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 355. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 365. Emphasis on role of diversity and how historical issues of race relate to modern contexts. Examines current theory and practice in teaching creative writing particularly in secondary schools and introductory college-level classes. Intermediate workshop in writing for young people through critique of student writing. Intermediate workshop in writing for young people through critique of student writing. Plays by Marlowe, Kyd, Jonson, Tourneur, Webster, Middleton, and Ford. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 480. Further information about the department and its programs may be obtained from the department website ( or the department office; information on the graduate program may also be found in the UAB Graduate School Catalog. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 329. Ethics and Civic Responsibility are significant components of this course. Cultural values from James Baldwin in 1950s, through black nationalist, civil rights, and black feminist movements, to contemporary writers such as Ishmael Reed, Charles Johnson, and Toni Morrison. Advanced writing course focusing on writing clearly and ethically in professional business contexts, with particular emphasis on memos, letters, resumes, and reports. Counts as Public Discourse in the English major concentration in Professional Writing and the English minor in Writing. Introduction for students in all disciplines, to the processes of scholarly inquiry and the most common genres of academic writing , including critiques, bibliographies, proposals, conference presentations, and articles. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 435. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 436. Prerequisites: EH 307 [Min Grade: C] or EH 308 [Min Grade: C] or EH 309 [Min Grade: C] or EH 310 [Min Grade: C] EH 437. Prerequisites: EH 307 [Min Grade: C] or EH 308 [Min Grade: C] or EH 309 [Min Grade: C] or EH 310 [Min Grade: C] EH 441. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 475. The study of English literature challenges students to develop their skills in reading, critical analysis, and written expression and also to develop a deeper appreciation of the aesthetic and historical contexts in which authors wrote. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 366. Emphasis on role of diversity and how historical issues of race relate to modern contexts. Literary themes and styles of Old and New Testaments. Seminar focusing on the improvement of writing skills through understanding theories of tutoring. Current theory regarding production, distribution, and consumption of popular periodicals, with extensive practice contributing to these sources. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 403. Writing, Ethics and Civic Responsibility are significant components of this course. Advanced writing concentrating on short informal and long formal reports. In-depth study of a specialized topic in film, for example, a particular national cinema, one or more directors, a development in film history or genre, or issues in visual representation. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 433. Literary Theory and Criticism, the Ancients to the Nineteenth Century. Introduction to theories of art and literary production in the contexts of aesthetics and culture from Plato to the end of the nineteenth century. An introduction to the language and literature of early medieval England (pre-1100), culminating in analyses of The Dream of the Rood and The Battle of Maldon in the original alliterative verse. Students may pursue a concentration in literature within the English major or a minor in literature. Ethics and Civic Responsibility are significant components of this course. Literature of American South: Faulkner, Jefferson, Douglass, Chopin, O'Connor, and others. Literature expressing values and ideals of American people from Hawthorne and Thoreau to Richard Wright and Adrienne Rich. Five or six plays: one history, one comedy, three major tragedies. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 389. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 401. Preparation of future teachers for tutor training and writing center development. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] or EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] EH 402. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 204 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 404. Quantitative literacy is a significant component of the course. Intermediate creative nonfiction seminar conducted through critique of student writing. This course is available to qualified English majors who wish to apply their knowledge and skills to a work setting. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 431. Prerequisites: EH 210 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) or EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 432. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 442. Knowing a language involves knowing an intricate set of rules; this course gives one approach to modeling this linguistic knowledge. Overview of English grammer and usage, focusing on those topics that are presented in the classroom. This course examines how the realm of medical knowledge and practice is written or constructed according to particular social and ethical values. Prerequisites: EH 301 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) EH 472. Students may pursue a concentration in creative writing within the English major or a minor in creative writing, taking workshops in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and writing for young people; one forms class; and special topics in creative writing. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 328. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 367. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 369. Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 376. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 407. Prerequisites: EH 307 [Min Grade: C] or EH 308 [Min Grade: C] EH 411. Students will fulfill the requirements for a university capstone course by reflecting on the applicability of disciplinary knowledge to internship responsibilities. Literary Theory and Criticism, the Twentieth Century to the Present. Introduction to theories of art and literary production in the contexts of aesthetics and culture from Russian formalism to the present. Literary works and theoretical perspectives of Angelou, Chopin, Hong, Kingston, Hurston, Walker, Woolf, Plath, and others. Personal narratives by African Americans, including texts by Wheatley, Douglass, Jacobs, Wilson, Du Bois, Johnson, Hurston, Hughes, Wright, Baldwin, Angelou, and Moody. Development of African American dramatic tradition from the nineteenth century through the Harlem Renaissance and Black Arts movement to contemporary postmodernism, including Brown, Hurston, Baraka, and Wilson. Development of African American poetry from its early works to the present, including Wheatley, Dunbar, Hughes, Brooks, and Angelou. Prerequisites: EH 102 [Min Grade: C] or EH 107 [Min Grade: C] EH 452. Topcis will include the difference between prescriptive and descriptive grammar, parts of speech, types of verbs, grammatical functions, agreements, sentence structure, tense, aspect, voice finite clauses, nonfinite clauses, clause types, Focus also on Reed-Kellogg sentence diagramming. Overview of languageevolution from Proto-Indo-European to modern English dialects, including phonological shifts, dialectial distinctions, language familes and orthographical and syntactical changes. Vocal tract and neuroanatomical specializations for language, language acquisition, genetic language disorders, language and other primates, and evolution of language. Introduces students to new technologies for digital communication and the ways in which these technologies influence how people read, write, interact with, and share information. Analysis of the rhetorical characteristics of texts that incorporate both images and words in order to persuade audiences. Prerequisites: EH 203 [Min Grade: C] or EH 205 [Min Grade: C] or EH 210 [Min Grade: C] or EH 214 [Min Grade: C] or EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C] EH 457. Overarching institutional assumptions and norms as well as specific texts and practices will be considered in our study of medical discourse. Representative writers such as Alcott, Cooper, Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson, Fuller, Fern, Harper, Thoreau, Jacobs, Whitman, Stowe, and Dickinson. Realism and naturalism: Twain, James, Howells, Crane, Jewett, Wharton, Dreiser, Norris, and Chopin, among others. Selected fiction, poetry, and drama of major American writers such as Eliot, Faulkner, Hemingway, Hurston, O'Neill, and Wright. Selected fiction, poetry, and drama in context of post-war cultural trends and literary movements. Genre of slave narrative, its critical theories, and its nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary expressions. Includes Johnson, Toomer, Murray, Larsen, Mc Kay, Thurman, Reed, and Morrison. Exploration through art, literature, and history of dominant themes of Middle Ages, from Germans to Dante and Chaucer. King Arthur and his knights in literature from sixth-century history and formulation of legend in Middle Ages to its use in twentieth century. Beowulf and various texts that bear upon it (including modern literary and film adaptations), as well as a close study of the Norse analogues of the Old English epic.
Hello. I'm Bhem San Juan from Philippines. I am a 3rd year student of the Education Department of Mindanao State University General Santos City and my major is English. I would like to ask also for a good thesis title/topic in language development. Thanks. I hope you can help me. 18th June 2011. Your education thesis topic may not be original, but it should be manageable and rich in available literature. Below you’ll find a list of educational topics broken up by major knowledge sections; such as education administration, classroom management, curriculum development, philosophy of education, theories of education, and education of children with special needs.
Find academic programs to help you meet your goals. The thesis must be written in English and must contain a brief summary in Czech. It must have an introduction, a theoretical part, the main body and a conclusion. The introduction must state the aims of the thesis, a basic hypothesis and expected results. The brief theoretical part should put forward relevant ideas found through study of theoretical literature published on the subject. The main body of the thesis should be a presentation, analysis and discussion of facts and opinions published in newspapers, journals, opinion polls, on the Internet, etc. In addition, it is recommended that the author should conduct a brief survey of opinions of students, learners of English, citizens in general, etc. The thesis must have a conclusion stating whether the hypothesis has been confirmed, and what results have been obtained and how. The overall form should be a long academic essay that should follow the principles learned in the Academic Writing classes that are part of the department’s curriculum. The Literary Studies Bachelor’s thesis should focus on an interpretation of one, or at the most two novels or plays (if the candidate wishes to choose short fiction or poetry, the chosen work or works is/are to be discussed with the supervisor). It should have a minimum of 40 standard pages (72 000 symbols) and a list of cited sources (using the MLA citation rules) and excluding appendices. The thesis must be written in English and must contain a brief summary in Czech.
But families know little about the relevance of the international society for music education more generally, for any child who finds a corresponding thesis titles for english majors in the philippines change of populations within our own life thesis documentation library system experiences. Prepared by hill strategies research. The department is home to a wide variety of scholarly and creative interests, and our majors are an important part of department life. Students are generally encouraged to declare the major during their second year. If you would like to join the English department, contact the Director of Studies, for a short meeting to review the requirements. At that time, you can discuss your interests and which courses you have already taken toward the required ten classes. Once you are ready to declare, obtain a major declaration form from the Registrar's office. Bring your form to the English Office (Johnson Chapel room 001), where Ms. Bette Kanner will assist you in completing the form, assigning an advisor, and obtaining the proper signatures. Please note that the deadline for declaring English as your major is September 15th of your senior year. Majors may count up to three courses in creative writing towards the ten required courses.
This collection contains a selection of recent Masters theses from the department of Linguistics and English Language. Please note that only the Title and Abstract will be available for dissertations from the current academic year. All other content from previous years is available on an Open Access basis. This material is. You are invited to pursue any topic that you consider worthy of attention, and the Honors Committee will assume that you will pursue it with scholarly rigor, intellectual seriousness, and artistic integrity. You should follow your own interests and commitments in defining your project, though you should avail yourself of the advice of those faculty members whose expertise will help you focus your ideas and give them depth. Again, we welcome critical, creative, interdisciplinary, mixed genre, and hybrid creative/critical projects. Most successful applicants have derived their projects from interests developed during their time as English majors at Georgetown. During the actual writing of the thesis, of course, you will work closely with a faculty mentor.
Most successful applicants have derived their projects from interests developed during their time as English majors at Georgetown. During the actual writing of the thesis, of course, you will work closely with a faculty mentor. Here is a partial list of the kinds of literary and interdisciplinary topics that Honors students have. The paper takes 414 graduates from ZJU in 20, NIT as a case, analyzing the status of their writing of graduation thesis. It is found that a considerable number of students have problems in selection and report of topics, writing of each part and debating in the whole process of graduation thesis. In view of the situation, based on the effective measures and some practical experience by English majors in NIT, ZJU, it is suggested we should raise both teachers' and students' awareness and consciousness in the importance in thesis writing, establish quality management and monitoring system, strictly check selection and report of topics, give play to the library, have topic verification and application guide, being familiar with the writing requirements of the abstract, optimize English curriculum and make professional management features outstanding and enhance the students' and teachers' ability, thereby improving the writing of the graduation thesis and reflecting subject construction in English major. Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Theses, Foreign Countries, English, English (Second Language), College Second Language Programs, Majors (Students), Writing Processes, Writing Strategies, Student Reaction, Research Papers (Students), Concept Formation, Research Proposals, Library Services, Research Utilization, Writing Ability, Writing Improvement Canadian Center of Science and Education. 1120 Finch Avenue West Suite 701-309, Toronto, OH M3J 3H7, Canada.
By successfully completing a senior honors thesis/project, the candidate will graduate with distinction in the major. Each academic. The English department offers its majors two options for earning distinction. Home seminars entail enrolling in a course taught by your thesis adviser closely associated with your topic. Students wishing to declare a major or minor in English should obtain an "Academic Program Changes" form. To print off an electronic copy, click on the link here. Hard copies are available from either the Dean's Office in White-Gravenor Hall or the English department office in New North 306. Take the completed form to the Director of Undergraduate Studies Office (New North 318), during the office hours listed below. There the "Academic Program Changes" form will be signed, and students will be assigned an adviser. Advisers make sure students understand the Major requirements, help design a course of study, and ensure students are on track toward completing their Major requirements. Advisers also approve pre-registrations in November and April. During Spring 2018, the Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS), Professor Samantha Pinto will hold office hours at the following time(s): Tuesday pm-pm During Spring 2018, the Assistant to the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Ms.
Having taught in urban environments and taken urban education classes, I think an interesting topic to examine in your thesis is multicultural pedagogy. I did a literature review on how people have been trying to tailor their teaching styles towar. The Honors Program at Wheaton provides an opportunity for in-depth independent work, culminating in an honors paper, which is defended orally before a faculty committee. Students who complete this program successfully receive the designation of department honors on their transcript and on the printed graduation program. If you complete this program successfully, your honors degree will appear on the printed graduation program and also on your transcript. A copy of your honors thesis will be kept in the college library. In her honors thesis, recent graduate Nicole Iverson examined the role of capitalism in many contemporary authors' works. Hear how her interactions with professors and with the texts made the process rewarding. In her honors thesis, recent graduate Lindsey Brigham explored the role of religious image in modern literature. Hear her original interests and eventual conclusions as well as her experience writing a thesis at the end of her senior year.
Research topics on English Literature initially start off broad and then narrow down and you come up with your thesis. Using any of the research topics. If you can do it yourself, you've proved yourself worthy of that snazzy degree they're about to hand you in a couple months. Of course if you've made it to. Bill Maurer, Dean Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway Undergraduate Student Affairs: 949-824-6803 Graduate Student Affairs: 949-824-4074 Boundaryless. Google the term – coined by former GE CEO Jack Welch – and you’ll learn that it’s most often applied in business to explain an organization that throws caution to the wind, scrapping boundaries, and bureaucracies in order to tap the internal power of its people to directly enact change. For the past 50 years, the School of Social Sciences has been putting this approach into practice, breaking down traditional barriers to create change in society, economies, and human well-being. But never has this boundaryless-mindset been more important than today. The 21st century has brought on profound and previously unthinkable social change.
Apr 3, 2012. English and anthropology major Caitlin Wilson traveled down the rabbit hole for her senior thesis, which examines the connection between Victorian. “The students become experts on their topics, and use that expertise to develop a fresh perspective on it—I am repeatedly impressed by their mastery of the. Thesis topics please, i am an english major, i want a thesis title/topic related to linguistics,cross-cultural communication or communication in general, thanks.. my adviser told me it is too elementary and it wouldn't be nominated as the best in thesis if i'll pursue it. i am running out of time cause i decided to change the first thesis i made.
Thesis topics. Dr. Dósa Attila 1. William Shakespeare 2. A reneszánsz angol költészet 3. A 18. századi angol regény 4. A gótikus regény 5. Jane Austen 6. Romantika angol költészete 7. Modernizmus 8. W. B. Yeats 9. T. S. Eliot 10. Kortárs angol költészet 11. Seamus Heaney 12. Kortárs skót költészet. Dr. Harry Edward. Author: Timothy Conklin Thesis Type: Independent Thesis Approved By: Rebecca Lorimer Leonard and David Fleming, English Department Published 2016 Abstract: This thesis explores the hierarchies of literacy that are upheld and perpetuated in the university. By using a case study of three different institutions at the University of Massachusetts Amherst—the Writing Center, Commonwealth Honors College, and the University Writing Program, this thesis argues that the university functions as a sponsor of white, middle-class English and that this sponsorship is manifested in the physical spaces of those three sites of inquiry. By exploring the institutional rhetoric and function of those three sites, that either support or challenge the university’s literacy sponsorship, this project complicates the centuries-long tension between who has access and who belongs in institutions of higher education. Author: Emma Piscia Thesis/Project Type: Independent Honors Thesis Approved By: Heidi Holder and Suzanne Daly, Department Of English Published 2016 Abstract: Charles Dickens’s Nicholas Nickleby has been adapted since 1839, when it was still in the midst of its initial serialized publication. It has since been adapted into plays, films, and television miniseries over 250 times, and the number continues to grow.
Supervisor. Although English theses vary considerably, there are basic requirements that will apply to almost all theses. They are listed here briefly and then. The English department encourages its honors students to explore a range of thesis topics. Past. author or tackling a major work such as Milton's Paradise Lost. Whether you struggle to write an essay, coursework, research paper, annotated bibliography or dissertation, we’ll connect you with a screened academic writer for effective writing assistance. But if you happen to ever hit a snag, we’ve got your back! Grademiners is where all writers are tried and true, so you’ll work with a true expert knowledgeable in your subject. For one, you can conveniently put in a free revision request within 14 days after delivery. When you trust your assignment to us, we take it very seriously. This something hard to come by in the industry of essay help online. We supervise every order to ensure you get a piece that follows your specifications to a T. But we at Grademiners will gladly re-do your work for free if you feel like it needs improvement. With this in mind, our editorial staff checks all papers for consistency before delivery. In case revision is not applicable, we’ll refund your account, no questions asked. Don’t worry, nearly all of our orders – 98% – are completed on time and issue-free. With Grademiners, you can get any type of paper done to your specifications. Whether you struggle with a comparison, analytical, argumentative, compare and contrast essay in any discipline, we’ll match you with a subject matter expert. Every writer is qualified to provide writing assistance to students at all levels. Our research paper writing service entails everything from researching a topic of your choice to doing the actual writing. Our network of writing experts is so broad that we can deal with nearly all subjects and topics. Your assigned expert will offer fresh ideas while following your instructions to a T. Here’s what you’ll get from our research paper help: Seeking research papers for sale? We offer flexible pricing that depends on your deadline, wordcount and level of study.
The following represent a sampling of outstanding English honors thesis projects. Space and. Key topics of discussion include the highly varied representation of the orphan Smike; the portrayal of physical, sexual, and financial violence; and the sociopolitical and economic themes of the novel that allow it to resonate with. Turn your love of reading and writing into a rewarding career with our online English degree. With a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, you’ll gain the communication and research skills that are prized by employers. You'll learn proven techniques to pinpoint and analyze information that helps you build support for your ideas and opinions. You'll also learn to think critically and write effectively – skills vital to any career you choose to pursue. At SNHU, our online English degree curriculum is designed to help you craft stories, present ideas, think critically and creatively, and develop a broad knowledge of literary classics.
Any English major who relishes the challenge of working on a sustained piece of research and writing for a full academic year should consider writing a thesis. The department does not. They can show you how to use library reference tools to find what other scholars have written about your topic. If you are abroad or if you. Business money economics economy commodities trade trading stocks communication communications public relations pr marketing promotion taxes tax taxation account accounting accountant budget wall street gordon gekko forensic accounting Aldi Foods, Inc. Aon Chick-fil-A Citigroup Deloitte and Touche Ernst and Young Georgia Pacific Corporation KPMG Newell Rubbermaid Price water house Coopers Protiviti Sun Trust Textron The Home Depot Wells Fargo Financial, Inc. Enron Tax Reform Trade wars The major in Middle School Education at UGA prepares students to meet the academic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal needs of young adolescents while preparing for teacher certification for grades 4-8. School-based field experience is the heart of the program; students are placed in a middle-grades classroom with an experienced mentor teacher beginning in their first semester, building toward full-time student teaching in their last. The program puts special emphasis on diversity; positive learning environments; high-poverty and non-native English speaking populations; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; family and community engagement; civic education; and policy studies. Students select one of the following emphases to prepare for certification in two content areas: 1) Language Arts and Science; 2) Language Arts and Social Studies; 3) Mathematics and Language Arts; 4) Mathematics and Science; 5) Social Studies and Mathematics; or 6) Science and Social Studies. Link to department's website Charles King, a senior majoring in middle school education, will leave a big mark on UGA and Athens when he graduates. He plans to spread his knowledge with Teach for America.“I plan to join the Teach for America 2015 Corps, where I’ll teach middle school English and social studies in metro Atlanta.
The Department encourages students to identify a research or creative topic late in their junior year, seek advice from a sponsoring faculty member, and then register for ENGL 494 Senior. Majors are encouraged to enroll in a English 400 level capstone non-creative writing course a semester before writing their thesis. I am available as a supervisor for BEd, MEd and MA theses, and welcome candidates who would like to work on topics in the areas of English as a Lingua Franca, World Englishes/New Englishes, and the empirical study of the syntax and phonetics/phonology of learner English. The following is a list of suitable topics, and students are also welcome to contact with their own ideas in these areas. Please contact me at robert.fuchs@for further information or if you would like to discuss other ideas. - Attitudes to and use of the English language in Germany While English has become the world's Lingua Franca in recent decades, its use and attitudes towards it continue to differ between individual countries. This degree thesis project will investigate how often English is used by Germans, and what their attitudes towards the language are. The study will be based on an online questionnaire, and findings will be compared to previous studies on other countries. - Production and perception of word stress in German learner English Although both German and English have contrastive word stress (e.g. ), L1 German learners of English still encounter problems in the acquisition of the English stress system.
Jun 10, 2016. i DECLARATION The thesis entitled “Difficulties in writing essay of the third-year English majored students at Hung Yen University of Education and Technology”. Interview for instructors The writing ability of students was stated to 30 relate to the topic sentences or overlapped. Sometimes, students. For Students Who Entered the RCTE Program Before Fall, 2013 RCTE Dissertations List RCTE Dissertation Proposal Handbook: A Useful Guide to Creating Your Dissertation Proposal Planning, researching, and writing your doctoral dissertation is the culmination of your graduate studies. When successfully completed, your dissertation will represent the apogee of your scholarly abilities, demonstrating not only your advanced knowledge of a particular field of research and its related practices, but also your highly developed research, organizing, and writing skills. The faculty do not expect you to undertake such a project without considerable preparation and guidance. Indeed, you have until the eleventh week of the semester after you’ve passed your Comprehensive Exams Portfolio to submit your dissertation proposal. Given that a part of your CEP already includes a brief dissertation idea, this should give you plenty of time to craft that idea into a well-developed research project, especially if you work closely with your dissertation director and consult the that can be downloaded from the Program website. Once your proposal is approved by your committee--usually in a meeting with them in the 13th week of the semester--you will be considered “ABD” (All But Dissertation). While not an academic credential in the same way an awarded degree is, many people opt to put the initials “ABD” after their names on business cards and email signature lines to indicate to others their proximity to the Ph. At present, the dissertation is a relatively conventional print document, though increasingly there are efforts to encourage the Graduate College to accept dissertations that go beyond print to include film, video, audio, software, archives, and other media forms. If you are interested in pursuing one of these less conventional options, talk with your director and the Program Director to discuss how best to proceed.
To earn an Honors degree with distinction or a degree with distinction, a student must write a senior thesis. A senior thesis is similar to an independent project but the senior thesis is both longer and more ambitious than an independent project, because a senior thesis requires the creation of new knowledge through. Pragmatics (introducing new language functions or reinterpreting old ones in Facebook communication, breaking the Gricean Maxims in Facebook communication, Look beyond the glittering surface: implicature in advertising, etc.) Dr. in different languages: in metaphors, tales, songs, etc.) 6. : concepts of life/death, happiness and sadness, etc. 20th century African American novels (discussion & analysis of two or three works) 2. Film & History (how history is reflected in movies) 8. Fordító és tolmács MA: aktuális szakfordítási témák angolról magyarra, párhuzamos szövegek, konkrét fordítások a megadott témakörök szerint. What does it take to be an effective communicator in English in international contexts? Language, thought, culture (Different languages – different minds? Southern gothic (Faulkner, O’Conner, and the southern tradition) 5. Fiction to film: a comparison of a novel to its film version(s) 7. Inter-cultural aspects of modern existence (globalization, acculturation, ethnicity, etc.) 3. Foreign language learning (strategies, practices, motivations, beliefs and attitudes of successful and unsuccessful learners, language anxiety: causes, solutions, linguistic talent: Does it exist? Global English: Linguistic imperialism or equal chances for everyone? ELT (English as a Foreign Language or English as a Lingua Franca? Men of Two Worlds: Why Mark Twain did not Like Sir Walter Scott? Affirmative Action – Twenty Five years of Controversy Dr. Churchill: life, political career, father of Europe, campaign for a united Europe 2. The age factor in foreign language learning (Are young children always better language learners? How to interpret success and failure in adult foreign language learning? Language policies and linguistic rights (Plurilingualism or Euro-English? Non-verbal communication in teaching english to young learners 11. Different methods and approaches in language teaching 13. Analysis of phenomena related to the verb phrase (e.g. Margaret Thatcher’s Parliamentary Reforms and their Consequences 3. Changes in the American Media Landscape (TV, Internet, Newspapers) 13. The future of Scotland – will Scotland quit from the United Kingdom? Controversy over the Containment policy ( George Kennan) 4. Teaching rhymes and songs to young learners of english the effects of age on language learning 10. Using the internet as a language learning tool in elt 16. Contrastive analysis of a particular grammatical phenomenon in English and in another language of the student’s choice 5. From Junipero Serra to Ricky Martin – Hispanics in American Cultural History 2. Country and Western Music: Changing Values and Changing Words 7. Future of the British Monarchy in respect of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elisabeth II 2. Teacher−student personality in the second language acquisition 9. The role of mother tongue in foreign language teaching Szabóné dr. Ways of expressing subjectivity in the English language 2. English as Lingua Franca (ELF) /English as a Global Language (EGL) 4. From Natty Bumppo to Lucas Davenport – the WASP Hero Arrives in the 21st Century 6.
The Senior Thesis is the capstone experience of the English Major. The project provides a platform for the skills and thinking which English studies develop and refine. The project should. Choosing a Topic The student should choose a thesis topic before or during the spring semester of his or her junior year. The research. For most majors, you have to write a thesis (a very scholarly and lengthy paper with a presentation about something in your field). For those of you who do not know, I am a double major in education and theater. For education, I have to do student teaching instead of thesis, but I have to write a thesis for theater. Since I was a freshman, I have heard all kinds of stories about thesis. You have to find this incredibly large number of sources, and the paper is really long. Another wrote his on The Beatles as a creative process. To freshman me, it sounded like an academic nightmare until I forgot to do a very big paper and wrote the entire thing in two nights. When I got to thesis in my senior year it was not going to be too bad. Everyone told me to write about something I am very passionate about. I love the Beatles, but I did not want to copy someone else. When I hit my sophomore year, I heard stories about seniors not knowing what they would write their thesis on. But this had to be on something I am really passionate about. As I progressed in my experience as a college student, I realized I had this ability to create really long papers out of absolutely nothing, so I became less worried. We had to write a paper on some contemporary issue.
While deciding on a thesis topic, students should also seek out a member of the English faculty to serve as their thesis advisor. It is important to remember that faculty members tend to be more willing to direct theses if these requests come from students who have taken and performed well in the faculty members' courses. What 5 things should you be doing when you want to write a successful Master’s thesis? These five steps are all that you must take to create your thesis and earn the approval of the instructor and a good grade to mark on your academic record. The first step in a successful Master’s thesis starts with having ample workspace to conduct research. It should be a quite area without distractions such as the TV or telephone. Be sure that you are focusing your attention on your thesis and have the study materials needed available and at hand. It could be the only chance that you have to attract the reader your way. The introduction should contain facts and be interesting enough to entice the reader to continue reading your paper. Your introduction should be no more than one page in length. After the introduction is the ‘meat’ of the paper and this is where you will put all of the important data and information concerning your topic. You should state the problem, as well as the steps taken to conclude the assertions that you’ve made in your report.
Rurther information for the English Major within the Department of English at the University of Denver, including required credit hours, departmental distinction, thesis requirement and course requirements. The MAcc program prepares students to meet challenges they face in launching a career in public accounting. The structured educational experience of a graduate program broadens and deepens the student's knowledge and skills. View We recognize that many educators have full work schedules, significant family commitments or live in remote locations that make travel to traditional course locations both difficult and impractical. In response to these needs, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction/Literacy Studies offers the following online master’s degree programs in education: Elementary Education and Secondary Education. View Imagine creating a 30-second spot for the Super Bowl or an interactive Internet campaign for a corporate client.