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    Title: The continuing problems of oral grammar correction
    Authors: Truscott, John
    教師: 卓江
    Date: 2005
    Relation: International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching,1 (2),17-22
    Keywords: oral grammar correction
    Abstract: Political and academic critics of bilingual education in the United States have claimed that the research evidence supporting native language instruction is weak, a claim that has also been echoed by some prominent supporters of bilingual programs. This claim has had a damaging effect on the political fate of bilingual education in states such as California, Arizona, and Massachusetts. In this paper, I argue that (1) the primary metric used to support this critique--the percentage of research studies meta-analysts have found "methodologically acceptable"--is a vague and not widely accepted approach for weighing the quality of a research literature; (2) the percentage of studies found methodologically acceptable in bilingual education research is not very different from similar other, federally-funded research in education and the social sciences; (3) there is little basis for comparison for bilingual education research and other psychology- and education-related literatures since percentages of methodologically acceptable studies are rarely reported in research reviews; and (4) higher quality research is necessary, but should not be viewed in isolation to real-world constraints on such endeavors.
    URI: http://www.tprstories.com/ijflt/IJFLTSpring05.pdf
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