The Academic Achievement of Writing via Project-Based Learning

  title={The Academic Achievement of Writing via Project-Based Learning},
  author={Duangkamol Thitivesa},
This paper focuses on the use of project work as a pretext for applying the conventions of writing, or the correctness of mechanics, usage, and sentence formation, in a content-based class in a Rajabhat University. Its aim was to explore to what extent the student teachers’ academic achievement of the basic writing features against the 70% attainment target after the use of project is. The organization of work around an agreed theme in which the students reproduce language provided by texts and… CONTINUE READING

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