Use of students’ native language in reversing their underachievement when learning English as a second language
|dc.contributor.advisor||Schallert, Diane L.|
|dc.creator||Peshwe, Akhilesh Vasantrao||en|
|dc.description.abstract||In finding ways to help students achieve their goals and become productive members of society, mere categorization of students as successful or unsuccessful is insufficient. Hence, in this report, I explore the literature to understand the connections between the construct of underachievement and other such aspects as motivation, anxiety, attitude, cognitive ability, self-efficacy, and learning strategies that are also related to underachievement and may play a crucial role in its reversal. I propose an organization of a lesson plan based on the use of the mother tongue in order to reverse low achievement while specifically delving into the Indian context when learning English as a second language.||en|
|dc.title||Use of students’ native language in reversing their underachievement when learning English as a second language||en|
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