Spects of Language Teaching by Mixed (native/non-native) Teaching Teams

Assignment 2: Course Project : Literature Review on the topic a?Aspects of Language Teaching by Mixed (Native/Non-Native) Teaching Teams.
a? Consider the following guidelines:
a? You are writing to educate your audience. Who is your audience for this assignment? How much does your audience know about your research topic?
a? You are trying to convince your audience you are competent as a researcher dealing with your topic. You do this by integrating and evaluating the literature, by examining the patterns existing among the articles, and by discussing the studies you considered stronger.
a? You will identify the weaknesses and/or gaps you found in the literature. A weakness or a gap may be small; for example, a certain population has not yet been researched for your topic.
a? Give credit for direct quotes and ideas not original to you. Be overly cautious to avoid plagiarism.
a? Many writers of literature reviews concentrate on the body of their literature review first, and then write the introduction and the summary near the end of their writing.
.Read the manuscript preparation reminders to prepare your literature review.
Manuscript Preparation Reminders
Paper Size: 8.5a? x 11a?
Typeface: 12 pt. Times Roman or 12 pt. Courier
Margins: Minimum of 1a? for top, bottom, left, and right margins
Length: 10a 14 pages
Spacing: Double
Paragraph Indents: 5a 7 spaces; 1st line of each paragraph is indented
Page Numbers: In Arabic numerals in upper-right-hand corner; first from right-hand edge of page
Reference Page: Must follow APA format
Title Page: Must follow APA format
Write your first draft of the literature review in a minimum of 10 double-spaced pages as a Word document. In your literature review, you should have:
WRITE IN A TECHINICAL STYLE, NO EMOTIONS, 3D PERSON, PRESENT FACTS IN A SIMPLE MANNER, TAKE YOURSELF OUT. It is not a character essay.APA FORMAT
Integrated and evaluated the literature, by examining the patterns existing among the articles.
Discussed which studies were considered stronger.
a? Identified the weaknesses and/or gaps found in the literature.
a? Evaluated and synthesized the literature you chose.
a? Given credit for direct quotes and ideas not original to you.
a? Avoided plagiarism, cautiously and judiciously.
a? Begun with an introduction and ended with a summary.
a? Used spell check to review the first draft.
a? Proofread after the use of spell check.
Make sure all borrowed material has been accurately cited.