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Research topic help!!
Old 02-18-2016, 11:02 PM
 
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I am currently enrolled in classes to get an ELL endorsement. Just learned in tonight's class I will need to do a research project in the fall semester. I need to have a topic by the end of this semester. Any advice on what would be a great topic to do research on would be greatly appreciated!! I'm drawing a blank & am kind of freaking out over this!! Please help!! TIA


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I got one for you!
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Hey, sorry I am responding so late but I hope you still have time.

I also had to do a research proposal last spring. Mine was about second language acquisition and language/learning disability. In a nutshell, my research question was: Do learning/language disabilities impact second language acquisition? Of course, my question was more refined, but I hope you got the gist. Let me know if you would want to take it up.
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Would love to
Old 03-25-2016, 12:41 PM
 
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I would love to hear/see what you did. Could you explain more or show me examples?
Thank you so much for you help!!
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