Article Critique Essay

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  • Critique of Article

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    required to determine the reliability and validity of information from various sources, such as journals, text books, and web pages (http://www.lib.berkeley.edu). The article in question looks at “the impact of early dementia an outdoor life”. Bennet (2001) is the framework that will be used to help structure the evaluation of this article, as it should then give an indication if the information is clearly justified or not. The study was carried out by four researchers: who have clearly stated their

  • Article Critique Assignment

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    Article Critique Assignment   Article Critique Assignment In the article “Language acquisition for deaf children: Reducing the harms of zero tolerance to the use of alternative approaches” the authors talked about children need regularly and meaningfully accessible to human language. Children that have not acquired a language in the early years might never speak fluently in any language. This critical period is for children to develop their first language skills. Most children that are born

  • Quantitative Article Critique

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    Quantitative Article Critique Preface This paper is an academic critique of the article written by Yin-Kum Law (2008) titled The role of attribution beliefs, motivation and strategy use in Chinese fifth-graders’ reading comprehension found in Routledge Taylor & Francis Group Educational Research Journal. This article will be broken down by section, with each segment being independently evaluated. This paper is a critique of several different aspects of the research study including: data collection

  • Article Critique 1

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    Introduction This is critique of the article Supporting Families through Discharge from PICU to the Ward: the Development and Evaluation of a Discharge Information Brochure for Families by Sophie Linton, Chelsea Grant, and Juliet Pellegrini, published in Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2008, vol. 24). The critiquing framework used is the Qualitative Appraisal Tool in Critical Appraisal Skills Programme because it has several questions relating to assumptions or principles which characterize

  • Summary Of Article Critique

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    ARP Article Critique Template Student Name: Julie Ann A. Matulin Summary Section – Please answer the following prompts and questions based on the article you selected by typing your answers on this template. 1. Cite the article as it would appear on a reference page by following APA guidelines. LaGasse, A. B. (2014). Effects of a music therapy group intervention on enhancing social skills in children with autism. Journal of Music Therapy, 51(3), 250-75. doi: 10.1093/jmt/thu012 2. Describe

  • Critique Of A Research Article

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    Critique of a research article This paper is a critique of Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin’s research article ‘Knowledge Workers’ as the New Apprentices: The Influence of Organisational Autonomy, Goals and Values on the Nurturing of Expertise’ Vocations and Learning’. Professor Alison Fuller, formerly of the University of Southampton, has been Chair in Vocational Education and Work at the Institute Of Education (IOE) since September 2013 while Lorna Unwin is Chair in Vocational Education at the IOE

  • Research Article Critique

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    The objective of this assignment is to critique the research article titled ‘Staff-student relationships and their impact on nursing students’ belongingness and learning’. Polit and Beck (2008) highlighted that there is expectancy on nurses to conduct research in order to base their practice on evidence which has emerged from research. Nurses are expected to use their research findings to make informed decisions and actions with patients. The ultimate goal of research is to develop and expand ones

  • Journal Article Critique

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    Research Article 1 Roberts, T. (2003). Effects of Alphabet-Letter Instruction on Young Children's Word Recognition [Electronic Version]. Journal of Educational Psychology, 95 (1), 41-51. Title The title of the article gave a fair representation of the topic as it was clear and concise in the wording. The title encompassed the idea that alphabet letter instruction on young children's word recognition would be explored through experiments and analysis. Reading on through the article it was evident

  • Qualitative Article Critique. The Qualitative Article That

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    Qualitative Article Critique The qualitative article that will be the focus of this critique is “The Impact of Teacher Self-Efficacy on the Students ' Motivation and Achievement” (Mojavezi & Tamiz, 2012). Per Mojavezi and Tamiz (2012), “The purpose of this study was two-fold: The first purpose was to examine whether there is any significant relationship between teacher self-efficacy and students’ motivation, and the second purpose was to examine if there is any difference in students’ achievement

  • Critique of a Research Article

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    teams. This assignment will look at an article by Sheehan, Robertson and Ormond (2007) who are educators with speech/language, medical radiation technology and occupational therapy professional backgrounds. The researchers are professionals from Christchurch College of Education, School of Occupational Therapy and the University of Canterbury respectively. The article was published in the Journal of Inter professional Care in New Zealand. The article was chosen because it highlights the complex

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