Graduate Project Title
The Effects of Computer Assisted ESL Instruction on Limited English Proficient Students
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
James G. Green
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Minerva L. Caples
A study was conducted to determine whether computer assisted instruction or the traditional ESL teaching method was more effective in teaching Limited English Proficient (LEP) students, English language proficiency. Twenty-two second grade subjects were separated into two groups at one elementary school in Yakima, Washington. The experimental group received computer assisted ESL instruction, while the control group was instructed with the traditional ESL teaching method. Analysis of the results supported the research hypotheses for one of the three dependent variables. The null hypothesis could not be rejected for a second variable, while for a third variable, a significant difference was found in the opposite direction.
Sanchez, Raul M., "The Effects of Computer Assisted ESL Instruction on Limited English Proficient Students" (1990). All Graduate Projects. 315.
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