Browsing by Subject "Parental encouragement"
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A correlative study of motivation for learning Chinese according to academic achievement and parental encouragement among grade four to grade six students at Ladprao Bilingual School (LBS), Bangkok, Thailand (Assumption University Press, 2016)
Parental encouragement has been shown to have a positive relationship with students' learning motivation and their academic achievement. This study examined the level of the students' Chinese learning motivation, the student's perception of parental encouragement and the relationship among parental encouragement, Chinese learning motivation and academic achievement. The researcher used a questionnaire as the main instrument for data collection. One hundred and thirteen students at Ladprao Bilingual School (LBS) grades four to six in the academic ...
The relationship between motivation and perceived parental encouragement for learning English as a foreign language with English achievement of Grades 6 to 8 students at St. John's Private School, Pathein, Myanmar (Assumption University Press, 2020)
The purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between motivation and perceived parental encouragement for learning English as a foreign language with English achievement of Grades 6 to 8 students at St. John's Private School, Pathein, Myanmar. The study was quantitative study, and motivation questionnaire was used to collected data from 157 students in academic year 2018-2019 at St. John’s Private School, Pathein, Myanmar. For English achievement test, Grades 6 to 8 monthly test was used in this study. Means, standard deviations, ...
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRIMARY 5 AND 6 STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTAL ENCOURAGEMENT AND THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN MANDARIN LEARNING AT AN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, BANGKOK (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
This research investigated the relationship between students’ perceptions of parental encouragement and their academic achievement in Mandarin learning at an International School, Bangkok during term 2, and 2014-2015. The study focused on three objectives. The first was to identify the level of student perception of parental encouragement to learn Mandarin in primary 5 and 6. The second was to identify the level of student academic achievement in primary 5 and 6 Mandarin learning. The third was to determine if there was a significant relationship ...