Methods and methodologies in second language writing research.

There are five questions embedded in the template for this week’s assignment, the Week 3 Template: Quantitative Research Studies Report [DOCX]. For this discussion:
Post your response to the one question you found most interesting and personally relevant.
Explain why this question was personally relevant to you.
Explain how your answer to this question might prove helpful to you when you develop your AIP.
Second Part of the Assignment
Annotated Bibliography Preparation
At the end of your initial post, please also include the APA citations for the two peer-reviewed quantitative research studies that you selected in preparation for your Week 8 Annotated Bibliography assignment. Your instructor will verify that the two articles:
Employ quantitative research methods.
Are scholarly, peer-reviewed articles.
Were published no more than seven years ago.
Were located in the Capella Library.
Are not dissertations or theses.
Are not mixed methods studies.
Are not meta-analyses, meta-syntheses, literature review syntheses, or content analyses.
Use your Creswell and Creswell text to read the following:
Chapter 8, “Quantitative Methods,” pages 147–177.
Use the Capella Library to read the following:
Pyrczak, F., & Oh, D. M. (2018). Making sense of statistics: A conceptual overview (7th ed.):
Chapter 16, “Correlation,” pages 85–90.
Chapter 17, “Pearson r,” pages 91–94.
Chapter 19, “Introduction to Hypothesis Testing,” pages 107–112.
Chapter 20, “Decisions about the Null Hypothesis,” pages 113–118.
Chapter 21, “Introduction to the t Test,” pages 121–127
Chapter 25, “Reports of the Results of t Tests,” 143–147.
Hyland, K. (2016). Methods and methodologies in second language writing research. System, 59, 116–125.
This article argues that experimental methods and designs are not neutral options but allow us to see certain things but not others.
Chen, M., Hwang, G., & Chang, Y. (2019). A reflective thinking-promoting approach to enhancing graduate students’ flipped learning engagement, participation behaviors, reflective thinking and project learning outcomes. British Journal of Educational Technology, 50(5), 2288–2307.
This study demonstrates a quasi-experimental design.
Byrne, D. (2017). Project planner: Philosophy of research. Sage.
Read the questions and answers in the “Research Ethics” section, beginning with “How Do I Know My Research Is Ethical?” and ending with “Checklist: Ethical Data Collection from Human Participants.”

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