The At The Summer Camp Program Essay

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Participants were selected through P.S. 97 third grade students who are currently attending to the summer camp program. Initially, 41 participants participated in this study, including 20 boys, 20 girls, and 1 female teacher. The consent forms of this experiment were signed by the 40 third grade students’ parents or guardians. Two classroom setting existed: The first group of students received direct-instruction teaching on Day 1’s English Language Art lesson and the second group students received arts-based instruction (integrating drama) or drama-based teaching on Day 2’s English Language Art lesson. The participants in the first group consisted of 10 boys and 10 girls, including 5 students are ELL learners and their reading levels ranged from A to H, 5 students’ reading levels ranged from J to K, 5 students’ reading levels ranged from L to M, and 5 students’ reading levels ranged from N to P. The participants in the second group consisted of 10 boys and 10 girls, including 5 students are ELL learners and their reading levels ranged from A to H, 5 students’ reading levels ranged from J to K, 5 students’ reading levels ranged from L to M, and 5 students’ reading levels ranged from N to P. Another participant is the teacher who was teaching in third-grade summer camp program. The teacher has NYS teacher certification and has been teaching in a public school system about five years.
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The teacher who was also a participant in this study designed two lesson plans for…

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