Method, Results and Critical Discussion about case study (educational intervention)

Assignments 3 and 4
These assignments allow you to study an authentic case study (an educational intervention) of your choice that is related to your professional interests.
Once you have received formative feedback from your lecturer on your Assignment 1: “Proposal for a case study”, then you can further develop your Assignment 1: “Proposal” into Assignments 3 and 4.
Assignment 3 is the Critical Literature Review and Justification to support your case study (educational intervention)
Assignment 4 is the Method, Results and Critical Discussion about your case study (educational intervention)
Submit Assignments 3 and 4 as one paper written in the style of a journal article. For a model of a well-written journal article in the style required for these assignments see,
Reading 11: Center, Y., Freeman, L., Robertson, G., & Outhres, L. (1999). The effect of visual imagery training on the reading and listening comprehension of low listening comprehenders in Year 2. Journal of Research in Reading, 22(3), 241-256.
(Note that this paper by Center et al. (1999) is provided as a model of writing, even though the actual topic of this paper may not be related to your own practical project)
Guidelines for Assignments 3 & 4: Case study investigation (educational intervention)
1. This case study is intended to be a brief investigation. In most cases it is likely to involve just a single student/participant. The intervention should be brief – perhaps one or two 15-30min sessions. DO NOT MAKE THIS A LARGE SCALE INVESTIGATION.
2. Select one of your mini-plans that you are particularly interested in, from the weekly exercises in the study guide/workbook, and develop it into a more extended plan for teaching-learning. This will be your EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION.
3. Find a learner (a student, friend, family member) whose learning would benefit from your educational intervention. This will be your CASE STUDY (Participant).
Literature review
4. Read and provide a critical review of literature about the concepts underpinning your educational intervention. (Note that a critical literature review is NOT an annotated bibliography. Rather, in a critical literature review you bring together, analyse (break down), and synthesise (re-form and connect in new ways) research and evidence about your area of study.
5. Explain why you hypothesise (predict) that your educational intervention will be of benefit to your case study.
6. Pre-intervention: Collect some data from your case study in the area of your proposed educational intervention. Data might include work samples, questionnaires, interviews, observations, tests. Provide analysis and brief extracts of this pre-intervention data.
7. Work with your case study, over one or two sessions, to put into practice your educational intervention.
8. Provide the record of everything that you (as teacher) and your case study (as learner) do during the educational intervention, so that another researcher or teacher could replicate your method.
9. Post-intervention: Collect data that will allow you to make a good estimate of the effect of your educational intervention on your case study. Data might include work samples, questionnaires, interviews, observations, tests that parallel the form of data collected at the pre-intervention stage.
Critical discussion
10. From your results, critically analyse the effects that your educational intervention had upon your case study. What worked well? What didn’t work? Make suggestions for future improvements/modifications/extensions to your educational intervention.
11. Include a Reference list in APA style that exactly matches your in-text citations
Stay within the word limit in your assignment.

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