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MASTERS EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

MASTERS EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

 

 

 

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MASTERS EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

 

 

  1. Plight of english students in language ambiguity
  2. Three (3) examples of expository essays
  3. Understanding the major types of letter writing
  4. 100 examples of common collective nouns
  5. An analysis of politeness strategies in gikuyu: a case of thika sub-county, kenya.
  6. Morphological structures and classification of neologisms in ngugi wa thiong’o’s murogi wa kagogo.
  7. In-group and out-group use of language among matatu crew; a case study of meru town
  8. Strategies used in teaching oral skills in the english language and their effect on pupils’ performance in lower primary schools in kakamega county, kenya
  9. A thematic and stylistic analysis of christianised traditional anlo songs: a case study of st. Mary’s roman catholic church, hatorgodo.
  10. An analysis of flight announcers’ language at the murtala muhammed airport, lagos
  11. The natural environment in the selected poems of john keats and niyi osundare: an eco-critical perspective
  12. Cohesion in the written english texts of hearing impaired learners in selected high schools for the deaf in kenya
  13. The novelist as historian: exploring the social commentary, activism and politicality of post-colonial african literature
  14. “comparative analysis of colonial resistance in sembène ousmane’s god’s bits of wood and ngugi wa thiong’o’s weep not, child”
  15. Motivations for code switching among fulfulde speakers within yola south local government area, adamawa state
  16. A contrastive analysis of the sentence structure of english and igarra languages
  17. Incorrect punctuation, as a cause of ambiguity andmisunderstanding in written communcation.
  18. Ayi kwei armah’s narrative grammar- a study of his first three novels
  19. This thesis is submitted to the university of ghana, legon in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of master of philosophy degree in english
  20. Representing islam in ahmadou kouroumas allah is not obliged and mohammed naseehu alis the prophet of zongo street
  21. Agency and processes in religious discourse: a transitivity analysis of the sermon on the mount
  22. Using environmental prints to teach reading at the basic school
  23. Progressive aspect in ghanaian and british english
  24. Sms and the electronic media: a discourse analysis of text messages on radio panel discussions in ghana
  25. Female masculinity in selected shakespearean and nigerian plays
  26. A stylistic analysis of some selected political speeches by john evans atta mills
  27. A comparative study of mood choice in sermons of two charismatic church preachers
  28. Generic moves in selected m.phil research proposals from a public university in ghana
  29. Ethical dilemma revisited: pbo newspapers and the professional elbowroom of the nigerian journalist
  30. The pragmatics of politeness in post office service in ibadan metropolis, nigeria
  31. Classical model of transformational generative grammar as a pedagogical aid in teaching non-native speakers of english
  32. Defining the ghanaian feminist novel: a study of ama ata aidoo’s our sister killjoy and changes and amma darko’s beyond the horizon and not without flowers
  33. Gendered power relations as expressed in selected ewe proverbs
  34. Linguo-literary reflections of feminism in the works of ifeoma okoye
  35. The influence of motivation and socio-cultural factors on students’ language competence
  36. Investigating the performance of students in colleges of education in the english language
  37. The study of concord errors in the writing of students of koforidua senior high technical school
  38. A linguistics analysis of television talk show a case study of nta kaduna
  39. The impact of pidgin english on students competence in nigeria university : case study of 300 level students of mell
  40. Semantic redundancy in students’ speeches: a case study of mathematics department, usmanu danfodiyo university sokoto.
  41. The manifestation of non standard usage of english among university students: the syntactic perspective
  42. Reduplication in nigerian english ( a case study of usmanu danfodiyo university, sokoto)
  43. The epistle as a medium of communication: an analysis of abubakar gimba’s letters to my children and mariama ba’s so long a letter.
  44. The role of nigerian pidgin english: a case study of army day secondary school, sokoto.
  45. Effects of pornography on viewers in fct
  46. Code-switching by kindergarten teachers in selected schools in the dormaa municipality.
  47. Tracing the evolution of the roles of female characters in selected works of chinua achebe
  48. Sentence types and proficiency levels in students’ essays: a case of achimota senior high school
  49. The influence of motivation and socio-cultural factors on students language competence
  50. Language, power and ideology: a critical discourse analysis of selected speeches of nana addo dankwa akufo-addo and john dramani mahama
  51. Articulations of womanism in adichie’s purple hibiscus and emecheta’s the joys of motherhood
  52. Code-switching among ga-english speakers: a grammatical analysis
  53. A linguistic analysis of scam mails
  54. A discourse analysis of selected pentecostal sermons in lagos, nigeria
  55. Investigating the low performance of students’ english in the basic education certificate examination in the sunyani municipality
  56. Defining the ghanaian feminist novel: a study of ama ata aidoo’s our sister killjoy and changes and amma darko’s beyond the horizon and not without flowers
  57. A comparative study of ngugi wa thiong’o’s weep not, child and dreams in a time of war
  58. Investigating the sources of errors in the writing of senior high school students
  59. A rhetorical analysis of political discourse: a comparative study of the use of metaphor in the speeches of nkrumah and rawlings
  60. The effects of using wattpad app in academic performances in english subject of selected grade 9 students in justice eliezer r. Delos santos national highschool (sy 2019-2020)
  61. Characterization in benjamin kwakye’s the other crucifix: an interpersonal metafunction approach
  62. The grammar of advertisement: a multimodal discourse analysis of charismatic church programme posters
  63. A comparative register analysis of editorials from ghanaian and british newspapers
  64. Using assessment results to improve english language teaching and learning
  65. Effects of reading fluency instruction on reading comprehension: a case study of koforidua senior high technical school
  66. Gendered narratives and the west african civil war novel: a study of aminatta forna’s the memory of love and chimamanda ngozi adichie’s half of a yellow sun
  67. The role of english as medium of instruction in lower primary schools
  68. Lexico-semantic nigerianism in nigerian newspapers: a case study of selected newspapers
  69. Language of persuasion: an examination of governor aliyu wamakko’s selected speeches
  70. A study of the verbal group in the student pidgin (sp) of the evangelical presbyterian church mawuko girls‟ shs, ho
  71. A return to the past: a study of contemporary ghanaian spoken word poetry
  72. Disillusionment and survival in african migration literature: a study of okey ndibe’s foreign gods, inc. And unoma azuah’s edible bones.
  73. Investigating the performance of students in colleges of education in the english language
  74. The narrative structure of john milton’s paradise lost
  75. Portrayal of poverty in selected namibian plays by hangula, molapong, thaniseb and philander

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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