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language_acquisition_feedback [2011/04/20 08:40]
levims
language_acquisition_feedback [2011/04/20 08:44]
ewatson
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 === Feedback #1 === === Feedback #1 ===
-  - Move up the project label above the group members +== Organization == 
-  ​- “Our group intends to analyze the process of language acquisition in:”- Don’t state "our group."​ Make it formal (no we or I). +  * Move up the project label above the group members 
-  - Milestones of Typical, Hearing Infants: Summary should go on top +  ​Milestones of Typical, Hearing Infants: Summary should go on top 
-  ​- Need an introduction on the main page to connect all your points +  ​* As you add more information make sure to stay organized and in a way that a reader could understand ​the progression of the information. If there is just many paragraphs of information without organization it is hard to follow and therefore the reader will lose interest. ​ 
-  - Milestones of Hearing Impaired Infants, with Non-impaired Parents : better format for pictures, a little bit awkward placement. Maybe you can seperate the page into different headings and subheading to make it easier to read.  +  ​* Milestones of Hearing Infants, with Hearing Impaired Parents: Shorter headings. Capitalize the headings. Typo: (CODA;s) 
-  ​- Milestones of Hearing Infants, with Hearing Impaired Parents: Shorter headings. Capitalize the headings. Typo: (CODA;s) +  * The best organization is: Milestones in hearing children of hearing impaired parents 8-) set everything up like that! It is very organized and captivating. 
-  ​Put a picture on every page- don't need it but it engages the reader ​\\ +  * Milestones of Hearing Impaired Infants, with Non-impaired Parents : better format for pictures, a little bit awkward placement. Maybe you can seperate the page into different headings and subheading to make it easier to read. 
-  ​- Cite ASHA under sources +== Clarity == 
-  - The best organization isMilestones in hearing children of hearing impaired parents 8-) set everything up like that! It is very organized and captivating+  ​* Cite ASHA under source 
-  ​- As you add more information make sure to stay organized and in a way that a reader could understand ​the progression of the information. If there is just many paragraphs of information without organization it is hard to follow and therefore the reader will lose interest. ​+ 
 +== Content == 
 +  ​Put a picture on every page- don't need it but it engages the reader 
 +  ​* “Our group intends to analyze the process of language acquisition in:Don’t state "our group."​ Make it formal (no we or I). 
 +  ​* Need an introduction on the main page to connect all your points 
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 *Edited by bilingual language acquisition group on April 20th, 2011 *Edited by bilingual language acquisition group on April 20th, 2011