Improving The Scientific Research Methodology's Component Parts for Language Teaching

Guido Fare Olivares Gavino, Marco Antonio Nolasco-Mamani, Uriel Rigoberto Quispe-Quezada, Ronal Raul Florez Díaz, María del Rocio Haro Echegaray, Paulo Cesar Chiri Saravia, Segundo A.V. Llanos, Carlos Eduardo Zulueta Cueva, Wilson Wily Sardon Quispe, Cesar Emmanuel Cubas Ramirez, Lilian Amparo Delgado Carbajal, Bernardo Céspedes Panduro, Anibal Oblitas Gonzales

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Abstract

The key components of scientific research technique are covered here for language education. Scientific research methodology is a strategy that enables researchers to accomplish their goals rationally and effectively while using the proper resources for each step of the research process. It is underlined how crucial it is to have precise, feasible study goals as well as the amount of work and commitment needed to accomplish them. The significance of the student's work in this process is stressed, and the function of the methodology as a universal or unitary procedure that researchers adhere to is explored. Research is an integral aspect of higher education since without it, earning a degree or an academic degree is all but impossible. To build skills in reality analysis and enhance scientific research, it is advised to support creative, experimental, and exploratory learning. The fundamental components of scientific research technique for language education are comprehensively covered in this abstract. Research paper preparation is like turning a screw; it takes time and is not a simple task. It is important to recognize and accept that research paper preparation causes anxiety because it involves trial and error, attempts and ideas that are later abandoned or replaced by better ones, or by others that were once thought to be better, and returning to previously abandoned ideas. A documentary study was conducted, the documentary analysis method was applied, and the tool used was the bibliographic record, which allowed registering, ordering, and summarizing the information from sources closest to the subject, evidencing through the methodology of scientific research for lang. On the basis of a bibliographic search, the goal is to specifically examine the state of the art in various areas of scientific research methods.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)303-313
Number of pages11
JournalWorld Journal of English Language
Volume13
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - 2023

Keywords

  • important aspects
  • language teaching
  • research techniques
  • research writing
  • scientific research

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