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LECTOR DE TESIS EJEMPLO 1 Cuando un tesista termina de escribir los 5 capítulos de su tesis, ésta es enviada a 2 lectores.

Aquí algunos comentarios del primer lector para el tesista. Les muestro únicamente los comentarios en las páginas de la bibliografía; las 40 páginas restantes de la tesis también contienen comentarios del profesor sobre citas, descripción de los participantes y el contexto del que se obtuvo la data, interpretación de gráficas, calidad de las conclusiones y desarrollo en general de la tesis. BIBLIOGRAPHY These highlighted references were never mentioned in your literature or somewhere else in the thesis. If they were not mentioned, you should omit them here. Also, the indentation in your references must be changed. I put the first one in the correct format. You change the rest. Acuna, Reyes, R. (1993). Communicative competence and whole language instruction in the foreign language secondary school classroom. In A. Carrasquillo& C. Hedley (Eds.), Norwood, NJ; Ablex Publishing Company. Alshumaineri, Yousif Y. (2009). Needs Analysis. Retrieved on (you need to write the date you checked it on the Internet) from http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/yousif/Course%20content%20for%20CI%20584/Needs%20An alysis.pdf Blair R. J (1997).The role of English and other foreign languages in the Japanese society.The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. 5, Pages 74-86. http://iteslj.org/Articles/ Brindley, G. (1984). Needs Analysis and Objective Setting in the Adult Migrant Education Program, Sydney NSW. Adult Migrant Education Services. Brown, James, Dean, J. D. (1995) .The elements of Language Curriculum. A systematic Approach to Program Development. Independence, KY, USA, Heinle & Heinle Publishers. Chan, V. (2001). Determining Students’ Language Needs in a Tertiary Setting. English Teaching Forum on line. http://exchange.state.gou/english teaching/forum-journal.html Chiaki Yamaguchi. (1994). Towards International English in EFL classroom in Japan. http://iteslj.org/Articles/Yamaguchi-Language.html Dudley-Evans. T. St John M. (1998) Developments in English for specific purposes: a multidisciplinary approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Howatt, A. P. R. (1984). A history of ELT. New York: Oxford University Press.

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