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  • Authors: Hoàng, Thị Thu Hà;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2010)

  • It is said that all living creatures in the world have their own ways of communicating with each others. For example, the ants giving information by touching others’ antennas when carrying their food, or the birds, the dolphins use their own sounds to transfer and receive information. We human being use our unique tool which no other creature may have. We mostly use language to talk to others. However, each nation and each ethnic has their different language. In my home country, Vietnam, there are 54 ethnics. Not all of them have written language, but they have their own spoken language. Similarly, we have hundreds of languages all over the world. To communicate with people who spea...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Đặng Mai Linh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2017)

  • This study is a critical discourse analysis of Chinese and Vietnamese online media coverage of the East Sea dispute from May 1, 2014 to July 16, 2014. A critical discourse analysis was made to delineate the contrasting representations of China and Vietnam. With the purpose of discerning the underlying ideologies of the reporters, Fairclough‟s CDA framework and Halliday‟s systemic-functional theory were used to analyze the news reports. The study just focused on some linguistic features of the text. In terms of lexical choice, only overwording was analyzed. Then with respect to grammatical analysis, transitivity was scrutinized. The researcher made an attempt to illustrate the relation...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Thúy Hằng;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2010)

  • Chapter 1, Theoretical Background, provides some fundamental and theoretical concepts which are relevant to the purposes of the study. Chapter 2 is aimed at examining the expansion relation in English. In this chapter, expansion relation is investigated in detail, with a view to formulting a framework for the analysis of the chosen text. Chapter 3 deals with the representation of expansion relation in the chosen text –the inauguration speech of President Barack Obama. The aim of this chapter is to find out how different types of expansion are used in the text and to see whether they express the intention of the speaker clearly and accu...

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  • Authors: Trần, Hoài Linh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2014)

  • This study was intended to investigate the motivation of English gifted students at High School for Gifted Students, Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE). More specifically, the researcher attempted to offer several common definitions and perceptions of motivati on and identify the categories of motivation, perceived by different theories by reviewing several models of language learning motivation up to now. More importantly , the study aims to investigate the type of motivations that exist among English gifted students at High School for Gifted Students, HNUE and examine whether gifte...

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  • Authors: Hồ, Phương Thảo;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2014)

  • This study aims to find out grammatical cohesion in the story "All Gold Canyon" by Jack London basing on the theoretical framework by Halliday and Hasan (1976). The research findings show that grammatical cohesion is used in a very high rate to connect the text together. Furthermore, among different types of grammatical cohesive devices, reference and conjunction account for most of cohesion with 74% and 24% respectively, which shows that the text is highly cohesive. Substitution and ellipsis, in contrast, take up only 1% for each type. This may indicate that there are few conversations among character...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Phương Ánh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2016)

  • This research was conducted to find out the answers to the two questions below: firstly, “How does explicit English vocabulary teaching influence the students‟ vocabulary retention?”, secondly, “What are the good and bad effects of explicit English vocabulary teaching on the students‟ vocabulary retention? An action research was implemented based on its useful features. In the research process, the questionnaires and the tests were used to collect quantitative data, and the interviews and the observation were applied to collect qualitative information. The results of the research revealed that explicit vocabulary teaching method is relatively effective the learners‟ vocabulary retenti...

Browsing by Author Hoàng, Văn Vân

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  • 04051000379_Tom_tat.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Hoàng, Thị Thu Hà;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2010)

  • It is said that all living creatures in the world have their own ways of communicating with each others. For example, the ants giving information by touching others’ antennas when carrying their food, or the birds, the dolphins use their own sounds to transfer and receive information. We human being use our unique tool which no other creature may have. We mostly use language to talk to others. However, each nation and each ethnic has their different language. In my home country, Vietnam, there are 54 ethnics. Not all of them have written language, but they have their own spoken language. Similarly, we have hundreds of languages all over the world. To communicate with people who spea...

  • 04051001391.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Nguyễn, Đặng Mai Linh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2017)

  • This study is a critical discourse analysis of Chinese and Vietnamese online media coverage of the East Sea dispute from May 1, 2014 to July 16, 2014. A critical discourse analysis was made to delineate the contrasting representations of China and Vietnam. With the purpose of discerning the underlying ideologies of the reporters, Fairclough‟s CDA framework and Halliday‟s systemic-functional theory were used to analyze the news reports. The study just focused on some linguistic features of the text. In terms of lexical choice, only overwording was analyzed. Then with respect to grammatical analysis, transitivity was scrutinized. The researcher made an attempt to illustrate the relation...

  • 04051000423_Noi_dung.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Thúy Hằng;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2010)

  • Chapter 1, Theoretical Background, provides some fundamental and theoretical concepts which are relevant to the purposes of the study. Chapter 2 is aimed at examining the expansion relation in English. In this chapter, expansion relation is investigated in detail, with a view to formulting a framework for the analysis of the chosen text. Chapter 3 deals with the representation of expansion relation in the chosen text –the inauguration speech of President Barack Obama. The aim of this chapter is to find out how different types of expansion are used in the text and to see whether they express the intention of the speaker clearly and accu...

  • 04051001148_noi_dung.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Trần, Hoài Linh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2014)

  • This study was intended to investigate the motivation of English gifted students at High School for Gifted Students, Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE). More specifically, the researcher attempted to offer several common definitions and perceptions of motivati on and identify the categories of motivation, perceived by different theories by reviewing several models of language learning motivation up to now. More importantly , the study aims to investigate the type of motivations that exist among English gifted students at High School for Gifted Students, HNUE and examine whether gifte...

  • 04051001111.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Hồ, Phương Thảo;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2014)

  • This study aims to find out grammatical cohesion in the story "All Gold Canyon" by Jack London basing on the theoretical framework by Halliday and Hasan (1976). The research findings show that grammatical cohesion is used in a very high rate to connect the text together. Furthermore, among different types of grammatical cohesive devices, reference and conjunction account for most of cohesion with 74% and 24% respectively, which shows that the text is highly cohesive. Substitution and ellipsis, in contrast, take up only 1% for each type. This may indicate that there are few conversations among character...

  • 04051001376.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Phương Ánh;  Advisor: Hoàng, Văn Vân (2016)

  • This research was conducted to find out the answers to the two questions below: firstly, “How does explicit English vocabulary teaching influence the students‟ vocabulary retention?”, secondly, “What are the good and bad effects of explicit English vocabulary teaching on the students‟ vocabulary retention? An action research was implemented based on its useful features. In the research process, the questionnaires and the tests were used to collect quantitative data, and the interviews and the observation were applied to collect qualitative information. The results of the research revealed that explicit vocabulary teaching method is relatively effective the learners‟ vocabulary retenti...