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Title: Enhancing Vocabulary Acquisition in the Language Classroom Using Vocabulary Notebooks
運用單字筆記本學習英語字彙
Authors: Lai, Ying-Chun
Contributors: 彰化師範大學文學院
Keywords: EFL;Vocabulary;Learning strategy;Notebook
外語學習;字彙;學習策略;筆記本
Date: 2013-09
Issue Date: 2015-06-15T09:27:26Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學文學院
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate how students respond to a vocabulary notebook assignment to understand their approaches to learning vocabulary. The data were gathered from 152 English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners using self-report questionnaires. The study highlights the importance of exposing language learners to a variety of learning techniques and providing them with guidance on how to use those techniques during the learning process. The investigation reveals that learning vocabulary by keeping vocabulary notebooks is helpful to students and effective at promoting skills necessary for learner autonomy. Students reported that this learning approach improved their English learning skills. These students subsequently became more attentive to their own learning, spent more time and effort in that learning, and developed better study habits.
此研究論文主要在探討以使用單字筆記本之學習方法,增進學生的字彙學習和促進獨立學習。152 個大學生參與這項研究。在大學的大一英文課程中,於歷時一年的期間,學生依據教師之指導,記錄單字於筆記本中,並配合使用相關之學習策略,有效的使用單字筆記本去學習生字。於第二次學期結束時,研究者以問卷方式調查學生學習情形、學習心得以及對此學習方式的看法。研究結果顯示,實施使用單字筆記本有其價值與重要性。絕大多數的學生表示,當從事於這項學習方式時,他們付出更多的努力,也更有效率的學習英語。此外,大多數學生表示考慮將來會繼續使用類似方法去學習單字。許多學生反映,相較於先前,他們學習的方法有所改變,讓學習效果更好,許多學生亦表示自己在語言能力上有所增進。對此學習方法多數學生持正面看法,也有部分學生對這此單字作業與學習方式提出建議。
Relation: 彰化師範大學文學院學報, 8: 17-38
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