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    Title: 台灣高中英文教科書語言行為之研究 —以「邀請」、「不同意」為例
    An Analysis of the Presentation of the Speech Acts of Invitation and Disagreement in Taiwanese English Textbooks for Senior High Schools in Taiwan
    Authors: 吳沛芸
    Wu, Pei-Yun
    Contributors: 余明忠
    Yu, Ming-Chung
    Wu, Pei-Yun
    Keywords: 教科書評鑑
    Textbook Evaluation
    Speech Acts
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-09-02 11:33:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近幾年來,隨著溝通能力的看重,語言行為在教科書當中的重要性也與日俱增,不過針對「邀請」與「不同意」兩種語言行為在三民、龍騰高中英文教科書當中的相關研究仍是十分匱乏。因此,本研究的目的主要分析「邀請」與「不同意」在兩版本六冊教科書中的次數分佈及呈現情形,是否符合美國人的使用習慣,並進一步檢視兩版本教科書及其對應的教師手冊是否有提供跨文化解釋。本研究以理論為基礎,計算並分類兩版本中「邀請」與「不同意」的使用策略及回應的方式,以卡方檢定探究,試圖找出台灣教科書及美國人使用最為頻繁的策略,並予以比較。研究結果發現,「邀請」出現在兩版本的次數分佈沒有明顯差異,而「不同意」則有明顯的差異。另外,兩種語言行為在兩版本教科書的使用策略大都符合美國人的使用習慣。不過,兩版本和教師手冊提供的跨文化解釋非常有限。本研究也建議未來研究者不僅可以涵蓋108年新課綱的新版本教科書,探討「邀請」與「不同意」的次數及呈現情形,而母語的正向或負向語言移轉或不同世代的語言使用習慣對於策略的選擇及使用頻率的影響都是未來可研究的方向。
    The speech acts in textbooks have gained considerable significance with the focus on communicative competence, but there have not been sufficient investigations on the speech acts of invitations and disagreements in the two series of senior high school English textbooks published by Textbook San Min and Textbook Lung Teng. Therefore, the study aims to examine the frequency and presentation of invitations and disagreements and see the presentation of the American convention of employing the speech acts. Also, explanations of cultural differences in textbooks and their corresponding teachers’ manuals are studied as well. This research was conducted through the quantitative analysis of Pearson’s chi-square tests to compare the two series of textbooks and to see whether they correspond to American ways of employing the two speech acts. The results of this study showed that there were almost no discrepancies in the distribution of frequency in terms of the speech act of invitations while there were discrepancies in terms of the frequency of disagreements. Besides, both speech acts were mostly presented in American ways. However, limited explanations of cultural differences between American and Chinese were provided in the two series of senior high school English textbooks and their corresponding teachers’ manuals. Suggestions for the inclusion of the 108 new curricula are made, not just based on the frequency and presentation of the speech acts but also on insights derived from the influence of the L1 positive or negative language transfer or the influence of language conventions in different generations on the choice and frequency of strategy use.
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