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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
|Issue Date: ||2020-09-02 11:33:52 (UTC+8)|
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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