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    Title: 國中生對於使用英文報紙為閱讀輔助教材之回應:個案研究
    Authors: 黃振祥
    Huang, Chen-hsiang
    Contributors: 彭欽清
    Peng, Chin-ching
    Huang, Chen-hsiang
    Keywords: 英文閱讀
    Date: 2003
    Issue Date: 2009-09-14 12:16:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在分析探討運用英文報紙作為台灣國中生英文閱讀輔助教材之可















    實用的短文;(二) 選擇學生已熟知或關心的新聞事件、氣象報導、廣告為主題;


    The study aims chiefly at the practicality of using English newspapers as supplementary reading materials for junior high students. It also discusses how different newspaper articles can help improve the students’ reading comprehension with a view to offering junior high school teachers an alternative in choosing the extra-curricular reading materials and cultivating students’ reading skills.
    Thirty-seven ninth graders were involved in this research. All the subjects were given the elementary level reading test of GEPT (General English Proficiency Test) as a pretest in the beginning of the first semester of the 2002 school year. The subjects were then divided into three proficiency levels—high, middle, and low according to the scores of the test result. A four-month English newspaper reading program was then introduced to the subjects. Throughout the program, an after-reading test was given to examine and evaluate the students’ comprehension of each unit. At the end of the semester, another elementary level reading test of GEPT was given to the subjects as a posttest.
    This study adopts both qualitative and quantitative analyses. The qualitative analysis consists of (1) the subjects’ English learning background, (2) difficulties encountered by the subjects in English reading comprehension, and (3) the opinions expressed by the students on different selections of the text. By executing SPSS program, the quantitative analysis includes (1) the difference of statistical values between the pretest and the posttest, (2) the correlation among text types, reading comprehension gained after the posttest.
    To sum up, this study offers pedagogical implications for junior high school English teachers who seek up-to-date reading materials and effective teaching.
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