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    Title: 四位台灣國中生之聽力策略個案研究
    A Case Study on Four Junior High School Students' Experiences in Developing EFL Listening Strategies
    Authors: 張立宛
    Chang,Li Wan
    Contributors: 招靜琪
    Chang,Li Wan
    Keywords: 維高斯基
    Sociocultual theory
    significant others
    listening strategies
    the instruction of listening strategies
    strategy instruction
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2009-09-17 16:21:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本個案研究旨在探討實施聽力策略教學對四位台灣國中生的影響與衝擊。 不同於以往傳統認知取向的策略教學,本文採用維高斯基(Vygotsky)社會文化取向理論來分析學生的學習;相信策略教學與學習應該考量到學生與外界環境及人際間的互動,而非只探討教學本身的成效。因此本研究在個案對策略學習及自主學習的觀感和態度上多所著墨。文獻回顧內容則涵蓋聽力策略的理論及聽力策略教學實施情形及成效的研究。
    1. 聽力能力較高的同學顯然比聽力較弱的學生更能夠有效率的交互使用「由上而下」 及「由下而上」的聽力策略。而聽力較弱的同學則傾向於過度依靠直接翻譯」策略。
    2. 原本一向被傳統認知學習策略所忽略的情意方面的因素,反而似乎是影響學生策略學習的主因。這些情意方面的因素包括了:學生如何控制自己的脾氣,學習態度,及情緒。更重要的是,學生似乎都傾向於需要找到生命中的重要他人,並依靠這些較有能力的大人來提供他們踏出學習第一步時必要的安全感,知識,能力,方法及學習的動力。
    The purpose of this case study was to investigate four Taiwanese junior high school learners’ listening strategy use when receiving listening strategy instruction. Different from conventional quantitative SLA strategy studies, this present qualitative case study, adopting sociocultural perspectives, grounded on the conception that the issues of strategy learning should not be understood only in terms of direct instruction and its effectiveness. Instead, exploring the learning processes in which learners and the external environment are necessary. Therefore, this case study focused on the discussion of four learners’ attitude toward learning and their perspectives toward listening strategy instruction.
    The participants of this study were 37 students in a Taiwanese junior high school in the Taipei city. Yet, the focus was on four cases, Natalie, Tom, Jasmine and Jin Pin. Three major data collection instruments were adopted including the quantitative questionnaire, qualitative interviews and learning journals kept by the four cases. The instructional procedure was divided into five stages-- preparation, diagnosis, instruction, practice, and evaluation. A sample GEPT listening comprehension test was given to the students to pretest their proficiency in the diagnosis stage. Then the instruction on six listening strategies--guessing, grouping, inferencing, note-taking, selective attention, and asking for clarification was provided for 18 weeks. The Listening Comprehension Strategy Questionnaire based on Wang (2000) was conducted to identify the learners’ listening strategy use. Their learning journals were evaluated to explore their ongoing problems and perceptions toward learning the strategies.
    In Chapter Four, the profiles of the four cases were illustrated including their family background, school performance, and attitude toward learning autonomously to give a full picture of their learning habits. In Chapter Five, major findings are summarized. First, the case study echoed the previous finding that more skillful listeners seem to use both the ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom-up’ strategies more effectively while less skillful listeners rely too much on direct translation. Second, some salient issues previously not emphasized were found including learners’ affective concerns and their ability to control emotions, turned out to powerfully influence the learners’ learning. The learners needed to be assisted first by some adult surrogates and their significant others and to gain enough guidance, assurance, sense of security and control over the emotions before they can move on to self-regulated learning. If not, their learning tends to be subject to their own emotions, which are mostly controlled by the interaction between the learners and the external environment or the others.
    This finding consisted with the sociocultural perspective in that learning is a collaborative process between the learners and their social contexts. Only through interaction with others can learners achieve a new level of autonomy. To foster learner autonomy, strategy training needs to account for a more interactive view of learning.
    It also suggests that more efforts should be paid to explore the impact of learners’ affective and social concerns on their language learning toward autonomy.
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