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    Title: 國小新移民學童英語學習成就、學習態度及學習挑戰之研究
    A study on new immigrant children's English learning achievement, learning attitude and learning challenge in elementary school
    Authors: 陳薇文
    Chen, Wei Wen
    Contributors: 葉潔宇
    Yeh, Chieh Yue
    陳薇文
    Chen, Wei Wen
    Keywords: 新移民學童
    英語學習成就
    英語學習態度
    英語學習挑戰
    New Immigrant Children
    English Learning Achievement
    English Learning Attitude
    English Learning Challenge
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-10-30 11:11:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 由於國小新移民學童的逐年增加,研究新移民學童的學習情況有其必要性。本研究主旨在專門調查中台灣一所國民小學新移民學童的英語學習狀況。研究主要在探討:(1)新移民學童的英語學習成就;(2)新移民學童的英語學習態度;(3)新移民學童的英語學習成就與其英語學習態度之關係;(4)新移民學童學習英語所面臨的挑戰;(5)新移民學童對自己英語學習的看法;以及(6)教學現場的英語教師對新移民學童英語學習的看法。
    本研究的研究對象為十四名五、六年級的新移民學童,並以六十名台灣學童做為比照。研究比較七十四名學童的英語成績,且所有七十四名學童完成一份英語學習態度量表。十四名新移民學童則參與一次訪談,兩名教學現場的英語教師也經歷一次訪談。研究所收集的資料經統計分析及質性分析後,所得的結果如下:(1)大部分新移民學童的英語學習成就不佳;(2)大部分新移民學童英語學習態度是正面的;(3) 新移民學童的英語學習成就與其英語學習態度並無相關性;(4)新移民學童面臨的英語學習挑戰不少,包括他們對不同英語老師的教學風格的適應能力、他們上英語課時產生的焦慮感及緊張感、他們不易牢記英語生字、他們不會寫英語作業、他們沒有辦法去上英語補習班等;(5)新移民學童大部分對自己的英語學習持樂觀看法;(6)英語教師對新移民學童的英語學習則持較悲觀看法。
    根據本研究的發現,研究者在本研究報告最後提出數點建議及未來相關研究的研究方向。
    With the increasing of New Immigrant Children in elementary schools, studies to understand New Immigrant Children’s learning conditions become imperative. The purpose of this study was to investigate New Immigrant Children’s English learning conditions in an elementary school in central Taiwan. The study focused on exploring: (1) New Immigrant Children’s English learning achievement; (2) New Immigrant Children’s English learning attitudes; (3) The relationship between New Immigrant Children’s English learning achievement and their learning attitudes; (4) New Immigrant Children’s English learning challenges; (5) New Immigrant Children’s own perspectives about their English learning; (6) English teachers’ perspectives about New Immigrant Children’s English learning.
    The participants in this study included 14 New Immigrant Children in fifth and sixth grades, with 60 Taiwanese Children working as comparison. These 74 children’s English scores were compared, and they all responded to an English learning attitude scale. The 14 New Immigrant Children then underwent a group interview. Two English teachers were also interviewed. The data collected were then analyzed with statistical and qualitative analyses. The following results were drawn: (1) Most New Immigrant Children were English low-achievers; (2) New Immigrant Children’s English learning attitudes were generally positive; (3) No correlation was found between New Immigrant Children’s English learning achievement and their learning attitudes; (4) New Immigrant Children faced several challenges in learning English, including their adaption to different English teachers’ teaching styles, their feelings of anxiety and nervosity during English classes, their problems to memorize new words and do English homework, their not being able to go to English cram-schools, etc.; (5) New Immigrant Children in general were optimistic about their English learning; (6) English teachers in general were pessimistic about New Immigrant Children’s English learning.
    Based on the findings of this study, some implications were provided and several suggestions for further studies were offered at the end of the report.
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