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    Title: 影片標註聽力複習機制對於英語聽力理解的影響研究
    The Effects of Video-Annotated Listening Review Mechanism on Listening Comprehension
    Authors: 陳怡君
    Chen, I Chun
    Contributors: 陳志銘
    Chen, Chih Ming
    陳怡君
    Chen, I Chun
    Keywords: 影片標註聽力複習機制
    自主聽力複習機制
    英語聽力學習
    聽力理解
    video-annotated learning review mechanism
    self-determined learning review mechanism
    English listening learning
    listening comprehension
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-08-02 17:56:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近年來英語教學特別重視聽力對於英語學習的重要性,然而臺灣的英語教育仍以播放CD為最廣泛使用的英語聽力練習方法,無法因應個別學習者聽力上的個別差異需求,進行重聽段落的自我調整。隨著科技的進步,電腦輔助語言學習已成為發展趨勢,本研究發展一影片標註聽力複習機制(Video-Annotated Listening Review Mechanism, VALRM),可輔助學習者依據自己的學習需求,進行英語聽力重聽段落的標註與重聽。為了驗證此一機制對於提升英語聽力的成效,本研究比較使用VALRM以及利用Youtube進行自主聽力複習機制(Self-Determined Learning Review Mechanism, SDLRM)的學習者,在英語聽力理解成效、學習滿意度、科技接受度,以及認知負荷是否具有顯著差異。此外,也進一步比較不同英語起始能力學習者,以及不同學習風格學習者(場地獨立型與場地依賴型),分別採用VALRM及SDLRM在英語聽力理解成效、學習滿意度、科技接受度,以及認知負荷上是否具有顯著的差異。
    研究結果發現,使用VALRM的學習者,其聽力理解成效顯著優於使用SDLRM的學習者。此外,使用VALRM的學習者,其學習滿意度與科技接受度高於使用SDLRM的學習者;認知負荷度則低於使用SDLRM的學習者。最後,採用VALRM及SDLRM之不同英語起始能力學習者,以及不同學習風格學習者的英語聽力理解成效、學習滿意度、科技接受度,以及認知負荷度不具有顯著差異。研究結果顯示,學習者使用VALRM輔以英語聽力學習,能有效提昇學習者的英語聽力理解表現。
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