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    Title: 將文化的因素納入英語教學:以台北縣國小為例
    Integrating culture teaching as a component of English Language instruction in elementary schools of Taipei county
    Authors: 江曉慧
    Chiang, Hsiao Hui
    Contributors: 卜道
    Blundell, David
    Chiang, Hsiao Hui
    Keywords: 文化
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2016-05-09 15:44:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 將文化納入國小英語教學課程
    Nowadays the policy of implementing children’s English education has become a growing trend in non-English speaking countries all over the world. The purpose of this study was to provide a vehicle offering alternatives and assistance for English language teachers to prepare students and advance language competence through integrating culture teaching into their instruction. The present study was designed to investigate (1) English language teachers’ concept of culture; (2) goals of culture teaching; (3) strategies of culture teaching and (4) evaluation after culture was included in teaching.
    A total of 201 questionnaires were completed online and three elementary school English language teachers in Taipei County were interviewed. Based on one way ANOVA, results form the questionnaires indicated that there were significant differences among the above mentioned aspects and the subjects’ background variables: age, highest educational status, educational background, teaching hours of English language instruction per week, and frequency of integrating culture teaching into English language instruction. Results from interviews revealed that “holiday teaching” was adopted by most English language teachers when they integrated culture teaching into English language instruction. Observation of students’ learning attitude was the most common form of evaluation after culture teaching. English language teachers and the other parties, including the government, the educational authorities, textbook writers, and publishers can also consider this subject more seriously and take action to integrate culture teaching as a component into English language instruction in elementary schools.
    Key words: culture teaching, English language instruction, elementary schools
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0095924004
    Data Type: thesis
    Appears in Collections:[台灣研究英語碩士學程(IMTS)] 學位論文

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