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    Title: On the Application and Effectiveness of “EZ Talk” as a Supplemental Learning Aid to “English Listening and Speaking Course”
    Authors: 李紹毓;LEE, Shao-Yu;林佩冠;LIN, Pei-Kuan
    Contributors: 外國語文學系
    Keywords: English talking;English learning;English listening and speaking;extracurricular learning;learning interest;learning performance
    Date: 2009-06
    Issue Date: 2012-11-23 15:04:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: “EZ Talk,” as designed by the International Language Corner of Asia
    University (ILCAU), is the most popular and frequently participated in
    activity on campus for situational communication learning practices in
    English. Many instructors have begun to try integrating this activity into
    their English teaching syllabus in various ways.
    There are two research purposes for the present study. One was to
    investigate the students’ learning preferences, difficulties, and effectiveness
    derived from participating in “EZ Talk” through a questionnaire survey
    method. The other was to explore if students’ frequency of attendance to
    “EZ Talk” bettered their ability in listening and speaking.
    Based upon the findings, the present study hopes to promote the idea
    of supplementing “EZ Talk” with other related academic English courses.
    By connecting the extracurricular learning activity with English language
    skills learned from the classroom, a higher learning effectiveness for the
    language will be achieved.
    Relation: Tamkang Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, N.38 p.72-101
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures] Journal Article

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