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    Title: Starting with predictable stories: EFL children's oral and literacy development
    Authors: 簡郁娟;Chien, Y. C.;黃月貴;Huang, Yuehkuey
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系
    Keywords: 學習者分析;英文閱讀;英語教學;英語學習;幼稚園;第二語言學習;Learner Analysis;English Reading;English Teaching;English Learning;Kindergarten;Second Language Learning
    Date: 2000
    Issue Date: 2010-01-07 10:23:57 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市 : 文鶴出版公司
    Abstract: This study investigated the effect of using predictable stories as reading materials on the oral and emergent literacy development of EFL beginners in a kindergarten setting. A childcentered and literaturebased curriculum integrating whole language philosophy was developed for a group of kindergarten students at a typical public school in Taipei. Daily instruction was given by the researcher for one school year. Five students aged 6 to 7 were chosen based on a consideration of their family background and ability levels. Using the mode of ethnographic research, the study involved multiple data sources obtained trom observation during daily instruction and parental interviews in order to examine children's oral performance
    and emergent literacy development. Data collection was obtained by the use of videotape, audiotape, teaching logs, students' portfolios, and miscue analysis. The findings of the study showed that predictable storybooks enable EFL children to develop some aspects of reading behaviors such as book awareness, the direction of print and print awareness. The parents' attitudes toward emergent literacy observed in the study are correlated with the children's L2 reading behaviors. The story instruction provides a great source to expand the children's oral language use in the reallife situation. The findings provide EFL teachers and curriculum planners with new information about how EFL children develop their second language
    reading and how they expand their overall L2 proficiency when immersing in predictable stories at the beginning level.
    Relation: Selected Papers from the the Ninth International Symposium on English Teaching=第九屆中華民國英語文教學國際研討會論文集, pp.264-273
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