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    Title: Behaviors and attitudes toward english reading, english writing, writer's block in english, and english writing apprehension - a case study of EFL student writers in Taiwan
    Other Titles: 英文閱讀、英文寫作、英文寫作障礙及英文寫作焦慮之探討-以臺灣大學生為例
    Authors: 邱文芳;Ciou, Wun-fang
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    王藹玲;Wang, Ai-ling
    Keywords: 英文寫作障礙;Writer's Block in English;English Writing Apprehension;English Writing Strategies;English Writing Behaviors;English Reading;Revision Behaviors;英文寫作焦慮;英文寫作策略;英文寫作行為;英文閱讀行為;英文寫作修正行為
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:17:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討非英語系國家的英文系學生,他們的英文寫作行為與態度。此外,英文閱讀行為、英文寫作行為、英文寫作修正行為、英文寫作策略、英文寫作障礙、英文寫作焦慮彼此之間是否有相關性,也作出深入的研究。

    This study aims to investigate EFL English majors'' behaviors and attitudes toward their English writing,and to examine the interrelationships among the following issues such as English reading behaviors, English writing behaviors, English writing strategies, revision behaviors, writer''s block in English, and English writing apprehension. The research was conducted at Tamkang University in Taiwan. Participants of this study were 160 junior English majors from this university. Data were collected quantitatively and qualitatively by using three sets of questionnaires and interviews that focused on essay recalls. The result revealed that there was a significantly positive relationship between writer''s block in English and English writing strategies. Moreover, there was a significantly positive relationship between writer''s block in English and English writing apprehension. A significantly negative correlation existed between English writing apprehension and daily English writing hours. Based on the findings of this study, it was suggested that EFL instructors may avoid negative evaluations, and encourage their students to read more, to write more, and to use English writing strategies appropriately for alleviating their English writing anxiety or writer''s block in English.
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