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    Title: Using task-based instruction to motivate learning : a case study of efl college learners
    Other Titles: 運用任務型教學法提升學習動機 : 以英語為外語學習者的大學生為例
    Authors: 陳怡妏;Chen, Yi-wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    黃月貴;Huang, Yueh-kuey
    Keywords: 任務型教學法;任務;學習動機;合作學習;Task-based Instruction;Task;Learning Motivation;Cooperative Learning
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:18:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討運用任務型教學法於大學英語語言練習課程中的可行性,並進一步探究任務型教學法是否能有效提升學生的英語學習動機,及調查學生對此教學法的態度及觀感。
    The purpose of this study is to examine whether Task-based Instruction (TBI) motivates students to learn and to investigate students’ perceptions of task-based activities. The subjects were sixty-two college students from the Department of Educational Technology at a private university in northern Taiwan. Both quantitative and qualitative research methods were used in this study. The instruments used in this study included a motivation questionnaire, a TBI perception questionnaire, semi-structured interviews, classroom observations and the researcher’s weekly teaching logs.
    The statistical results of pre-instruction and post-instruction motivation questionnaire indicated that the task-based activities enhanced the students’ self-confidence in English ability. The data collected from interviews, classroom observations and teaching logs showed that TBI promoted higher class involvement and learning motivation. The data on students’ perceptions suggested that students held positive attitudes toward TBI and thought learning English through tasks was interesting.
    This study suggests that TBI may be a viable alternative for teachers of EFL English Language Drill class to enhance students’ learning motivation, participation and engagement in class activities if it is adapted according to the students’ proficiency level, the teaching context and the educational setting.
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