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    Title: Incorporating movie talks and Facebook networking in an EFL college English drill class : a case study
    Other Titles: 運用電影和臉書輔助的語言學習環境 : 以淡江大學英聽課為例
    Authors: 陳思婷;Chen, Szu-Ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系碩士班
    黃月貴;Huang, Yueh-Kuey
    Keywords: 電影;社群網絡;臉書;學習態度;Movies;SNS;Facebook;Learning Attitudes
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 16:57:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討,以英語為外語的學習環境中,學生對於使用臉書來輔助電影學習活動的看法。學生對於電影的觀感,像是電影如何影響他們的英語學習,以及臉書如何協助他們意見交流皆為本研究討論的重心。六十三位非英語主修者,於大一英聽課中參與為期一學期的研究計畫,此計畫帶領學生觀看電影、在臉書上分享意見、完成電影心得寫作以及口頭報告。資料蒐集包含學生的問卷回應、研究者課堂觀察、學生臉書貼文、學生書面心得、針對口頭報告的同儕評量和自我評量等以供分析。
    This study explores students’ perceptions of using Facebook networking to support movie-related tasks in EFL learning. Participants’ view of movies in terms of how movies affect their English learning, and how Facebook assists exchange of ideas were addressed. 63 non-English majors in a Freshmen English Drill class participated in a semester-long project, designed to engage learners in watching movies, sharing ideas on Facebook, writing and reporting on their experience, and making a presentation. Questionnaire, in-class observation, students’ responses on Facebook, written reflections, as well as peer-evaluation and self-evaluation of oral presentation were collected for data analysis.
    The results indicated that 1) students believed their listening, thinking, and culture understanding were improved through movie-related activities; 2) they all participated in the task they considered most challenging-oral presentation-and were willing to write comments for their peers’ performance; and 3) most students thought Facebook engaged them in real communication in target language on a topic they enjoyed (i.e., movie discussion) through instant exchange of ideas. To sum up, the study substantiates the multifaceted benefits of movies as a rich source of language input and suggests the use of Facebook as a viable means to use English in real-time communication.
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