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    Title: 國中低成就學生英語字彙學習策略之個案研究
    Other Titles: A Case Study on English Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Low Achievers in Junior High School
    Authors: 顏世俊;蔡鎮宇;黃儒傑
    Contributors: 淡江大學課程與教學研究所
    Keywords: 個案研究;弱勢學生;學習低成就;學習策略;英文字彙;Case study;Disadvantaged student;Learning low achievement;Learning strategies;English vocabulary
    Date: 2010-07
    Issue Date: 2013-03-28 18:14:18 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北縣:淡江大學
    Abstract: 本研究皆在探討兩位參加攜手計劃的國中七年級生之英語字彙學習歷程,以了解
    話,會影響其他同學上課,並認為第8 節被留下來很倒楣'學習意願不高。研究
    本研究採用解釋性個案研究法,主要搜集: 「課堂中與下課後之觀察紀錄」、「學
    生學習省思紀錄」( 以培養學生自己學習需求之後設認知)、及輔以研究者與學生
    我認知不足,常以「學不會、聽不懂」來規避學習;(2) 很少積極思考,致影響
    類推能力;(3) 自信不足,認為自己很健忘,幾乎不相信多花時間可以學會。在
    「教學中」之外在歷程上,發現(1)班上人際關係不佳,沒人協助; (2) 下課
    時間大都在玩,沒有複習,很快忘記所學;(3) 不在乎成績,功課也應付了事。
    在「教學後」之內在歷程上,發現(1)已體認學習的重要,並願意配合; (2)
    已稍能運用記憶策略,經提醒,能發揮聯想來記憶字彙;(3) 較有自信,漸漸相
    信經過努力可以學會。而在「教學後」之外在歷程上,亦發現( 1 )經指定英文
    程度好的同儕協助後,研究對象的學習意願增強;(2) 能利用下課及午休時間和
    同儕問測試字彙成果;(3) 考卷和習作願意自己作答,即使成績進步有限,但充
    This study is reported through the interpretative case study method by gathering,
    " In-class and After-class Observation Records", "Students' Learning Reflections"
    ( in order to collect subjects' learning needs and to cultivate their metacognition) , and
    the " Interviews " which the easy and free dialogues supported between researchers
    and subjects. In data analysis, the results will be explored and described by dividing
    into two parts. They are the internal and the external processes of" In-teaching" and
    the" After-teaching". The internal processes of In-teaching, researchers find out
    that (1) subjects have lack of self-awareness, and often shirk their learning duties by
    the excuses" I do not understand or I can not learn. " ; (2) subjects never have their
    learning positively that cause their poor analogical abilities; (3) subjects have little
    self-confidence and consider themselves very forgetful, and they almost do not
    believe they can learn well by spending more time. Besides, the external processes of
    " After-teaching ", researchers find out that (1) subjects have lack of interpersonal
    relationships with classmates, and without help; (2) subjects use most of their time for
    playing during the break, but without reviewing lessons that cause them forget easily
    what they have learned; (3) subjects do not care about their learning outcomes as well
    as their homework. On the other hand, The internal processes of After-teaching ,
    researchers find out that (1) subjects has already realized the importance of learning
    and are willing to cooperate in learning; (2) subjects may use several memorizing
    strategies and may use association to spell words with reminder; (3) subjects are more
    self-confident, and they gradually believe in themselves to learn better with much
    effort. Furthermore, the external processes of" After-teaching ", researchers find out
    that (1) subjects increase aspirations for learning English words with a good peer's
    help; (2) subjects test vocabulary with the peer for reviewing during the break; (3)
    subjects are willing to do test papers and assignments on their own, even if the
    performance is still low. However, they have themselves full of achievement in the
    Relation: 亞洲地區弱勢學生教育課程與教學國際學術研討會論文集,頁263-284
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