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|Title: ||A Survey Study of Taiwan University Students’ Video Comprehension Strategy Use: The intrinsic side of affectivity|
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Institute of Applied English|
|Keywords: ||affectivity;English news clips;video comprehension strategies|
|Issue Date: ||2011-10-20T07:52:51Z
|Publisher: ||The 2008 International Conference on English Teaching and Western Literature Teaching|
|Abstract: ||abstract:This article is to understand Taiwanese university students’ English video comprehension strategy use from the perspective of the intrinsic side of affectivity. In total, 154 participants aged from 18 to 22 years old were first asked to fill out the Background Information Questionnaire and secondly, the video comprehension strategy (VCS) questionnaire after viewing three English news clips. The research question is: Are there any significant impacts of the following affective variables on strategy use: (a) importance of English, (b) motivation to learn English and (c) interests in learning English? The results show that first, participants who enjoyed learning English significantly employed more video comprehension strategies than those who did not. Second, the other two given variables, motivation and importance of English, did not have significant effects on the application of these strategies. This article concludes with recommendations for English teachers and learners to comprehend video are addressed.|
|Appears in Collections:||[應用英語研究所] 演講及研討會|
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