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Effect of English Learning with Different Levels of Fidelity for Pupils
|Authors: ||Chen, Li-Ying|
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Institute of Education|
situated learning;English education;primary school;video learning
|Issue Date: ||2017-05-09T08:28:51Z
English is the foreign language (EFL) in Asia, and has been introduced into a regular curriculum in most of the primary schools. The educational process directly affects the learning efficiency of students. Learning process involved more “real feeling” might help the students understanding the content of the course more efficiently; basing on this idea, the paper compares the relation between the learning efficiency and the educational process with different levels of fidelity. Three types of courses, traditional learning, video learning and interactive learning, are designed based on the same content but with different levels of fidelity. The courses were delivered to 60 students divided into three groups respectively in Taiwan for three weeks; the students were pre- and post-tested with the exams to identify their English ability before and after the courses. Finally, they were requested to fill up a questionnaire designed to invite their feeling about the courses. The results indicate that the students have better oral and listening ability when in the learing environment with higher fidelity, but have better writing ability when in the learing environment with lower fidelity. The interactive education is easier to arouse the learner’s interest and help them concentrating trough the class. This study indicates the importance of the educational fidelity to the learning efficiency of an English learner, and might yield a valuable perspective on the course designing for the primary students in the future.
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