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    Title: A Preliminary Study of College Students’ Out-of-Class English Learning Activities
    大學生課外英文學習活動之研究
    Authors: Li-Bi Shen
    Ching-Ya Tseng
    Shu-Wei Kuo
    Ying-Ju Su
    Ming-Yuan Chen
    Contributors: 應用外語系
    Keywords: Out-of-class learning
    Independent English learning
    Learning difficulties
    Language skills
    課外學習
    英文自學活動
    學習困難
    語言技巧
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2009-04-27 13:14:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study explored 316 EFL college students’ out of-class English learning activities, learning difficulties, and the relationships between genders, grades, weekly hours of independent English study, and English learning activities. The results can be summarized as follows. (1) More than 51% of the students write emails in English, read English news online, study English online, and watch English movies to learn English. (2) Most students study English for future career and for personal interest. (3) Most students believe that their reading abilities are better than listening, speaking, and writing ones. (4) Writing is the most difficult language skill for EFL college students. (5) Limited vocabulary is students’ major problem in improving four language skills. (6) EFL college students tend to tackle their learning difficulties by using self-learning magazines and asking for English teachers’ help.(7) Students with higher entrance exam scores tend to spend more time in out-of-class English learning. (8) Gender and learning activities are not closely related, except that more male than female students write email in English. (9) Students’ English scores and their learning activities (i.e., email writing, listening to ICRT, reading English magazines, reading news online, watching movies, and studying English online) are related. (10) Learning activities and time spent are not closely tied.
    本研究探討316位英文為第二外語之大學生的課外英文學習活動,學習困難,並探討性別,英文成績,學習英文時數,及英文學習活動之間的關係。研究結果顯示:(壹)有一半以上的學生寫英文電子郵件,閱讀網上英文新聞,上網學英文及看英文影
    片來學英文。(貳)大多數學生學英文是為了找工作或個人興趣所致。(參)大多數學生相信,他們的閱讀能力,勝過聽,說,寫的能力。(肆)最困難的語言技巧是寫作。(伍)字彙量有限是自學語言最大的障礙。(陸)大學生解決英語學習困難的方法是使用自學雜誌及請教英文老師。(柒)入學成績較高的同學,似乎花較多的時間學習英文。(捌)性別及學習活動並無直接關係,但是較多男同學用英文寫電子郵件。(玖)學生的英文成績及英文學習活動(例如寫電子郵件,收聽ICRT,閱讀英文雜誌,閱讀網上英文新聞,及上網學英文)有相關。(拾)時間長短與學習活動多寡無絕對關聯。
    Relation: 嘉南學報(人文類)31期:p.464-475
    Appears in Collections:[Chna Nan Annual Bulletin] No.31 2005
    [Dept. of Applied Foreign Languages] Periodical Articles

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