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Title: 從小學英語:三位國中學生的英語學習經驗與態度改變過程之個案研究
Growing up learning english: a case study on three junior high school students' experiences and attitude changes
Authors: 江采璘
Contributors: 招靜琪
Chao, Chin Chi
Keywords: 英語學習經驗
English learning experiences
learning attitudes
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2013-09-04 14:56:42 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 英語學習一直是台灣很重視的一環,而許多家長更贊成提早學英語。台灣九年一貫課程改革也將英語教學由國小五年級改到國小三年級。本研究旨在了解國中學生從小學英語的經驗,與其學習態度改變過程。
本研究採取質的研究方法,以基隆市3名公立國中九年級學生為研究對象。研究過程採取訪談、觀察等方式為主要資料收集來源。資料涵蓋的面向為:(1) 家庭背景;(2) 從小到大學習英語的經驗;(3) 同儕間的影響;(4) 未來對英語學習的規劃。經過這些資料,本研究討論四個問題:(1) 有哪些關鍵點影響學生學習發展? (2) 重要他人在學生學習經驗中的角色? (3) 學生的英語學習態度從小到現在有何改變?以及 (4) 身為在台灣學習英語的孩子,面臨的可能性與挑戰。
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