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Title: 重覆閱讀與非重覆閱讀對國小學童口語閱讀流暢度之效益研究
The effect of repeated reading and non-repeated reading on EFL elementary school students' oral reading fluency
Authors: 林虹伶
Lin, Hung Ling
Contributors: 葉潔宇
Yeh, Chieh Yue
Lin, Hung Ling
Keywords: 重覆閱讀
repeated reading
oral reading fluency
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2013-09-04 14:55:47 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本研究旨在了解並比較重覆閱讀及非重覆閱讀對於國小四年級學童的口語閱讀流暢度的影響。本研究以台灣北部某國小四年級中的兩個班級為研究對象,共為59人。此閱讀能力相近的兩個班級經隨機分派指定為重覆閱讀組及非重覆閱讀組。在為期16週,每週一節的實驗教學中,重覆閱讀組以重覆閱讀法每週閱讀同一本英文讀本,而非重覆閱讀組以非重覆閱讀法每週閱讀兩本讀本。兩組皆於教學前及教學後接受口語閱讀測驗,以了解接受不同教學法的學童在口語閱讀速度及正確性是否有差異。測驗所得的資料以成對樣本t檢定及獨立樣本t檢定分析進行統計分析。
The study aims to examine and compare the effect of assisted repeated reading (RR) and non-repeated reading (Non-RR) approaches on EFL young learners' oral reading rate and accuracy rate. Two classes with homogenous reading level consisting of 59 fourth graders were selected from one elementary school in northern Taiwan and were randomly assigned to two groups, the RR and Non-RR group. During the 16-week instruction, one period of class per week, the RR group practiced reading aloud on one reader with assisted repeated reading approach, whereas the Non-RR group practiced reading aloud on two readers with assisted non-repeated reading approach each class. The data collected from the pretest and posttest assessing the participants’ oral reading rate and accuracy rate were analyzed by paired samples t-tests and independent samples t-tests.
The results revealed that the RR and Non-RR groups performed equivalent growth on their reading rate and accuracy rate with significant improvement. It is hoped that the findings provide a deeper understanding on the effect of assisted repeated reading and non-repeated reading on EFL young learners’ oral reading fluency and are applied in classrooms.
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