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2013.10.23 論文發表課

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  • 1. Citation Zahedi, Y., & Abdi, M. (2012). The Impact of Imagery Strategy on EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Learning. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 69, 2264-2272. 2
  • 2. Contents Introduction Literature Review Methodology Results & Conclusion Reflection 3
  • 3. Introduction Background Purpose  Vocabulary has always been  The study aimed to explore if one of the significant issues imagery strategy was helpful for lower-intermediate students’ related both with teachers English vocabulary leaning in and learners of foreign comparison to direct translation. language. 4
  • 4. Introduction Research Question  Does imagery strategy have any significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning? Hypothesis  Using imagery strategy has no significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning. 5
  • 5. Literature Review  Vocabulary plays a significant role for communication, because the communication would be stopped if people hear or read words that people fail to understand. (Scott, Jamieson-Noel, & Asselin, 2003) 6
  • 6. Literature Review  Without a sufficient vocabulary, one cannot convey his messages effectively or express his ideas in both oral and written form. (Fauziati, 2005) 7
  • 7. Methodology Nelson English Language test 80people took NELT 40 people scored 70 20 people experiment group participants 20 people control group Use the same book entitled Facts and Figures by Ackert and Lee (2004) 200 words selected from this book instruments Methodology 20 people experiment elective course memory grouptraining strategy control 20 people elective course group traditional direct strategy 8
  • 8. Methodology Procedure selected the participants from NELT Control group: oral pronunciation of words, speech, and direct translation of words two groups, experimental and control group One section a week, totally 16 weeks experimental group: create the mental image of word which was going to be taught 9
  • 9. Results & Conclusion  Does imagery strategy have any significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning? It implied that the two groups of the study did not significant in the pre-test in terms of vocabulary proficiency. 10
  • 10. Results & Conclusion  Does imagery strategy have any significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning? It showed there was no significant difference between two groups, thus, the vocabulary proficiency in both groups did not differ significantly on the pre-test. 11
  • 11. Results & Conclusion  Does imagery strategy have any significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning? It showed the experimental group outperformed the control group in terms of vocabulary learning after the treatment. 12
  • 12. Results & Conclusion  Does imagery strategy have any significant impact on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary learning? That is to say considering vocabulary learning and instruction, the difference between the two groups of the study was statistically significant in the post-test. 13
  • 13. Reflection (Future study) 120 participants in this study 60 students in experiment group 60 students in control group suffix word strategy traditional strategy 14
  • 14. Reflection (Future study) Instrument Vocabulary book Data analysis T-test 15
  • 15. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!