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  • 1. The Effects of Viewing English Cartoon Videos with and without English Subtitle on Fifth Graders’ Listening Ability in Taiwan Presenter: Shiao-Ling Tsai Advisor: Dr. Hsiao-Tung Hsu June 1, 2009
  • 2. Content s Introduction Purposes of the Study II. I. Research Questions III. Literature Review IV. Methodology V.
  • 3. Introduction anxiety acquisition Affective Filter Hypothesis (Krashen, 1982)
  • 4. Introduction
    • With the provision of concrete visual or manipulate representation, students’ recall of a story events were apparently improved.
    • (Marley, Levin, & Glenberg, 2007)
  • 5. Purposes of the Study to ascertain the effects of viewing English cartoons with English subtitle and without English subtitle on fifth graders’ listening ability in Taiwan to examine the participants’ attitude toward learning English through viewing English cartoons 1 2
  • 6. Which group of students improve greater after they learned English through viewing English cartoons? 1 Research Questions What is children’s attitude toward learning English through viewing English cartoons? 2
  • 7. Literature Review 1 2 3 4 Children’s Language Learning with Audio-Visual Technology Identifying Listening Problems Listening Strategy Listening with Audio-Visual Aids
  • 8. Literature Review Identifying Listening Problems ▪ speed of delivery ▪ vocabulary ▪ intonation ▪ background knowledge ▪ personal factors (Goh, 2000 ; Graham, 2006)
  • 9. Literature Review Listening Strategy Bottom-Up Processing Top-Down Processing Cognitive Tactics Metacognitive Tactics (Goh, 2002; Nunan, 2003 )
  • 10.
    • Seeing the moving face of the talker permits better detection of speech. Audio-visual facilitation effect was abolished while shifting the auditory component.
    • (Davis & Kim, 2004)
    Literature Review Listening with Audio-Visual Aids
  • 11.
    • 81 % of the college students thought that viewing videos had been helpful to their listening
    • comprehension than listening to text alone.
    • (Wilberschied & Berman, 2004)
    Literature Review Children’s Language Learning with Audio-Visual Technology
  • 12. Methodology 30 elementary students: 4- through 6-grade Meeting the Robinsons One month Huang-Ju Elementary School in Taichung Location Duration Material Participants
  • 13. Procedure 15 students Experiment Group 15 students Control Group 15 minutes watching English cartoon video with English subtitle watching English cartoon video without English subtitle 15 minutes 10 minutes 10 minutes Introducing vocabulary & sentence pattern Post-test Pre-test Introducing vocabulary & sentence pattern
  • 14. English Subtitle I hope he gets adopted. You and me both, chief. I mean, there's so many things in the world that can be improved. Just think of it. Moving sidewalks, flying cars. The possibilities are endless. Flying cars? Yeah, that's a good one. All it takes is some imagination and a little science, and we can make the world a better place. Well, these are all interesting ideas. So, what's your favorite sport ? Well, does inventing count as a sport ? - Actually... ……………………………………………… ..
  • 15. Lesson Plan Have some students answer questions about today’s lesson. e.g. Q: 這些是我的眼鏡 A: These are my glasses. Q: 那些是我的模型 A: Those are my models. Warp Up Teach students vocabulary and sentence pattern. Activity II Viewing of the video (15 minutes) Activity I Have a short conversation about their lunch time. Warm Up robot 機器人 , clothes 衣服 , toy train 玩具火車 , glasses 眼鏡 , model 模型 Vocabulary These/Those are my __ N. __ 這些 / 那些 是我的 _ _N. __ Sentence Pattern Lesson Plan
  • 16. Instrument International Learning, Teaching and Evaluation Agency (ILTEA) It conforms with the Common European Framework Range (CEFR). Pre-test & Post-test
  • 17. Instrument Pre-test & Post-test Paired ─ Sample T Test Test time: 20 minutes 20 Questions
  • 18. Instrument Sample of the Test
  • 19. Interview Semi-structured Interview Time: 30 minutes per student Recording
  • 20. 8. 當你在看英語卡通影片時 , 是否有專心聆聽英語對話 ? 9. 當你在看英語卡通影片時 , 聽到英語對話時 , 有沒有 字幕是否 10. 當你在看英語卡通影片時 , 會不會去猜聽不懂意思的部份 ? 11. 當你在看英語卡通影片時 , 是否只注意畫面好看而不去聽英語 影響你理解卡通內容 ? Interview Sample of the Interview Questions 對話 ?
  • 21. Thank you for your attention!