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  • 1. Presenter: Tan-Ni Chung Dr. Chin-Ying, Lin December 28, 2008
  • 2. Introduction Background of the Study 1 2 Purposes of the Study 3 Research Questions
  • 3. Background of the Study
    • Films could enhance the English language teaching in many aspects, the films could create lots of advantageous opportunities in the language class that the novels couldn’t.
    • (Bao, 2008)
  • 4. Purposes of the Study
    • To understand the view points of non-English major 1st year students toward the dialogues in learning American movie
    • To identify how American movie affects non-English major freshmen’s listening comprehension
  • 5. Research Questions
    • What is the movie group’s English listening proficiency improvement after attending the American movie course?
    • Which of the two groups performs better on listening comprehension?
  • 6. Research Questions
    • What are the movie group’s attitudes toward the American movie course after attending the American movie course?
  • 7. Literature Review
    • The film audiences could receive the information from both images and sounds, while the novel readers only from the text.
    • (Boa, 2008)
  • 8. Literature Review
    • Unlike real life language situations, which are uncontrollable and unrepeatable, videos can of course be replayed exactly a limitless number of times, both by a teacher and a student if working independently.
    • (Wood, 1997)
  • 9. Methodology Participants 1 2 Instruments 3 Procedures of the Study
  • 10. Participants
    • The participants were two classes of EFL freshmen (non-English majors) from Chaoyang University of Technology in Wufeng, Taiwan.
    non-movie group: two-hour English course weekly movie group: extra two-hour American movie course
  • 11. Instruments
  • 12. Procedures of the Study Pilot Study Conducting the Formal Study non-movie group movie group Pre-GEPT listening test Pre-GEPT listening test One-Semester English Speaking Course Post-GEPT listening test Post-GEPT listening test Questionnaires, interview
  • 13.  

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