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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155338
Doc. No : 4414p
Call number : ‭4414‬
Main Entry : Khodareza, Mohammad Reza
Title Proper : Interlanguage Pragmatics Development: Iranian EFL Learners' Interpretation and Use of Speech Acts
Supervisor : ; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Advisor : ; Hamidreza Haghverdi
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 2013=1391
Degree : PH.D
field of study : , Teaching English
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1391/12/05, 1390/00/00
Page No : viii , 258p.
Note : 890
Abstract : This study investigated the Iranian EFL learners' interpretation and use of speech acts as part of their interlanguage pragmatic knowledge. The question this study answered was: whether formal instruction of pragmatic knowledge plays any role in the enhancement of Iranian low-proficiency, intermediate, and advanced L2 learners' use and interpretation of different speech acts (request, refusal, apology, and complaint)? To answer these questions, 90 Iranian low, intermediate, and high proficiency EFL learners (each group 30 participants) were selected via administering the Oxford Placement Test (OPT). Following the Martinez-Flor and Uso-Juan's 6R approach (2006), four DCTs for use and four Mc DCTs for interpretation tests of speech acts were administered as the pre-tests before the targeted speech acts were instructed to them for 20 sessions as treatment. Four Mc DCTs and four DCTs tests of speech acts (as post-tests) were then administered and the data were analyzed via calculating Paired-sample-t- tests for the pretests and the posttests scores of each participant group independently. The results indicated that Iranian intermediate and high proficiency EFL learners showed a higher progress in the use and interpretation as compared to Iranian low proficiency learners from the pretests to the posttests of the study. Applying the treated speech acts of the study, three native-speaker raters interviewed all the participants and assessed participants' responses and performance using the analytic Likert scale consisting of seven categories adapted from Hudson et al. (1992; 1995), and Hudson (2001) )(see Appendix B), which was also applied for the assessment of participants' use of the targeted speech acts . The three raters assessed participants' responses independently, and inter-rater correlations were obtained for a subset of the data from each of the groups for the interview. The result of the evaluative ratings was in complete harmony with the results from hypotheses testing of the study..
electronic file name : 4414.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : Interlanguage Pragmatics Development: Iranian EFL Learners' Interpretation and Use of Speech Acts [Thesis]; Ahmad Reza Lotfi; Hamidreza Haghverdi
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 235-258
 
 
 
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