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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155557
Doc. No : 7634p
Call number : ‭7634‬
Main Entry : Rasouli, Fatemeh
Title Proper : Pedagogical Efficacy of Experience-Based Learning(EBL) strategies for Improving the Speaking Fluency of Intermediate male and Female Iranian EFL Students
Supervisor : ; Biria, Reza
College : hsfahan (Khorasgan)
Date : , 1394=2015
Degree : M.A
field of study : , Teaching english
College : , hsfahan (Khorasgan)
student score : , 1394/07/13, 1393/00/00
Page No : ix, 65p.
Note : 830
Abstract : Learning from experience is a central philosophical and theoretical idea in the field of adult learning. In the field of Second Language Learning (SLA), learning from experience is closely connected to task based language instruction. This study was designed to investigate the role of experience based tasks in developing male and female intermediate learners' speaking fluency. From a population of 300 language learners 50 students who, through taking an Oxford Placement Test (OPT), were identified as intermediate students took part in the study. These students had an age ranging from 17-25 years old. An interview was taken from all the participants and their fluency was measured in terms of words per minute. They were divided into two groups, experimental and control group. The control group students were instructed in traditional method without any focus on experience based activities and strategies. However, the experimental Group students' participation included interactive solutions and answers, asking questions, and verbally participating in class discussions during the task based classroom sessions in which they discussed their experiences in form of tasks. The teachers, as TEFL specialists, were also trained in task based instruction and activities. The most common tasks which were applied for experimental group participants were a set of two-way tasks and 4/3/2 tasks. The findings indicated that experimental group participants outperformed the control group participants. Moreover, in spite different cognitive processing among males and females, the findings indicated that both male and female students can develop their fluency through experience based tasks. The findings have some pedagogical implications for language instructors and material developers..
Title and statement of responsibility and : Pedagogical Efficacy of Experience-Based Learning(EBL) strategies for Improving the Speaking Fluency of Intermediate male and Female Iranian EFL Students [Thesis]; Biria, Reza
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 47-48
 
 
 
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