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Four first-year university Listening classes, consisting of 158 students, were given a unit in which they were asked to listen to one episode per week of a popular English episodic television program for homework and to write reaction papers. The purpose was to evaluate whether the unit seemed to improve their listening and their English competence, and to see if the students were interested enough by the shows that they would continue watching the programs on their own afterwards. Students were given questionnaires after the end of the unit, and they felt that the unit had improved their competence. 76% indicated that they intended to continue watching their show, revealing genuine interest.
Keywords
motivation
input
hooked
recreation
TV programs
Published Date
2014-12
Publication Title
大学教育研究紀要
Publication Title Alternative
Bulletin of Higher Education Okayama University
Volume
volume10
Publisher
岡山大学グローバル・パートナーズ, 岡山大学教育開発センター, 岡山大学言語教育センター, 岡山大学キャリア開発センター
Publisher Alternative
Global Partners, Center for Faculty Development, Language Education Center, Career Development Center Okayama University
Start Page
123
End Page
134
ISSN
1881-5952
NCID
AA12114090
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
language
英語
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False
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bhe