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- KurzbeschreibungRole-play has been widely used as a teaching method <br>in the ESL/EFL classroom. This research aimed to <br>explore the effects of using role-play activities on <br>secondary school EFL students, specifically in the <br>context of Taiwan. The research focuses were placed <br>on examining students learning motivations, <br>attitudes, and speaking proficiency. Thirty-two <br>grade eight students from a single junior high <br>school in Taichung County were selected and further <br>involved in the required role-play activities, such <br>as acting out scripts in class. Both qualitative and <br>quantitative methods were conducted in this <br>research. The instruments used in this research <br>included oral tests, questionnaires, and interviews. <br>The t-test was used for analyzing the test results. <br>The results suggested that most of the participants <br>had positive attitudes/motivation towards these role-<br>play activities in class; students were more <br>motivated to learn English; and students made a <br>significant improvement in their English speaking <br>proficiency.
- AutorJui-I Su
- Seiten76 Seiten
- Gewicht130 g
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