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The Effects of Peer-Assisted Learning on Moodle on Junior High School Students’ Oral Proficiency in English
Peer-assisted learning (PAL)
attitudes towards English learning
oral proficiency in English
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether peer-assisted learning (PAL) strategy on Moodle could improve junior high school students’ oral proficiency in English. We conducted a questionnaire survey to determine whether PAL strategy would have positive effects on junior high school students’ attitudes toward English learning. All procedure the researcher conducted was on Moodle. Participants were 65 students of second grade of junior high school in Taipei; they were assigned to two groups: experimental group and control group. The experimental group was engaged in online recording activities with PAL strategy in which the students were permitted to share their assignment with each other and their peers; on the contrary, the control group would practice individually and couldn’t share their assignment with each other and their peers. After practices, we conducted a posttest and questionnaire survey. The results showed that the students’ English speaking proficiency and the initiatives and perceptions of English learning would be promoted effectively by PAL strategy. However, the learners’ anxieties about English learning were increased.
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