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|Title:||Students' Perceptions of GTA Instruction of the English Listening Lab|
Department of English, NTNU
An increasing amount of undergraduate instruction is undertaken by graduate students working as teaching assistants (GTAs) in higher education institutes worldwide. Likewise, more colleges and universities in Taiwan have also started involving GTAs in their effort of enhancing excellence in teaching. Therefore, this study aims at examining GTAs' instruction of the English listening lab from the undergraduate students' perspective. Qualitative and quantitative data were collected through student interviews and a survey questionnaire. Five major themes were derived from analysis of the interview transcripts. In addition, the questionnaire survey results indicated that the GTAs' teaching performance was rated higher than course design and student learning by the participating undergraduate students. This study was concluded by proposing suggestions for GTAs' pedagogical, English, and lab skills training. Findings of this study will have implications for and significant contributions to GTA training programs in Taiwan and in other EFL contexts.
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