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|Other Titles:||Investigation of Primary School English Education in Hualien|
Department of English, NTNU
This study uses a survey to investigate primary school English education in Hualien. The aims of this study are to examine the current sÏtuations of (1) primary school English teachers; (2) the selection of English materials; (3) students' experience in English leaming; and (4) the views of junior high school English teachers on their first-year students' English proficiency levels, and identify the problems of English curriculum continuity between primary schools and junior high schools. The findings of the study show that all primary schools have taught English since 2002 and that atpresent 80% have incorporated English into the curriculums for all the six grades. However, a serious insufficiency of qualified English teachers and frequent changes of teachers have limited the effects of English instruction. The use of various learning materials for students' varying English proficiency levels and in different schools has resulted in a gap in the English curriculum between primary schools and junior high schools in Hualien.
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