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|Title:||Verification of the Perception and Optimal Number of Learners in a Group for Computer-Assisted Language Learning.��|
|Abstract:||The study developed the computer-assisted language learning software combined with mobile learning in English reading. In other to evaluate and verify which number of collaborators in a group can have higher benefits in reading comprehension, the experiment is conducted with 85 college juniors, which were heterogeneous grouped. Experimental results indicate that grouped by 2, 3 and 4 students have more comprehension than individual significantly in English reading; however, grouped by 5 students don’t, even though that have higher mean scores than individual reading. Finally, this study analyzes the questionnaire about the system in perceived-of-usefulness, the perceived of ease-of-use, and perceived-of-satisfy; meanwhile, the student learning portfolios of inquiry and annotation quantity are also discussed.|
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