A Study on the Effectiveness of Integrating Digital Media Audio-visual Materials Into Japanese Listening Courses: Taking the Japanese Listening Course of One University in Taiwan as an Example


The purpose of this study is to find out whether the incorporation of "digital media materials" in Japanese listening courses has a positive impact on students. Non-Japanese learners of Japanese do not have a full Japanese environment after leaving the classroom, so it is important to continue to learn with willpower and self-discipline. In this study, the audio-visual materials of several digital media were introduced into the Japanese listening course as part of the course materials, and the vocabulary, grammar, and topics used in these "live materials" were organized, so as to promote students to concentrate more in class. More importantly, is to help students develop the habit of contacting such digital media materials and listening to Japanese on weekdays, and bring a positive impact. The research method is to conduct a questionnaire survey on students two months after the listening course to clarify whether Japanese audio and video materials can improve learners' concentration in listening courses, the types of materials that learners prefer, how they are helpful to learners, and Whether the learner continues to use digital media for self-disciplined learning after the course. By analyzing the results of the questionnaire, it was investigated whether the use of "digital media audio-visual materials" in the course had positive effects on students and what was the effect.

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Yu-wen Chang, Shih Chien University, Taiwan

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Conference: ACE2022
Stream: Foreign Languages Education & Applied Linguistics (including ESL/TESL/TEFL)

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