The Effect of English Visual Presentation in a Second Language Class


The recent years, a great tendency towards the use of technology and its integration into the curriculum has gained a great importance. Particularly, the use of visual things as and an each student's presentation in second language classrooms has grown rapidly because of the increasing emphasis on communicative techniques. And it is obvious that the use of visual presentation is a great help for second language students in stimulating and facilitating the target language. The purpose of this article was to examine the effect of using visual presentation for second language students so that they can make use of visual things efficiently in the classroom. The process of this article examines the effectiveness of visual material in second language grammar comprehension, the ability of four corners(speaking, listening, writing, reading) among beginning and intermediate-level English learners. In particular, it investigates the relative efficacy of using visual material with text. The Study's focal issue is to prove is most effective in aiding grammar for four corners' acquisition in one semester.

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Hyunhee Song, Hannam University, South Korea
Kiyoung Hong, Hannam University, South Korea
Kiho Song, Hannam University, South Korea
Ilgu Kim, Hannam University, South Korea

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Conference: ACSET2013
Stream: Education

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Song H., Hong K., Song K., & Kim I. (2014) The Effect of English Visual Presentation in a Second Language Class ISSN:2188-272X – The Asian Conference on Society, Education and Technology 2013 – Official Conference Proceedings
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