Browsing by Subject "Learner-centered approach"
Now showing items 1-4 of 4
A comparative study of Grades 10 and 11 students' beliefs towards teacher-centered and learner-centered approaches in English as a foreign language class at Mai Ja Yang High School in Kachin State, Myanmar (Assumption University Press, 2020)
The purpose of conducting this study was firstly, to determine Grades 10 and 11 students’ beliefs towards English as a foreign language class at Mai Ja Yang High School in Kachin State, Myanmar. Secondly, to determine whether there were significant differences in Grade 10, Grade 11,and Grades 10 and 11 students’ beliefs towards teacher-centered and learner-centered approaches in English as a foreign language at Mai Ja Yang High School in Kachin State, Myanmar. The respondents were 120 Grade 10 students and 145 Grade 11 students (totaling 265 ...
A comparative study of teachers' and students' beliefs towards teacher-centered and learner-centered approaches in Grade 12 English as a foreign language class at one governmental senior secondary school in Shaan'xi Province, China (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
The aim of this study was to determine what were Grade 12 EFL teachers’, and Grade 12 intermediate- and advanced-level students’ beliefs towards teacher-centered approach and learnercentered approach, in order to determine whether there was a significant difference between them. This study was conducted at one governmental senior secondary school in Shaan’xi Province, China. The study focused on 23 Grade 12 EFL teachers, 48 Grade 12 EFL intermediate-level students and 87 Grade 12 EFL advanced-level students of the second semester of academic ...
(Assumption University, 2014)
Research in second language learning has shown that learners who use learning strategies are more likely to achieve effective learning, and has highlighted the importance of strategy training in language education. The principal objective of this research is to evaluate the impact of a 14 hours training module to language learning strategies integrated in a conversation class for the benefit of Assumption University’s students of French. The research was organized in three stages: (1) an identification of the language learning strategies ...