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Title: Factors Influencing Computer-assisted Language Learning in Taiwan: A Case Study


1
Factors Influencing Computer-assisted Language
Learning in Taiwan A Case Study
  • Emmie Li
  • National Tsing Hua University
  • De Lin Institute of Technology
  • Yflee_at_sitc.edu.tw

2
Review of Previous Research
  • Learning Strategies
  • The frequency of use of language learning
    strategies directly related to language
    performance (Oxford and Burry 1993).
  • There is no single strategy pattern used by
    effective language learners.
  • Most of the learners apply an array of
    strategies, matching those strategies to their
    own learning style and personality and to the
    demands of the task.

3
Review of Previous Research
  • Motivation
  • Instrumental motivation the desire to learn the
    L2 as a tool for a career in the future
    Integrative motivation the interest in the L2
    community (Gardner and Lambert 1972).
  • Motivation in three levels (1) global
    motivation (2) task motivation (3) situational
    motivations (Brown 1994).

4
Review of Previous Research
  • Computer as a Tool in Language Learning
  • The use of computers in language learning could
    help to individualize instruction and make it
    interactive, giving immediate, consistent and
    non-judgemental feedback (Relan, 1992).
  • The achievement of learning language with a
    computer is directly related to individual
    computer literacy which includes individual
    cognition, psychomotor, and affection of
    computers (Anderson, Klassen, and Johnson 1982)

5
Case Study
  • What was the dominant factor that influences
    computer-assisted language learning?
  • How does the motivation correlated with use of
    language learning strategies?
  • How does the motivation correlated with attitude
    towards CALL?

6
Results and Discussion
  • Instrumental motivation (in relation to computer
    attitude) is a dominant factor.
  • Learning strategies with positive attitude toward
    computer-assisted language learning program are
    also important in motivating L2 learning
    regularly.
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