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研究生:唐瓊芝
論文名稱:文化學習:漫畫帶進國中英語學習效益探究
論文名稱(外文):Culture Learning: An Exploratory Study of the Effect of Bringing Comic Strips into English Learning in Junior High School
指導教授:余明忠余明忠引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yu, Ming-chung
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:英語教學碩士在職專班
學門:教育學門
學類:普通科目教育學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2005
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
論文頁數:105
中文關鍵詞:comic strips
外文關鍵詞:culture learning
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文化教學對於語言教學乃不可或缺且有益,然而,仍然只有相當少數的文化相關教材及文化教學被使用及實踐於國中英語課堂上。
本研究旨在了解 1 ) 利用英語漫畫帶入國中英語文化概念教學之效果,以及 2)學生們對英語漫畫輔助文化教學之態度, 是否與其文化概念學習成效有相互關連性。
研究對象為基隆市一所國中二年級學生。實驗組施予口說加上漫畫輔助教學。而控制組則只單獨施以口說教學。實驗研究共進行八週,實驗前給予兩組學生美國文化概念背景測驗,實驗後兩組學生再進行同一份文化概念測驗。其後,並由實驗組學生填寫漫畫輔助文化教學態度問卷。
本研究結果顯示:英語漫畫輔助學習確實能促進文化概念學習,問卷結果亦顯示出學生們整體上對於漫畫輔助教學持有正面態度,然而學生們對漫畫輔助學習之態度與其文化學習成效, 整體上, 並無顯著關聯。
Culture learning is inevitable during, and beneficial to, language learning. Regrettably, comparatively few target culture materials are found or target culture teaching is practiced in the junior high English class, though both were considered important and interesting by a majority of junior high school students. The aim of this study was to find out if comic strips can help facilitate students’ culture learning and if students’ positive attitude toward comic strip-aided cultural instruction can affect their learning performance. Two groups of junior high second graders of similar background were treated as experimental and control group respectively; the former was instructed by way of culture relevant comic materials, and the latter, teacher’s narration alone. The result indicated comic strip-aided instruction indeed can better promote participants’ culture learning. A positive attitude from the subjects toward comic-aided cultural instruction was also found. In conclusion, comic aids contributed, to a significant degree, to students’ improved performance in culture learning, and, though students’ attitude toward their introduction and effects was positive, it did not significantly correlate with improvements in students’ performance.
Acknowledgements iii
Table of Contents iv
List of Tables vii
Chinese Abstract viii
English Abstract ix
Chapter
1. Introduction 1
2 Literature Review 5
2.1 Culture Learning 5
2.1.1 Language and Pictures in Culture Learning 10
2.2 Characteristics of Comics 16
2.2.1 Comics in Education and Language Teaching 19
2.3 Problems in Culture Learning 23
2.4 Previous Studies on Using Visual Aids to Help 26
2.5 Research Questions 30
2.6 Research Hypothesis 30
3 Methodology 32
3.1 Participants 32
3.2 Instruments 33
3.2.1 Comic Strips . 33
3.2.2 Cultural Assessment . 35


3.2.3 Questionnaire 38
3.2.4 Interview 39
3.3 Procedure 40
3.4 Data Analysis 41
. 4 Result 43
4.1 Cultural Assessment analysis 43
4.1.1 Similar Cultural Baselines and Significant Post-experiment
Differences 44
4.2 Questionnaire Analysis 46
4.2.1 Integral Attitude and Four Different Attitude Factors toward
Comic Strip-aided Cultural Instruction 46
4.2.2 Correlation between Participants’ Attitudes and Their
Gained Scores 47
5 Discussion 50
5.1 Discussion on the findings in Cultural Assessment 50
5.1.1 Significant Difference Found between Two Groups 50
5.1.2 Explanation for the Minor Difference between Two Groups 51
5.1.3 Timely and Contextualized Instruction in the Control Group 53
5.1.4 Comic Strip-aided Contextualized Cultural Teaching in the
Experimental Group 56
5.1.5 Participants’ Socioeconomic and Educational Backgrounds 56
5.2 Discussion on the Findings in the Questionnaires 57
5.2.1 Correlations between Participants’ Attitudes toward Comic
Strip-aided Cultural Instruction and Their Cultural Performance 57



5.2.2 Further Examination of Participants’ Attitudes
toward Comic Strip-aided Cultural Instruction 60
5.2.3 More Information from Derived Questions for reference 61
5.2.4 Participants’ Comic Strip and Culturally Relevant
Backgrounds 64
5.2.5 Participants’ General Attitudes toward Cultural Instruction
and Their Culturally Relevant Backgrounds 64
6. Conclusion 67
6.1 Summary of the Findings 67
6.2 Pedagogical Implications 67
6.3 Limitations and Problems of the Study 69
6.4 Suggestions for Teachers and Further Research 71
References 74
Appendix 86
I The Cultural Assessment 86
II The Attitude Tendency Questionnaire of the Comic Strip-aided 91
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