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研究生:趙敏如
研究生(外文):CHAO, MIN-JU
論文名稱:CLIL健康課實施科技融入合作學習之成效分析
論文名稱(外文):Integration of Technology and Cooperative Learning in CLIL Health Classes
指導教授:洪媽益洪媽益引用關係
指導教授(外文):MICHAEL TANANGKINGSING
口試委員:林彥良謝承諭洪媽益
口試委員(外文):LIN, YEN-LIANGHSIEH, CHEN-YUMICHAEL TANANGKINGSING
口試日期:2022-07-06
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺北科技大學
系所名稱:應用英文系
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2022
畢業學年度:110
語文別:英文
論文頁數:99
中文關鍵詞:語言與學科內容整合式教學健康教學學習成效遊戲式學習回饋系統合作學習
外文關鍵詞:CLILcontent and language integrated learninghealth teachinglearning outcomegame-based student response systemcooperative learning
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由於臺北市政府推動雙語教育政策,語言與學科內容整合式教學(CLIL)已成為臺北市國中小操作的教學法,但因缺乏師資,使得 CLIL 教學授課教師大多由英文老師教授。本篇研究目的為觀察學生以英語融入教學教法於非考科-健康,課堂加入科技融入合作學習,學生的學習表現及學習成效的改變。本研究中,將挑選兩班國小五年級小學生為觀察對象,一班為實驗組;另一班為控制組。以量化研究為學生課堂學習單完成度的測量方法,根據學生課堂學習表現的學生以質化的觀察方式進行。
Due to the bilingual education policy promoted by the Taipei City Government, content and language integrated learning (CLIL) has become the pedagogical method operated by elementary and junior high schools in Taipei City. However, due to the lack of teachers, most of the teachers in CLIL teaching are English teachers. The purpose of this research is to observe the students in CLIL teaching method in non-test subjects-health, integration of technology and cooperative learning in CLIL health classes, changes of students’ classroom performance and learning effectiveness. In this study, two classes of fifth-grade elementary school students will be selected as the observation objects. One class is the experimental group; the other class is the control group. Quantitative research is a measurement method for students' completion of classroom worksheets, according to the students' classroom learning performances are for qualitative research.
摘要.........................................................i
Abstract....................................................ii
誌謝........................................................iii
Table of Contents...........................................iv
List of Tables .............................................vi
List of Figures.............................................vii
Chapter 1 Introduction......................................1
1.1 Research Background.....................................1
1.2 Research Motivation and Research Questions..............2
Chapter 2 Literature Review.................................5
2.1 Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) ........5
2.1.1 CLIL 4Cs curriculum design............................6
2.1.2 Language Learning and Teaching Materials for CLIL.....8
2.1.3 Cooperative Learning and Assessments in CLIL..........10
2.1.4 Implementation of CLIL worldwide and in Taiwan........12
2.2 Kahoot!-assisted CLIL teaching .........................14
2.3 Health classes in Taiwan’s elementary school ...........16
Chapter 3 Methodology.......................................19
3.1 Participants............................................19
3.2 Learning Materials .....................................21
3.3 Class Procedures........................................22
3.4 Research Approach.......................................25
3.5 Assessment .............................................27
3.6 Data Analysis ..........................................30
Chapter 4 Results and Discussion............................33
4.1 Quantitative Data.......................................33
4.2 Qualitative Data........................................35
4.2.1 Checklist Results ....................................36
4.2.2 4Cs Framework ........................................40
4.2.2.1 Content and Communication...........................41
4.2.2.2 Cognition and Culture...............................43
4.2.3 Cooperative Learning..................................47
4.2.4 Kahoot!-assisted CLIL teaching........................49
Chapter 5 Conclusion........................................53
5.1 Summary of Key Findings.................................53
5.2 Limitations and Recommendations.........................54
References..................................................56
Appendixes..................................................63
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