THE EFFECT OF COMPUTERS ON THE STUDENTS’ LISTENING ABILITY
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1. INTRODUCTION İçerik
The aim of the study is to determine the effect of computer assisted listening instruction on general listening comprehension proficiency.
Another aim of this study is to determine whether the students have a positive attitudes towards computer assisted learning or not.
Many of the students hove a lot of difficulties in listening. Computer assisted listening instruction is one of the methods that is used in soloing these problems and this method is becoming more camion day by day. At the end of this study we con understand the rightness of this method.
During the research the following research questions will be asked.
1. How do Computer Assisted Listening Classes effect the students’ general listening ability?
2. What is the differences between Computer Assisted class and Traditional class.
3. What are the attitudes towards computer assisted instruction in the Computer Assisted Class?
2. LITERARY REVIEW
there are a few experimental studies investigating the effectiveness of C.A.L.L. one of them is the study of John Pearson.
He states that hypermedia learning materials may often be produced in on atmosphere of untested optimism and that it’s sometimes assumed that this kind of instruction is to be effective without doing any experimental test of assumption.
According to the study of Fumiko Nasikon and Kumr Omato we don’t know exactly whether C.A.L.L. still needs to be studied experimentally, especially in the main four skills. This experimental study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of computer assisted listening instruction. When we look at smite studies we see that computer assisted instruction con be effective in the teaching and learning of language skills. For example;
Nancy M.Cax conducted a study on effects’ of computer assisted instruction on students’ achievement and their attitudes towards computer assisted learning. The subjects were 102 students in the fourth grade with an age range of nine to ten. The subjects received computer assisted instruction for two years. The results concerning the effects of attitude on student’s rubric sprees indicates that there is no correlation between the students’ attitudes towards paired work and their achievement on Hyper studio stacks.
Sherry Markel investigated the effectiveness of C.A.L.L. on listening. 27 subjects were involved in the study. In the study two groups were used (C.A.C. and T.C.) At the beginning of experiment subjects received o 55 question multiple choice pretest designed to measure student’s ability of listening. The C.A.G. received computer assisted instruction while Traditional class received conventional classroom instruction. This treatment lasted for and semester. At the end of the semester both groups received the pretest and posttest. The results of pre and posttests of two groups were compared