The Role Of Integrating Various Patterns Of Activity Sequencing In Promoting The Receptive Vocabulary Size Of Efl LearnersJournal: REVUE DES SCIENCES SOCIALES ANCIENNEMENT REVUE DES LETTRES ET DES SCIENCES SOCIALES (Vol.12, No. 21)
Publication Date: 2015-12-01
Authors : Ahlam Bouirane;
Page : 377-392
Keywords : Utilité Patterns of Activity Sequencing; Receptive Vocabulary Size (RVS); Integration; EFL Learners; Efficacy;
Summary The motivation underlying this research is the poor receptive vocabulary size (RVS) among third year students of English as a foreign language (EFL). The purpose is to report the efficiency of integrating various patterns of activity sequencing in promoting RVS through quasi-experimentation. The research used a questionnaire to collect the participants' perceptions of vocabulary and vocabulary learning, and to neutralize the bias of individual variables. Next, the research used the Vocabulary Levels Test (VLT) to test the RVS at the beginning and end of the quasi-experiment. The questionnaire results revealed that the students have positive high perceptions of vocabulary and vocabulary learning activities. The VLT results showed significant differences in the RVS of the participants between the quasi-experiment phases.
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