Presentation Proposals for GLoCALL 2021

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Main presenter
Ms. Yasuko OKADA
Seisen University (Tokyo, Japan)
Presenter [2]
Dr. Takafumi SAWAUMI Ryutsu Keizai University
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Dr. Takehiko ITO Wako University
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Presentation title
Using speech videos of learners of Korean for pedagogical purposes in Japan
Presentation abstract
Viewing videos of their own and their peers’ speeches allows learners to reflect on their performance in a target language and to learn from their peers. This pilot study examined how videos helped Japanese learners gain awareness of their and their peers’ performances in speaking Korean to enhance their speaking performance. The participants were ten first-year and six second-year female students learning Korean at a two-year college. The former students gave a short prepared speech about their own experiences, and their performances were recorded to reflect their performances. The latter students gave two prepared speeches, both of which were recorded to compare differences in their performance. To understand the effectiveness of the viewing, an open-ended questionnaire was administered online, and responses were analyzed using mixed methods. The findings revealed that video watching created a positive learning environment for the first-year students, whereas comparing videos at two points contributed to an increase in second-year students’ awareness of their speech. Our results imply that the viewing of student speech videos is beneficial for learners of any language to make their progress visible.
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video research, reflection, Korean as a foreign language
Managing multimedia/hypermedia environments
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Submitted by
Yasuko Okada
Submitted: Sunday, 22 March 2020, 11:15 AM [JST]
Modified: Friday, 22 October 2021, 10:45 PM [JST]
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