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Main presenter
Mr. Nhat Quang NGUYEN
HQT Education Ltd, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam)
Presenter [2]
Ms. PHAM Nhat Linh HQT Education Ltd, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Ms. NGUYEN Thi Thu Hien Hanoi University of Industry, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Presentation title
Speaking self-efficacy and L2 motivational self system in Online EFL Emergency TBLT and TSLT Classes: A counter-balanced measures experimental study
Presentation abstract
Since 2020, many EFL emergency classes have been set up globally due to the outbreak of COVID-19. However, online education, especially emergency remote teaching or online emergency learning, is still in its infancy in Vietnam, with only limited studies on learner psychology. This research examined the effects of task-based language teaching and task-assisted language teaching, on EFL learners' L2 motivating self-system and speaking self-efficacy in online emergency classrooms. The researchers recruited two intermediate EFL non-English-majored first-year university student groups (n1=n2=30) at HQT Education, Hochiminh City. The participants alternatingly joined three TBLT and TSLT counterbalanced treatments about three different topics via ZOOM, a synchronous online meeting platform, in two months. After each lesson, an immediate test was conducted to investigate the students' perceived self-efficacy and L2 motivational self-system. Then, there was a two-week washout period to avoid sequencing interferences. Results of the between-groups and in-group t-tests and ANOVA tests with SPSS 20 suggested that the TBLT approach is more effective in motivating students' L2 motivational self system and their speaking efficacy in all alternating online emergency speaking lessons. This study is intended to aid teachers, policymakers, and educational researchers in developing future emergency teaching curricula with justifiable teaching methods.
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L2MSS, Speaking self-efficacy, TBLT, TSLT, Emergency remote teaching, Online Emergency classroom, EFL
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Quang Nguyen
Submitted: Friday, 27 August 2021, 12:59 PM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 4 November 2021, 1:59 PM [JST]
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