Effects of studying vocabulary enhancement activities on students' vocabulary production levels
CitationTopkaraoğlu, M. ve Dilman, H. (2014). Effects of studying vocabulary enhancement activities on students' vocabulary production levels. Procedia Social and Behovioral Sciences. (152), s. 931-936.
The purpose of this study is to find out the difference between two groups of students as regards to vocabulary production levels. While the students in control group followed the regular curriculum including the second one thousand most frequent words in English, the students in experimental group had a fourteen-week schedule of vocabulary implementation with enhancement activities consisting of the second one thousand most frequent words in English integrated into the regular curriculum. The sampling of the study consists of the students from a vocational school in Yalova. A total of 88 male, second-grade students participated in the study in the academic year of 2010–2011. This study adopted Productive Vocabulary Levels Test (PVT) as an instrument to examine the students' vocabulary production levels. After the implementation period, it was observed that there was a significant difference between the experimental and the control groups in favor of the experimental group in terms of vocabulary production levels.
SourceProcedia Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu