The effect of learner-generated revision videos with revision questions on vocabulary acquisition and speaking fluency in an EFL oral communication class
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The aim of this study is to research the effects of learner-generated revision videos with revision questions on vocabulary acquisition and speaking fluency in the 9th grade EFL oral communication class. Many students are reluctant to speak in foreign language lessons even when they may participate in activities focusing on other skills, so it is important to find effective techniques to reduce the learners’ speaking anxiety while advancing their vocabulary and fluency skills. Furthermore, while many studies examine the creation of audio-visual materials by adult learners, little is known about the way this technique affects teenagers. The author of the thesis, therefore, aims to find out whether learner-generated revision videos with revision questions positively affect the 9th graders’ perceived vocabulary and fluency skills, and whether they find this technique useful.
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