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Record identifier : 564324
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Adel, Shahla
Title and statement of responsibility : The effects of syntactic simplification and repetition on listening comprehension of EFL students [Thesis]/شهلا عادل;supervisor: Dr. B. Sadeghian;advisor: Dr. M. Nowruzi
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , 1995
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts(M.A)
Body granting the degree : , College of Persian Literature And Foreign Languages Allameh Tabatabaei
Summary or Abstract : In recent years, considerable attention has been given to the role of input in second language acquisition. Krashen has argued that comprehensible input is a necessary factor for successful language aquisition. he has also stated that linguistic simplifications, including syntactic simplification clearly help make input language more comprehensible. The present research was conducted and set out to answer three research questions: 1. Would recognition of information contained in the passage be greater when the students listen to a passage containing syntactic simplification than when they listen to a passage without simplifications? 2. Would students of EFL achieve higher scores on the comprehension test based on the passage containing repeated segments than a passage without repetitions? 3.Would the students hearing the original version containing reported segments score better on their comprehension test than those hearing the syntactically simplified version and those hearing the original version? To pursue the research questions, the following null hypothesis was proposed: 1i Syntactic simplification and repetition will have no effect on listening comprehension of EFL students. The results rejected the hypothesis. In addition, the results suggest that: 1e the students who listened to the passages containing repeated segments outperformed the students of the other groups. 2e The students who listened to the syntactically simplified version outperformed the students hearing the original version. 3. The results of the post hoc analysis indicated that the difference between the groups that heard the original version containing repeated segments and the group hearing the syntactically simplified version is not statistically significant..
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