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Record identifier : 564718
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : POURJAMAL, HAKIMEH
Title and statement of responsibility : ON THE IMPACT OF THE DEGREE OF IMPLEMENTED PRODUCTIVITY IN EXERCISES BY THE LEARNERS ON THE ATTRITION/RETENTION OF PHRASAL VERBS [Thesis]/پورجمال، حکیمه;supervisor: FAHIMEH MAREFAT
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , 2009
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : master of Arts
Body granting the degree : , Allame Tabatabai University The Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Language
Summary or Abstract : هدف تحقیق: بررسی تاثیر روش های مختلف تمرین افعال چند کلمه‌ای بر به یادسپاری آنهااست. پرسش های تحقیق: آیا تمرین افعال چندکلمه‌ای با درجه برونداد بالا تاثیری بر به یادسپاری درازمدت آنها دارد؟ آیا تمرین افعال چندکلمه ای با درجه برونداد متوسط تاثیری بر به یادسپاری درازندت آنها دارد؟ آیا تمرین چندکلمه ای با درجه برونداد بسیار پایین تاثیری بر به یادسپاری درازندت آنها دارد؟ نتیجه‌گیری: اگر زبان آموز دانش زبانی نو را به صورت تولیدی به کا بررند احتمالا دانش زبانی آنها با گذشت زمان کمتر آسیب پذیر خواهد بود
: Learning a SL/FL is a burdensome accomplishment which is not immune to the defect of attrition. After some time of disuse, FL/SL learners tend to forget the learnt materials. Vocabulary items particularly idiomatic expressions including phrasal verbs are more prone to attrition. The degree of productivity/receptivity of the exercises through which vocabularies are practiced can play a discernable role on these items' retention after a period of disuse. Furthermore it is believed that more productively practiced linguistic items tend to be remembered more than receptively practiced ones. This study intended to explore the impact of the degree of productivity/receptivity implemented in exercises used to practice phrasal verbs on their attrition/retention after a month's interval. The participants were 39 conversational course students of Interchange 1 in a private language institute. Before the course the researcher gave a pretest to choose a) 30 most unfamiliar phrasal verbs to the participants and b) to homogenize participants. After the instruction, the participants were given the first pretest the results of which were compared to those of the second posttest to probe which way of practicing i.e. productive, semi-productive or receptive resulted in more attrition/retention of the items. The pretest and the second posttest were a revised version of Vocabulary Knowledge Scale Test by Laufer & Wesche (1993) and the first posttest was a teacher-made cloze test. After a month's interval between the first and the second posttests, the changes in the scores were investigated. Descriptive statistics was run to probe the null hypotheses. The researcher found out the degree of productivity of the exercises used to practice the phrasal verbs had an impact on their attrition/retention in that the higher the degree of productivity the lower the amount of attrition. The merely receptively practiced items were not retained to a desirable degree. The semi- productive practicing stood in between..
Topical Name Used as Subject : phrasal verbs
: output
: Retentio
: degree of productivity
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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