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ERIC Number: EJ1118581
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
Pages: 10
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-1913-9020
Video Self-Modeling Technique That Can Be Used in Improving the Abilities of Fluent Reading and Fluent Speaking
Sen, √úlker
International Education Studies, v9 n11 p66-75 2016
The use of technology in the field of education makes the educational process more efficient and motivating. Technological tools are used for developing the communication skills of students and teachers in the learning process increasing the participation, supporting the peer, the realization of collaborative learning. The use of technology is increasingly widespread in the language teaching as well as in all areas of the education. The use of technology in the classroom language teaching activities allows students to be more active in the learning process than other techniques, learn at their own pace and give them a chance to repeat the activities they want to do. Computers, videos, tablets and other technological products such as mobile phones are increasingly feel the importance in language teaching and learning in recent years. In fact teaching methods and techniques built on the use of technology have been developed. Video self-modeling is one of these methods. Video self-modeling is an application with evidence basis, defined as watching and taking as a model the target behavior exhibited by the person on the videotape. The aim of this study is to draw attention of researchers and practitioners to the video self-modeling method which is determined to be ignored and provides information about the use of methods of language teaching in fluent reading and fluent speaking. These are thought as the contribution of this study to the field of teaching Turkish.
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Education Level: Grade 1; Grade 2; Grade 3; Grade 4; Grade 6; Grade 7; Grade 8; Primary Education; Elementary Education; Early Childhood Education; Intermediate Grades; Grade 5; Middle Schools; Junior High Schools; Secondary Education
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