Investigating the Use of Picture Strip Story Strategy and Video Strategy in Teaching Listening Comprehension to EFL Learners at University Level
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 3, Pages 1521-1556
AbstractThe main aim of this research is to investigate which strategy (Picture Strip Story Strategy or Video Strategy) has more effect on learners’ listening comprehension proficiency.
The main problems that face EFL learners with regard to listening comprehension relate to the strategies that have been used for listening and the purpose of listening process. Thus, three null-hypotheses are set to investigate the use of picture strip story strategy and video strategy in teaching listening comprehension and their effect on learners' listening comprehension proficiency.
A quantitative research design is adopted. The sample (randomly selected) has consisted of (50) participants. They have been divided equally into two groups. The participants have been studying at Department of English, Basic Education College in Mosul University.
The content taught which is consisted of (8) videos is chosen from the documentaries of BBC channel. The length of each one is around (5-7) minutes. The same material is edited to suit the group whom taught by using picture strip story strategy. In addition, MCQ test is used for data-collecting. Then, t-test statistic tool is used for analyzing the collected data.
Finally, the results reveal that both strategies are useful for teaching listening comprehension. Group (B) who taught by using video strategy has scored (16.4800) which is more than group (A) who taught using picture strip story strategy whom has scored(13.2800).
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