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Title: Exploring the Relationship between Pronunciation Training and Listening Ability
Other Titles: 発音訓練と聞き取り能力との関係調査
Authors: Desrosiers, Lori Ann
Keywords: pronunciation training
listening ability
TOEIC listening scores
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2019
Publisher: 共愛学園前橋国際大学
Abstract: This study was an attempt to examine the effect of pronunciation training on students’ listening ability. TOEIC listening scores of students who took a pronunciation training class for one-semester or two-semesters were compared with students who did not take any pronunciation training. In the first data set, one-semester pronunciation training, both the experimental group and the control group TOEIC listening scores decreased. In the second data set, two-semester pronunciation training, both the experimental group and the control group TOEIC listening scores improved somewhat, but the improvement was not statistically significant.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/12606
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