Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A.
College of Liberal Arts
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Keywords and Subject Headings
ESL, Language, Acquisition, Listening, Preferences
The following study deals with findings from relations of students towards Web listening activities and vocabulary awareness in the listening skill. These relations rely on previous media listening experiences and score results given by Web listening tasks that students were exposed to. Thus, the main purpose is to establish a degree of students' awareness to such activities to find if the preferences influence on a vocabulary acquisition level when performing Web listening comprehension. In order to establish this relation, a background computer media preference survey was applied to create comparisons and correlations which determine the degree of interest in relation to the Web activities' performance.
Hernandez-Moraga, Jaime Alfredo, "Computer Preferences and Listening in Web Tasks" (2014). Culminating Projects in TESL. 51.