Corpus ID: 9926058

MOVIES IN EFL CLASSROOMS: WITH OR WITHOUT SUBTITLES

@inproceedings{Jalal2014MOVIESIE,
  title={MOVIES IN EFL CLASSROOMS: WITH OR WITHOUT SUBTITLES},
  author={S. Jalal and Abdolmanafi Rokni and Azam Jannati Ataee},
  year={2014}
}
The present study attempted to investigate the possible effect of the use of English movie subtitles on the improvement of listening comprehension in EFL intermediate students at Golestan University, Iran. To achieve this goal, 45 Iranian intermediate learners from two classes were assigned into two groups of Bimodal-Subtitles and No-Subtitles. The material consisted of an authentic English movie with 10 episodes. Each episode was about 15 minutes. The participants in each group were exposed to… CONTINUE READING
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