授業受講による学習者の認識の変化 : 2つの事例
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Changes in learner beliefs through classroom instructions : Two case studies
Two case studies are reported on changes in learner beliefs. The first study looked into the changes in beliefs about the importance of learning text organization reported by students enrolled in a writing class. Although there was not a drastic change, some learners showed positive changes in their views; the learners who undervalued the importance of text organization at the beginning of the course eventually came to value it. However, there were also learners who changed toward a negative direction; they lowered their estimated value of text organization. Inthe second study, changes in learners' views about a particular method of learning, i.e., reading aloud, were analyzed. Data on two aspects of learners' beliefs which relate to the motivational concepts of value and expectancy were collected at two times. Again, as in the first study, there were negative as well as positive changes.
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