The Effects of two Delivery Systems for the Listening Comprehension Exercises on the Language Performance and Attitude of Beginning Spanish Students


Results of the study suggested that: 1) students tend to learn more effectively/efficiently using the computer delivery system; 2) students who complete more exercises learn more (significant only for the computer group); 3) there is a time advantage to using the computer; 4) students who complete the exercises via computer have a more positive attitude toward the listening comprehension exercises, and yet a less positive attitude towards the delivery medium, when compared to their counterparts using the traditional format; 5) students in the computer group have a more positive attitude towards language learning in general.

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Finding Significant Difference - Better Results with Technology
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