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-**Evaluation of Task-based Online Materials [#q5f76e2a] +[[カテゴリー/研究発表]] 
-藤原 和美(オークランド大学)+*Evaluation of Task-based Online Materials [#q5f76e2a] 
 +[[藤原 和美]](オークランド大学)
In this presentation, I would like to share some of the results obtained through the pilot study for my Ph.D. thesis.  My study evaluated an online-based courseware, Vital English Starter, at a lower secondary school in Japan.  The courseware targets absolute beginners, which is designed for use in a computer laboratory with teachers.  The aim of my research is to determine the extent to which online-based courseware or materials are suitable for Japanese lower secondary school students.  To make my evaluation well-balanced and structured, I organized my findings into categories.  These are student-based evaluation, teacher-based evaluation, response-based evaluation and learning-based evaluation.  I also decided to apply a wider variety of research methods in order to gain more accurate results.  My research methods included questionnaires, interviews, written learning logs, pre- and post-test, and observations. In this presentation, I would like to share some of the results obtained through the pilot study for my Ph.D. thesis.  My study evaluated an online-based courseware, Vital English Starter, at a lower secondary school in Japan.  The courseware targets absolute beginners, which is designed for use in a computer laboratory with teachers.  The aim of my research is to determine the extent to which online-based courseware or materials are suitable for Japanese lower secondary school students.  To make my evaluation well-balanced and structured, I organized my findings into categories.  These are student-based evaluation, teacher-based evaluation, response-based evaluation and learning-based evaluation.  I also decided to apply a wider variety of research methods in order to gain more accurate results.  My research methods included questionnaires, interviews, written learning logs, pre- and post-test, and observations.


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