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THE USE OF SMART BOARD IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS

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Transcript of THE USE OF SMART BOARD IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS

THE AIM OF THE STUDY
RESEARCH QUESTIONS
How does the use of Smart Board in teaching English to young learners influence on student engagement in and perception of classroom activities?
INTRODUCTION
Sünkür. M., Şanlı. Ö., Arabacı. İ. B., (2011).
Elementary school students’ views toward Smart Board practices. 5th International Computer and Instructional Technologies Symposium, 22-24 September, 2011 Firat Univesity, ELAZIĞ – TURKEY.
Beeland, W.D., Jr. (2002).
Student Engagement, Visual Learning and Technology: Can Interactive /Whiteboards Help? Retrieved, March 10, 2010.
Cox, A, (2010).
Smart Boards and Student Engagement. EdTECH 504, 2-13. Retrieved on March 17 from http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/coxa/Snythesis%20paper%20(504).pdf.
Sabo, H.M. (2001).
Use of Smart Board in Teaching Geography. Conference proceedings of “eLearning and Software for Education, 2, 184-188. Retrieved on March 12 from https://adlunap.ro/else_publications/papers/2011/1490_1.pdf.
Min. K., and Siegel. C. (2011)
. Integartion of Smart Board Technology and Effective Teaching. I-Manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, Volume 7, Number 1, June - August 201
RESEARCH METHODS

Momentary time-sampling procedure
THE INFLUENCE OF SMART BOARD TECHNOLOGY ON STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN AND PERCEPTION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
MA Student: Ainur AITKUZHINOVA-ARSLAN
Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eda ÜSTÜNEL

To investigate
the influence of Smart Board technology
on young learners’
language comprehension

and
reception
of classroom activities.
What are the students’ perceptions of lessons that include or exclude the Smart Board technology?
DATA ANALYSIS
The percentage of on-task behavior was identified through observation during 40-minute English lessons in both first and fifth grade classrooms. Totally 12 English language lessons were monitored during research process in order to determine the influence of Smart Board technology on student engagement in and perception of classroom activities.
DATA COLLECTION
QUESTIONNAIRE
CONCLUSION
Smart Board technology can be used in the classroom in order to
increase student engagement

during the learning process;

The index of first graders' engagement and perception of classroom activities is
higher
than fifth graders';

Fifth grade students learn and understand
much better without Smart Board
than with Smart Board;

Fifth graders
did not use SB
in previous grades, that's why they need time to get used to new invention;

Fifth graders
prefer typical blackboard
while studying new grammatical subject to Smart Board technology.
REFERENCES
Beeland, W.D., Jr. (2002). Student Engagement, Visual Learning and Technology: Can Interactive /whiteboards Help? Retrieved, March 10, 2010, from http://schools.becta.org.uk/index.php?section=re&catcode=fitsprimary_formrid=11899
Charles, M. C. (2003). Piaget İlkeleri. Ankara.
http://www.specialconnections.ku.edu/?q=assessment/data_based_decision_making/teacher_tools/momentary_time_sample_recording
Min. K., and Siegel. C. (2011). Integartion of Smart Board Technology and Effective Teaching. I-Manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, Volume 7, Number 1, June - August 2011.
Sünkür. M., Şanlı. Ö., Arabacı. İ. B., (2011). Elementary school students’ views toward Smart Board practices. 5th International Computer & Instructional Technologies Symposium, 22-24 September, 2011 Firat Univesity, ELAZIĞ – TURKEY.
To examine the
differences
in first and fifth graders'
on-task and off-task
behaviors during 40-minute English lessons that include and exclude the use of Smart Board technology.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY
To examine the influence of Smart Board technology specifically on student
input and output skills
;
To identify the use of Smart Board technology at
other grade levels and subject areas
;
To investigate the effect of Smart Board technology on
students' performance at universities
.
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