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Short-Block Instruction Versus Long-Block Instruction: Impact on Reading Motivation and Reading Attitude

فصلنامه یادگیری و حافظه، دوره: 3، شماره: 12
Year: 1400
COI: JR_IJLM-3-12_006
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Ehsan Namaziandost - Department of English, Shahrekord Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran
Abbas Pourhosein Gilakjani - Department of English Language Translation, Islamic Azad University, Lahijan Branch, Iran.
Goodarz Shakibaei - Assistant Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran

Abstract:

The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of ۲ modes of instruction (Short-block versus Long-block) on Iranian EFL learners' reading motivation and reading attitude. For this study, ۶۰ pre-intermediate level students who were studying in an English language institute in Ahvaz were selected. They took part in a homogeneity test (OQPT) to determine their homogeneity level. Then they were randomly divided into two groups, ۳۰ learners each included, namely short-block instruction group and long-block instruction group. Then the two groups were given a reading motivation questionnaire and reading attitude survey as the pre-test before treatment to determine the participants’ reading motivation and reading attitude. During the eleven-session treatment, the long-block group was taught the reading comprehension in an intensive ۷۵-minute session, while the short-block group was taught in three short sessions (twenty-five- minute session). After the treatment sessions, the participants were given a reading motivation questionnaire and reading attitude survey as a posttest. Data were analyzed through descriptive statistics and one-samples t-tests and the findings showed a significant difference between the groups. The short-block group outperformed the other groups in both reading motivation and reading attitude post-test. Implications of this study could be a hint for both EFL teachers and learners that teaching through short-block instruction is more effective than long-block instruction in teaching reading comprehension.

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