31 SES 16 B, (ROOM CHANGE) Capturing and Investing in Multltingual Skills
The study aims to investigate the effect of Flipped Learning on 7th grade students' academic success. Flipped Learning is an approach that inverts what is done at school and at home. While students get the target content at home by the help of the resources provided by the teacher mostly by the help of technology, they do the exercises and activities at school. This increases the time that can be saved for the communicative activities vital for an English class. Students may have more control over their own learning process which may lead them to be an autonomous learner. If the resource given is a video, student can stop, pause, replay it whenever they want. They will have time to focus on the parts they have problem in a lesson content when they come to school. Teacher will have time to give clear feedback and start up a class discussion on the topic if necessary. Whether this increase in the for communicative activities and the way they study affects the academic succes of the students is intented to be searched in the study.
As a quantitative one, experimental method with control group of pre-test post-test is going to be used. Participants are 62 7th grade students (31: experiment group, 31: control group) in Pazarcık Middle School that is located in Pütürge, Malatya, Turkey. An achievement test developed by the researcher will be used as pre and post test. The test was developed according to the objectives set by the Ministry of National Education. It was applied to 96 students as a form with 24 questions. After the necessary analysis is done the final version of the test includes 20 questions. The same test will be used to test if the groups are equivalent. When the equivalency is assured, the experimental process will start. During the experimental procedure, in the experiment group Flipped Learning is going to be applied, on the other hand, teaching process of control group is going to be organized according to English curriculum in the classical way used by the teacher before. The experimental process is going to last 6 weeks, 4 lessons for each group a week. The process will be applied during the 7th grade units: “Sports” and “Wild Animals”. Lesson plans for each lesson and each group will be prepared by the researcher. Students in experimental group will watch around 10 minutes videos about the specific objective for each upcoming lesson. The same lesson content will be given to the students in control group by the teacher. The lesson plans will be applied by an English teacher, not the reseacher.
It is expected that there will be a significant difference between the results of experiment and control group obtained from the achievement test. The students who get the content online at home are expected to succeed more in the achievement test. This paper is based upon data in an unpublished master's thesis by the second author at the İnönü University, Malatya, 2018. This work was supported by Research Fund of the Inonu University. Project Number: 979
Bergmann, J., & Sams, A. (2012). Flip your classroom: Reach every student in every class every day. International Society for Technology in Education.
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