IJLLL 2020 Vol.6(3): 162-165 ISSN: 2382-6282
DOI: 10.18178/IJLLL.2020.6.3.269

To Explore Learners’ Oral English Fluency and the Characteristics of the Use of Chunks

Chunli Jiang
Abstract—We analyze in detail the text of the post-test of the experimental class and discuss their development characteristics in oral fluency and use of language blocks. After receiving the new teaching mode, generally speaking, the oral fluency and the use of language blocks between groups have been improved. Specifically, learners' oral fluency has been greatly improved in their language level from the primary level to the intermediate level, but stagnated in their development from the intermediate level to the advanced level. In terms of frequency and diversity of use of language blocks, they also show similar characteristics in oral fluency, that is, their language level has been greatly improved from the primary level to the intermediate level, but it has also stagnated from the intermediate level to the advanced level.

Index Terms—Language block, corpus, oral fluency, new teaching model.

Chunli Jiang is with the Beijing University of Technology, China (e-mail: 29076882@qq.com).

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Cite:Chunli Jiang, "To Explore Learners’ Oral English Fluency and the Characteristics of the Use of Chunks," International Journal of Languages, Literature and Linguistics vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 162-165, 2020.

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