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Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, v14 n1 p29-34 Jan 2013

The purpose of this empirical research is to investigate the relationship between web-based learning time and academic achievement in German. 36 learners of L3 German with L1 Turkish and L2 English from Vocational High School of Kahta at Adiyaman University were the participants of this study. The empirical process of the study continued 6 weeks in 2011-2012 fall semesters. During this time, the German, as tertiary language, course was lectured by traditional face-to-face method in the classroom. But the students studied outside the course the same subjects in interactive form via web page, specifically designed for this study. At the end of the empirical process, the data about the study were obtained. The Pearson product-moment correlation was used to find out the relationship between web-based learning time and academic achievements in German. As a result of this study it is found out that there is a significant relationship between web-based learning time and academic achievement in German as a tertiary language. (Contains 3 tables.)

Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Internet, Vocational High Schools, German, Secondary School Students, Web Based Instruction, Correlation, Foreign Countries, Vocational Education

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Autor: Hanbay, Orhan

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2267&id=EJ1006244







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