||The study focused on Kaohsiung City’s pilot project of “Upgrading Primary and Secondary School Pupils’ Achievements in English Learning” in the experimental program. A total of Kaohsiung City’s Linyuan, Daxie, Daqishan, Dagangshan, and Dafengshan participated in the experiment.( 60 elementary schools, 3 junior high schools). |
Since the beginning of the 102 academic year, five primary schools in the Linyuan District of Kaohsiung City have been piloted in a specific conditional format for the pilot project of “Enhancing the English Learning Achievements of Primary and Secondary School Students”. By the 106th academic year, when the second four-year plan starts, there are ten The school withdrew from the second phase of the project and joined six elementary schools and two junior colleges. A total of 63 junior high schools participated in the second phase of the experimental program, hoping to lay a solid foundation from elementary school to junior high school and lay a foundation for future study Foundation.
This study will conduct annual data analysis and interviews on the project’s annual performance statistics report to explore methods and strategies for improving students’ ability to learn English in rural areas and provide policy development guidance. The study obtained the following conclusions:
(a) The number of schools participating in the experimental program has been increasing year by year, and from the elementary school to the junior high school, it can be seen that the spiritual main axis of the project is gradually affirmed and recognized.
(b) The professional work of the teachers' professional community has promoted the teacher's teaching performance to interact well with students and improved the effectiveness of students' English learning.
(c) Students participating in the experimental planning school achieved good results in most of the studies, and a small part due to subjective and objective factors presented a gap.
(d) The overall benefit assessment:
(I) Improve students' motivation to learn English.
(II) Effectively reducing remedial teaching students.
(III)Closer to the gap between urban and rural areas.
(IV) Effective learning and learning in the next stage