英文科教學研究會

他校英文科網站

           嘉義女中英文科                                     中正大學外文系

           嘉義高中英文科                                     嘉義大學外語系

           華南高商應用外語科                              教育部北區英語教學資源中心

           輔仁中學英文科                                     教育部中區英語教學資源中心

           台北市建國中學英文科                          教育部南區英語教學資源中心

           台北市北一女英文科                              高職英文 e學院

           成功大學外文系                                     台南高商應用外語科

           雲科大應外系                                         虎尾科大應外系

英文學習的雙峰現象
          The learning of the English language remains the most uneven educational 
           development in Taiwan, with the best and worst students accounting for the
           two biggest groups in terms of scores.  A normal development would have
           the students’ achievements graphically represented in the shape of a mountain,
           with most of the students in the middle forming a peak.  But for the subject of
           English, the representation has been typically the shape of a valley, with a
           peak on each end of the achievement distribution chart, representing the best
           and worst students respectively.  If English teaching methods remain unchanged
           in school after the 12-year compulsory education starts two years from now,
           the “twin-peak” development will spread to senior high school years.  Under
           the current compulsory education system, students are grouped without
           considering their abilities.  But English classes on the senior high level must be
           grouped according to competence.  The huge gap between underachievers and
           ace students results from the latter group’s early start in learning the
           language.       
                                          (取材自China Post  2012/06/24)

         For your information:  
         
English is the third most spoken native language worldwide
         (after Chinese and Hindi), 
         with some 380 million speakers, 
         including people in United Kingdom, Canada,
         United States, Australia, and others.  
         It is also the MOST widely learned second language in the world. 
         So, join us!

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