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    Title: 單字學習:猜字與查字
    Authors: 盧俊明
    蘇于茵
    許恆誌
    蔡維民
    童馨儀
    方琦瑤
    Contributor: 應用英語系
    Date: 2010-06-09
    Issue Date: 2010-06-09 14:11:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper has illustrated that there are two opposing sides about learning second
    language vocabulary. On one side are scholars that believe that only by extensive
    reading, and incidental word learning can students really learn new vocabulary words.
    On the opposite side are those who state that explicit vocabulary learning using
    dictionaries and translations is the best way to learn new vocabulary. We believe that
    it is not an either or situation, but students learn vocabulary from both methods. The
    final product of this project provides the students with a way to study and learn
    vocabulary from the explicit learning side with an English language vocabulary
    learning calendar. This calendar can facilitate vocabulary learning primarily due to the
    systematic and measured way of presenting the daily vocabulary to be learned and the
    ease and convenience of the product.
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