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What’s in and What’s out?: A Study of Student Choice of Learning Activities in a Flipped EFL Classroom

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  • Yan Shen
Publication date6/12/2021
<mark>Original language</mark>English
EventSRHE International Conference 2021 - Virtual
Duration: 6/12/202110/12/2021


ConferenceSRHE International Conference 2021
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Learning activities are decisive to the effectiveness of a flipped classroom, however, research dedicated to learning activities in flipped classrooms is limited, and even scarcer from learners’ voice. This paper explores student choice of learning activities for a flipped EFL classroom,in an attempt to find out more targeted measures to enhance teaching and learning practices in the flipped classrooms. Student proposals (n=30) for learning activities from sophomores of an Integrated English Course (IEC) were used as media for data collection. The findings show the participants preferred a partial-flip mode. Further analysis indicates the participants attached more importance to lectures in class and revisions after class. The deviations of the participants’ proposed flip from a typical flip mode arose from the advanced technology support and student need in the flipped IEC.