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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Review Of Methods Used In Studies Regarding The Application Of Self-Video Recorded Speaking Task And Implications For English-Majored Students At A Higher Education Institution Of Vietnam

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AUTHOR(S)

Ngoc Hai Tran, Cat-Tuong Thi Phan, Kim-Oanh Thi Hoang

 

KEYWORDS

SRST (self-video recorded speaking task), critical review, method.

 

ABSTRACT

The application of students’ self-video recorded speaking task (SRST) into English language teaching has become popular in the era of technology nowadays. However, each author has somewhat unique method to approach the issue. The article presented a thorough critical review regarding methods eight researchers have used to study the problem in their own contexts. After considering the strengths and weaknesses of each methodolody and methods, this SRST can be adapted into the context of Ha Tinh University with English majored students.

 

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