The Effect of the TOEIC Drill-Based E-learning: A Case Study of TOEIC First Year Preparation Course


This paper examines the effectiveness of an in-house developed e-learning system for TOEIC Test at Otaru University of Commerce. In order to see how the system helps the students to improve their listening and reading scores throughout the Spring 2014 semester, Two-way repeated measures ANOVA is conducted to three tests: before they start the system (Pre-Test); at the middle of the semester (Mid-Test); at the end of the semester (Post-Test). The findings using 206 first year students show that the listening score gradually improves; the reading score decreases, on the other hand. The extensive listening practice may affect the improvement of the listening score, while the reading practice for TOEIC in the system does not help them effectively for some possible reasons. This research will give an effective way of.improving TOEIC scores through the e-learning system

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