The Effect of Using Audio Files on Improving Listening Comprehension
This article points out the results of the study investigating the effect of using audio files on improving listening comprehension of high school students in Khorramabad -Iran-. For the purpose of the topic, two groups of students consisting of thirty four were randomly selected and were divided into two groups of seventeen. Research method was quasi-experimental. Although some native audio files were presented for the experimental group, both experimental and control group taught in the same style. According to the results of post listening test and the related comparisons, findings showed that using audio files had positive meaningful effect on improving listening comprehension.
Key Words: Listening Comprehension, Audio Files, Listeners, Multimedia
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