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The Relationship among Questions Level, Questions Process, and Hesitation Factor of Questions of University Students
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The Relationship among Questions Level, Questions Process, and Hesitation Factor of Questions of University Students
Woo, Chung-hee; Yoo, Jae Yong; Park, Ju-young;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to identify the relations among questions level, questions process, and hesitation factor of questions. Data were collected from 174 students at a university in D city using structured questionnaire from September 9 to April 10 2015. It was analyzed with frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, and correlation analysis. As a result, the learners` questions are made from cognitive confusion, these questions led the students to ask a question actually. Also, this study confirmed that the learners` internal hesitation factors had negative correlation when the students asked a question in real situation. In order to improve the asking question we`ll need to be generating a lot of questions to the student`s inside and outside. We also need to develop appropriate teaching methods so that this can be perceived connection of cognitive confusion-having questions-asking questions.
 Keywords
University students;Question;Level;
 Language
Korean
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