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Nov. 2018
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Paper Title :
Short Story Reading as a Means of Enhancing Vocabulary, Using Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy in English as a Second Language Among Seventh Graders Bhutanese Students

Author :Pema Dolma, Donrutai Boonprasitt

Article Citation :Pema Dolma ,Donrutai Boonprasitt , (2016 ) " Short Story Reading as a Means of Enhancing Vocabulary, Using Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy in English as a Second Language Among Seventh Graders Bhutanese Students " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 127-133, Volume-2,Issue-12

Abstract : The research used a quantitative approach and included 61 ESL students. This study explores the use of vocabulary self-collection strategy in short stories reading to enhance vocabulary in English- as- a Second - Language (ESL) classroom at one lower secondary school of Bhutan. It will clarify and differentiate students’ ways of learning vocabulary where rote learning is compared to students-centered learning. The study was conducted in the second semester of the mentioned Bhutanese school in 2016. Population of this study comprises 2 sections of grade 7 Bhutanese students. The research instruments were pre and post-tests as well as questionnaire to gather empirical data. The findings revealed that the use of vocabulary self-collection strategy in short stories reading significantly enhanced the vocabulary of seventh graders Bhutanese students. Index terms- vocabulary enhancement, Grade 7 Students, ESL classroom, short story, vocabulary self-collection strategy, lower secondary school.

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