IMPROVING STUDENT'S ENGLISH ACQUISITION VIA MOVIES AND CARTOONS



IMPROVING STUDENT'S ENGLISH ACQUISITION VIA MOVIES AND CARTOONS

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  • Sabrina Rajabova student of Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages

Keywords:

movies, cartoons, language learning, effective approach, natural context, students' linguistic skills, visual and auditory, basic understanding, teaching methods, vocabulary, learning tool

Abstract

English language acquisition has become crucial in today's globalized world, demanding innovative approaches to teaching and learning. This study explores the potential of using movies and cartoons as a tool for enhancing students' English language acquisition. By engaging students visually and audibly, visual media can facilitate language learning and provide context-rich environments for practice and exposure.This research aims to assess the benefits of incorporating movies and cartoons into English language instruction. Visual media not only capture students' attention but also expose them to authentic conversations, cultural contexts, and various accents and dialects. Moreover, these dynamic formats can better simulate real-life language use, making learning more authentic and motivating for students. However, integrating visual media into language instruction also presents challenges. Issues such as vocabulary comprehension, linguistic complexity, accent variation, and cultural nuances may arise. Therefore, this study explores innovative strategies to overcome these challenges, including the use of subtitles, pre-viewing and post-viewing activities, and interactive discussions.While previous studies have recognized the potential of visual media in language learning, this research offers a comprehensive analysis by examining the specific impact of movies and cartoons on students' English language acquisition. By evaluating the attitudes, proficiency levels, and motivations of students, this study aims to determine the effectiveness of this instructional approach.The findings of this research indicate that incorporating movies and cartoons into language instruction positively influences students' English language acquisition. Students reported greater engagement and enjoyment, as well as increased vocabulary retention and overall language comprehension.

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Published

2024-04-19

How to Cite

Rajabova, S. (2024). IMPROVING STUDENT’S ENGLISH ACQUISITION VIA MOVIES AND CARTOONS. Conference Proceedings: Fostering Your Research Spirit, 217-221. https://doi.org/10.2024/03hqv076

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