The Effects of Vietnamese High School Teacher’s Utility of Google Forms on Eleventh Graders’ Grammatical Knowledge
Keywords:grammar instruction, grammatical knowledge, Google Forms
In Vietnam, grammar has been taught with conventional teaching methods such as the Grammar Translation Method and Audio Lingual Method, which still focus on paper-based grammar exercises in high schools. These traditional methods demotivate students' learning interest and motivation and fail to increase their independent learning and the effectiveness of grammar instruction. The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of Vietnamese high school teachers’ utilization of Google Forms on eleventh graders’ grammatical knowledge and their perceptions of Google Forms in learning English grammar. The study results emphasized the intervention of eleventh-grade students' knowledge of grammar and their perceptions of this treatment. The study's findings indicated that the integration of Google Forms successfully aided students in enhancing their achievement of grammatical knowledge. Furthermore, students have a positive attitude towards this application into grammar teaching.
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