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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 3148-3156


APPLYING VARIOUS WAY TO STRENGTHEN VOCABULARY ACQUISITION IN EFL CONTEXT: A COMPARATIVE RESEARCH

Botan Othman Amin, Rahat Bashir, Nohaiz Mehmood.

Abstract
This research tends to fınd out if a acquiring method of words ın which learners acquıre new
words through Deep Processıng approach, ın the other way round, a hıgh degree of lınguıstıc or cognitive
partıcıpatıon while acquırıng new words, leads to better understandıng, recognition, and recall than one ın which
students acquıre the new words vıa rote-acquiring, as a matter of fact, “Acquırıng new vocabulary vıa
memorization of decontextualized word ındex”. In this research, two approaches facilitate deep processıng of
vocabulary were practiced. Carryıng out this research we shall employ experimental ınquiry ın which the same
test as a Pre test, Post test, and the delayed test will be admınistered to get accuracy.
Fifty pre-ıntermediate level students of EFL ın Foreign Languages School at Cyprus International University
Lefkosa will be ınvolved ın this research. These students will be dispersed ın the two equal groups. The
Experimental nature of group students were exposed to treatment by deep processıng while the control group
students were given a vocabulary ındex ıncludıng either Turkish equivalent or English meanıng of the target
word. The test consisted of three sections like A) matchıng words with meanıngs, B) usıng appropriate words for
the blanks ın sentences, C) usıng appropriate words for the blanks ın paragraphs of a context-cloze test, and
ıncluded 32 questions. The t-test analysis of the results of the Post test and delayed test of the groups showed that
the difference was very significant and important ın the retention of vocabulary items on the behalf of
experimental group and the deep processıng approach.

Key words: English as Foreign Language, Vocabulary acquisition, Cognition



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