本篇代写论文-台湾学生学习英语情况讲了鉴于这种情况下了解台湾学生如何利用这样的机会改善他们的演讲技巧在英语学习环境中没有直接的主题研究的趋势向英语国家的学生为了提高他们的英语技能在台湾是一个确定的趋势。许多大学建立了夏令营等，学生可以计划出国旅行，以提高他们的学习经验。本篇代写论文文章由新西兰第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
An immersive experience for students is generally thought of as being an efficient way for the student to learn a foreign language (Yashima, 2002). Immersion in both the target language, and in the community of the target language are held as good experiences for the person learning it.
“It’s widely thought around the world that studying abroad, an experience combining immersion in the target language native speech community with formal l classroom learning, potentially provides an effective and efficient means for second/foreign language learners to gain proficiency in the target language” (Duenas-Tancred and Weber-Newth, 1995, p.56).
Thus, given this context an understanding of how the Taiwanese students can make use of such opportunities for improving their speaking skills in the English study environment has not been the direct subject of research The trend to send students to English speaking countries in order to enhance their English speaking skills is an established trend in Taiwan. Many universities have established summer camps and more, where students are able to plan overseas travel in order to enhance their study experience (Su, 2006). It was noticed that as of 1996, MOE in Taiwan provided students with the necessary financial support in order to go on organized short-term study programmes for two to six weeks in English speaking countries during winter and summer breaks. These programmes served to enhance the study learning experience, improve their awareness and also to improve their language speaking skills (Su, 2006). These programmes referred to as study tours occurred in the past decade as well, and research studies show that this form of investment had increased in numbers from 200,000 to around 300,000 by 2006 (Su, 2006). This wide belief that study tourism benefits the student is rooted in such opportunities created for the student wherein they could not only experience different cultures and meet international friends, but also learn English in a relaxed and enjoyable manner. Living in an English speaking country is, in the students’ perception, a more effective way of learning English than the way they learn English as a foreign language in Taiwan (Jeon & Lee, 2006). Studies indicate that students also have additional learning opportunities as a result of the social environment that they are exposed to, unlike in the case of their home study environment, where the Taiwanese student is exposed to the language only associated with academia. In the case of the student being sent to a foreign country where the native language is English, they get a fully immersive study experience as a result.