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Số 07 (2017) Trang: 91-99
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Received 25 Oct 2016
Revised 06 Jan 2017

Accepted 31 Oct 2017


This article is aimed to explore the impact of drama-based role play activities on three domains of speaking performance–accuracy, pronunciation, and interactive communication of English as foreign language students at a university in the Mekong Delta and examine students’ attitudes towards the use of role-play instruction. The experimental study was conducted with thirty freshmen who were assigned as one control and one experimental group. The data were collected from pre-and post-speaking tests and interviews. The quantitative analysis reveals that students in the treatment group made progress in their speaking performance whereas the level of speaking performance among students in the control group remained unchanged. Notably, interactive communication was significantly gained compared to accuracy and pronunciation within the intervention group. The qualitative analysis from interview data indicates that students held positive attitudes towards the implementation of drama-based role play activities.


Drama-based role play activities, speaking performance, interaction

Cited as: Nhi, D.T.N. and Huan, N.B., 2017. Drama-based role play activities to impact on students’ speaking performance. Can Tho University Journal of Science. 7: 91-99.


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