In this project, the researcher adopted the constructivist teaching methods and used cooperative group learning to explore the students’ Japanese learning performance changes. The students in the university’s Japanese as Second Foreign Language elective course are not confident enough to speak Japanese. This student-centered project provided a variety of group cooperation-oriented teaching activities to create numerous meaningful learning experiences to improve learning motivation and promote learning performance for the students. The students’ post-class questionnaires’ feedback indicated that they much prefer the teaching method of this course compared to that of traditional teaching. The students also believe that this teaching method can improve their confidence and strengthen their Japanese speaking, thinking, and organizational skills.
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