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Korean Journal of General Education 2022;16(2):257-273.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2022.16.2.257    Published online April 30, 2022.
Analysis of the Effect of Learners’ Preference for Online Classes on Online Course Satisfaction -Focusing on the Case of a General English Course at K University
Hyein Chong1, Sujung Woo2
1Instructor, Chungnam National University
2Professor, Konyang University
온라인 수업에 대한 선호도가 온라인 수업 만족도에 끼치는 영향 분석 -K대학 교양영어 수업의 사례를 중심으로
정혜인1, 우수정2
1충남대학교 강사
2건양대학교 교수
Correspondence:  Sujung Woo,
Email: suewoo@konyang.ac.kr
Received: 20 March 2022   • Revised: 11 April 2022   • Accepted: 18 April 2022
Abstract
This study aims to investigate learners’ perception of online learning for a general English course in Covid 19 situation, explore how online class preference affects degree of satisfaction of general English online class and examine whether the influence varies depending on the controlling variables such as age, instructor, English level, and English preference.
The subjects of this study were 870 undergraduate students from K University who took the same compulsive general English course, and the survey was conducted through the Google Forms questionnaire. This study processed an independent sample-t test, response sample-t test, and Pearson correlation analysis to discover the effect of bichronous online learning(blending of both asynchronous and synchronous online learning) preference on English class satisfaction, and hierarchical multiple regression to observe the effect of online class preference.
The results showed that students' preference to online learning was lower than that of online learning, but in the case of their satisfaction of general English online course, satisfaction with the synchronous online class was higher than that of the online class. In addition, There was a high positive correlation between synchronous online learning preference and general English class satisfaction. It was also found that the hierarchy of factors influencing English class satisfaction was in the order of synchronous online learning preference, English preference, online class preference, and English proficiency level.
Key Words: General English Course, Synchronous Online Learning, Bichronous Online Class, Students’ Perception of Online Learning, Students’ Satisfaction with Online Learning


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