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Title: Language Learning Strategies Used by Japanese College Learners of English: A Synthesis of Four Empirical Studies
Authors: TAKEUCHI, Osamu
WAKAMOTO, Natsumi
Author's alias: 竹内, 理
若本, 夏美
Issue Date: 2001
出版者の別表記: Japan Association for Language Education and Technology(LET)
外国語教育メディア学会(LET)
Shimei: Language Education & Technology
Volume: 38
Start page: 21
End page: 43
Abstract: This article reports on four emprirical studies concerning the use of language learning strategies conducted in the Japanese EFL environment. The purposes of the first two studies were; 1) to categorize strategies used by intermediate Japanese college learners of EFL; and 2) to ascertain which strategy group was the most often used and which was generally NOT often used. In the third study, the authors determained which strategy goup was regarded as “not important” for learning by Japanese college instructors of EFL and their studens. Based on the results, a hypothesis was discussed that the teacher's beliefs on the use of strategies have influence on the students' beliefs, and consequently on their actual use of strategies. In the last study, the possible effects, both short- and long-term, of training on the use of strategies were investigated. The limitations of the four studies and possible research and pedagogical implications are discussed briefly.
type: Journal Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/912
ISSN: 04587332
Text Version: publisher
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