Lessons from Good Language Learners
This edited collection provides a comprehensive overview of the area of sucessful language learning strategies and reviews the literature and research on this subject to date. The book provides a reference base, addresses theoretical issues and considers pedagogical implications. It identifies gaps in our current understanding and suggests useful research initiatives and it considers how all of this relates to successful language learning by unique individuals in a variety of situations. The book is divided into 2 sections: the first deals with learner variables and has chapters on such topics as age, culture, motivation, personality and aptitude. The second covers learning variables such as vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, reading and listening. The writers include many well-established names such as Anna Chamot, Paul Nation and Andrew Cohen as well as some of the best representatives of the new generation of applied linguists.
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ability activities Applied Linguistics approach aptitude behavior beliefs Cambridge University Press Chamot cognitive Cohen communication communicative language teaching context course culture deﬁned deﬁnition difﬁculties Dörnyei Education effective Ehrman English error correction factors ﬁeld ﬁnd ﬁndings Finkbeiner ﬁrst language ﬁve focus foreign language functional gender goal grammar Grifﬁths guage learners Heinle identiﬁed important inﬂuence instance interaction interview Krashen language aptitude language development language learning strategies Language Teaching Learner Autonomy learning style Level Four level students listening metacognitive metacognitive strategies methods Modern Language Journal motivation Naiman native speakers Nyikos O’Malley oral participants pragmatic proﬁciency pronunciation questionnaire reading reﬂect role Rubin Second Language Acquisition Second Language Learning self-regulated learning signiﬁcant Skehan skills social speaking speciﬁc speech acts strate strategy instruction successful target language task analysis teachers teaching/learning situation TESOL Quarterly thinking tion Ushioda vocabulary learning volume Wenden words writing