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(1) how learners approach learning, both in and out of classrooms, and (2) the kinds of strategies and cognitive processing they use in second language acquisition

(1) how learners approach learning, both in and out of classrooms, and (2) the kinds of strategies and cognitive processing they use in second language acquisition
... learning problem Learners are generally aware of the strategies they use and can identify what they consist of if they are asked to pay attention to what they are doing/ thinking Strategies involve ... for the significance of language learning strategies in language teaching Firstly, by examining the strategies used by second language learners during the language learning process, educators and ... powerful impact of learning strategies on the learning and teaching of foreign and second language Good choice and use of learning strategies would help learners become more independent and autonomous...
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The Role of Gestures and Facial Cues in Second Language Listening Comprehension pptx

The Role of Gestures and Facial Cues in Second Language Listening Comprehension pptx
... when they did not understand the meaning of the questions in this section Each session took 30 including instructions at the beginning, the listening comprehension task, and completion of the ... placement in the IEP was determined on the basis of an in- house placement test of listening, reading, and writing skills (reliability coefficients for the listening and reading sections of this ... saw in the lecture, discussion of the results begins with a description of these gestures, their relative frequency, and examples, followed by the results of the listening comprehension task and...
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Báo cáo sinh học: " Dialogic meaning construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second-language reading Deoksoon Kim" doc

Báo cáo sinh học:
... construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second -language reading Multilingual Education 2011 1:2 Submit your manuscript to a journal and benefit from: ... natural inclination to understand and make meaning out of their lives and experiences” (p 762), and reading (meaning making) occurs in dialogic ways (Bakhtin 1986) Reading is the purposeful construction ... policy and practices in meaning- making opportunities Reading Research Quarterly 45(3): 292–317 Park, H-R, and D Kim 2011 Reading- strategy use by English as second language learners in online reading...
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Báo cáo hóa học: " Dialogic meaning construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second-language reading" pdf

Báo cáo hóa học:
... construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second -language reading Multilingual Education 2011 1:2 Submit your manuscript to a journal and benefit from: ... natural inclination to understand and make meaning out of their lives and experiences” (p 762), and reading (meaning making) occurs in dialogic ways (Bakhtin 1986) Reading is the purposeful construction ... policy and practices in meaning- making opportunities Reading Research Quarterly 45(3): 292–317 Park, H-R, and D Kim 2011 Reading- strategy use by English as second language learners in online reading...
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Báo cáo toán học: " Dialogic meaning construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second-language reading" pdf

Báo cáo toán học:
... construction and emergent reading domains among four young English language learners in second -language reading Multilingual Education 2011 1:2 Submit your manuscript to a journal and benefit from: ... natural inclination to understand and make meaning out of their lives and experiences” (p 762), and reading (meaning making) occurs in dialogic ways (Bakhtin 1986) Reading is the purposeful construction ... policy and practices in meaning- making opportunities Reading Research Quarterly 45(3): 292–317 Park, H-R, and D Kim 2011 Reading- strategy use by English as second language learners in online reading...
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Motivation as a Contributing Factor in Second Language Acquisition

Motivation as a Contributing Factor in Second Language Acquisition
... successful acquisition of a second language At the same time it is necessary to view motivation as one of a number of variables in an intricate model of interrelated individual and situational factors ... the individual difference variables alters For example, in a formal setting intelligence and aptitude play a dominant role in learning, while exerting a weaker influence in an informal setting ... of the amount of time spent studying the language and then output, expressed as linguistic performance when investigating language learning In order to examine language learning in the Japanese...
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Second language learning

Second language learning
... of motivation in second language learning ……….9 Types of motivation in second language learning ……………… 10 Literature in language teaching…………………………………… 12 Literature in teaching language skills……………………………….15 ... importance of motivation in second language learning, (3) Types of motivation in second language learning, (4) Literature in language teaching, (5) Literature in teaching language skills , (6) Folktales ... importance of motivation in second language learning Language learning is remarkably different from other kinds of learning because of its social nature Learning a foreign language means living in...
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Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: Exploiting Social Information in Grounded Language Learning via Grammatical Reductions"" docx

Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: Exploiting Social Information in Grounded Language Learning via Grammatical Reductions
... take social cues into account Reducing grounded learning with social cues to grammatical inference This section explains how we reduce ground learning problems with social cues to grammatical inference ... of grammatical inference algorithms to grounded learning problems An advantage of reducing grounded learning to grammatical inference is that it suggests new ways to generalise grounded learning ... that social cues are a crucial information source for grounded language learning We also showed that the importance of the different social cues in grounded language learning can be evaluated using...
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Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: "The Use of Ooject-Special Knowledge in Natural Language Processing" doc

Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học:
... of active tokens (a part of snort term memory) for any containers that might b e expected to contain the substance moved, in this case wine This is done by applying two tests to the objects In ... only when the objects in the text are described in a manner that indicates they are being used functionally In addition, no more than one or two levels of forward o r backward Inferences are made ... description of this particular bottle as a SOURCE of wine Is equivalent, in Object Primitive terms, to sayin~ that the bottle is a wine bottle When the analyzer builds the state description of the...
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Tài liệu Spanish-English Writing Structure Interferences in Second Language Learners pptx

Tài liệu Spanish-English Writing Structure Interferences in Second Language Learners pptx
... when writing in the second language? What literal translations from L1 to L2 students make when they write in the second language? How grammar lessons affect students’ writing in L2? How Spanish-English ... again, changing some structures and also writing missing things such as subject pronouns 24 students out of 24 highlighted that the use of their first language, Spanish, hindered their writing in ... purposes First, to find examples that give an idea of what the influence in English writing is Second, to prove that grammar classes are essential when learning a second language Finally, to demonstrate...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Diagnostic Processing of Japanese for Computer-Assisted Second Language Learning" doc

Báo cáo khoa học:
... node(marked ∗) of the former, respectively, with the separated nodes of the latter, all with a same syntactic category Fig.1 shows Elementary Trees of LTAG we defined for Japanese Figure 2: Examples of Substitution ... ”(M.Nagao, 1996) Each node is expressed by a predicate formalism, in general, as following, LTAG of Japanese 2.1 The Characteristic of Japanese Japanese phrases are classified in the first place into ... that mountain Japanese : (boku wa ano yama ni nobo-tta.) usage English : (e.g.) As for me, I’ll have a dish of eel Japanese : (boku wa unagi da.) Figure 6: Example of the Usage of “wa” In distinguishing...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "USE OF HERRISTIC KNOWLEDGE IN CHINNESE LANGUAGE ANALYSIS" ppt

Báo cáo khoa học:
... of possibilities, only remained a) Kind of fragment Some kinds of fragments, for example, compound verbs involving "~", occur more often than others and are accordingly given higher priority ... depends on the kind of fragment Accordingly, a longer fragment gets higher priority in some cases, lower priority in other cases [i] Yiming Yang: A Study of a System for Analyzing Chinese Sentence, ... conflict The result of preprocessing was correct at first choice ( no back-tracking ) in 94% of sentences Allowing one back-tracking yeilded 98%, two backtrackings gave 100% correctness In this limited...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "A Corpus of Textual Revisions in Second Language Writing" pdf

Báo cáo khoa học:
... Writing: An Empirical Study of Secondary School Teachers in Five Countries International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 45(1): 6994 Sylviane Granger 2004 Computer Learner Corpus ... Regarding form, some argue that direct feedback (providing corrections) are more effective in improving the quality of writing than indirect feedback (pointing out an error but not providing corrections) ... 2011 Mining Revision Log of Language Learning SNS for Automated Japanese Error Correction of Second Language Learners Proc IJCNLP Ryo Nagata, Edward Whittaker, and Vera Sheinman 2011 Creating a...
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MEASURES OF LINGUISTIC ACCURACY IN SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING RESEARCH pdf

MEASURES OF LINGUISTIC ACCURACY IN SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING RESEARCH pdf
... production in English as a second language Language Learning, 37, 469-481 134 Language Learning Vol 47, No Appendix A Holistic Measures of Linguistic Accuracy Hamp-Lyons & Henning (1991) Linguistic accuracy ... (continued) Studies Using Measures of Linguistic Accuracy Study Independent Accuracy variable measure L1 ratio of total English number of errors in structures studied in class to total number of ... other researchers have suggested it be measured The journals were Applied Linguistics, Journal of Second Language Writing, Language Learning, Modern Language Journal, Studies in Second Language...
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES AND ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF 4TH YEAR STUDENTS AT FELTE,ULIS, VNU

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES AND ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF 4TH YEAR STUDENTS AT FELTE,ULIS, VNU
... mutual set of language learning strategies among these students and whether there appears a relationship between their language learning strategy and their English proficiency level Regarding the background ... RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 4.1 Frequency of language learning strategy use 36 4.2 The correlation between students language learning strategies and their English proficiency 46 4.3 Key strategies and ... investigate the frequency of language learning strategies used by fourth -year students at FELTE, ULIS, VNU and then figure out whether there is a particular set of language learning strategies...
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