Achieving Success in Second Language Acquisition
Cambridge University Press, Jun 2, 2005 - Foreign Language Study - 265 pages
This clear and informative textbook is designed to help the student achieve optimal success as a language learner and user. Aimed at beginning to intermediate undergraduates and above, it teaches students to understand their own preferences in learning, to develop individual learning plans and approaches, and to select appropriate learning strategies. Each chapter contains an overview and review section, with learning activities that students can carry out either by themselves or in groups. Equally suitable for both individual and classroom use, this book will be invaluable for all language learners.
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