Helping Learners Learn: Exploring Strategy Instruction in Language Classrooms Across Europe, Volume 483
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2001 - Political Science - 191 pages
This book provides a practical and theoretical guide to incorporating language learning strategies in second language learning and teaching. It presents the views of learners as well as the practical experiences of teachers involved, and considers how to deal with problems in strategy training. The importance of metacognition is emphasised throughout. The book is the result of a project by an international group of teachers supported by the European Centre for Modern Languages.
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