Individual Learner Differences in SLA
Multilingual Matters, Sep 2, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 344 pages
Individual Learner Differences in SLA addresses the apparently insoluble conflict between the unquestionably individual character of the process of second language acquisition / foreign language learning and the institutionalised, often inflexible character of formal instruction in which it takes place. How, then, is success in SLA so prevalent?
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Part 2 Supporting Learner Autonomy
Part 3 Learners Abilities in Strategy Application
Part 4 Experienced Learners
Part 5 Individual Character of Phonological Attainment
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