Language learning strategies around the world: Cross-cultural perspectives

    Oxford, Rebecca L. (Ed.)

    Oxford, R. L. (1996). Language learning strategies around the world: Cross-cultural perspectives. Honolulu, HI: Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.

    Language learning strategies are the specific steps students take to improve their progress in learning a second or foreign language. Optimizing learning strategies improves language performance. This book presents new information about cultural influences on the use of language learning strategies. It also shows innovative ways to assess students’ strategy use and useful techniques for helping students improve their choice of strategies, with the goal of peak language learning.
    Download the table of contents and preface of this publication as a pdf file [108k].

    NFLRC Monographs is a refereed series sponsored by the National Foreign Language Resource Center at the University of Hawai‘i under the supervision of the series editor, Richard Schmidt. NFLRC Monographs present the findings of recent work in applied linguistics that is of relevance to language teaching and learning, with a focus on the less commonly-taught languages of Asia and the Pacific. Prior to 2006, these monographs were published as “SLTCC Technical Reports.”