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Analysis of language learning strategies (LLSs) in virtual worlds
In LLSs, as in LSs, people understand the intrinsic value of acquiring reading skills; however, inspiring a mass of people with poor decoding skills to acquire the motivation, intrinsic or extrinsic, to persist with print engagement, especially, perhaps, after long experience with repeated failure, could be challenging.
In the recent literature on LLSs, studies have been conducted on numerous populations.
Oxford (1990) further indicated that appropriate language learning strategies (LLSs) result in improved proficiency and greater self-confidence.
After we determined that the subjects met eligibility criteria, we asked subjects to complete a demographic and medical survey and our main outcome measure, a series of three LLSs on symptoms of AMS.
"This improvement in large part reflects the cumulative benefits being realized from our Lydall Lean Six Sigma (LLSS) program," commented David Freeman, president and CEO.
This article reports the results of an investigation into Iranian EFL learners' perceived use of language learning strategies (LLSs) overall, the six strategy categories (memory, cognitive, compensation, metacognitive, affective, and social) as well as the 50 individual strategies appearing in Oxford's (1990) Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL).
The MOLLS is a Likert-type scale, that has 20 items in 5 broad categories in the motivation orientation scale (MOS) and 18 items in 3 broad categories in the language learning strategies scale (LLSS).
The underlying factor structure of the Language Learning Strategy Scale (LLSS) (Y.
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