Browsing by Subject "Instructional strategies preferences"
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A comparative study of students' attitudes toward learning english as a foreign language according to their instructional strategies preferences at Gateway Learning Center, Hpa-an Township, Karen State, Myanmar (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
The purpose of this study was to investigate if there was a significant difference between students’ attitudes toward learning EFL according to their preferences for instructional strategies at Gateway Learning Center, Hpa-an Township, Karen State, Myanmar. This research was a quantitative comparative design utilizing two questionnaires: Attitudes Toward Learning English as a Foreign Language Questionnaire (ATLEFLQ) and Instructional Strategies Preferences Questionnaire (ISPQ) to collect data. The data were collected from 203 students ...
A comparative study of students' motivation for learning English as a foreign language and their preferences for instructional strategies in Grades 9-12 at Pan-Asia international school, Bangkok, Thailand (Assumption University Press, 2018)
This study focused on Grades 9-12 at Pan-Asia International School in the academic year 2016. The main purposes of this study were: 1) to determine the level of students’ motivation for learning English as a foreign language (EFL); 2) to determine the students’ preferences among five instructional strategies for teaching EFL; 3) to compare the students’ motivation for learning social studies according to their preferences for instructional strategies. The study was designed as a quantitative and comparative study using two questionnaires: a ...