Browsing by Subject "Language learning strategies"
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A study of language learning strategies used by students learning Korean as a foreign language at Wat Makutkasat Secondary School of Thailand (Assumption University, 2013)
Language learning strategies are considered as an important factor for influencing and determining the success of language learning. In order to implement differentiated instruction to meet the diverse need of the learners it is vital to identify individual differences of students learning strategies. In this study, the use of language learning strategies was investigated among Thai student studying Korean as a Foreign Language at Mattayom Wat Makutkasat Secondary School. One hundred and seventy-nine students participated in this ...
The relationship of self-efficacy for Chinese as a foreign language oral skills and the use of indirect language learning strategies for learning Chinese as a foreign language with oral skills achievement of Grade 6 students in Chinese as a foreign language class at Satit Prasarnmit Elementary School in Bangkok, Thailand (2021)
This study aimed to determine the level of self-efficacy for learning Chinese as a foreign language oral skill, the use of indirect language learning strategies for learning Chinese as a foreign language oral skills and Chinese oral skills achievement of Grade 6 students at Satit Prasarnmit Elementary School, and their relationships with each other. Two questionnaires and two sets of listening and speaking tests were used to collect data; one questionnaire was used to determine students’ self-efficacy level and the other was used to determine the ...
A study of level of learner autonomy in English language learning perceived by students and teachers at Myanmar Migrant High Schools (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
A study of the relationship between use of bilingual strategies and academic performance of Assumption University's learners of French (Assumption University Press, 2017)
This study examines the relationship between students’ use of bilingual strategies and their academic performance in the Department of Business French of Assumption University (AU). A quantitative approach was adopted. The study includes a sample of 63 students learning French in AU. A questionnaire was elaborated to collect data about the frequency of use of bilingual strategies and the academic performance of students. Descriptive and correlational statistics, including a Pearson Product Moment computation of correlation, were used to interpret ...