Browsing Scholar: Vol. 10, No. 2 (2018) by Subject "Students’ perceptual learning style preferences"
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A correlational-comparative study of students' perceptual learning style preferences in learning English as a foreign language and their academic achievement in the cetana academic program for English at Myanmar institute of theology (Assumption University Press, 2018)
This study was conducted mainly to investigate the perceptual learning styles of the students in the Cetana Academic Program for English (CAPE) at the Myanmar Institute of Theology which is in Insein Township, Yangon, Myanmar. This study was carried out to determine the preferred learning styles of the students and compare and correlate those learning styles with the students’ learning achievement. The research was conducted from December 8 to 9, 2016 at CAPE. In this study, Reid’s Perceptual Learning Styles Questionnaire was used as the primary ...