ERIC Number: ED276321
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Problems in "Measuring" L2-Learning Strategies.
The concept of second language (L2) learning strategies fits well into the theoretical framework of interlanguage. In interlanguage, learning is not defined exclusively with reference to the target language norm, and the use of native language transfer strategies, among other things, is seen as a natural step in the progression toward the target language. The concept of learning strategy, as distinct from learning processes that are automatic operations, is compatible with the idea of the uniqueness and dynamic character of interlanguage systems. A study of the degree of learner awareness of learning processes in L2 learning points to variability in learner use of strategies according to elicitation technique. (MSE)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: In: Psycholinguistics and Foreign Language Learning. Papers from a conference (Stockholm, Sweden and Abo, Finland, October 25-26, 1982); see FL 016 291.