A Comparison of English Language Learners’ Learning Styles over the Years



Taşer, Duygu (null; 2019-11-11)
Learning styles may be defined as the way individuals prefer to process and remember information. Research in this area has shown that that there are three main types of learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic/tactile. Visual learners learn by studying charts, graphs, and pictures; auditory learners remember information by listening and speaking, and kinesthetic/tactile learners tend to retain information through hands- on learning such as building models or doing laboratory experiments (Abozeid,...
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Şen, Hülya; Daloğlu, Ayşegül; Department of English Language Teaching (2009)
This study aims to find out teachers’ and learners’ perception of language learning strategies (LLSs). Three psycho-social variables regarding the teachers’ use of strategy instruction at Başkent University were considered: 1. Level of awareness of language learning strategies 2. Beliefs in the effectiveness of language learning strategies 3. Ease of strategy instruction. These results were compared with the students’ reported use of LLSs to increase our awareness of students’ strategy use and needs so that...
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Tümkaya, Umman; Seferoğlu, Gölge; Department of English Language Teaching (2003)
This thesis aims to compare two teacher-written feedback procedures (total feedback via error codes vs. selective feedback via general comments) for the students' structural errors - grammar, vocabulary, mechanics- and to examine students' attitudes towards these feedback techniques. For this purpose, two groups consisting of 10 students in each at the Department of Basic English were given feedback with the above mentioned techniques for eight weeks and heir performance was tested in a writing exam at the ...
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A comparative study on the perceptions of EFL instructors and students regarding the characteristics of an effective EFL instructor
Çalışkan, Melike; Gündüz, Müge; Department of English Language Teaching (2022-10)
The purpose of this sequential explanatory mixed methods study is to investigate the differences between the perceptions of instructors and students about the characteristics of an effective EFL instructor and to find out how these characteristics have changed recently. Behaviors, beliefs, attitudes of the instructors, preferred teaching styles and the actions that they take have a vital role in encouraging the learning. Explanatory-sequential mixed method approach was utilized to collect data from the inst...
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A. T. Okçu, “A Comparison of English Language Learners’ Learning Styles over the Years,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/82711.