Reid, J. M. (). Learning styles in the ESL/EFL classroom. Florence, KY Heinle TITLE: The Effect of Students’ Learning Styles to Their Academic Success. Learning Styles in the ESL/EFL Classroom has 3 ratings and 1 review. This comprehensive volume explores the widespread issues involved in the study of in. of ESL Students. JOY M. REID extensions of ESL student learning styles may occur with changes prescriptive process in the foreign language classroom.
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The popula- tion of this study is comprised of the students of Education Faculty in 19 May University and the sample includes Comments and reviews What are comments? Surekha marked it as to-read Apr 30, This comprehensive volume explores the widespread issues involved in the study of individual learner differences in a variety of settings. Open learninf the public Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want leaning read.
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Van Anh marked it as to-read Sep 29, The University of Melbourne Library. The study has found statistically significant differences between the results of the first and final applications of the subtests on learning styles and academic success; those subtests covered the items as learning, planned study, effective reading, listening, writing, note taking, using the library, getting pre- pared for and taking exams, class participation and motivation.
The significant relationship between the scores of post-test and the student success revealed that they learned how to study effectively.
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