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Title: Impact of Strategies -Based Instruction on Students' Verbal Communication
Authors: Yezza Brahim
Issue Date: 2-Dec-2014
Abstract: This study aimed at finding the influence of strategy training on students' verbal communication, the perceptual learning style preferences, and learning strategies they prefer to use. The participants were 23 Third year LMD English language learners, 6 males and 17 females. The instruments used in this survey were direct observation, Reid's Perceptual Learning Style Preference Questionnaire and Oxford's Inventory for Language Learning. The results obtained through observation showed that learners rely more on gestures to compensate for meaning. The learning style preference assessment revealed that the major styles of the students were kinesthetic, followed by group learning, tactile, auditory, visual, and individual learning, style in the classroom. Concerning language learning strategies preferences, the findings indicated that the students use meta-cognitive strategies most often, followed by compensation, cognitive, social, memory, and the least frequently employed were affective strategies.
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