Application of Learning Strategies to Culture-Based Language Instruction

Lihui CHEN, Yanmin ZHANG

Abstract


Learning strategy is one of the most important factors that determine the learning result. So, teaching learners to grasp certain kinds of strategies is a key factor which can promote the learning efficiency. This thesis discusses the learning strategies in the theoretical and pedagogical aspects, illustrates the significance of culture-based language instruction in second language teaching, and elaborates three ways to help students use appropriate strategies in their culture-based language learning.


Keywords


Learning strategies; Culture-based language teaching; Instructed strategy training

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