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PROFICIENCY LEVEL AND LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES AMONG JORDANIAN STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA

Eshraq Mahmoud Mustafa Jaradat; Haryati Bakrin;
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  • Published: 02 Feb 2017 Journal: Proceedings of the ICECRS, volume 1 (eissn: 2548-6160, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Muhammadiyah University Sidoarjo
Abstract
<jats:p>This study examines the relationship between proficiency level and language learning strategies (LLSs) among Jordanian students enrolled at Universiti Utara Malaysia. The frequency level of the LLSs employed by the students was also investigated. The theoretical foundation for the study was provided by three comprehensive theories which are the Behaviorism, the Cognitive Psychology, and the Schema Theory. The data for the LLSs was obtained from using Oxford’s (1990) Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL) that classifies six different strategies: 1) Memory Strategy (MS), (2) Cognitive Strategy (COG), (3) Compensation Strategy (COMPS), (4) Metacog...
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free text keywords: Proficiency Level; Language Learning Strategies; Jordanian Students, Psychology, Language learning strategies, Mathematics education, Cognitive strategy, Likert scale, Language acquisition, Language assessment, Language proficiency, English Language Proficiency Test, Metacognition
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