A Survey on Students’ Learning Styles and Strategies in a Rural Secondary School in Meradong District

Rose Dayang Anak Suran, Melor Md Yunus

Abstract


Language learning strategies are steps taken by learners to enhance their own learning. This study aims to assess preferred learning strategies among students of a rural secondary school in Meradong district. The respondents were purposively selected to respond to the Young Learners’ Language Strategy Use Survey which was developed by Andrew D. Cohen and Rebecca L. Oxford (2002). The data were collected and analysed descriptively. The study revealed writing strategies has the highest frequencies while vocabulary strategies is the least preferred strategy among the students. The findings and implication of this study may benefit ESL teachers and educators to enhance the effectiveness of English language teaching.

Keywords


learning styles, learning strategies, preference, rural secondary school

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