Comparative Language Learning Beliefs: Why Aptitude Matters
作者: Laura V. Fielden BurnsMercedes Rico García
刊名: Studies in Linguistics and Literature, 2017, Vol.1 (2)
来源数据库: Scholink
DOI: 10.22158/sll.v1n2p129
原始语种摘要: Language Learning Beliefs (LLB) are an important area for foreign and second language learning research that has grown considerably over the last decade, and which spans multi-disciplinary fields across education, linguistics and psychology (Martínez Agudo, 2014). These beliefs have become more important as they affect motivation and perhaps even language learning strategies (Zare-ee, 2010), though more research must be done in the latter area (Martínez Agudo, 2014). One understudied branch of LLB is that of language aptitude. Beliefs concerning language aptitude are not new, given that they appeared as a staple area of Horwitz’s seminal research for the BALLI questionnaire (Beliefs About Language Learning Inventory) (1987). However, beliefs on language aptitude need to be revisited given...
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关键词翻译
  • aptitude 能力
  • language 语言
  • classroom 教室
  • learned 有学识的
  • linguistics 语言学
  • debate 争辩
  • disciplinary 规程
  • learning 学识
  • perhaps 也许
  • foreign 外国的