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A Brief History of Language Learning Strategies (Including Classifications)
Transcript of A Brief History of Language Learning Strategies (Including Classifications)
Mohamed Amin Embi
Cohen et al.
Lets start at the beginning (almost)...
A Brief History of
Rubin, J. (1975). What the ‘good language learner’ can teach us. TESOL Quarterly 9, 41−51.
Rubin described the typical good language learner as extroverted and uninhibited about mistakes.
Selinker, L. (1972). Interlanguage.
International Review of Applied Linguistics 10.2, 209−231
distinguished between language learning strategies and language use strategies, influencing COHEN (1998).