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An Empirical Research on English Learning Strategies of Li Nationality College Students

  • Dan RenEmail author
  • Wei Wang
  • Yuan Yao
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)

Abstract

English learning strategy is one of the decisive factors for learners’ English achievements. In order to know Li nationality college students’ present condition of using English learning strategies, a questionnaire survey has been conducted from three perspectives including metacognitive strategy, cognitive strategy, affective/social strategy. On the basis of an empirical research upon the results through SPSS, it has come to the conclusion: the level of affective/social strategy of Li nationality college students is a little bit higher than that of their cognitive strategy and metacognitive strategy; cognitive strategy has a significant positive influence on both affective/social strategy and metacognitive strategy, and affective/social strategy has a significant positive influence on metacognitive strategy. Meanwhile, affective/social strategy plays as a partial intermediation between cognitive strategy and metacognitive strategy.

Keywords

English learning strategy Li nationality college students Empirical research 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sanya Aviation and Tourism CollegeSanyaChina

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