Perceptions of Pre-service Teachers on Impact of Language Learning Strategies

Authors

  • Purna Bahadur Kadel Department of English Education, University Campus, Tribhuvan University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/mef.v12i01.45923

Keywords:

self-regulated learners, pre-service teachers, language learning strategies, academic achievement, narrative inquiry

Abstract

This study attempts to identify pre-service teachers' perceptions on the impact of language learning strategies to achieve their academic performances and to findout the importance of language learning strategies to be self-regulated learners. This is a narrative inquiry research design in which an in-depth interview was used as a tool to collect data. Six pre-service teachers who have been studying in Master of Education English fourth semester were selected using a purposive, non-random sampling procedure. The findings of this study show that language learning strategies help second language learners be self-regulated learners; they help them learn quickly, fast, and effectively and help them encounter complicated tasks. Furthermore, language learning strategies help them to develop their self-assessment skills and enhance cooperation and collaborative learning.

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Published

2022-06-27

How to Cite

Kadel, P. B. (2022). Perceptions of Pre-service Teachers on Impact of Language Learning Strategies. Molung Educational Frontier, 12(01), 173–189. https://doi.org/10.3126/mef.v12i01.45923

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