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Implications of your learning style for language learning

 

Introduction
 

Your learning style is an important factor in how well you learn a second language. This is especially true when you are working in an unstructured situation and must plan and manage your own language learning activities.

 

Choosing activities that match your learning style preferences will help you

 
  • feel good about the language learning process
  • make faster progress, and
  • stay motivated.
Prerequisites
 

Here is a prerequisite for taking advantage of your learning style for language learning:

 
In this module group
  Here are the modules on taking advantage of your learning style for language learning:
 
See also
 

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