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Learning and Teaching English in India
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Learning and Teaching English in India



February 2006 | 224 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Learning and Teaching English in India is an empirical study on the factors influencing English language learning and teaching in India. These influencing factors include: language learning beliefs; learning styles and strategies; anxiety; and attitudes and motivation. The author explores several aspects of English language learning and teaching in the multilingual Indian context and examines whether and to what extent the variables which have been shown to influence second language learning in monolingual countries also apply to the Indian situation.
 
Learning and Teaching English in India
An Insider's Outside-In Perspective  
 
Indian Students' Theories of Learning English as a Second Language
 
Indian College Teachers' Beliefs about English Language Learning
 
Mastering English on Their Own
The Learning Strategies of Indian Students  
 
A Comparative Study of the Learning Strategies of Indian and Non-Indian Students
 
Coping with Academic Materials in English
Reading Strategies of Indian College Students  
 
English Language Learning Style Preferences of Indian College Students
 
Attitudinal and Motivational Aspects of English Language Learning among Indian Students
 
Anxiety about English Language Learning among Indian High School Students
 
Indian College Teachers' Perceptions of the Relative Gravity of Grammatical Errors in Written English

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ISBN: 9780761934653
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