Language learning strategies and English language proficiency: an investigation of Japanese EFL university students

Norman Fewell
This paper is a study of language learning strategy (LLS) utilization by Japanese college EFL students. A comparison of differences in LLS utilization and English language proficiency levels revealed that the selection of LLS chosen may have been a critical source in determining language learning success or failure.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12923483.v1 fatcat:pd6svtjsnvhdfedaobh2zwyvq4