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Tertiary Students' Usage of Vocabulary Learning Strategies: A case study
Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal (E-BPJ)
Instructors often lament on students' limited critical reading skills due to "vocabulary deficit." Therefore, this study investigated the vocabulary size and vocabulary learning strategies of 120 ESL respondents in a tertiary institution in Malaysia. Data were collected using a vocabulary test, a questionnaire, and semi-structured interviews. The findings revealed that the most favoured strategies were "determination strategies" which reflected respondents' usage of shallow thinking while leastdoi:10.21834/ebpj.v5isi1.2318 fatcat:bky7ty6p2fdhpoj44gk4jmgx4a