A Study of Reading Strategy Use of Chinese College Students

Jing GU

Abstract


Successful second language learners are generally believed to be active strategy users, and a high level of language proficiency has been found to correlate with frequent and complex strategy use. Based on a questionnaire, this study explores the reading strategy use of Chinese non-English majors, finds out the strategies of high frequency use as well as low frequency use, and discusses their implications for classroom teaching.


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Learning strategies; Reading strategies; Metacognitive strategies; Cognitive strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10299

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