Distance Learning Strategy Choices on English Under the Learning Belief Theory

Hongxia CEN


Distance English learning has the complexity of the learning object ,learning method and learning content.Domestic research on distance English learning lacks of comprehensive in-depth survey. This paper through domestic research about the special student group ignored, from the empirical perspective, the characteristics of distance English phenomenon and the influence mechanism of in-depth study,combines with foreign related research, to explore distance English learning beliefs, the relationship between learning strategy and learning effect, improve distance English learning, enrich and expand the Open University under the background of adult students diversified group planning in our country.


Learning belief theory; Distance English learning; Learning strategies

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


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