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Issues and Answers in Foreign Language Learning: Are Students and Teachers Saying the Same Thing?
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Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies Volume 20, Number 1, ISSN 0891-2521

Abstract

A survey exploring important aspects of language learning as perceived by university students (N=1,135) enrolled in required foreign language courses revealed that, while students most highly valued oral proficiency, teachers appeared to value testing and evaluation practices most highly. (CB)

Citation

Lindenau, S. (1987). Issues and Answers in Foreign Language Learning: Are Students and Teachers Saying the Same Thing?. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, 20(1), 57-61. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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