Malaysian students’ perceptions of writing strategy in French language learning: A quantitative approach

Abdul Halim, Hazlina and Abd Rahim, Normaliza and Abdul Jabar, Mohd Azidan and Abdul Aziz, Adi Yasran (2009) Malaysian students’ perceptions of writing strategy in French language learning: A quantitative approach. The International Journal of the Humanities, 7 (7). pp. 85-96. ISSN 1447-9508

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Abstract

This exploratory study aims to analyse Malaysian students’ perceptions of the types of strategy used in learning French as a foreign language with regard to writing skills. The study utilized quantitative method of data collection, by applying Dörnyei’s (1995) communication strategies taxonomy to the writing strategies. A total of 50 subjects participated in this study after their 100 hours of learning French. The task consisted of the administration of the writing task by the subjects. The instrument used in the study is a 2 part questionnaire consisting of 19 items.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Quantitative, writing strategy, foreign language
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Modern Language and Communication
Publisher:The International Journal of the Humanities
ID Code:5952
Deposited By: Fazlin Hj. Shamsudin
Deposited On:06 May 2010 09:29
Last Modified:22 Jul 2010 10:33

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