Learning Style Preferences Prove Irrelevant In L2 Vocabulary Acquisition

Daniel Tight at the University of Minnesota has announced the completion of his dissertation, "The Role of Perceptual Learning Style Preferences and Instructional Method in the Acquisition of L2 Spanish Vocabulary," on Linguist List. The abstract details a study which measured the effectiveness of preferred learning styles (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) in 128 intermediate-level L2 college... Continue Reading →

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