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This November the UCF John C. Hitt Library will be hosting our second annual series National Novel Writing Month activities. What is National Novel Writing Month you ask? National Novel Writing Month, known as NaNoWriMo for short, is a month long writing challenge that began in 1999 and is run by . The goal is […]
Go, Lucas, and Miraflores (94) conducted a study to determine the causes of anxiety in English language learning of foreign students in the Philippines. Findings suggest that these type of learners used vocabulary strategy to efficiently learn the English language and to cope with their English class anxiety. Two hundred fifty foreign students were the respondents of this study. The target participants were foreign college students taking any course in these institutions provided that they are enrolled in any English course during the time of the administration of the questionnaires. It has been found that the employment of this strategy enables the learners to take charge of their own learning as this serves as their basic aid to learn other macro skills in the target language.
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