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Title and URL some of current articles about Language Learning Strategies (LLSs) and Vocabulary Learning Strategies (VLSs) ******************************************* Postal address: Seyed Hossein Fazeli, Dept. of Linguistics, KIKS, University of Mysore, Mansagangothri, Mysore-570006, Karnataka, India.

******************************************************** Part A. Alphabetically *Abdel Latif, M. The Teachability of Second/Foreign Language Learning Strategies. *Alcón, E. Incidental Focus on Form, Noticing and Vocabulary Learning in the EFL Classroom. * Almela, M. Words as “Lexical Units” in Learning/Teaching Vocabulary * Altan, M.Z. Beliefs about language learning of foreign language-major university students. *Bull, S. Individualised Recommendations for Learning Strategy Use. 1

*Chiya, S., The Importance of Learning Styles and Learning Strategies in EFL Teaching in Japan. *Cohen, A.D. second language learning and use strategies: clarifying the issues. *Felder, R.M. & Henriques, E.R. Learning and Teaching Styles in Foreign and Second Language Education. * Gallo-Crail, R. & Zerwekh, R. language learning and the internet: student strategies in vocabulary acquisition. * Ghadessy, M. Language learning strategies of some university students in Hong Kong. *Griffiths, C. Language Learning Strategies: Theory and Research. *Griffiths, C. Using Reading as a Strategy for Teaching and Learning Language. *Hakk覺 Erten, I. & Williams, M. A Comparative Look into How to Measure the Effectiveness of Vocabulary Learning Strategies: Through Using Percentages or Correlation Coefficients * Hamzah, M.S.G., Kafipour, R. & Abdullah, S.K. Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Iranian Undergraduate EFL Students and its Relation to their Vocabulary Size *Harmon, J.M. & Wood, K.D. Vocabulary Teaching and Learning Across Disciplines. 2

*Hasbún, L.H. The effect explicitly vocabulary teaching on vocabulary acquisition and attitude towards reading *Imtiaz, S. Metacognitive Strategies of Reading among ESL Learners. *Johnson, C. & Johnson, D. Why Teach Vocabulary? * Kim, T.L.S. & Wai, M.C. Language development strategies for the teaching of science in English. *. Kudo, Y. L2 Vocabulary Learning Strategies *Kumamoto-healey, J. Vocabulary Learning by Japanese Beginners— Their Learning Styles and strategies * Kusumarasdyati, Vocabulary Strategies in Reading: Verbal Reports of Good Comprehenders. *Lawson, M.J. & Hogben, D. The Vocabulary-Learning Strategies of Foreign-Language Students *Lip, P.C.H. Investigating the Most Frequently Used and Most Useful Vocabulary Language Learning Strategies among Chinese EFL Postsecondary Students in Hong Kong. *Liyanage, I., Birch, G. & Grimbeek, P. Religion, Ethnicity and Language Learning Strategies. 3 *Llinares, G., Leiva, B., Cartaya, N. &St. Louis, R. Acquisition Of L2 Vocabulary For Effective Reading: Testing Teachers’ Classroom Practice *. Martinez, I.M.P. The importance of language learning strategies in foreign language teaching. *Marttinen, M. Vocabulary learning strategies used by upper secondary school students studying English as a second language. *McCarten, J. Teaching Vocabulary Lessons from the Corpus Lessons for the Classroom. *Mehring, J.G. Developing Vocabulary in Second Language Acquisition: From Theories to the Classroom. *Mohseni-Far, M. In search of the best technique for vocabulary acquisition. *Mohseni – Far, M. Techniques and Strategies Utilized for Vocabulary Acquisition: The necessity to design a multifaceted framework with an instructionally wise equilibrium * Mora, S. & Carlos, S. Teaching Vocabulary To Advanced Students: A Lexical Approach. ed_.htm 4

*Moss, D. Second Language Acquisition in Adults: From Research to Practice. *Nassaji, H. The Relationship between Depth of Vocabulary Knowledge and L2 Learners' Lexical Inferencing Strategy Use and Success. *Nation, P. Strategies for receptive vocabulary learning. *Nation, P. Teaching Vocabulary. *Nemati, A. Memory vocabulary learning strategies and long-term retention. *Nemati, A. Use and Rankings of Vocabulary Learning Strategies by Indian EFL Learners. * Noor, N.M. & Amir, Z. Exploring the Vocabulary Learning Strategies of EFL learners. *Öztürk, M. Vocabulary teaching. *Pigada, M. & Schmitt, N. Vocabulary acquisition from extensive reading: A case study. * Prichard, C. Evaluating L2 readers’ vocabulary strategies and dictionary use. *Pikulski, J.J. & Templeton, S. Teaching and Developing Vocabulary: Key to Long-Term Reading Success. 5 *Pujol, I.M. The influence of age on vocabulary acquisition in English as a foreign language. *Rِllinghoff, A. implementing word learning strategies into an interactive learning environment. *Sánchez, A. & Manchón, R.M. Research on second language vocabulary acquisition and learning: an introduction. *Sariçoban, A. & Saricaoğlu, A. The effect of the relationship between learning and teaching strategies on academic achievement. *Srichamnong, N. Incidental EFL Vocabulary Learning: The Effects of Interactive Multiple-Choice Glosses *Suárez Suberviola, E. & Varela Me'ndez, R. Vocabulary acquisition strategies. *Subekti, N.B. & Lawson, M.J. Vocabulary acquisition strategies of Indonesian postgraduate students through reading. *Swingle, M.K. Vocabulary learning: a study of student and activity elicited learning processes & strategies used in an adult ESL classroom. *Tosuncuoglu, I. Teaching vocabulary for active use. 6

*Tschirner, E. Breadth of Vocabulary and Advanced English Study: An Empirical Investigation. *Warren, P.J. Teaching English as second language learning strategies of successful ESL learners.

Part B. Alphabetically

*Bul,l S. and Ma, Y., Raising Learner Awareness of Language Learning Strategies in Situations of Limited Resources. *Gamage, G.H. Issues in Strategy Classifications in Language Learning: A Framework for Kanji Learning Strategy Research. *Griffiths, C. Language learning strategy use and proficiency: The relationship between patterns of reported language learning strategy (LLS) use by speakers of other languages (SOL) and proficiency with implications for the teaching/learning situation.

* kosti]-bobanovi], M. Language learning strategies in different English as a foreign language education levels. *Kütük,R. The effect of mnemonic vocabulary learning strategy and storytelling on young learners’ vocabulary learning and retention. *Lachini,K. Vocabulary learning strategies and L2 proficiency. 7 *Lan, R.L. Language learning strategies profiles of EFL elementary school students in Taiwan. *Leppänen, J. and Määttä, L. Vocabulary learning strategies: A study on Finnish first-year high school students’ independent vocabulary learning. %C3%A4.pdf?sequence=1 *Lessard-clouston, M. Strategies and Success in Technical Vocabulary Learning: Students’ Approaches in One Academic Context. *Liao, P. EFL Learners’ Beliefs about and Strategy Use of Translation in English Learning. *Maeda,J. and Naoum , E.Vocabulary Development Using a Questionnaire. *Martínez, I.M.P. A Study of the Learning Strategies Used by Secondary School and University Students of English in Spain. *Mingyuan, M. Language Learning Strategies and English Language Proficiency: An Investigation of Chinese ESL Students at NUS. *Oanh, D.T.H. and Hien, N.T. Memorization and EFL Students' Strategies at University Level in Vietnam.


* Ĺžener,S. The Relationship Between Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Vocabulary Size of Turkish EFL Students. *Song, X. Language learner strategy use and English proficiency on the Michigan English language assessment batter . %20Fellowship/pdfs/spaan_working_papers_v3_song.pdf. *Zimmerman, K.J. the role of vocabulary size in assessing second language proficiency.


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