Learning to speak German: an investigation of the language learning strategies associated with the achievement of higher levels of oral proficiency in German among second year university students

Authors

  • Jennifer Bruen Dublin City University

Keywords:

German language teaching, university language teaching, language learning strategies, oral proficiency

Abstract

This paper presents a study designed to identify the language learning strategies associated with the achievement of higher levels of oral proficiency in German for one hundred Irish, third level students. The study also investigates the way in which learners achieving higher levels of proficiency use these strategies.

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Published

2020-10-08

How to Cite

Bruen, J. (2020). Learning to speak German: an investigation of the language learning strategies associated with the achievement of higher levels of oral proficiency in German among second year university students. TEANGA, the Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 20, 15-28. Retrieved from https://journal.iraal.ie/index.php/teanga/article/view/502