Vocabulary is essential for any language. Yet, the outcomes of
second language vocabulary learning are far from satisfactory for
most learners. This is especially true with learners of English in
mainland China. In this input-poor context, vocabulary has been
baffling millions of people learning English. The importance of
vocabulary learning strategies is known to teachers and students,
who also instinctively know the use of vocabulary learning
strategies is influenced by vocabulary learning beliefs, including
the under-researched motivational beliefs. With a highly
homogeneous sample whose size is considerable, this book reports
the first comprehensive study in mainland China on vocabulary
learning strategies and beliefs that addresses motivational
vocabulary learning beliefs. The goal of research into beliefs and
strategies is to facilitate teaching and learning. Though the book
focuses on the Chinese learners of English, much of what is found
should be relevant to teaching and learning in other parts of the
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
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