Eclecticism in Teaching English Vocabulary

@article{OvitigamaHS2020EclecticismIT,
  title={Eclecticism in Teaching English Vocabulary},
  author={M OvitigamaH.S. and M PremaratnaC.D.H.},
  journal={International journal of scientific and research publications},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={848-856}
}
Eclecticism is a multi-sensory language approach which involves different language learning methods rather than sticking into one approach. This research is based on teachers’ use of Eclecticism in teaching English vocabulary which is aimed at investigating how Eclecticism affects to develop English vocabulary of students who learn it as a second language. Learning vocabulary is a universal problem in second language learning. As a remedy Eclecticism was introduced to the field of language… 

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