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Improving Japanese EFL Learners' Writing Performance Through Self-Regulated Strategy Development

  title={Improving Japanese EFL Learners' Writing Performance Through Self-Regulated Strategy Development},
  author={Joan Gilbert},
This study examines the use and effectiveness of self-regulated strategy development (SRSD), a writing instructional model, in helping Japanese learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) at the university level develop skills and strategies that will improve their writing skills and performance. A pretest and posttest rated by two raters, with SRSD instruction over a 5-week period in between for the experimental group, suggested that the participants who received the treatment could… 

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