Learning German Vocabulary: An Investigation into Learners" Use of Vocabulary Learning Strategies

@inproceedings{Lin2009LearningGV,
  title={Learning German Vocabulary: An Investigation into Learners" Use of Vocabulary Learning Strategies},
  author={Ching-yi Lin},
  year={2009}
}
ions and meanings [...] provide still another.” Ormrod (ibid.) also points out two further characteristics of long-term memory: First, information stored in long-term memory rarely remains exactly as it was previously received: Rather than remember word-for-word sentences or precise mental images, people tend to remember the gist of what they see and hear, along with idiosyncratic interpretations and (often) minor or major distortions of reality. (ibid., p. 183) This reflects Bartlett‟s view… CONTINUE READING

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