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MAKING VOCABULARY MEMORIZATION STRATEGIES MORE EFFECTIVE AND ENJOYABLE FOR FIRST YEAR CHINESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

@article{Wang2017MAKINGVM,
  title={MAKING VOCABULARY MEMORIZATION STRATEGIES MORE EFFECTIVE AND ENJOYABLE FOR FIRST YEAR CHINESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS},
  author={Dongmei Wang and Peter Kelly},
  journal={The English teacher},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={15}
}
The paper reports an effort to assist a small volunteer group of Chinese university students to overcome the great difficulties encountered in learning vocabulary by introducing them to three techniques, each proven to promote successful vocabulary learner, as an alternative to the traditional rote memorisation to which they are accustomed. Eight female first-year English majors at Jingchu University of Technology, Jingmen, Hubei, volunteered. For a period of eight weeks, their teacher, the… Expand
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