Memory vocabulary learning strategies and long-term retention

@inproceedings{Nemati2010MemoryVL,
  title={Memory vocabulary learning strategies and long-term retention},
  author={Azadeh Nemati},
  year={2010}
}
The present study was an attempt to compare the impacts of teaching through memory strategies on experimental group comparison to control group, where students were taught the meaning of new vocabulary items through giving synonyms and mini-contexts. The results are reflected in the students' short-term and long-term retention. The participants of the study comprised 310 Indian pre-university females. The results indicated that the students of experimental group outperformed both in short-term… CONTINUE READING

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