Situated Language Learning Practices in an EFL Reading Class: Case Studies of Six College Students

@inproceedings{Sitthitikul2006SituatedLL,
  title={Situated Language Learning Practices in an EFL Reading Class: Case Studies of Six College Students},
  author={Pragasit Sitthitikul},
  year={2006}
}
This microethnographic study explored the second language acquisition and the use of reading strategies of six EFL college students in Thailand through the lenses of sociocultural and cognitive frameworks. With the overarching purpose to promote successful learning, the investigation examined and documented how the students’ language learning development had been shaped and influenced by social practices and the effects of formal schooling since they started learning English in an EFL discourse… CONTINUE READING

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