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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55714
Doc. No:TL25668
Call number:‭3216561‬
Main Entry:Ling Xiao
Title & Author:How goal orientations, perceived competence, and strategy training affect college students' use of self -regulated learning strategies and achievement in learning foreign languagesLing Xiao
College:The Florida State University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:89
Abstract:The purpose of this study was to examine how goal orientations, perceived competence, and strategy training affect college students' use of self-regulated learning strategies and achievement in learning foreign languages. One hundred seventeen undergraduates participated in the study. The students came from 8 introductory Arabic, Chinese, German, and Japanese classes, with 2 classes from each language. Students were categorized as either having task-involved goal orientation or ego-involved goal orientation. A median split method was used to categorize students into either with high perceived competence or with low perceived competence. One of the two classes of the same foreign language was randomly selected to receive self-regulated language learning strategy training. Students' use of self-regulated learning strategies was measured by a strategy inventory for foreign language learning. Students' achievement was measured by course-related tests. The results showed that students with task-involved goal orientation scored significantly higher than students with ego-involved goal orientation on self-regulated strategy use, but there was no significant difference in achievement. No interaction effect was found with student ego-involved goal orientation and perceived competence. The results showed no significant difference between students who received training and those who did not. The reasons for these findings were discussed. Implications of the findings as related to foreign language instruction were discussed. Implications for further research that might yield significant findings were also discussed.
Subject:Education; Achievement; College students; Competence; Foreign languages; Goal orientations; Self-regulated learning; Strategy training; Educational psychology; Language arts; Higher education; 0745:Higher education; 0525:Educational psychology; 0279:Language arts
Added Entry:J. M. Keller
Added Entry:The Florida State University