STRATEGY TRAINING CURRENTLY LANGUAGE-LEARNING
Once you know how students are currently learning, you can help them to learn more effectively. For the scope of strategy training, Oxford (1990:201) stated that the best strategy training not only teaches language-learning strategies but also deal’s with feelings and beliefs about taking on more responsibility and about the role change implied by the use of learning strategies. “Unless learners alter some of their old beliefs about learning, they will not be able to take advantage of the strategies they acquire in strategy training,” she further stated. In addition, she continued, strategy training can cover more general aspects of language-learning, such as the kinds of language functions used inside and outside the classroom, significance of group work and individual efforts in language-learning, trade-offs between accuracy and fluency, fear or mistakes, learning versus acquisition, and ways which language-learning differs from learning other subjects.