Beliefs about language learning of students learning english at the University of Quintana Roo
ROJAS DORTA, CYNTHIA EVELIN
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This study examined the Beliefs about Language Learning of 107 students at the University of Quintana Roo taking English at the Self access Center of the institution. Homitz’s Beliefs About Language Learning Inventory was used to collect the data. Results indicate that students hold a variety of beliefs about their language Ieaming experience that help them in their language learning process. However, students also reported to have dysfunctional and unrealistic beliefs that may be distracting students’ attention and interfering with their language Ieaming. Any signiﬁcant differences between the beliefs about language Ieaming among males and females were found.
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