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INTRODUCTION This assignment is a case study of my French learning experience I experienced the learning of French language for three days I analyzed my experience of learning French I looked upon the learning styles of various learners as well as the teaching styles adapted by the French teacher to teach French I used various language learning strategies for learning Some were effective and some were not Then there are some implications for instruction with a conclusion TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Experiential learning1 2 Language learning strategies2 21 Definition of a language learning strategy2 22 Types of language learning strategies3 3 Analysis of Foreign language learning experience5 31 French learning experience7 311 First class Monday 14th march 20058 312 Second class Tuesday 15th march 20059 313 Third class Wednesday 16th march 200510 32 Difficulties that I faced while learning French11 33 Strategies that I used for French language learning12 331 Cognitive strategies12 332 Socio-affective strategies12 333 Meta cognitive strategies13 34 Effective and ineffective strategies used14 35 Learners approach to learning16 36 Teachers approach to teaching16 4 Pedagogical implications17 Conclusion Bibliography 1 EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING Experience is not what happens to a man it is what a man does with what happens to him Aldous Huxley All learning is a subset of experiential learning This confuses matters significantly Experiential learning also has a more particular meaning learning-by-doing The learning in an experiential learning process is evoked by the learners experience of the process Heres how David A Kolb the most prominent and important theorist in the field
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