Learning Styles among TESL Undergraduates in University Putra Malaysia

Farah Nabillah Mior Yusup, Khaymalatha Balakrishnan

Abstract


Learning style is an individual's natural or habitual pattern of acquiring and processing information in learning situations. A core concept is that individuals differ in how they learn. This study focused on to look at a group of TESL undergraduates’ preference in learning styles. The finding showed that the students have different kind learning styles in language learning. Most of them seem to have moderate preference on the active, sensing and global learning, mild preference on the reflective, intuitive, verbal and sequential learning and quite strong preferences for visual learning style. The finding of this study might help both educator and students in developing the pedagogical process and at the same time enhancing the effective learning and finally to improve themselves in the future.


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