Different Learning Styles of L2 Learners

Kifah Rakan Alqadi


Learners differ in their learning styles. In general, types of information are learned and processed in numerous and various ways. Language, as one type of this wide range of information, is specifically a particular case since it relates to the most important human communication means. In this paper, the researcher intends to shed light on learners' different styles in learning language in general, and their styles in learning L2, whether it is a second or a foreign language, in particular. The paper stresses the importance of distinguishing learners' different styles in learning languages. The researcher would also concentrate on the necessity of matching the various learners' styles and the educators' teaching strategies in order to develop the students' potentials in learning L2. the paper also presents some implications that may contribute to helping educators and curricula designers identify students' diverse learning styles; and consequently assist their students to understand and modify their own learning styles and achieve a better and higher level of proficiency in L2 learning.

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