Reading and Writing Habits of University Language Students and Their Academic Success

Multilingual literacy is an important competence in today’s society, especially for some professional groups. In the present study, 73 university language majors reported on their reading and writing in the mother tongue and target language, within and outside of their studies (quantity, circumsta... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Quelle: In Vestnik za Tuje Jezike (01.12.2013)
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