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Este estudio examina cómo la diferencia del idioma, la edad y la competencia se relacionan con la elección y el uso de estrategias de aprendizaje en una tarea de comprensión de lectura. El objetivo de este estudio es descubrir el uso de estrategias de aprendizaje de dos grupos de diferentes edades y con diferentes niveles de competencia en lenguas extranjeras. Los participantes del estudio fueron 94 estudiantes universitarios y 105 estudiantes de secundaria. A los participantes se les asignó una tarea de comprensión lectora en turco e inglés, y luego se determinaron las estrategias de aprendizaje que utilizaron en los dos idiomas con la ayuda de la escala de Estrategias de Aprendizaje. Como resultado, se observó que la diferencia de idioma, la edad y la competencia eran factores efectivos en el uso de estrategias de aprendizaje.

Feryal Cubukcu, Dokuz Eylul University

Obtuvo su licenciatura y maestría en Educación del idioma inglés. Tiene un doctorado en Lingüística Aplicada y Teorías Literarias. Ha trabajado como profesora en la Facultad de Educación. Sus principales intereses son las teorías literarias, la psicolingüística y la sociolingüística.

Murat Bayalas, Dokuz Eylul University

Obtuvo su B.A. y Maestría en Educación del idioma inglés. Sus principales intereses son la lingüística aplicada y las estrategias de aprendizaje.

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Recibido 2020-08-12
Aceptado 2020-10-06
Publicado 2021-01-20