Strategies and Attitude in English Vocabulary Learning of Grade 11 Filipino Students
Vocabulary study is one of the most emphasized English lessons among senior high school students since it is viewed as the fundamental key to exceling in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Along with Filipino, English is the official language of the Philippines. As a result, it is considered the Filipinos' second language and is the medium of instruction in the majority of school topics. While all teachers appear to be preoccupied with understanding their students' English vocabulary performance, particularly in subjects like English for Academic and Professional Purposes, Reading and Writing, and Oral Communication, a better understanding of their students' vocabulary learning strategies and attitudes toward learning vocabulary should be given much more attention. As a result, the goal of this study is to provide useful references for future research on Filipino senior high school students' vocabulary learning practices and attitudes toward vocabulary acquisition. This researcher will also recommend some more relevant and important research that should be conducted in order to gain a better grasp of the subject of study.
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