STUDENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE LANGUAGES ACQUISITION AND LEARNING: A CASE STUDY
The objectives of this small-scale research are: (1) study the attitudes of students towards the acquisition and learning of languages, and (2) to find out what students think about language valorization and their efforts to maintain local languages.
The benefits of this small-scale research are for students to practice doing preliminary research to complete the Bilingualism course, and it will also be useful as important information for large-scale research planning in fields related to the acquisition and learning of languages, especially those involving students. All students at the level of S1 (Undergraduate), S2 (Postgraduate), and S3 (Doctoral Program) in the field of Applied Linguistics can use this useful information.
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