STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS AND LEARNING STRATEGIES ACROSS GENDER DIFFERENCES

Tyas Willy Kartika, Ive Emaliana

Abstract


This case study is intended to investigate
students’ achievement and learning strategies employed
by high achievers in English learning process at a single-
gender private Islamic high school in East Java, Indonesia,
in which male and female students are put in separated
groups. Instruments used in this study are document
analysis and interview guidelines. It reveals that the
stereotype which is told us female learners tend to
outperform male learners in language learning is not
applicable in this study. Another conclusion that can be
inferred is that all high achievers from both schools
employ all learning strategy types which are proposed by
Oxford (1990) namely; direct strategies and indirect
strategies.


Key words: different genders, learning strategies,
achievement


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