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According to Wenden, the learners' belief system effect the overall method to learning (language) for the types of strategies they use, the criteria they select to assess the usefulness of learning activities, and which strategy to use where all depend on it.
Reader Nicholas Wenden took this picture of the scene on Wednesday
For example, Wenden (1995) points out that "research shows how language works through discourse to communicate and reproduce ideologies that support the use of war as a legitimate option for resolving national conflicts as well as inegalitarian and discriminatory social institutions and practices" (p.
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Self-management (Rubin, 2001), learner strategies (Cohen & Macaro, 2007; Wenden & Rubin, 1987), and self-regulation (Dornyei, 2005; Zimmerman, 2002) are alternative terms to learning strategies, being specific actions that learners take on their own to enhance their learning.
Der Inhalt des Textes besteht aus 10 hymnischen Spruchen, die sich mit Anrufungen an die Kronenschlangen wenden.
A single, also exceptional, case seemed to support my hypothesis: a trial which took place in 1692 at Wenden, today Cesis, not far from Riga (at that time Livonia, presently Latvia).
Trailing seventh at the turn, Chalmers powered through the field in the last 50 metres to become the first Australian man to win the event since Mike Wenden at the Mexico City Games in 1968.
John Wenden was arrested after suffering stomach pains and seeking medical help.
This "complementary" citizenship means a political situation of the individual beyond the boundary between "an autonomous and conflictual citizenship" and getting "a cultural, economic or social citizenship" as remarked Catherine Wihtol de Wenden: "Europe which felt the need to constitute itself from the moment when it ceased to be a center of the world, putting an end to the Franco-German conflict and to the "trade of nations", has tried to replace the world of the countries by a transnational citizenship, "more economic and cultural than political in front of the globalization" (Wihtol de Wenden, 1997: 15).
1) The power of metaphors, as Anita Wenden observes, hinges upon their ability to assimilate new experiences so as to allow the newer and abstract domain of experience to be understood in terms of the former and more concrete, and to serve as a basis and justification for policy making.