Aptitude treatment interaction
Aptitude treatment interaction

the relationship between a learner’s personal strengths and weaknesses in learning and the learning situation, including the type of programme one is enrolled in. The study of such interactions is motivated by the idea that learners will learn best in a situation in which the demands of the classroom or other learning context match their areas of aptitude. For example, a learner with high ORAL MIMICRY ABILITY may learn better in one type of language programme, while one high in GRAMMATICAL SENSITIVITY may learn better in another (Richard & Schmidt 2002, p. 31).

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