Language Learning Strategies of Graduates for Future Employment – An Overview

Kadzrina Abdul Kadir, Wan Shakizah Wan Mohd Noor

Abstract


English language fluency among graduates is becoming an important capability that graduates need for employment. The industry has noted the declining level of English among Malaysian graduates thus strategies and policies need to be implemented. This paper gives an overview on three areas of literature that is pertinent to this topic: competencies and future employment, language learning strategies and supplier learning. This paper suggest that a model for capability development from the area of supply chain management could be extrapolated as a framework for future research on analyzing the strategies that graduates employ on their own to improve their capability of English language fluency.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/rbm.v1i2.5091

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