The aim of this study was to investigate the power of emotional intelligence (EI) and ambiguity tolerance in predicting EFL learners’ language learning strategy (LLS)and probe any possible relationship among these variables. The participants of the.
Since no study has been conducted in this realm in the Iranian EFL learning context, null hypotheses were assumed for both research questions. 2. Background 2.1. Ambiguity Tolerance (AT) In the attempt to define tolerance of ambiguity, a double task is faced: to designate what tolerance is and to interpret the meaning of ambiguity.Ambiguity tolerance and perceptual learning styles are the two influential elements showing individual differences in EFL learning. This research is intended to explore the relationship between Chinese EFL learners' ambiguity tolerance and their preferred perceptual learning styles. The findings include (1) the learners are sensitive to English ambiguities and are more reliable on the tactile.Index Terms—emotional intelligence, tolerance of ambiguity, willingness to communicate, EFL learners I. INTRODUCTION In recent years, researchers have proposed and explored two important concepts which are considered to play an influential role in differences among language learners and their language learning achievements.
Ambiguity tolerance and perceptual learning styles are the two influential elements showing individual differences in EFL learning. This research is intended to explore the relationship between.
The present study was set up to detect any possible relationship among learners' emotional intelligence (EI), tolerance of ambiguity, and willingness to communicate inside the classroom.
Tolerance of ambiguity has been an important focus of educational practices and research for more than three decades. The present paper investigated the possibility that there might be an impact of self-assessment on Iranian intermediate EFL learners' tolerance of ambiguity and language proficiency. Therefore, two groups each with 20 EFL intermediate learners served as the experimental and.
Hanieh Varasteh, Afsaneh Ghanizadeh and Omid Akbari, The role of task value, effort-regulation, and ambiguity tolerance in predicting EFL learners’ test anxiety, learning strategies, and language achievement, Psychological Studies, 61, 1, (2), (2016).
Teaching Tolerance for Ambiguity: A Experiential Approach for Leadership Education Oblinger and Verville (1998), in their book titled What Business Wants from Higher Education, make a compelling case for how we, as educators, can assure graduates a foundation upon which to build success. According to the authors, the corporate sector.
The paper focuses on non-language-majoring students’ communicative competence development, taking into account ambiguity tolerance as an explanatory factor of foreign language learning. This study was aimed at exploring possible relationships between engineering students’ ambiguity tolerance and their communicative competence in English as.
The best selectionists use learning to stop solutions-in-progress when they observe that certain approaches produce superior outcomes. How Higher Education Leaders Can Evaluate Their Own Ambiguity Tolerance. Budner’s Tolerance of Ambiguity Scale is an effective tool for determining ambiguity tolerance. It consists of 16 short questions and is.
Tolerance for ambiguity was first recognized as a personality variable in the early 1960s. Since then, psychologists, sociologists, project managers, human resource development professionals, software developers, business consultants, educators, and others have examined tolerance for ambiguity to better understand how people deal with uncertainty in their lives, whether in family situations.
Ambiguity tolerance, Locus of control, and success in language learning among Iranian EFL learners. To this end, the following alternative hypothesis is posed. There are some causal relationships between Attitude, Self-esteem, Ambiguity tolerance, and Locus of control of Iranian EFL students and their FL proficiency. To test the interrelationship and causal relationship between these.
Abstract. Ambiguity tolerance and perceptual learning styles are the two influential elements showing individual differences in EFL learning. This research is intended to explore the relationship between Chinese EFL learners’ ambiguity tolerance and their preferred perceptual learning styles.
Learning to not only navigate but to also capitalize on the less clear-cut instructions and job responsibilities helps you become resilient. By building a tolerance for ambiguity, you can perfect the art of taking calculated risks that will assist you in adapting to ever-changing work environments, give you confidence in your decision-making ability, and render you more impervious to criticism.
Tolerance of Ambiguity: Individual Differences and Teaching Stephanie Valutis Uncertainty is inherent in social work practice, yet there is minimal research in the profession's literature on ambiguity tolerance or its implications for professional socialization and education.
In this work, we present the preliminary adaptation to Spanish of a measure of ambiguity tolerance, the Multiple Stimulus Types Ambiguity Tolerance Scale (MSTAT-II; McLain, 2008), whose goal is to measure an individual's cognitive orientation towards various types of ambiguous stimuli, using a questionnaire that is short enough to avoid fatigue.
In this paper the writer focuses on lexical and structural ambiguity in the title news of each section in Suara Merdeka newspaper. The data of this research are taken from all titles in each section of the newspaper which has ambiguous meaning. PROBLEM FORMULATION. The research question can be formulated as follows.