LANGUAGE TEACHING TECHNIQUES AND PERSONALITY VARIABLES: FOCUSING ON EXTROVERTION AND INTROVERTION
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As the government regulation states that the goal of national education is to develop educated people with life skill and good character building, character education values should be involved in designing and composing the material used in instructional activities in the classroom. The issue of character education is surrounded by many questions. Those questions are mostly about its effectiveness in the classroom—partly due to the lack of practical evidence connecting character education to definite developments in academics, social interactions, and emotional and cognitive improvement. This paper is attempting to discuss the reinforcement of integrating character education particularly in foreign language teaching. This very study described in this article aims to conduct small-scale research on how language learning strategy use differs between two different personality traits, namely introversion and extroversion.
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