Language Learning Strategies: Theory, Practice and Issues provides comprehensive accounts of language learning strategies, covering a range of aspects of related issues. The book also outlines problematic areas of learning strategies, tracing the development of strategy research and it documents in some detail how the concept emerged. It examines critically the various arguments that have been made concerning the theory and research. The book is accessible for readers at all stages of their education career-undergraduate, graduate, MA, PhD students, newly qualified o more experienced teachers. This book will assist teachers in their day-to-day practice and be of interest to teachers, teacher trainers and researchers who want to have a better understanding of the role of language learning strategies in language education.