Mindfulness Adjusts the Relationship between Vocabulary Retention and Foreign Language ”Learning” Efficiency: A Preliminary’ Survey on Non-English Major’ Vietnamese ’Students

    Phuong Huu Tung ,Tran Thi Thu Hang ,Tran Thi Mai Huong ,Nguyen Thi Hop ,Nguyen Nghi Thanh
    Keywords: Mindfulness; Remembering New Words; Final Grade of English Course; Foreign language learning; Vietnamese students; Vocabulary Retention. ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    In recent years, many Vietnamese students have actively enrolled in mindfulness meditation classes,
    which has captured scientists' great attention. To find more evidence for previous studies as well as to
    enrich the research literature, this study explores mindfulness meditation practice as a moderator of the
    ”relationship” between vocabulary”retention and” students’ foreign”language”learning efficiency”in
    Vietnam. It was “conducted through”a cross-sectional”survey using”intentional sampling”technique
    (n=200). Multivariable linear”regression analysis”and moderator variable regression are also applied to
    prove the hypotheses. Research findings demonstrate that”there is a”positive and”significant
    relationship”between mindfulness meditation”practice, vocabulary retention and students' foreign
    language learning efficiency. In particular, mindfulness meditation practice acts as a regulatory variable
    between the level of vocabulary retention and students' foreign language learning efficiency.

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