The study investigates the reading habits and attitudes of Malaysian ESL students at the tertiary level. The subjects are Part One Diploma Students at MARA University of Technology, Malaysia, Johor Branch. The subjects were given a set of questionnaires regarding their reading habits and attitudes and the findings indicate that the students prefer certain types of reading materials compared to others especially the non-academic reading materials.
|Keywords:||ESL, Reading Habits, Reading Attitudes|
Lecturer, Academy of Language Studies, MARA University of Technology Malaysia, Segamat, Johor, Malaysia
Lecturer, Faculty of Business Management, MARA University of Technology Malaysia, Segamat, Johor, Malaysia
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