Part 1: Issues, Theories and Frameworks. Ch. 1 - Mike Grenfell and Ernesto Macaro. Claims and Critiques. Ch. 2 - Andrew D. Cohen. Coming to Terms with Language Learner Strategies: Surveying the Experts. Ch. 3 - Rebecca L. Oxford and Karen Schramm. Bridging the Gap between Psychological and Sociocultural Perspectives on L2 Learner Strategies. Ch. 4 - Osamu Takeuchi, Carol Griffiths, and Do Coyle. Applying Strategies to Contexts: The Role of Individual and Group Differences in Strategy Research. Ch. 5 - Cynthia White, Karen Schramm, and Anna Uhl Chamot. Research Methods in Language Learner Strategies: Re-examining the tool box. Ch. 6 - Rebecca L. Oxford and Kyoung Rang Lee with Gloria Park. L2 Grammar Strategies: The Second Cinderella and Beyond. Ch. 7 - Joan Rubin, Anna Uhl Chamot, Vee Harris, aamp, Neil J. Anderson. Intervening in the Use of Strategies. a#160,. Part 2: Reviewing 30 Years of Empirical LLS Research. Ch. 8 - Ernesto Macaro, Suzanne Graham, aamp, Robert Vanderplank. A Review of Listening Strategies: Focus on sources of knowledge and on success. Ch. 9 - Lynn Erler aamp, Claudia Finkbeiner. A Review of Reading Strategies: Focus on the impact of first language. Ch. 10 - Yasuo Nakatani aamp, Christine Goh. A Review of Oral Communication Strategies: Focus on interactionist and psycholinguistic perspectives. Ch. 11 - Rosa M. Mancha#243,n, Julio Roca de Larios, aamp, Liz Murphy. Second and Foreign Language Writing Strategies: Focus on conceptualizations and impact of first language. Ch. 12 - Martha Nyikos aamp, May Fan. A Review of Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies: Focus on language proficiency and learner's voice. a#160,. Concluding chapter - Cohen aamp, Macaro. LLS and the Future: Resolving the issues.