Learning strategy is the specific actions to make the students better in learning a second language. Learning strategy training is based on problems students encounter in the process of learning target language. These problems are needed to be solved for an affective learning. First, students are given the strategy and then they are expected to apply it.
The goals of teachers: to make language learners aware of their own potential on learning something and teach them strategies
The roles of the teacher: the teacher models the use of the strategy using a think-aloud demonstration
The roles of the students: learners evaluate their own success in learning strategies and they modify the strategy to meet their own learning needs