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- Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching
- Autonomy and Its Role in English Language Learning: Practice and Research
- Teaching and researching autonomy in language learning
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Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching
The concept of learner autonomy in the field of foreign language learning was clearly articulated in the report prepared by Holec for the Council of Europe. The learner autonomy aims at providing language learners with the ability to take on more responsibility for their own learning. In addition, students may make decisions by themselves about what and how they should learn. On the other hand, traditionalists assert that providing autonomy to learners will cause teachers to lose their control over the class. In this review, the concept of learner autonomy in language learning has been explained from different aspects.
Autonomy and Its Role in English Language Learning: Practice and Research
The goal of autonomous language learning is to create an atmosphere where learners take charge of their own learning. Creating this atmosphere encounters various challenges which are partially context-specific. Influenced by the learning environment, learners of different educational contexts vary in their degree of autonomy. The present study examines the impact of the learning environment on learner autonomy at higher education. The study focuses on the differences between Polish and Yemeni EFL English as a Foreign Language learners with respect to their autonomy in language learning.
Teaching and researching autonomy in language learning
Elizabeth M. Language Editing Service. While much has been written on the concept and development of learner autonomy, limited studies have investigated the perceptions and classroom practices of teachers in fostering learner autonomy. This paper sets out to examine what teachers think about learner autonomy as well as the strategies they use to develop autonomous learners in a university setting using a qualitative approach.
So, All of authors and contributors must check their papers before submission to making assurance of following our anti-plagiarism policies. Autonomy has become a keyword of language policy in educational systems around the world as the importance of independent learning and new technologies has grown. For many language teachers, autonomy is an attractive idea in theory, but somewhat far-fetched and idealistic in practice. Nevertheless, autonomy has enjoyed a long and respected tradition in educational, psychological and philosophical thought. The concept of autonomy in language learning is well researched at the level of theory and practice and has proved to be adaptable and responsive to change and supported by evidence that learners naturally tend to exercise control over their learning both generally and in the field of language learning.