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Autonomy and independence in language learning

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Published by Longman in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching,
  • Independent study

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Phil Benson and Peter Voller.
    SeriesApplied linguistics and language study
    ContributionsBenson, Phil, 1955-, Voller, Peter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP53.445 .A94 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL994673M
    ISBN 100582289920
    LC Control Number96033241

    In P. Benson, & P. Voller (Eds.). Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning (pp. ). London: Longman. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Language Learner Autonomy and Learning Contract: A Case Study of Language Majors of a . Learner autonomy has been a major area of interest in foreign language (FL) teaching for some 30 years. Much has been written about what learner autonomy is, the rationale for promoting it, and its implications for teaching and learning. In terms of its rationale (see, for .

    Learner Autonomy in Higher Education. An International Confer-ence at South East European University in Tetovo, Macedonia, in co-operation with the University of Teacher Education in Zug, Switzerland. Learner autonomy is an important and widely discussed field of learning, relevant not only in the context of primary and secondary. The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be suppressed.

    Mobile Technology and Learner Autonomy in Language Learning: /ch Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) provides learners with the chance to experience new learning modes that go beyond the classroom context, offeringCited by: 1. Autonomy And Foreign Language Learning book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(13).


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The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be suppressed Cited by:   The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education.

They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be Cited by: Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning (Applied Linguistics and Language Study) - Kindle edition by Benson, Phil, Voller, Peter, Voller, Peter.

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1st Edition Published on Novem by Routledge The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning - 1st Edition - Phil B.

The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be 4/5(5).

Introduction: autonomy and independence in language learning \/ Phil Benson and Peter Voller -- 2. The philosophy and politics of learner autonomy \/ Phil Benson -- 3.

Cultural alternatives and autonomy \/ Alastair Pennycook -- 4. An exploration of the relationship between self-access and independent learning \/ Susan Sheerin -- 5.

“The aim of the book is to explore the discourses and applications of autonomy and independence for language leaning and clarify where the concepts come from and where they are going”.(p.3) The editors give on overview of the ways to implement autonomy in language.

Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning book. DOI link for Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning. Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning book. By Phil Benson, Peter Voller. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 6 June Pub.

location by: Autonomy in learning is about people taking more control over their learning in classrooms and outside them and autonomy in language learning about people taking more control over the purposes for which they learn languages and the ways in which they learn them.

Autonomy can also be described as a capacity to take charge of, or take. Autonomy in language teaching and learning Phil BensonHong Kong Institute of Education [email protected] There has been a remarkable growth of interest in the theory and practice of autonomy in language teaching and learning in recent years.

Focusing on work published since the turn of the 20th century, this review examines major. The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be suppressed 4/5(5).

The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this can be.

Buy Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning (Applied Linguistics and Language Study) 1 by Benson, Phil, Voller, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning The publication of Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning, the latest work in the Longman series on Applied Linguistics and Language Study, is further evidence of the series' position on the cutting edge of innovative thinking in language education.

language learning but not specifically to its intended outcome, the development of proficiency in a second or foreign language. Against this tendency, the present paper argues for an understanding of language learner autonomy in which the develop-ment of learner autonomy and the growth of target language proficiency areFile Size: KB.

The topics of autonomy and independence play an increasingly important role in language education. They raise issues such as learners' responsibility for their own learning, and their right to determine the direction of their own learning, the skills which can be learned and applied in self-directed learning and capacity for independent learning and the extents to which this ca.

Learner autonomy refers to the principle that learners should take a maximum amount of responsibility for what they learn and how they learn it. They should be involved in decisions concerning setting objectives for learning, determining ways and means of learning, and reflecting on and evaluating what they have learned.

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The themes of autonomy and independence play an extra and extra important place in language education. They improve factors harking back to learners' obligation for his or her very personal learning, and their correct to seek out out the course of their very personal learning, the skills which could be found and utilized in self-directed learning and functionality for unbiased learning and the.

The papers contained in Part Two are connected with the role of language learning strategies in the development of learner independence. Finally, Chapter Three focuses on developing teacher autonomy, which, in the opinion of many specialists, is indispensable if learner autonomy is.

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