Mapping the Terrain of Learner Autonomy

Mapping the Terrain of Learner Autonomy

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

qMapping the terrain of learner autonomy, written by leading researchers and teachers in the field of language learner autonomy, draws a concise map of the main developments in the field, which has expanded enormously in the past decade. It provides an analysis of the current state of learner autonomy practices, presents some concrete examples, addresses issues of teacher, advisor and counsellor development, and suggests future directions both in pedagogical practice and research. The book will be a useful textbook or reader for advanced students in foreign language education, applied linguistics and teacher education as well as for experienced language teachers who wish to update their knowledge in the field of learner autonomy.q--Back cover.Later when the students have finished work on the PLP, they complete the assessment section. ... To support their reflection and record-keeping, students are provided with a Daily Learning Log template on which they note their goal for theanbsp;...

Title:Mapping the Terrain of Learner Autonomy
Author:Felicity Kjisik, Peter Voller, Naoko Aoki, Yoshiyuki Nakata
Publisher:University of Tampere - 2009


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming