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by Christian Chia

Download Autonomy in Language Learning: The Use of IT and Internet Resources eBook
ISBN:
0071262199
Author:
Christian Chia
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education (Asia); 1st edition (May 2, 2007)
Pages:
72 pages
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1745 kb
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1861 kb
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This book is written for teachers who are concerned with promoting autonomous learning by using IT and Internet resources.

This book is written for teachers who are concerned with promoting autonomous learning by using IT and Internet resources. The first section aims to acquaint readers with important theoretical concepts central to the field of learner autonomy, such as the rationale for promoting autonomy in learning as well as the possible challenges in doing so. The second section provides readers with useful.

This book is written for teachers who are concerned with promoting autonomous learning by using IT and Internet .

Learn more about TBL in our article.

As the students choose the materials themselves it promotes learner autonomy. Learn more about TBL in our article.

Learner autonomy (LA) refers to the capacity of learners to learn actively in independent settings (Little, 1991)

Learner autonomy (LA) refers to the capacity of learners to learn actively in independent settings (Little, 1991). This capacity involves the motivation (Little, 2006) to learn without the constraints of time and place of learning.

Book Condition: May contain highlighting, handwriting or underlining through out the book. Book may show some wear.

Harlow: Longman/Pearson Education.

Posters and learner logbooks play a central role in three ways: they help learners to capture much of the content of learning, support the development of speaking, and provide a focus for assessment. Harlow: Longman/Pearson Education.

Empowering learners to become independent and lifelong learners takes on a pivotal role in the Singapore education scene with a new initiative known as the Strategies for Active and Independent Learning (SAIL) being tried out in schools here. This book is written for teachers who are concerned with promoting autonomous learning by using IT and Internet resources. The first section aims to acquaint readers with important theoretical concepts central to the field of learner autonomy, such as the rationale for promoting autonomy in learning as well as the possible challenges in doing so. The second section provides readers with useful practical tips by giving information as to how autonomy can be fostered through self-access learning. Numerous websites where learners can access to engage in interesting online activities to improve their language proficiency are also included, making this book a valuable resource for teachers who want to tap on Internet resources for elearning purposes. Features of This Book - List of websites where learners can engage in interesting online activities to improve their English Language proficiency