You might not need to encourage your students to take control of their learning. I do. My teens aren’t used to working independently or undertaking tasks without the teacher directing proceedings. 835 more words
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One of the things I really like about my new school is that they really encourage learner autonomy. In the first instance we can encourage learner autonomy in the classroom – allowing students to have a say in how they learn, reducing the amount of scaffolding used, and offering students choice in the media they use to present their ideas, or the topics or texts they study. 800 more words
Promoting learner autonomy from day one: individual selection of reading texts in the ELT classroom (Part 2)
In part 1 of this article I explained how you can start of encouraging learner autonomy in the classroom from the first day’s homework assignment. … 729 more words
Promoting learner autonomy from day one: individual selection of reading texts in the ELT classroom (Part 1)
I believe that promoting learner autonomy is essential for both success and enjoyment in classroom language learning.
What is learner autonomy in the EFL classroom? In terms of the classes I teach I broadly define it as… 1,081 more words