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Autonomy and foreign language learning

Henri Holec

Autonomy and foreign language learning

by Henri Holec

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English


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StatementHenri Holec.
SeriesEducation and culture
ContributionsCouncil for Cultural Co-operation.
The Physical Object
Pagination65,iiip.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13943909M

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 File Size: KB.   In this book, Miranda Hamilton adds to an increasing body of research looking at the interplay among language acquisition, technology, and autonomy. The book is well written, with a clear and crisp style that allows the reader to follow the theoretical drive of the book without by: 1.

Book Description. This book explores theories of space and place in relation to autonomy in language learning. Encompassing a wide range of linguistically and culturally diverse learning contexts, this edited collection brings together research papers from academics working in fourteen countries. 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 majorCited by:

This book discusses the importance of autonomy, agency, and identity in teaching and learning English as a foreign language, all of which are central themes in the educational domain. By linking theory with practice to appeal to researchers as well as classroom practitioners, it provides an overview of the theoretical constructs of autonomy. surrounding the foreign language learning experience. She is particularly interested in learner beliefs, self-concept, motivation, attributions and explore learner autonomy in language learning in classroom, out-of-class book series on New Language Learning .


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Autonomy and foreign language learning by Henri Holec Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ELP has three components: a language passport, which summarises the owners’ linguistic identity; a language biography, which provides for a reflective account of the learners experience’ in learning and using the foreign language, and a dossier, in which the learner collects evidence of his or her developing proficiency in the language.

Autonomy And Foreign Language Learning book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(13). book describes the use of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) by a group of advanced English language learners in Mexico, comparing what students thought and what they did in response to the technology.

The theoretical aim of the book is to work towards the construction of a theory of the development of autonomy and virtual learning in an EFL Cited by: 7.

Autonomy In Foreign Language Learning Holec Autonomy In Foreign Language Learning, Oxford: Pergamon, Pp. Calling All Foreign Language Teachers Computer-assisted Language Learning In The Classroom Affect In Foreign Language And Second Language Learning The Objectives Of Early Foreign Language Learning Mobile Learning In The Foreign Language Classroom Objectives For Foreign.

It is concluded that learner-produced learning materials can be a successful and an effective tool to promote learner autonomy in EFL (English as a foreign language) classes. View Show abstract. Autonomy and foreign language learning Council of Europe modern languages project Education & culture Council of Europe language learning series: Authors: Henri Holec, Council of Autonomy and foreign language learning book.

Council for Cultural Co-operation, Council of Europe: Publisher: Council of Europe, ISBN:Length: 65 pages: Subjects. Autonomy and Foreign Language Learning Council of Europe modern languages project Education & culture: Author: Henri Holec: Contributor: Council of Europe.

Council for Cultural Co-operation: Publisher: Council of Europe, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: Length: 65 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote. Since the introduction of the term autonomy, which can be broadly defined as “the ability to take charge of one’s own learning” (Holec,p.

3) into the study of language learning, there has been growing interest in autonomy in the field of. What is Autonomy in Language Learning. Definition of Autonomy in Language Learning: A capacity to take charge of, or take responsibility for one’s own learning.

Therefore, autonomy involves abilities and attitudes that people possess and can develop to various degrees. Learner autonomy in the foreign language classroom: teacher, learner, curriculum and assessment Edited by David Little Jennifer Ridley Ema Ushioda Authentik.

The autonomous language learner takes responsibility for the totality of his learning situation. He does this by determining his own objectives, defining the contents to be learned and the progression of the course, selecting methods and techniques to be used, monitoring this procedure, and evaluating what he has acquired.

Objectives are specific to the learner, and the learner's communicative Cited by: About Autonomy and Foreign Language Learning in a Virtual Learning Environment. Digitalised learning with its promise of autonomy, enhanced learner choice, independence and freedom, is an intuitive and appealing construct but closer examination reveals it to be a rather simplistic proposition, raising the following questions.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, 53 pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Papers from the Council of Europe Modern Languages Project. Autonomy and foreign language learning. [Henri Holec] Home.

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Book Description: TAKING CONTROL: Autonomy in Language Learning focuses on an area of language learning and teaching that is currently receiving an increasing amount of attention. The book, featuring 18 chapters from key figures around the world in the field of autonomous and self-access language learning, provides insightful coverage of the.

Keywords: learner autonomy, foreign language, language teacher, cooperative learning 1. Introduction From the s, with the change from teacher-centeredness to learner-centeredness in education, learner autonomy has become a hot topic in foreign language teaching and research.

It. This book discusses the importance of autonomy, agency, and identity in teaching and learning English as a foreign language, all of which are central themes in the educational domain. By linking theor.

The present volume brings together papers devoted to the role of learner and teacher autonomy in the process of second and foreign language learning, which have been contributed by scholars from Poland and abroad. The book has been divided into three parts in accordance with the topics that the individual contributions touch upon.

This book examines this contested relationship between assessment and autonomy from a number of perspectives in a variety of Higher Education language-learning contexts in Europe and the Far East. The contributors to the book describe research into assessment both for and as autonomy, as well.

Holec, H. Autonomy and Foreign Language Learning. Oxford/New York: Pergamon Press. (First PublishedCouncil of Europe). has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Language Learner Autonomy and Learning Contract: A Case Study of Language Majors of a University in Hong Kong.

AUTHORS: Mable Chan. With over three hundred new references and five new case studies of research on autonomy providing practical advice on research methods and topics in the field, Teaching and Researching Autonomy will be an essential introduction for teachers and students to a Cited by: charge of one’s own learning” (Holec,p.

3) into the study of language learning, there has been growing interest in autonomy in the field of foreign and second language (L2) learning. Although a considerable amount of research has been published in recent years (e.g., Benson,; Lou,Author: Ali Dincer, Tuba Işık.The present volume brings together papers devoted to the role of learner and teacher autonomy in the process of second and foreign language learning, which have been contributed by scholars from Poland and abroad.

The book has been divided into three parts in accordance with the topics that the.