HOW DOES THE LEARNER'S AUTONOMY IMPACT ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT IN THE LEARNING PROCESS

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  • Yusupova Shodiya Kerimbaevna English teacher at the Creative School of Abdulla Kadyri in Tashkent

Аннотация

One way to increase motivation for learning autonomy is to provide students with the opportunity to be the subject of the learning process rather than its recipient, despite the danger that some students are not ready to take responsibility for the process and results of their learning. However, learner autonomy in relation to learning should not only be seen as a goal for active students only, but also as a fundamental learning goal for all students [3].

Библиографические ссылки

Benson, P. Teaching and Researching Autonomy in Language Learning. Harlow: Longman/Pearson Education, 2001. 260 p.

Cotterall, S. Promoting learner autonomy through the curriculum: principles for designing language courses http://www.academia.edu/425873.

Nunan, D. Nine steps to learner autonomy [Electronic resource]. URL: http://www.su.se/polopoly_fsZ1.84007.1333707257!/menu/standard/file/2003_11_Nunan_eng.pdf

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Опубликован

2024-02-12