A Guide to Developing Learner Responsibility
Learner Autonomy offers practical guidance on helping learners realise that their contribution to the teaching-learning process is crucial. It also encourages them to take an active role in their own learning. Rather than advocating radical changes in Classroom Management, it focuses on the gradual process of changing learner attitudes. The activities are designed to develop a comprehensive range of skills and attitudes including motivation, learning strategies, self-monitoring and co-operation. The activities can be easily integrated into the regular curriculum as almost all serve some linguistic purpose in addition to learner development.
From the World of Better LearningVisit blog
Also in this subject
Teachers in Action
Tasks for In-Service Language Teacher Education and Development
Teachers in Action offers a wealth of ideas and activities, designed to help teachers on in-service education and development programmes cultivate professional knowledge, skills and attitudes. The materials include photocopiable worksheets, notes for trainers and examples of completed worksheets.Author: Peter James
Thank you for your feedback which will help us improve our service.
If you requested a response, we will make sure to get back to you shortly.×