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Title: On How to Create Learning Context for Learner Autonomy
Author: Qiuxiu Guo
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Institution: Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University
Author: Cai Yin Huan
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Abstract: With the notion of "learner autonomy" proposed and the mate textbooks published, the "learner-centered approach" has been widely adopted in colleges and universities in China. Nevertheless, it is obviously inadequate to have only the theory and materials for students to achieve ideal learning results. Learning context is also vital for learner autonomy. This article first analyzes the disavantageous factors involving learning context, and then gives some suggestions on how to create learning context for learner autonomy.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: In Progress
Publication Info: Published by Foreign Languages Teaching &Translation (No.2, 2003)


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