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Taking Control
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TAKING CONTROL: Autonomy in Language Learning focuses on an area of language learning and teaching that is currently receiving an increasing amount of attention.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Front Matter
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Preface
  2. p. xi
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-8
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  1. I. Introductory perspectives
  2. pp. 9-11
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  1. 1. Towards autonomous learning: some theoretical, empirical and practical issues
  2. pp. 13-26
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  1. 2. Concepts of autonomy in language learning
  2. pp. 27-34
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  1. 3. Promoting learner autonomy: criteria for the selection of appropriate methods
  2. pp. 35-48
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  1. 4. Learner culture and learner autonomy in the Hong Kong Chinese context
  2. pp. 49-58
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  1. II. The learner and the learning process
  2. pp. 59-60
  1. 5. A study of strategy use in independent learners
  2. pp. 61-75
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  1. 6. Self-assessment in self-directed learning:issues of learner diversity1
  2. pp. 77-91
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  1. 7. Language counselling for learner autonomy:the skilled helper in self-access language learning
  2. pp. 93-113
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  1. 8. Conversation exchange: a way towards autonomous language learning
  2. pp. 115-132
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  1. 9. Autonomy in the classroom: peer assessment
  2. pp. 133-146
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  1. III. Materials
  2. pp. 147-148
  1. 10. Materials design for the promotion of learner autonomy: how explicit is 'explicit'?
  2. pp. 149-165
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  1. 11. The role of materials in the development of autonomous learning
  2. pp. 167-184
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  1. 12. Lights, camera, action: exploring and exploiting films in self-access learning
  2. pp. 185-200
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  1. IV.Technology
  2. pp. 201-202
  1. 13.Freedom to learn and compulsion to interact:promoting learner autonomy through the use of information systems and information technologies
  2. pp. 203-218
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  1. 14. Interactive video as self-access support for language-learning beginners
  2. pp. 219-232
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  1. 15. From word processing to text processing
  2. pp. 233-248
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  1. V. The evaluation of learner autonomy
  2. pp. 249-250
  1. 16. 'The blind man and the bubble': researching self-access
  2. pp. 251-264
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  1. 17. The acquisition of vocabulary in an autonomous learning environment -- the first months of beginning English
  2. pp. 265-280
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  1. 18. Use and abuse of autonomy in computer-assisted language learning: some evidence from student interaction with SuperCloze
  2. pp. 281-302
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  1. References
  2. pp. 303-326
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 327-337
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