Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Electronic, Mechanical, Information and Management Society

A Brief Analysis of Teachers’ Major Roles in Learner Autonomy in English Teaching

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Xiu Zeng
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Xiu Zeng
Available Online April 2016.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-16.2016.303How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Teachers’ roles; Learner autonomy; English teaching; Analysis
Abstract
Learner autonomy has recently been introduced to China as one of the efficacious, potential-developing teaching patterns. Increasing attention has been drawn to the importance of autonomy in language learning and teaching. Autonomy has in fact become a central theme in language instruction. Autonomy will facilitate learners to apply the knowledge acquired in a given context to different situations. However, learners autonomy cannot be analyzed and fulfilled thoroughly without taking account of teachers’ roles in correlated interaction of teaching and learning. Based on its nature and its great effect on the promotion of language teaching, this paper chiefly centers around the major roles English teachers play in learner autonomy and their contribution to the development of language teaching.
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Proceedings
6th International Conference on Electronic, Mechanical, Information and Management Society
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Advances in Computer Science Research
Publication Date
April 2016
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978-94-6252-176-6
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2352-538X
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https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-16.2016.303How to use a DOI?
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