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Learner autonomy has been of great interest to language teaching practice and research for more than two decades now. This paper reviews definitions of and research into learner autonomy and discusses ways in which autonomy has been implemented both in and outside the classroom. It also looks at the role of learner training and the importance of environmental factors such as the provision of resources and opportunities for self-access learning and ongoing support.
Learner autonomy, Learner training, Learning strategies
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