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  • Introduction ( sama yg kaya di journal )
    Annotated – Aim,proceure ( questionire dll) ,conclusion,research method
  • Annotated Bibliography

    1. 1. How to Make Students Autonomous Learners? Presented By : Athina Rokhmah Arsyaf 20120540009 PBI UMY 2012 A Annotated Bibliography
    2. 2. The Outline • Introduction • Annotated 1 • Annotated 2 • Annotated 3 • Annotated 4 • Annotated 5 • Annotated 6 • The Conclusion
    3. 3. Introduction Why choose this topic? • Learning longest process for a lifetime • School with modern method uses student center • Learning language autonomously was started Research question : 1. What is the way to make autonomous learner? 2. What is the relation between autonomy learning and language learner success?
    4. 4. Annotated 1 Proved the aim of relationship between two concepts (self-efficacy and learner autonomy) with academic success is positive. Data collected from 250 students of 5 universities in Turkey by giving Questionnaires Student in Language learning success accomplish by who is doing an independence learning with guidance from their sense of efficacy (motivation & responsibility). Tilfarlioglu, F. Y. & Ciftci, F. S. (2011). Supporting Self-efficacy and Learner Autonomy in Relation to Academic Success in EFL Classrooms (A Case Study). Electronic Journal of Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 1(10), 1284-1294.
    5. 5. Annotated 2 The aim is exploring the roles of teacher in autonomy by using library research. 1. Autonomous learning is different with self-instruction condition (learn without teacher’s control) 2. In the Autonomous Learning Process, students and teachers need gained their responsibility, patience and trust each other’s 3. Teachers have a vital role : counsellor, facilitator, managers & organizers. Yan, S. (2012). Teachers’ Roles in Autonomous Learning. Electronic Journal of Sociological Research, 3(2), 1948-5468.
    6. 6. Annotated 3 This Journal tested the use of computer technology and their self-regulated in autonomous language learning activities. Questionnaire for 75 State University undergraduate students from the Department of English Language Teaching This study stated that technology break the wall of limited learning language activities. Both of student and teacher bravely doing such activities to improve their English skill by the emerging and evolution of technology. Hayta, F & Yaprak, Z (2013). Learner Autonomy and Computer Technology as A Facilitator of Autonomous Language Learning. Electronic Journal of Educational and Instructional Studies in The World, 3(2), 2146-7463.
    7. 7. Annotated 4 Proved the aim of Self-directed learning’s critical thinking is affected and retained over time. Conducting questionnaires toward 60 females’ at Iranian Intermediate EFL. They were divided by two equal groups; experimental and control group. This research also highlighted problem based learning method, writing class, and collage attendance improved students’ critical thinking. The experimental group (autonomous learning) showed greater gains of their critical thinking than control group (teacher centre). Tabatabaei, O. (2012). The Effect of Self-Directed Learning on Critical Thinking of Iranian EFL Learners. Electronic Journal of Educational and Social Research. 2(2). 2240-0524
    8. 8. Annotated 5 A journal with library research method, with the aim is autonomous language learning with sophisticated technologies. Student need consistency for independence learning The teacher play the vital role : to demonstrate those gadget and online facilities, more about benefit and limit of those device. Jones, R. G (2011). Emerging Technologies : Autonomous Language Learning. Electronic Journal of Language Learning and Technology. 15(3). 4-11
    9. 9. Annotated 6 The explore student teacher beliefs about learner autonomy The data gained by students of ELT Department, Gazi University with some interviewed for 20 responded, questionnaire surveys of 112 student and teacher. Student is hardly enough for being an autonomous language learner if their teacher lack of experienced and knowledge about autonomous learning itself. Balçıkanlı. C (2010). Learner Autonomy In Language Learning: Student Teachers’ Beliefs. Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 35(1). 8.
    10. 10. The Conclusion • Gain student motivation and responsibility of learning. • Gain teacher knowledge and experienced of the autonomous learning concept. (Balçıkanlı, 2010). • When the teacher role is changing from dictator being director, student plays the autonomous learning (Yan, 2012). • Autonomous learning improved student critical thinking (Tabatabaei, 2012). • Student with full of self-efficacy, self-regulation, high self- motivation are bring their success of language learning (Tilfarlioglu & Ciftci 2011). • Technology as a mountain materials make both of student and teacher easier in language learning independently (Jones, 2011 and Hayta & Zaprak, 2013).
    11. 11.  That’s all… Thank You very much

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