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Slides of project Why i feel i can be an aotonomous learner?

Slides of project Why i feel i can be an aotonomous learner?

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  • 1. BENEMÉRITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE PUEBLA SUBJECT - INTRODUCTORY MISS ELBA MÉNDEZ GARCÍA WHY DO I FEEL I AM AN AUTONOMOUS LEARNER
  • 2. INTRODUCTION • Little, D. (2001) Over the last two decades the concept of learning autonomy and independence has gained importance. • Taylor, P. G.(2000) The emerging Knowledge-based society is transforming pedagogical practices in the post compulsory education sector. Benson (2001) Learner autonomy is a problematic term because it is widely confused with self-instruction.
  • 3. AUTONOMOUS LEARNER DEFINITION Benson, P. (2007) The capacity to control your own learning and take challenge and responsibilities in what you want. Taylor, P. G. (2007) The need to explore a set of strategies for extending the reach of higher education.
  • 4. TAKE RESPONSABI LITY FOR HIS OWN LEARNING SET GOALS AUTONOMOUS LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS HAVE A NECESSITY OF LEARNING EVALUATE HIS SUCCESSFUL ACQUISITION MONITOR PROGRESS
  • 5. Cognitive Strategies Learning Strategies Conditions for Learner Autonomy Visual repetition mapping underlining questioning brainstorm organized Read with understanding planning learn through research use technology Metacognitive Strategies Strategies provide students the opportunity to practice independently, which, in turn, builds fluency and mastery of the skill. Attitude and Motivation The most critical factor for success Self-esteem self-confident.
  • 6. CONCLUCION Through my own experience I have discovered that I am an autonomous learner because I love studying by myself and searching information from different sources.
  • 7. REFERENCES Taylor, P. G. (2000). Changing Expectations: Preparing students for Flexible Learning.The International Journal of Academic Development 5 (2), 107–115. Little, D. (2001) Learner Autonomy and human independence: Future directions , 15-23. Harlow: Longman/Pearson Education. Benson, P. (2007) Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning. London: Longman.
  • 8.  Visual repetition mapping underlining questioning brainstorm organized  Read with understanding planning learn through research use technology  Planning predicting monitoring evaluating and revising strategies.  The most critical factor for success  self-confident.

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