Helping Students to Learn
Practical advice on how to help learners develop the skills they need to become more autonomous. Packed with tips for the teacher and ideas for student-facing activities. Written in accessible, jargon-free language.
Part A looks at:
1 attitudes to developing learner autonomy
2 the advantages for both student and teacher.
Part B looks at:
1 ways of raising students’ awareness of language learning
2 different styles of learning
3 different kinds of learner
4 how to develop awareness of how language works.
Part C looks at:
1 ways to help students develop skills to gradually become more independent
2 how learners can learn on their own both in and outside the classroom.
Part D looks at:
1 ways to give learners the opportunity to make choices and decisions in the classroom
2 how to develop the skills they need to evaluate their own progress and plan the next steps in learning.