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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.

Changing attitudes

Part A looks at:

1 attitudes to developing learner autonomy

2 the advantages for both student and teacher.

Raising awareness

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.

Developing skills

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.

Making decisions

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.

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Pages: 99
Languages: English
Publisher: Richmond ELT
Published: 04 Feb 2017
About Publisher
  • Richmond ELT
    Founded in 1992, we are an English Language Teaching publisher with publishing centres and companies across the world. We are part of the Santillana Publishing Group which is in turn owned by Prisa, the world’s leading Spanish and Portuguese-language business group in the fields of education, information and entertainment. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority and we take pride in recognising the cultural diversity both within our own group and among our international customers. We are committed to the development of high quality materials in student and teacher-friendly formats and the provision of additional educational services, customised wherever necessary to meet local market needs.