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|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd. (January 1, 2007)|
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English in Deprived Circumstances. Maximising Learner Autonomy. This book has been cited by the following publications.
English in Deprived Circumstances. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Can learners of English choose their own materials to learn from? Should they do so? English in Deprived Circumstances: Maximising Learner Autonomy is a narrative of how learners learn when they take charge of what they read, listen to or write.
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English in deprived circumstances: Maximising learner autonomy. Foundation Books, 2007. Anaphorization in Dravidian.
That is especially true for reading within the classroom, over and beyond Extensive Reading/ Listening for pleasure (Templer, 2012).
Amritavalli, R. (2007). English in deprived circumstances: Maximizing learner autonomy. New Delhi, India: Foundation Books and Cambridge University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Aturupane, . Glewwe, . & Wisniewski, S. (2013). The impact of school quality, socioeconomic factors, and child health on students’ academic performance: Evidence from Sri Lankan primary schools. 1. View via Publisher. Dictionaries are unpredictable. The Genesis of Syntactic Categories and Parametric Variation. R. Amritavalli, K. A. Jayaseelan.
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The idea of learner autonomy is not new, but it has been widely referred to in.The example of the list: Read a book in English Watch a movie in English.
The idea of learner autonomy is not new, but it has been widely referred to in the field of ELT only over the last decade.
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PDF Learner autonomy may have special relevance now in developing countries, where a dissonance often exists between . Latterly, she explicitly came. to ally this approach with the autonomy movement, as has Amritavalli.
PDF Learner autonomy may have special relevance now in developing countries, where a dissonance often exists between what formal education offers an. when describing a successful practice of ‘maximising learner autonomy’ by. enabling choice of extensive reading materials in the ‘deprived circum-. stances’ of an Indian primary school (Amritavalli, 2007). a ‘rescue solution’ in a situation of lack of printed materials, Sri Lankan.