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The Role of Transcribing Group Discussion Task in Promoting Autonomy and Oral Proficiency of University EFL Learners

Mansoor Ganji; Sakineh Jafari; Majid Asgari

Volume 12, Issue 25 , June 2020, , Pages 131-148

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/elt.2020.10678

Abstract
  This study investigated the effect of transcribing group-discussion tasks on the development of university students' autonomy and oral proficiency. A quasi-experimental research design was followed to compare the performances of four groups: two experimental groups and two control groups (each group ...  Read More

EFL Teachers’ Conceptions of Learner Autonomy: Developing a Glocalized Model

Naser Rashidi; Hazhar Muhammadineku

Volume 10, Issue 22 , December 2018, , Pages 87-112

Abstract
  Learner autonomy (henceforth LA) has become a buzz word in education in general and language education, in particular, for more than a decade now. Focusing on investigating Iranian EFL teachers’ conceptions of LA, the current study, taking a mixed method approach, attempted to illustrate how Iranian ...  Read More

A Shift into Autonomous Education

Shirin Sadaghian; Susan Marandi

Volume 8, Issue 17 , July 2016, , Pages 75-92

Abstract
  Fostering autonomous learning has become one of the key concerns of course designers and curriculum planners in the last 20 years which has been validated on both ideological and psychological grounds. However, estimating learners’ readiness to accept autonomous education is an important step prior ...  Read More