Teacher-Learner Autonomy in Second Language Acquisition



This Paper intends to discuss teacher autonomy as well as learner autonomy, thus giving some insights into the study and application of learning autonomy in second language Acquisition(SLA).
Key words: teacher autonomy; learner autonomy; interactions

Résumé: Cet article compte discuter de l'autonomie des enseignants et l'autonomie des apprenants, ce qui donne un certain éclairage sur l'étude et l'application de l'autonomie d’études dans l’acquisition d’une deuxième langue (SLA).
Mots-Clés: autonomie d’enseignant, autonomie d’apprenant, interactions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720100601.009


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