The Corpus Linguistics Based Study of Cultivating Autonomous Learning Ability for English Learners

Qixiu QIN

Abstract


Domestic and foreign researchers fully demonstrated the significant applicability and practicality of corpus in language teaching from theoretical and practical aspects. In another word, corpus plays a momentous role in language teaching. Cultivating student’s autonomous learning ability is an important part of teaching objectives. Many researchers at home and abroad have done researches in how to improve the students’ autonomous learning ability and have established some models, while corpus-based model to improve learner autonomy is seldom seen, so the paper tries to prove the feasibility of the model theoretically, also mentions the premise and the contents. Based on this paper, many original and feasible researches are expected.


Keywords


Corpus linguistics; Autonomous learning ability; Corpora

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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