The Cultivation of College Students’ English Autonomous Learning

Shuqin HU

Abstract


The concept of autonomous learning has been widely discussed by educators all over the world. For Chinese College English learners, developing autonomous learning capacity is especially necessary and important, which requires efforts not only from students’ part but also from the teacher and the management of the university. This paper mainly explores some practical approaches and steps in cultivating this capacity for students.


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College English learning; Autonomous learning; Approaches

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9818

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