Reflection about learner autonomy

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Published on March 11, 2014

Author: fernandonarvaezgomez

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AUTONOMOUS LEARNING is a process that allows the person to be author of his own development, choosing paths, strategies, tools and time it deems appropriate to learn and practice independently what you have learned. Uses the autonomous learning who AUTONOMOUS LEARNER Is colled

AUTONOMOUS LEARNER needs Some strategies like 1. cognitive strategies 2. metacognitive strategies

1. COGTINIVES STRATEGIES operate directly on incoming information, manipulating it in ways that enhance learning These are 1,1. repetition 1,9. question for clarification 1,2. resourcing 1,8. inferencing 1,5. deduction 1,4. note-taking 1,6. contextualisation 1,3. translation 1,7. transfer

1,1. REPETITION 1,2. RESOURCING 1,3. TRANSLATION when imitating others speech That is say having recourse to dictionaries and other materials That is using their mother tongue as a basis for understanding and/or producing the target language

1,4. NOTE-TAKING 1,5. DEDUCTION 1,6. CONTEXTUALISATION is used to get information That is to say conscious application of L2 rules when embedding a word or phrase in a meaningful sequence

1,7. TRANSFER 1,8. INFERENCING 1,9. QUESTION FOR CLARIFICATION That is using knowledge acquired in the L1 to remember and understand facts and sequences in the L2 When matching an unfamiliar word against available information (a new word etc) When asking the teacher to explain, etc.

2. METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES Are skills used for planning, monitoring, and evaluating the learning activity These are 2,1. directed attention 2,5. self-reinforcement 2,3. self-monitoring 2,2. selective attention 2,4. self-evaluation

2,1. DIRECTED ATTENTION 2,2. SELECTIVE ATTENTION When paying deciding in advance to concentrate on general aspects of a task attention to specific aspects of a task

2,4. SELF-EVALUATION 2,3. SELF-MONITORING 2,5. SELF-REINFORCEMENT That is to say That is to say Is used for checking one's performance as one speaks appraising one's performance in relation to one's own standards rewarding oneself for success.

DIFFERENCE between cognitive strategies metacognitive strategies Is used for Is used for improving mental ability to reason and come to an understanding of something self-regulating our learning and make strategic planning for a learning process

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