'It Depends on the Students Themselves': Independent Language Learning at an Indonesian State School
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There is continuing interest in the notion of learner autonomy, both as an effective means and valid goal of a language learning curriculum. However, the concept is recognised as emanating from Western tertiary educational contexts and as open to question in different s... View more
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