To help teachers determine levels of learner autonomy of young EFL learners towards English lessons
Orakcı, Ş., & Gelişli, Y. (2017). Learner Autonomy Scale: A scale development study. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Sciences, 5(4), 25-35. Continue reading
Purpose: A quick measure of language proficiency
- To help students gain awareness of new strategies they can use in language learning
- To have students identify others who have tried similar and different strategies
- To enhance language learning (if any part of this activity is done in the target language)
Source: http://carla.umn.edu/maxsa/documents/LanguageStrategyInventory_MAXSA_IG.pdf Continue reading
- To raise students’ awareness of their own learning style preferences
- To encourage students to expand their learning style repertoire
- To help students get to know each other and foster respect for and awareness of diversity in learning styles
Source: http://carla.umn.edu/maxsa/documents/LearningStyleSurvey_MAXSA_IG.pdf Continue reading
- To highlight the strategies students already have for communicating across cultures
- To help students recognize additional strategies for improving their cross-cultural communication
Source: http://carla.umn.edu/maxsa/documents/CultureLearningStrategiesInventory_MAXSA_IG.pdf Continue reading
Purpose: To determine the degree to which the target individuals perceive people in positions of authority–their teachers, managers, health care providers, or coaches–to be autonomy-supportive.
Purpose: To determine trait autonomy based on three theoretically derived subscales assessing authorship/self-congruence, interest-taking, and low susceptibility to control.
Source: http://selfdeterminationtheory.org/iaf/ Continue reading
Purpose: To assess individual differences in the extent to which people tend to function in a self-determined way.
Purpose: To assess individual differences in the types of motivation or regulation.