A CASE STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNER AUTONOMY IN ENGLISH LITERATURE CLASSROOM

Authors

  • Shamim Akhter, Muhammad Ajmal , Muhammed Salim Keezhatta

Abstract

For any matter, an individual responsibility to be heavily active when it comes to learning if they want to learn something and improve their learning efficiency for their good.  However, in Pakistan, the concept of learner autonomy has not been found in Pakistani universities, where the learner involve themselves in the study while they are studying a foreign language. English Literature has an impact of cultivating, exploring learner inner unique abilities but since we lack the concept of learning autonomy it has stopped the literature course to play its part. The researchers experimented at University of Lahore, Pakistan, in the classes of English Literature, with the purpose to bring out the inner ability of the learner, activating the learning autonomy in the student’s course. SPSS was used to examine the pretest which was taken before the experiment and the posttest which was done after the experiment. The result showed that activating learner autonomy in the teaching method in English literature can spark the learner inner ability to take a wide interest in the course while improving their methods to learn the course.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Shamim Akhter, Muhammad Ajmal , Muhammed Salim Keezhatta. (2020). A CASE STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNER AUTONOMY IN ENGLISH LITERATURE CLASSROOM. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 3063-3076. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1251