Publication Type:

Journal Article


Elixir- Arts and Humanities, Issue May Issue (2013)


The classroom study forms the backbone of the language learning process for many learners. But it is the duty of the teacher to motivate students to engage in their self study. This paper examines four aspects of the learning process that self-directed learners are generally understood to be able to navigate: planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating; it then suggests ways in which teachers can foster these abilities in the language learning classroom. Teachers can help learners to assume more responsibility for their own learning and develop them as more effective language learners.

Cite this Research Publication

Dr. G. Saravana Prabu and C., C., “Self-Directed Language Learning”, Elixir- Arts and Humanities, no. May Issue, 2013.