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2015 | 8 | 54-81
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The use of the internet in developing learner’s autonomy

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Many teachers are interested in various innovations and enhancements in the field of education. They are profoundly convinced that the process of teaching / learning languages should be modified and enriched in order to meet both global challenges and students` growing expectations. There is an abundance of teaching / learning techniques, methods, strategies, and suchlike. However, everyday observations (at least in the Polish educational system) emphasize that the most widespread model of teaching foreign languages is instructing, drilling, telling what and how to do, ordering to memorize vocabulary. There are a few reasons excusing such a model, for instance, insufficiency of financial means supporting Polish education or reluctance to try out innovative teaching / learning models. On the other hand, in order to be reserved in leaping at inferences, it is reasonable to admit that there are more and more teachers who take advantage of new, more effective teaching aids, methods, solutions or models have been more and more noticeable.
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54-81
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  • Faculty of Humanistic, University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz, 26 Sterlinga Street, 90-212 Lodz, Poland, a.talkowska@wp.pl
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