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Proceedings The 9th National English Language Teachers and Lecturers (NELTAL) Conference on “Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning” 2017 Malang, September 16, 2017

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Oleh : Department of English, Faculty of Letters Universitas Negeri Malang, General Collection of Other University
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Keyword : Language Teachers and Lecturers
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It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 9th National English Language Teachers and Lecturers (NELTAL) Conference hosted by the Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang. This year’s conference takes on the theme “Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning” due to the urgent need for language learners to develop learning autonomy and for teachers to be able to facilitate this.

The 9th NELTAL attempts to provide an academic forum where both presenters and participants can upgrade and refine their knowledge and skills as well as disseminate their insights and thoughts and share their best practices relevant to conference theme. It addresses key issues such as extensive listening and learning autonomy, extensive reading and learning autonomy, extensive viewing and learning autonomy, developing oral communication skills through out of class activities, creative writing and learning autonomy, explicit and implicit teaching of language components, linguistics creativity and learning autonomy, learning autonomy and literary appreciation, curriculum syllabus and learning autonomy, developing materials for autonomous learning, teaching strategies to improve learnersÂ’ autonomy, teachersÂ’ talk to promote studentsÂ’ learning autonomy, extracurricular activities to promote autonomous learning, Self-Access Center/Language laboratory and learning autonomy, assessing studentsÂ’ learning autonomy, perceptions of learning autonomy, effects of learning autonomy on language proficiency, studentsÂ’ learning preferences, the use of social media to promote learning autonomy, and developing multimodal literacy.

This year’s volume of proceedings consists of 32 papers written by English teachers from secondary schools and higher educational institutions. All the papers reflect the issues pertaining to the conference theme “Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning”. A team of editors have worked on editing the papers in terms of the language and mechanics.

We hope that this volume of proceedings will contribute to the body of knowledge on the development of language learning autonomy and can breed productive teachers and lecturers who will continuously write and present their academic work in various kinds of conferences and publications.

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It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 9th National English Language Teachers and Lecturers (NELTAL) Conference hosted by the Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang. This year’s conference takes on the theme “Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning” due to the urgent need for language learners to develop learning autonomy and for teachers to be able to facilitate this.

The 9th NELTAL attempts to provide an academic forum where both presenters and participants can upgrade and refine their knowledge and skills as well as disseminate their insights and thoughts and share their best practices relevant to conference theme. It addresses key issues such as extensive listening and learning autonomy, extensive reading and learning autonomy, extensive viewing and learning autonomy, developing oral communication skills through out of class activities, creative writing and learning autonomy, explicit and implicit teaching of language components, linguistics creativity and learning autonomy, learning autonomy and literary appreciation, curriculum syllabus and learning autonomy, developing materials for autonomous learning, teaching strategies to improve learnersÂ’ autonomy, teachersÂ’ talk to promote studentsÂ’ learning autonomy, extracurricular activities to promote autonomous learning, Self-Access Center/Language laboratory and learning autonomy, assessing studentsÂ’ learning autonomy, perceptions of learning autonomy, effects of learning autonomy on language proficiency, studentsÂ’ learning preferences, the use of social media to promote learning autonomy, and developing multimodal literacy.

This year’s volume of proceedings consists of 32 papers written by English teachers from secondary schools and higher educational institutions. All the papers reflect the issues pertaining to the conference theme “Promoting Autonomy in Language Learning”. A team of editors have worked on editing the papers in terms of the language and mechanics.

We hope that this volume of proceedings will contribute to the body of knowledge on the development of language learning autonomy and can breed productive teachers and lecturers who will continuously write and present their academic work in various kinds of conferences and publications.


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ID PublisherJIPTUNMERPP
OrganisasiGeneral Collection of Other University
Nama KontakDra. Wiwik Supriyanti, SS
AlamatJl. Terusan Halimun 11 B
KotaMalang
DaerahJawa Timur
NegaraIndonesia
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