An Evaluation of a Student Resource Centre
AbstractThe use of Student Resource Centres to support L2 students' language learning is a very recent pedagogical innovation at the post-secondary level in language-teaching institutions in Canada. In this study the author reports very briefly on how to set one up and, then, goes on to survey student opinion on the role of self-directed learning in learning a second language. Information on topics such as type and suitability of material used, frequency of use, relation of self-study to classroom teaching gathered through a series of questionnaires and formal and informal interviews is analyzed and interpreted in a descriptive manner. The paper concludes with comments on the role of self-directed learning in L2 teaching and learning.
How to Cite
Courchêne, B. . . . . . . . . . . (1992). An Evaluation of a Student Resource Centre. TESL Canada Journal, 9(2), 99–116. https://doi.org/10.18806/tesl.v9i2.606
Resource Centres/Centres De Resources