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Indd 16 9/1/2008 6:51:57 AM Language Learning Strategies in Independent Language Learning 17 with the learning context. This approach relates closely to the ﬁndings of White (1995) that distance language learners need to be able to manage the process of language learning based on their understandings of how they learn best; they then draw on this understanding to set up learning experiences which are favourable, though not necessarily ideal. A different approach to learner training comes from Harris (2003) who explores the interesting question of how best to provide strategy instruction for adult distance learners in Europe.
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A Teacher's Guide to World War One: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by Emily Berry