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Levels of Learner Autonomyedited

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Navotas Polytechnic CollegeEducation DepartmentBachelor of Secondary Education major in EnglishEnglish 107: The Second Language ResearchA Mini-Research of Learner Autonomy of 2
Year BSE, English MajorStudents at Navotas Polytechnic College
Submitted to: Prof. Marco Meduranda
Submitted by: Arbolado, KevinClavero, LucilleJunco, EmieLerona, ArgentinaMendoza, NoreenSese, Shela MaeOctober 20, 2012
Levels of Learner Autonomy
If we cannot now end our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity.--John F. Kennedy
 Approximately there are 9 billion people around the world. Each of them isidentified by their uniqueness. There are no two persons in this world with the samefinger print. And none of these 9 billion people is same capability as to other.
Thenatural capacity of every organism to adapt to its environment is the reason of itsexistence. Scientifically speaking, human or Homo Sapiens are born also according to
its adaptation to the environment. That’s why human was able to survive for 
thousandsof years. In the field of Sacred Theology and Philosophy, man is born according to
Devine’s image
, therefore, unique among the other creations.
Individual differencesserve as our identity to one another. Thus, promotes uniqueness among people of theglobe. But there is one question lies within these differences. What is individualdifferences and how it affects to autonomy of a student/pupil learning ability?
Psychology has its own definition; it is the Differential Psychology, studies theways in which individuals differ in their behavior*. It is a truly remarkable way of nature,to have everyone in this world its own distinctive characteristic. Each one differs inmany different ways. Our body structure, height, weight, comprehension, ability, talent,personality, motivation, intelligence, ability, IQ, interests, values, self-concept, self-efficacy, and self-esteem (to name just a few). In the field of Pedagogy and Normal
Institution, we are most concern not only to what is/are the differences of everystudents/pupils to one another. But, how do their differences affect that acquisition of lesson and the learning of the subject. The peculiarities of every student in learningmight be one of the most effective ways to catch the attention of students. Many of 
these differences might affect both intrinsic and extrinsic, students’ capabilities of 
learning; most especially in language.
In every lesson plan there should be at least three objectives, which cover eachdomain, namely cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. Teachers should develop
students’ talents to adopt in every situation. Thus, by promoting
a student centeredclass room environment, the latest trend in 21
century, students will developed not onlypeculiarities but also their initiative in learning and cooperation; through respect of theindividual differences.
Education is looking forward to developed many strategies,
methodologies and techniques to ensure student learning. But, one’s development lies
within its prerogative. With many researches and studies that makes our 21st centuryunique from other.
capacity to learn and to know is depending to itsautonomy- willingness to acquire every thought.

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