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concern English language teaching and learning, the focus of the paper is autonomy in relation to adult English language learners. The question the present research aims to answer is how autonomy has been conceptualized, and what characterizes adult

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for instrumental reasons ( Ryan & Deci, 2000 ). Within the context of language teaching, several studies (e.g.,  Gheralis-Roussos, 2003 ; Kim & Kim, 2016 ; Kyriacou & Kobori, 1998 ; Menyhárt, 2008 ; Mifsud, 2011 ; Topkaya & Uztosun, 2012 ) have

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for the Special Issue on Adult L2 Learner Autonomy of Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation

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English and teacher education in both Hungary and Britain. Her research interests include pragmatics, English as a lingua franca, and English language teaching. Contact details: Department of English Applied Linguistics, School of English

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Adult L2 learner autonomy The idea of this special issue on adult autonomy in the field of second-language teaching and learning was born in response to shifting sociocultural and educational circumstances that have taken place

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interviews with the learners, the importance of a free choice of conversation topic. In connection with tailoring language teaching in response to the individual preferences and needs of the learner, John elaborated on how the freedom he is given motivates

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affect their classroom practice? In A. J. Martínez (Ed.), Emotions in second language teaching . Cham, Switzerland : Springer . 10.1007/978-3-319-75438-3_8 Dörnyei , Z

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second language acquisition . Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum . Dörnyei , Z. , & Csizér , K . ( 1998 ). Ten commandments for motivating language learners: Results of an empirical study . Language Teaching Research , 2 ( 3 ), 203 – 229 . 10

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in a FL, usually English, on the Internet or in the printed media. Although the literature on FL acquisition and language teaching methodology abounds, little has been written about Deaf FL learning. The edited volume by Kellett Bidoli and

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volunteered for the interviews in response to an e-mail recruiting Hungarian English language teachers who were willing to share their ideas about their language-teaching experience. An important issue to highlight here, which might have an effect on the

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, J . ( 2008 ). Revisiting problems with foreign language aptitude . IRAL – International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching , 46 ( 2 ), 113 – 136 . https://doi.org/10.1515/iral.2008.005 . 10.1515/IRAL.2008.005 Sasaki , M . ( 1993

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