Strategies to Develop Student Autonomy and Their Relation with Foreign Language Achievement
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The major aim of this study is to find out whether cognitive, metacognitive and social strategies can lead to develop student autonomy in foreign language achievement. The researcher argues about the strategies that are useful to develop student autonomy and explores their relations with foreign language achievement. Considering this aim in the mind, the study was conducted with a total of 150 ELT students. Simple random sampling technique was used to choose 150 students for this study. The subjects (students) display variety in gender and age.The research design of this study is comparative and correlational. The purpose of the study is to find out correlation between student autonomy and their foreign language achievement and indicate the effects of variables gender and age on strategy use. This study is also descriptive and infrential based on a survey research conducted. Moreover, the study can be considered as a quantitative research.