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David M. Palfreyman
David M. Palfreyman
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Learner autonomy across cultures
D Palfreyman, RC Smith
Palgrave Macmillan, 2003
2782003
“A funky language for teenzz to use:” Representing Gulf Arabic in instant messaging
D Palfreyman, M Khalil
Journal of computer-mediated communication 9 (1), JCMC917, 2003
2232003
Introduction: Culture and learner autonomy
D Palfreyman
Learner autonomy across cultures, 1-19, 2003
1782003
Social context and resources for language learning
D Palfreyman
System 34 (3), 352-370, 2006
1482006
Othering in an English language program
D Palfreyman
TESOL quarterly 39 (2), 211-233, 2005
1172005
A funky language for teenzz to use
D Palfreyman, M Al Khalil
The multilingual internet: Language, culture, and communication online, 2007
1052007
Family, Friends and Language Learning Beyond the Classroom: Social Networks and Social Capital in Language Learning
DM Palfreyman
Beyond the Language Classroom, 2011
752011
Expanding the Discourse on Learner Development: A Reply to Anita Wendon.
D Palfreyman
Applied Linguistics 24 (2), 243-48, 2003
622003
The ecology of learner autonomy
DM Palfreyman
Social Dimensions of Autonomy in Language Learning, 2014
572014
Introduction: Learning and teaching across cultures in higher education
D Palfreyman
Learning and teaching across cultures in higher education, 1-7, 2007
512007
Academic biliteracies: Multilingual repertoires in higher education
DM Palfreyman, C Van der Walt
Multilingual Matters, 2017
442017
The representation of learner autonomy and learner independence in organizational culture
D Palfreyman
Learner autonomy across cultures, 183-200, 2003
402003
'This is my life style, Arabic and English': students' attitudes to (trans) languaging in a bilingual university context
DM Palfreyman, A Al-Bataineh
Language Awareness, 2018
322018
The socio-cultural construction of learner autonomy and learner independence in a tertiary EFL institution.
D Palfreyman
University of Kent at Canterbury, 2001
282001
Bringing The World into the Institution: Mobile Intercultural Learning for Staff and Students
DM Palfreyman
Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile-Assisted Language …, 2012
232012
‘How I got it in my head’: Conceptual models of language and learning in native and non‐native trainee EFL teachers
D Palfreyman
Language Awareness 2 (4), 209-223, 1993
211993
Autonomy and Its Role in English Language Learning: Practice and Research
DM Palfreyman, P Benson
Second Handbook of English Language Teaching, 661-681, 2019
152019
Learner autonomy and groups
DM Palfreyman
Autonomy in Language Learning and Teaching: New Research Agendas, 2018
152018
a.(2003).“A funky language for teenzz to use:” Representing gulf Arabic in instant messaging
D Palfreyman, M Khalil
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 9 (1), 0-0, 0
15
Assessing learning styles of students at Zayed University
T Rahal, D Palfreyman
Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives 6 (2), 2-35, 2009
132009
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