Dimensión contextual y autonomía del aprendiente de lenguas

Iker Erdocia Iñiguez

Resumen


La autonomía es un constructo complejo con varias décadas de investigación en el área de aprendizaje o adquisición de lenguas segundas y extranjeras. La consideración que ha prevalecido en su construcción teórica ha sido la del ámbito individual del aprendiente. Este artículo se centra en un aspecto que ha recibido una menor atención en su tratamiento, como es la relación entre la autonomía del aprendiente de segundas lenguas y lenguas extranjeras [L2] y la teoría sociocultural. Por una parte, analiza la inclusión de la dimensión contextual en el estudio de la autonomía en el aprendiente de L2. Por otra, relaciona la autonomía con otros conceptos cercanos del campo de la psicología educativa con el fin de establecer la relación e influencia entre el contexto de aprendizaje y la autonomía del aprendiente. Por último, plantea posibles líneas y paradigmas de investigación en este sentido.


Palabras clave


Lingüística aplicada; adquisición de L2; Español Lengua Extranjera [ELE]; autonomía del aprendiente; sociocultura; psicología educativa; educación.

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