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Below you can find the table of contents:
1 The rationale for SACs
How ca SACs benefit language learning and teaching?
2 Linking classroom and SAC
How can the classroom and the SAC be successfully linked?
3 The challenges of SACs
What are some of the challenges faced by SACs?
4 Cultural aspects of ILL
Is Independent Language Learning suitable for all cultural contexts?
5 Activities in the SAC
What types of activities are the most common in SACs?
6 Materials for the SAC
What kind of materials are used in the SAC?
7 Online resources
What kind of online resources are available for independent learning?
9 Advising and learner training
What other types of support are offered in SACs?
10 Assessing learning
What types of assessment can be conducted in the SAC?
11 Managing a SAC
What are the key elements for managing a SAC?
12 Schools without a SAC
How can elements of a SAC be introduced in a classroom?