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THE LEARNER
AGE
Children (8-10)

Adolescents

Adults

Respond to meaning

Need to be valued

Find abstract rules
(grammar) difficult

...
LEARNER DIFFERENCES
• Aptitude and intelligence
• Good learner characteristics
• Culture bound
• Learner styles and strate...
NLP - Neuro-Linguistic Programming
VAKOG
• Visual

Olfactory

• Auditory

Gustatory

• Kinaesthetic
MI theory – Mutiple Intelligences
• Musical/Rythmical

• Verbal/linguistic

• Visual/spatial

• Bodily/kineasthetik
MI theory – Multiple Intelligences
• Logical/mathematical

• Intrapersonal

• Interpersonal

• Naturalistic

Emotional
Language Levels
• Beginner
• False beginner
• Real beginner
• Elementary
• Lower intermediate
• Intermediate
• Upper inter...
CEF – Common European Framework
A1 (elementary)

C2 (very advanced)

Levels described by ‘can do’ statements.

• How can w...
MOTIVATION
• Extrinsic Motivation

outside

• Intrinsic motivation

inside
Sources of Motivation
• Goal
• Society
• People around us
• Curiosity

• Affect
• Achievemnt
• Attitude
• Activities
• Age...
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  1. 1. THE LEARNER
  2. 2. AGE Children (8-10) Adolescents Adults Respond to meaning Need to be valued Find abstract rules (grammar) difficult Can discuss abstract issues Can engage with abstract thoughts Need individual attention and approval Need to be approved (teacher, peers) Know why and what they want to learn Learn indirectly Are more disciplined Enthusiastic and curious about the world Have expectations and set pattersn for leaning See, hear and touch Own life experience Like talking about themselves Critical of teaching methpds Have a limited attention span May be anxious or under-confident are good with pronunciation Fear their intellectual powers may diminish
  3. 3. LEARNER DIFFERENCES • Aptitude and intelligence • Good learner characteristics • Culture bound • Learner styles and strategies • Enthusiast oracular • Convergers concrete learners participator rebel conformists communicative learners
  4. 4. NLP - Neuro-Linguistic Programming VAKOG • Visual Olfactory • Auditory Gustatory • Kinaesthetic
  5. 5. MI theory – Mutiple Intelligences • Musical/Rythmical • Verbal/linguistic • Visual/spatial • Bodily/kineasthetik
  6. 6. MI theory – Multiple Intelligences • Logical/mathematical • Intrapersonal • Interpersonal • Naturalistic Emotional
  7. 7. Language Levels • Beginner • False beginner • Real beginner • Elementary • Lower intermediate • Intermediate • Upper intermediate • Mid intermediate • Advanced
  8. 8. CEF – Common European Framework A1 (elementary) C2 (very advanced) Levels described by ‘can do’ statements. • How can we use our awareness of learner differences in our lessons?
  9. 9. MOTIVATION • Extrinsic Motivation outside • Intrinsic motivation inside
  10. 10. Sources of Motivation • Goal • Society • People around us • Curiosity • Affect • Achievemnt • Attitude • Activities • Agency
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