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    • How to learn English Language Laboratory Faculty of Medicine Brawijaya University
    • The Language Skills Receptive Productive Oral Listening Speaking Written Reading Writing
    • C. The facts about English II (5) English has official or special status in at least 75/ 195 countries, with a total population of over 2 billion. (6) English is spoken as a first language by around 345 million, and as a second language by around 300 million people in the world. From the British Council Website English Worldwide 3 The facts about English (1) 80% of the world’s electronically stored information is in English. (2) Three-quarters of the world’s mail is written in English. (3) 80% of Internet users communicate in English. (4) English is the main language of books, newspapers, airports, and air-traffic control, international business and technology, diplomacy, sport, international competitions, pop music, and advertising.
    • C. The facts about English I (1) 80% of the world’s electronically stored information is in English. (2) Three-quarters of the world’s mail is written in English. (3) 80% of Internet users communicate in English. (4) English is the main language of books, newspapers, airports, and air-traffic control, international business and technology, diplomacy, sport, international competitions, pop music, and advertising. (5) English has official or special status in at least 75/ 195 countries, with a total population of over 2 billion. (6) English is spoken as a first language by around 345 million, and as a second language by around 300 million people in the world. From the British Council Website English Worldwide
    • How to learn English well listening Reading speaking Writing others To learn English well, what should you do? Can you give us your advice?
    • How to learn English well listening Reading speaking Writing Listen to English songs Listen to the radio in English Always speak Englis in class Read the magazines and newspapers in English Write down the correct spelling and grammar next to the mistakes Othersothers
    • Work in pairs. Read the problems and give advice. Student A’s problems 1.It’s difficult to remember new words. 2.I can’t find my dictionary. 3.I want some information about Dietetics. 4.I want a new book to read.
    • Work in pairs. Read the problems and give advice. Student B’s problems 1.It’s difficult to understand TV programmes. 2.I left my homework at home. 3.I want to know where the park is. 4.I want to listen to some English music.
    • Learning to Learn EnglishH. Douglas Brown, Ph.D., American Language Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California 1. Don’t be afraid Sometimes we are afraid to speak a foreign language because we think we are going to make terrible mistakes and people will laugh at us. Well, the best learners of foreign languages try not to be afraid. They make game of learning. They are not anxious about making mistakes. And they sometimes share their fears with friends. You can do that too, and you will then feel better about yourself. 2. Dive in! Try to speak out! Try to say things in English! The best way to learn English is to speak it yourself. Don’t worry about perfect pronunciation or grammar; other people usually will not criticize you.
    • 3. Believe in yourself You have lots of strengths. You have already learned some English. You must believe that you can do it! Compliment your fellow learners on their efforts. Then maybe they will return the favor. 4. Develop motivation Why are you learning English? Make a list of your reasons for studying English. Those reasons can be your individual goals for this course. If you have your own reason for learning English, you will have better success. Learning to Learn EnglishH. Douglas Brown, Ph.D., American Language Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
    • 5. Cooperate with your colleagues You are learning language in order to communicate with other people. So, practice with other people and you will be more successful. Create your own conversation group. Try out new ways to communicate in that group. And, in class, remember your colleagues are your “team” members, not your opponents. 6. Get the “big” picture! Sometimes learners look too closely at all the details of language (words, pronunciation, grammar, usage). It’s OK to pay attention to those details, but it is also important to understand general meanings (the “big” picture). Maybe you don’t know the right words or grammar, but you can say things anyway. See movies in English. Read books and magazines for pleasure. Learning to Learn EnglishH. Douglas Brown, Ph.D., American Language Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
    • 7. Don’t worry if you are confused Learning English is a big task! Sometimes you will feel confused about all the things you have to learn in a foreign language. Try not to worry about everything all at once. Don’t try to learn all the rules right now. Ask your mentor questions about English. And try to learn a little every day. 8. Trust your “hunches” Sometimes people think they should analyze everything (grammar rules, word definitions) in their new language. The best learners do some analyzing, but they follow their best guesses, their intuitions about the new language. If they have an intuition that something sounds right, they will try it. So, the next time you feel that something is right, say it, you’ll probably be right, and, if you aren’t someone will give you some feedback. Learning to Learn EnglishH. Douglas Brown, Ph.D., American Language Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
    • 9. Make your mistakes work FOR you A mistake is not always “bad”. We all make mistakes learning anything new. Successful learners don’t worry about mistakes, they learn from them. They take note of their errors and try to correct them the next time. Some things you can do: • Make a list of your mistakes • Select grammar points to watch for • Tape-record yourself and listen for errors 10. Set your own goals Other people have usually so far set goals (assignments, homework, class work) for you. But you need to set your own goals, too. You can do that by doing the following: • Set aside a certain number of hours a week for extra study • Learn a certain number of words a day/week • Read a certain number of extra pages a day/week Take charge of your own learning! Learning to Learn EnglishH. Douglas Brown, Ph.D., American Language Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
    • The following are some of the thoughts of Indonesians about the English language. Tick the ones you personally agree with. Agree Don’t Agree 1. English can only be learned by those who knows its grammar …. and since that is very technical the majority of the people fail to learn it. 2. The simplest way to learn English is to read the dictionary everyday, and memorize ten words.
    • Agree Don’t Agree 3. It is a fact that whoever speaks English well can’t write well, and whoever writes well can’t speak well. 4. I avoid speaking in English because if I will make mistakes, people will make fun of me.
    • Agree Don’t Agree 5. The best way to improve your pronunciation is to read aloud. 6. It takes so long to translate what I want to say in my mind, that I give up.
    • Agree Don’t Agree 7. It is hard to find the right words to express my thoughts. 8. You must have been to many debates and other activities to really speak with confidence.
    • Agree Don’t Agree 9. Someone told me to watch English movies but they spoke so fast …. I couldn't understand anything so I stopped. 10. English is an international language and we have to learn it whether we like it or not.