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4 Tips For Teadwmgy
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Uygulayabileceğiniz 4 Strateji


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Uygulayabileceğiniz 4 Strateji

  1. 1. ALWAYS LCARNlNG 4 Tips For Teadwmgy Y0lM/ lg/ Lean/ Lory Young learners need to feel confident and supported as they learn a new language. One of the ways to support young learners as they reach beyond their comfort zone is to teach them strategies that will help them become independent learners of English. These strategies are ways of learning and practicing the language that will give young learners tools to help them feel empowered in their own learning. Encourage students to: 1. Learn to Follow Models Students do not start out as independent Ieamers. They need the teacher to model the language or teach the vocabulary. Instructions should be as clear and simple as possible. Activities also need to be shown for students to know how to do them. 2. Ask Questions Encourage students to be sure and ask questions when they do not understand something. It is very important for students to feel comfortable about showing they do not understand something and to get clarification as this will only help their learning progress. Teach them that no question is a “dumb” question. 3. Make Mistakes! Encourage students by letting them know it's alright to make mistakes. Teach them that they will learn from what they do “wrong, ” and that it is part of the learning process! As students become comfortable making mistakes and accept that this is normal, they can learn with less self- consciousness and challenge themselves more. This is particularly important when learning a language, because so much depends on oral production and dialogues which will have to include “mistakes” in pronunciation, word usage, and so on. The sooner students learn that mistakes are a natural part of learning the faster they can progress! 4. Think, Think, and Think Again! Students can get caught up in mindless repetition or rote practice without really thinking about the meaning of the activities or language they are using. Encourage students to really think about and discuss the context of their language, why they are using it, and the meaning of it as much as possible. www. pearsonlongmamcomlprimaryplace 1