Simplified rules with an interesting and appealing way can help pupils to memorize the rules better. ‘When To Kill Mr Y and Do SHOXZ Treatment’ is a self-developed bookmark to help the young learners to understand rules faster and master it for the correct use of Simple Present Tense.
Learning a second language is valuable for many reasons, three of which are: second language acquisition helps to preserve the heritage of the minority language, second language acquisition increases career opportunities, and lastly, bilingualism can improve one’s executive functioning.
This paper will trace the historical development of CALL, as well as explore the characteristics of computer teaching, which are the positive resources for second language learning at today’s universities.
Some governments around the world are interested in conserving children’s indigenous culture and educating them by including the indigenous people in the educational system. To achieve such an educational system, a process which consists of three parts is needed: creating Indigenous schools, preparing Indigenous’ teachers, and adapting school’s methods.
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One of the primary means to making learning accessible to all students is to work to facilitate a risk-free, positive classroom environment. Conveying to students that they are important and getting to know students is absolutely critical to creating a community of learners in the classroom (Tung, 2013).
In this article Olga Muranova (Oklahoma State University) will offer a glimpse at different ways and examples of using focused freewriting and student live stories at EFL/ESL lessons organized for different categories of learners (including secondary school and university students, as well as adult learners) in different teaching contexts.
With the growing emphasis on assessment, many educators are seeking ways to help ELLs develop Academic English writing skills as well as identifying strategies for assessing their writing progress. This article includes practical tips that can be implemented in an English Language Classroom of beginning or struggling ELLs.