Kinesthetic learners will read the end of a book to see if it is important to read the whole book. When it comes to performing, kinesthetic learners are very good because they always have movement. Students learn better by teaching other individuals what they have already been taught.
The edifier-student relationship that is established in the classroom directly affects students’ motivation and achievement in reading. An efficacious pedagogy provides an environment conducive to all students. This type of environment sanctions each student to feel comfortable engaging in the cognition process, without the trepidation of disconcertment or ridicule. Ford and Grantham (1997) provided results from a study which denoted that “negative edifier-student relationships decrease teachers’ motivation and prospects, and consequently, students’ motivation and achievement”
Learning styles used describes how a student consistently responds to and uses stimuli in the context of learning (Clarke, 2008). (VARK) Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing, Kinaesthetic (VARK) are different learning styles preferred by learner. Moreover, active learning engages and challenges children and young people thinking using real-life and imaginary situations. Learners, learn when they have the opportunity to think and talk together, to discuss ideas, question, analyse and solve problem without the constant mediation of the
Listening, as we always heard of, is one of the most important part in learning languages. Since we listen to native speakers of the language, podcasts, or audiobooks, we start to imitate and make sense of the tones, words, and the sentences in that language. Furthermore, by doing this regularly, we become used to hear and talk more smoothly and use the desired language in a more organized way. Reading comes next after listening. Reading children books and short stories by a method called language shadowing is one of the best ways to create the same tone and accent as the native speakers.
Generally, English language can be learned in two main ways: learning by himself, self-studying through different ways depending on individual preferences, and learning in class which has become an important source of knowledge because knowledgeable and experienced teachers are the main people who serve the students knowledge so the students will learn through the teaching of the teachers which is very important and useful for the students, especially for the students who learn a foreign language as a second language which is necessary for them to learn many skills to improve their language better and the teaching methods used to meet the needs and individual preference of the students is also important because it helps develop the learning skills of the students help us know and understand how each style is different in the way they
The second principle of learning is that the students’ current level of development interacts with the social, emotional, and intellectual climate of the course to impact learning. In this principle it shows us that the learners are not only intellectual being but also social and emotional beings. Climate can affect the development of the learners. It is said that many learners cannot learn will if they have negative climate and vice versa. Like the use of multi-sensory in teaching principle if there is coordination between our emotion and intellect the learner will learn many things from schools or even outside the schools.
One of the most important skills for teachers to develop is the ability to differentiate instruction. Differentiation involves modifying the content, process, product or learning environment to effectively address the variety of student interests, learning preferences, affective needs and readiness levels in today's classrooms. (Gould, 2004). Richerds (2016 ) points out that teachers who are skilled at communication, classroom management and appropriate discipline techniques create a positive learning environment. Although being well versed in your subject area is important, being able to communicate necessary skills and concepts in a way students can understand is crucial.
Teachers must be active both outside the class and inside the class (Wayne &Youngs, 2003). Therefore, there are a lot of factors that can affect them psychologically. In other words, by knowing about elements which affect teachers' characteristics and feelings, teacher quality can be controlled. In addition, students' achievement
Whenever I’ve told people that I’m studying to be a primary school teacher, their response was either, “I hope you like kids” or “You must have a lot of patience”, and almost always, with scared expressions on their faces. Now, both things mentioned are correct. If you don’t like kids, then you might as well study something else, because this job revolves almost entirely around them, but also, patience is key. However, these are not the only things necessary for being a teacher. Managing the classroom pretty much sums up everything.
Richard J Stiggins (1987) stated that “Performance assessments are valuable tools for measuring communication skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening” (p.34). This assessment is more valid compare to other method of assessment because it’s requires students to demonstrate what they know. Performance assessment is the direct observation. Teacher can observe their students during assessment whether they can perform a task or not. Students are