Being able to go back and forth to different speaking, writing and reading languages is what helps children learn better focusing skills. Starting at an early age they have the ability to mimic the native pronunciations which helps in learning another language easier. Learning a second language helps challenge your brain by teaching it to recognize, negotiate meanings, and communicate in different language
Abstract Learning second language is like a nightmare for everybody. Even we afraid of it, we want to know the second language utterly, either fluency of speaking or using appropriate vocabulary. From the past to the present, there are lots of techniques or approaches to learn the second language in the best way. As we know that culture is the integral part of the language. So, in order to be successful in learning, we have to understand and know the target culture.
If I used this sentence to start my talk, others could better follow my logic by understanding my main argument and expecting what I was going to say. In addition, I was practicing making a thesis statement and concluding my ideas each time before I talked. This process helps me write an essay with
In understanding and organizing learners should be able to order or classify the information, contrast and compare, pay attention to relevant details, explain cause and effect, as well as summarize. This is an important step where learners explore the text and its details to be able to understand it and manage it. The language focus may lie on ordinal numbers, for example, or learners ability to retell a story in the past or present using sequence words or descriptive adjectives, as well as give reasons with because or provide examples using reported speech (Beaumont 2010). In interpreting, on the other hand, learners can finally examine the text deeper, make inferences or hypothesize the reasons of the events and interpret meanings, however still relying on the information provided in the
I can also see how confusing it could be when learning academically as well. Learning a language is one thing but understanding what the text is trying to portray is a whole different, more complex skill. As future educators, it is so important for us to keep this in mind when teaching English language learners. They may be able to read and pronounce words, but we must make a point to reassure ourselves that they understand what they are reading/saying
But if there is not enough time, students need to focus on the patterns of the language usage or careful about the accuracy of the language pattern essentially. (Dulay and Burt, 1978 cited in Krashen, 1987, p.16). 3. Know the Rules. The knowledge of the rules is conditional and necessarily
In this case, I am going to be that more advanced speaker and what I have to do in the classroom (in order to help my students) is to speak slowly, make emphasis in key words, say the same things (like instructions) in different ways, use simple grammatical structures, paraphrase, etc. This is to communicate a clear message and help them to understand another language without translating word by word. In order to carry out a specific approach it is important to have a clear design to focus the planning in certain objectives. I want to help my students to develop oral communication skills, to diversify methods and forms of classroom practice, to increase learner motivation and also to improve overall target language competences. This will be organized depending on the course and the level.
Manylanguage students may feel worried about the level of their language. This often prevents them from speaking or taking in the language at all. In addition, many learners tend to monitor their use of the language too much, focusing more on accuracy than fluency which in turn prevents them from using the language in a communicative manner As both the acquired and the learned languages saved in the left hemisphere of the brain so it requires a proper monitorfor the utterances in a particular language. When the acquired languages are saved in an area of the brain, it is saved with a proper rule. It becomes a natural order.
In contrast, we should use different methods to engage the students in acquiring a language. Infantilization, in fact, remembers us the first language acquisition. In this process, we learn subconsciously and naturally, and the parents help us to acquire our first language. In some other scenarios, in which there is a teacher, the work done in class is mostly communication oriented: the teacher talks with the students like they are conversating at home. So, in that way, the student feels free from anxiety, stress and grade point while speaking without being afraid of making mistakes.