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Abstract: How to assist in getting English language learners help by building strategies into your lessons, and using these tools to create vocabulary and increase fluency. Scaffolding Instruction for English Language Learners As in any good building, if you want to begin properly, you need to build a solid foundation that will support it through the construction process. Similarly, if you want a student to build a foundation of knowledge, you need to construct a base
All around the world , students of all ages are learning to speak English , but their reasons for wanting to study English can differ greatly. Some students only learn English because it is on the curriculum at primary or secondary level, but for others , studying the language reflects some kind of a choice .Many people learn because they have moved into a target- language community. Many people learn English because they think it will be useful in some way for international communication and travel. The purposes students have for learning will have an effect on what it is they want and need
There is a crucial factor in determining whether a learner will be successful in their language learning and that is our beliefs.
The Effect of Using Information-Gap Tasks on Iranian EFL Pre-Intermediate Learners' Lexical Development: The major aim of this study is to find out whether there is any relationship between the use of information-gap tasks in the classroom and Iranian EFL learners’ lexical development. For the purpose of this study five different kinds of information-gap tasks were chosen and practiced with the experimental group.
Have you ever wondered why children seem to be able to learn to speak English a lot faster than adults? The reason is mainly because they don't have the fear associated with learning a new language that adults have.
Language immersion is a program where a foreign language is used as the language of instruction in school. In partial language immersion, only 50-80% of a given school day is in a foreign language. In full language immersion programs and international study abroad programs, students eat, sleep, and breathe the language they are attempting to learn, and so the language is picked up much more quickly. The curriculum that the student follows will still be the sam