The difference between learning a 1st language and a 2nd language is great. Did you know that part of this difference is due to the fact that our brain reacts differently to first and second language acquisition? Learns more about language acquisition versus language learning.
This comprehensive guide to the English language verb tenses lists all English tenses and includes progressive tenses and passive voice as well. Furthermore, it offers help with common problems for ESL students.
Do you have problems in math? Don’t know how to calculate interest rate? It’s easy. Learn how to calculate interest rate in three easy steps.
Are you prepared for the severe consequences of neglecting gifted educational tracts in your school? Read about possible pitfalls and get tips on how to avoid them.
Do you have a special child in your class, a student who might be gifted, but you are not certain? Learn about signs for giftedness to help with identifying gifted students as early as possible.
Find out how you can teach your Spanish students some interesting facts about the Spanish speaking countries throughout the world in a fun way with this fun lesson!
The German language has been changing greatly during the past years. Many Germans would rather use an English word with a similar meaning instead of a German word. What is the cause?
Did you know there are five different skills that should be taken into consideration when assessing your students’ performance in second language acquisition? Find out about them!
Have you ever wondered why young children can learn unknown words and phrases so quickly if they hear them somewhere? Do you know the best time to begin teaching a second language to your child?
This article provides answers and explains the link between age and second language acquisition.
There are several language acquisition methods: watching DVDs, reading books, and language courses in foreign countries. This article analyzes the pros and cons of each method.
This article attempts to explain and analyze the approaches to language acquisition and give tips on how teachers can use these results in their lessons.
What is language acquisition? Have you ever posed this question? Thought about it? This article tries to provide an answer by looking beyond vocabulary sheets and grammar exercises.
Bilingual children tend to learn new languages faster than children with only one native language. If you have bilingual children in your class who are new to the language you are teaching, this article will help you use the advantages these children have in language development