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.
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
Does your native language play a significant role in your learning of a second language? Students will often recognize many similarities between their native language and the language they are learning. This has the potential for increasing learning as well as causing errors.
“How can you learn a foreign language?” This question is answered by a number of diverse theories on acquiring language. Some of the more popular theories on acquiring language are briefly introduced and discussed in this article.
BICS is almost always the first component of language that you learn. You learned them before developing your first language, and must do so when studying new languages. So what are they and why are they so important to your language learning?
Both new and experienced teachers have their own way of sharing knowledge. There are tips and strategies which are generally accepted as constructive in the classroom. This article describes a few strategies which will surely help you out.
This article explores the issue of Asperger’s second language acquisition; when and how to teach a second language to a young person with Asperger’s Snydrome. Read on to learn about Asperger’s Syndrome and how to teach effectively to a person with this syndrome.
A set of active games intended to get your students up and moving while increasing their language comprehension and vocabulary. Kinesthetic learning games can help some of your class with the way they learn most easily.
From primary school levels and secondary school to post-secondary education, computer literacy skills are more important than ever before. The 21st century, the Digital Age, is in full swing, but where are you? Have you missed the boat, so to speak? Here we detail what to do if you’re still behind.