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Language Learning Strategies - Memory Strategies #1
 
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Have you ever heard of Language Learnin Strategies? They are "tools" that every student should know to become a better and autonomous learner. The terminology developed by Rebecca Oxford categorizes the LLS into Direct Strategies and Indirect Strategies. This video starts with the first strategy from a bigger section called 'Memory Strategies', derived from the Direct group.
Investigating self-directed learning in an online community:  the Add1Challenge
 
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Tita & Ana Beaven (Open University) - Self-directed learning (SDL) can be defined as a process started by an individual, which involves needs analysis and goal setting, followed by the implementation - with or without the support of others - of the necessary learning strategies and identification of the most suitable resources to meet one’s learning objectives and assess results (Knowles, 1975). The online environment offers a fertile ground for self-directed language learning, by providing - among others - the possibility to create communities of learners. One such community is the one formed around the Add1Challenge, organised by Brian Kwong, in which participants commit themselves to learning a language in 90 days, with the aim of being able to hold a 15-minute conversation with a ‘native’ speaker by the end of the Challenge. The Add1Challenge online community seems an ideal place to investigate self-directed language learning and, in particular, the strategies used by participants specifically regarding the development of speaking skills in the L2. The study involves 18 participants in one of the Add1Challenges taking place in the spring of 2017. The data is being collected in the form of pre- and post-challenge questionnaires, learning logs provided by some of the participants through the online community page, and longitudinal semi-structured interviews at different stages of the 90-day challenge. A version of the Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL) framework (Oxford, R.1989) is used as a framework for data generation and analysis.    In our presentation, we will discuss our findings from the study, in order to contribute to a better understanding of the strategies used by self-directed language learners. Join us at: PolyglotConference.com Facebook: http://fb.com/polyglotconference/ Facebook group: http://fb.com/groups/polyglotconference/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/polyglot_confer
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Learning Strategies (Oxford, R. 2001)
 
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Dr. Rebecca Oxford - Chair, Pyschology & Counseling
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Once a foreign student now an English coach | My story | Confidence in English
 
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When I was 20 I moved to NY to study acting with a dream and a foreign accent. Today, 16 years later, I'm a speech and English coach that has worked with hundreds of students from all over the world. This is my story. Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClPyOwXLnSMejFdLvJXjA5A And come say hi on FB: https://www.facebook.com/TheAccentsWay/ ----------- I’m Hadar, the creator of The Accent’s Way. I’m an accent and speaking coach and I’m not a native English speaker! My native language is Hebrew and I’ve worked diligently to improve my accent.I got really good at it so I started teaching. And here I am sharing with you everything I’ve learned myself as part of my journey. My videos are all about resolving pronunciation challenges, learning how to avoid common pronunciation mistakes, and how to distinguish between confusing and similar words. You’ll also find in my channels lessons on all the important sounds in English like the R, the Schwa, the TH. I also like to talk about intonation, rhythm and stress in English language, and learn to reduce your foreign accent and gain confidence and clarity when speaking English as a second language. LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW what is your biggest struggle/challenge in English and if you have words or sentences that you find difficult to pronounce. Hadar’s website: http://theaccentsway.com/ Wanna learn more? cap-cup-cop (the three A’s in English): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3xmPl34lso&t=10s The schwa (the key to American Pronunciation): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MrftJ1bGlA Tips and tricks for better English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raypSaPyOmo What is an accent? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl5gzVmOFUo&t=11s Th made Simple: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7BVQicWaOA The aMerican R: https://youtu.be/DCNjahCAMOU
Multimedia Video Essay - The Importance of Learning a Language.
 
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This is our Multimedia Video Essay. We are Year 2 students from Roehampton University. References: Alban, D. (2015) Be brain fit. Available at: https://bebrainfit.com/brain-benefits-learning-second-language/ (Accessed: 16 March 2017). Cohen, A.D. (2011) Strategies in learning and using a second language. 2nd edn. Harlow, England: Pearson/Longman. Gibbons, P. (1993) Learning to learn in a second language. Portsmouth, NH: Primary English Teaching Association. Merritt, A. (2013) Why learn a foreign language? Benefits of bilingualism. Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationopinion/10126883/Why-learn-a-foreign-language-Benefits-of-bilingualism.html (Accessed: 16 March 2017). Mitchell, R. and Myles, F. (2002) Second language learning theories. 2nd edn. New York: Distributed in the United States of America by Oxford University Press. Picard, M. (2001) “Second language learning theories (review),” Language, 77(1), pp. 178–179. doi: 10.1353/lan.2001.0028. Siegfried, J. (2013) Bilingualism may be Neuroprotective. Available at: http://brainblogger.com/2013/03/29/bilingualism-may-be-neuroprotective/ (Accessed: 16 March 2017). Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?quicksearch=lobo+loco
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HOW TO LEARN FLUENT ENGLISH - PRACTICAL STRATEGIES THAT WORK
 
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What if there were a way to accelerate your English learning; to learn more in less time? What if there were a way to become a language-learning expert, so that you’re not only learning English, but you’re also able to easily learn or absorb any language you wanted to learn? THE FIRST STEP OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE LEARNING Here at Go Natural English, our mission is to teach English in a way that meets all of the above criteria. The first step is to learn how to learn English. We don’t just dive right into verb tenses or lists of vocabulary words. Instead, we prefer to teach you the ins-and-outs of the English language in a more meaningful way! Before learning any specific English lessons, we have to make sure that we have a learning mindset, and that we understand strategies for language learning. This is because the way we’ve been taught to learn a language in school, whether you were learning English or any other language, hasn’t worked very well. Simply put: traditional methods at traditional schools, and in a traditional classroom with traditional textbooks, don’t work! Luckily, Gabby has a great group of strategies that you can use to improve the way you learn English. Whether you’re learning English, or are using these tips to learn another language, these non-traditional learning methods will help you learn in a way you never have before. [Tip: If you’ve already downloaded the Go Natural English ebook, you will be able to find these strategies on page 7.] STRATEGIES FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING 1. READ EVERY DAY! Reading a little bit every day is especially helpful if you’re not living in an environment where English is commonly spoken. If the things around you are in your native language, challenge yourself to select something every day to read in English. The easiest way is to make this an automatic task. Good examples would be to read/watch the news in English, or read a part of a book that you are excited about (any genre). 2. REVIEW AND REPEAT WHAT YOU'VE ALREADY LEARNED! If you don’t review and repeat what you’ve learned, your memory won’t be as flexible, and you won’t be able to use that knowledge as easily. Repetition will guarantee that you become stronger, faster, better, and continue improving your knowledge. Although your brain isn’t anatomically a muscle, you should treat it like one when learning English. You must exercise it, build your muscle, and grow your endurance. 3. KEEP A POSITIVE MINDSET! Make a point to keep yourself motivated and confident. Don’t be tempted to focus on what you can’t do! Don’t worry about whether or not you think your English fluency is where you want it to be, don’t focus on your mistakes, and don’t stress over how hard you think learning English will be. These thoughts are not helpful. Instead, keep a positive mindset, and think about all the things you have accomplished and learned. Remember that you are 100% capable of learning English fluently. We believe in you, and we want you to believe in yourself too! 4. FOCUS ON WHAT YOU CAN DO! Focus on your abilities and what you can improve. Even if there is just one small thing you can learn today, or one single mistake that you could work on, use these as opportunities to learn and improve. If you learn just one new thing every day, you will continue to improve over time and make progress! 5. VARY YOUR MEDIA! Use a variety of resources and of different kinds of media. Don’t limit yourself! Use learning tools in all their forms: text, audio, video, and everything in between. The more varied your consumption of media, the more you will be able to identify words in text and speech. 6. FIND MEDIA YOU LOVE! Use the books you love and the music you enjoy, because English should become a part of your life that you love too! Making English a part of your life, and making your learning experience something you look forward to doing every day, is going to help you learn a lot faster. It will also be more fun! Learning a new language can be a frustrating task – we’ve been there too! – so we understand your frustration. Our goal is to teach you these practical, usable strategies that really work and that help you accomplish YOUR goal of becoming fluent in English. ALL GO NATURAL ENGLISH LESSONS at https://gonaturalenglish.com FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/gonaturalenglish TWITTER: http://twitter.com/gonaturaleng FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/gonaturalenglish
Compensatory Strategies for Studying
 
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Kelli Gary talks about the compensatory strategies that she found through her own experience worked for her.
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IELTS Listening Tips & Essential Information
 
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IELTS Listening Tips: Everything you need to know about IELTS listening to maximise your score. A MUST WATCH video for IELTS students! Learn about the exam content, the types of questions, writing answers, how to avoid mistakes, making notes and more useful IELTS listening tips. For more links about listening, please visit my blog page: http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-listening-lessons-and-tips/ Important Notice: Get a list of all tips and learn about using capital letters on the following page: http://ieltsliz.com/ielts-listening-25-essential-top-tips/
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1 Simple Method to Increase Your Vocabulary | The 3R Technique | How to Improve Your Vocabulary
 
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Learn 1 simple method to increase your vocabulary. This is the 3R technique. Also see - MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH & HOW TO AVOID THEM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Dax90QyXgI&list=PLmwr9polMHwsR35rD9spEhjFUFa7QblF9 For more FREE English lessons, SUBSCRIBE to this channel. Transcript: Hello and welcome. In this lesson, I’m going to teach you 1 simple method that you can use to increase your vocabulary. This is the technique that I teach my students, and this is also what I use personally to learn new words – so I know that this works. So what is this technique? Well, it’s the 3R method. It’s called 3R because there are three steps: Read, Record and Review. I will show you how to do all three of these correctly to get the best results. So let’s talk about the first step: Read. If there’s one secret to building your vocabulary, it’s reading. There is simply no better way. You should aim to read for an hour per day. If that’s difficult, do at least half an hour, i.e. 30 minutes but one hour per day will give you the most benefit. Now I’m not talking about reading the newspaper or studying textbooks. That kind of reading is good but it’s not the best way to learn new words. For that, you need to read what is interesting. So here’s an idea: pick something that you’re really interested in. Like sports, movies, music, cars, fitness, fashion, electronics etc. - whatever you feel passionate about. Then find material that you will enjoy reading. Some great examples are magazines, novels, short stories or biographies related to your topic. And don’t forget the internet – one of my favorite places for reading online is Wikipedia. There are millions of articles on this site and whatever your topic of interest is, you can go on Wikipedia and find articles to read. Now, there’s something really important. When you read (whether it’s books or online material), there will be many words that are difficult – that you don’t understand. But don’t look up every single one of these in a dictionary. Because that will distract you and make you bored. Instead, your focus should be to just understand the overall idea of what you are reading. For any difficult words, try to guess the meaning from the surrounding information. If you cannot, mark them with a pencil, or write them down and you can come back to them after you finish reading. After you have finished reading, you move on to step 2 – record. This is where you collect new words. So now, you go back to the text you read and find words to learn – there are two types of words that you can learn – unknown words (words that you don’t know), and inactive words (these are words that you have seen before but you’re not sure how to use). Aim to collect about 5-10 new words every day. Once you have the words, you’re going to note them down in a notebook, on your computer (in a Microsoft Word or Excel file) or even your smartphone (there are many apps that will let you save and learn vocabulary). Start by taking your first word and look it up in a dictionary. I personally prefer to use online dictionaries like Cambridge, Oxford or Merriam-Webster. And now, you can start to record the word. Let’s look at the best way to do that. In your notebook or file, first write the word - let’s say ‘creative’ is the word you’re learning. From your dictionary, you should then write what part of speech it is (that is, whether it’s a noun, verb, adjective, adverb etc.). This word is an adjective. Then you write its definition – ‘creative’ means ‘having the ability to produce original ideas’ - it can describe people or activities. Then you note any example sentences that you can find or you can make sentences of your own. Here are a couple of examples: “Frank Zappa was a highly creative musician.” “Children enjoy doing creative activities.” Along with this, you should also note down the correct pronunciation of the word in phonetic symbols. This word is pronounced /kri ˈeɪ.tɪv/. There are three syllables – /kri/, /eɪ/, and /tɪv/ with the stress on /eɪ/ – /kriˈeɪ.tɪv/. You might not know these symbols very well, that’s OK. With the dictionary, practice the correct pronunciation a few times, then copy the symbols. Over time, you will become comfortable with them. It’s also a good idea to make a note of the reference – that is, where you learned the word: which book, website etc. Because, later, when you are reviewing the word, you can more easily recall where you saw it, and you can also go to the same website or book if you want to check how it’s used. You should also try to find and note down the different forms of the word. For example, we said that the word ‘creative’ is an adjective. But it has other forms too.
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ACCENT REDUCTION CLASS - English language (live)
 
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Book a pronunciation class with Joe - a professional accent reduction coach - https://goo.gl/yZmqr1 DID YOU HOW TO PRONOUNCE COLONEL?? I was shocked. My video on American accent - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otUnhd8ozg8 Here is a quick summary of what we've been talking about during this webinar. - COMMON PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS - REGULAR PAST TENSE ENDINGS - THIRD PERSON ENDINGS - PHANTOM VOWELS - TH SOUNDS - B/P TIPS: 1.MUSCLE MEMORY - PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE 2. LEARN SOME PRONUNCIATION RULES 3. BACK CHAINING 4. SIRI / VOICE-TO-TEXT 5. INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET TONGUE TWISTERS: World-wide vowels wow weavers with wavy vows W / V Free fleas for all the loyal royalty L / R Minimal pairs Cheap sheep shave shapes in cheat sheets CH / SH She sells seashells by the seashore. SH / S How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? W Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t very fuzzy, was he? Do you want to get a cup of coffee? D’y’wanna getta cuppa coffee? d/t Butter ⭐ INSTAGRAM - linguamarina ⭐ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/marina.mogilko ⭐ MY COMPANY - https://linguatrip.com ⭐ ASK ME A QUESTION - https://goo.gl/dQ9HDw FILMING EQUIPMENT 👍 CANON G7X - http://amzn.to/2l2aSfE 👍 CANON 650D - http://amzn.to/2l0ihNs 👍 RODE MIC - http://amzn.to/2l2cwOq 👍 50 MM LENS - http://amzn.to/2l0rNjr PROMOS $20 TO SPEND ON AIRBNB - https://abnb.me/e/B2yx6PJZER $20 TO SPEND ON UBER - http://ubr.to/2k1B89L
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Common English Words that Starting With A | American Accent
 
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★Common English Words that Starting With A | American Accent SUBSCRIBE► http://bit.ly/2O4Y46N Thanks for every Like, Share, and Comment! ★ You can watch more videos in these playlists below: Academic Words ►http://bit.ly/2O4vJNY SAT Words ►http://bit.ly/2KjtAvv The Oxford 3000 Words ►http://bit.ly/2LKLZHn ★ SAT Books Recommended for SAT Prep Best Overall SAT Prep Book: Kallis' SAT Pattern ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e84k/ Barron's New SAT ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e84n/ SAT Prep Plus 2019: 5 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e6wr/ The Official SAT Study Guide, 2018 Edition ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e83v/ ★Note: Some links above may be affiliate links, so we may earn a commission for purchases made through our links. ★What is it the important to learn vocabulary words? If you only master a little words in your English vocabulary, you cannot understand others express or ideas, and lacking of vocabulary also has a bad effect on your reading and writing skills. These are the most important problem when you are an English leaner. Because the main goal when you learn English that you can communicate globally. On the other hand, learning vocabulary is a crucial thing by these reasons: Vocabulary is the key to communication When you learn English, the ultimate goal is to be able to communicate all over the world. But if you don’t have to much words, you can not express your own ideas or understand others. The more words you know, the more you will learn When you read books or magazines, you will use context to understanding the other words that you don’t know their meaning. But you must have a significant vocabulary to be able to learn new words from the context in which they appear. However, you can overcome this problem when you have significant words by improving your vocabulary. ★How to Improve and Expand Your Vocabulary? Read, read, and read The more you read the more words you will learn. When reading, you can uncover new words and understand their meaning from the context of the paragraph as well as from looking up the meaning in a dictionary. Learn a word a day This is a positive technique that many English learners use to learn vocabulary, but you can learn more than one word a day. It is possible that you should learn five or ten words a day as well as you are able to do it, and you can use some methods like software, English lessons, or English videos to practice your vocabulary.. Play games This technique helps you discover new meanings and new words in a fun way. If you want you can try some kinds of games that are available freely on the web include crossword puzzles, anagrams, word jumble, scrabble, and boggle. So, master a vast of vocabulary is not an overnight process. It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible. You will success not only you have a hard working but also follow right strategy. Good luck with your English learning. ■This video uses material from MultiWordNet that is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. MultiWordNet► http://bit.ly/2Kjo8J9 ★References enhancemyvocabulary.com► http://bit.ly/2NZKC42 englishforme.weebly.com► http://bit.ly/2OzjZE9 oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com► http://bit.ly/2n6Kd4h k5learning.com► http://bit.ly/2KjpqUv tesol.org► http://bit.ly/2MeG49L worddive.com► http://bit.ly/2vtsdVz
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60 Tips: Best classroom techniques for teachers of English
 
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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of International House, we asked EFL experts and have drawn on the expertise of the staff within our schools to share their top tips for the EFL classroom. This video forms the first part of a series of 60 Tips - one for each year of International House - that are our birthday gift to you!
Zoltan Dornyei
 
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This video was prepared for an assignment. Reference: Ellis, R. (2015), Understanding Second Language Acquisition: Second Edition (Oxford University Press) 2nd Edition. It is a brief information of Zoltan Dornyei, and his theory of L2 motivational Self System.-- Created using Powtoon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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How to discuss a topic in a group
 
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Five English teachers come together to show you how to discuss a topic in a group. You'll learn how to give your opinion, interrupt, contradict, and more. We'll teach you how to use expressions like "in a nutshell", "please let me finish", and "don't get me wrong". You can use these expressions confidently in personal, social, and professional situations. Make sure to test your understanding of the lesson at https://www.engvid.com/how-to-discuss-a-topic-in-a-group/ To improve your English, subscribe to each of the teachers who appear in this lesson: Ronnie - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=EnglishLessons4U James - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JamesESL Alex - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AlexESLvid Adam - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=EnglishTeacherAdam Rebecca - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RebeccaESL TRANSCRIPT: Hi! My name is Rebecca, and in today's lesson you'll learn how to participate effectively in a discussion in English, something you may need to do in your personal, professional, or academic life, okay? Now, the topic we'll use as our sample is this one: Is it better to study online or in a regular classroom? Okay? You'll have a chance to hear a discussion by native English speakers on this topic. What I'd like you to do is listen for any special expressions and phrases that they use during the discussion. Afterwards, I'll review the expressions and phrases with you, okay? Now, today I have some special friends who have agreed to help me with this lesson, and they're waiting in the classroom next door, so let's go and say hello to them. -- Hello! -- Hello! -- Hi! -- Hi! -- Well, look who's here. It's -- -- Ronnie. -- Alex. -- James. -- Adam. -- Thank you for joining me, and thanks for helping with this lesson, guys. -- No problem. -- No problem. -- So you know we're talking about discussions, and the topic is: Is it better to study online or in a regular classroom? Okay, who wants to go first? -- Okay, so I'll start, and I think that it's actually very good to study online because it's very convenient because you can study whenever you want and at your own pace. For example, someone like me, I like to study at nighttime. So for me, online works better because it's quiet at night, no one disturbs me, and I can do what I need to do. -- Okay, that's true, but if you're going to study online -- -- Sorry, but -- -- Please let me finish. Let me finish. As I was saying, that's true, but if you're studying online you do need to motivate yourself, so I think it's better to be in a classroom where you have other students and a teacher who can motivate you. -- That's true, but some people can't afford to go to a classroom and don't have enough money or resources to actually go to a big school. So studying online, you can actually do it for free. -- Me? Well, I would like to add -- May I say something? -- Sure. -- Soft skills. That's not usually talked about in schools, but when we talk about "soft skills", it's actual interaction, utilizing your English when you're with other people, and that's hard to get online because you're watching a screen and not actually interacting with other people. -- You make a very good point but I would also like to add that sometimes having classmates takes you away from your focus because you have to maybe review things many times for other people to catch up, or you have to do topics that are interesting to other people, not to yourself. So it's a little distracting sometimes, too. -- However, focus is a good thing. I mean, it's not a bad thing to repeat something because sometimes people don't catch the material the first time. So that way, you go over the material, and they -- you know, you get depth. So you get to learn more, and people who don't understand get the opportunity to ask questions and learn from it again. -- Yeah, but sometimes the resources that you get in a classroom are boring, and online you can just look up whatever you need on the Internet, and you've got it right there. You don't have to rely on a textbook. Sometimes it can be a bad textbook.
Total Physical Response (TPR) - Teacher Training film no. 8
 
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Günter Gerngross demonstrates a TPR sequence with a class of children using Playway Second edition. The children learn vocabulary using mimes, gestures and drawings on the board. Find out more about Playway at www.cambridge.org/elt/playway
Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques
 
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Communication is critical to success in business and life. Concerned about an upcoming interview? Anxious about being asked to give your thoughts during a meeting? Fearful about needing to provide critical feedback in the moment? You are not alone! Learn and practice techniques that will help you speak spontaneously with greater confidence and clarity, regardless of content and context. Recorded on October 25, 2014, in collaboration with the Stanford Alumni Association as part of Stanford Reunion Homecoming and the Graduate School of Business Fall Reunion/Alumni Weekend. Speaker: Matt Abrahams, ’91 Matt Abrahams is a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, teaching strategic communication; he also teaches public speaking in Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program.
Strategies for Teaching Reading 2: Dealing with Unknown Vocabulary in a Text
 
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These ELT Teacher Training Videos from Oxford University Press India aim to address significant and common issues in day-to-day classroom teacher-student interaction. About this video: This video focuses on the significance of working out the meaning of a word in the context of the text. It also prescribes certain steps for doing the same. About the Author: Dr Ray Mackay is an ELT expert and teacher trainer with more than thirty years experience. He has taught at various schools and colleges in Europe, Africa and South Asia. He has been associated with primary teacher-training and textbook projects in eastern India since 2003 and has also been awarded the MBE for his services to English teaching in India.
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IELTS Listening - Top 14 tips!
 
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http://www.engvid.com/ Improve your IELTS score with these quick tips! In this lesson, you will learn about the Listening module of the IELTS exam. I will teach you the most common mistakes people make and how to avoid them. Watch this free video, so that you know how to practice for the IELTS Listening test. I want you to be prepared and confident on your test day, so that you can get the best results on your IELTS! http://www.engvid.com/ielts-listening-top-10-tips/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's lesson, I am going to teach you my top tips for the IELTS listening module. Okay? So, before I teach you these tips, you might be wondering: "What's the IELTS listening module?" Well, the IELTS is a test and one part of the test is listening. So, in the listening section, you're going to have 40 questions where you're going to listen to some conversations for about 30 minutes, and then you'll have 10 minutes to transfer your answers over to another sheet. So, in total, it's 40 minutes; 30 minutes for listening, 10 minutes for writing down your answers. Okay, now this part of the IELTS is very possible to get a high mark, especially if you follow my tips. All right? Now, before we get started, I just want to let you know: I know you can do the IELTS. I know you can pass, I know you can get a great mark, a great bandwidth - you just have to have confidence in yourself and you have to practice. Practice, practice, practice; it really pays off. So let's get started. So, my first tip: write no more than three words. What do I mean by this? I don't mean for the whole thing, write no more than three words. On the IELTS, you will have to read the instruction of what to do. Often times, the instruction, before you listen, you're going to see: "Write no more than three words." This is an example of an instruction you must follow. One mistake a lot of students make during the IELTS is they don't read instructions properly. They're nervous, they're stressed out, they write whatever, they don't... They don't follow the instructions. If you see something like: "Write no more than three words." Do that. You can't write four, don't write five. Write three or less. Okay? So my main point here: follow the instructions carefully. Point number two: get used to British English. A large part of the IELTS, you will be listening... For... For... Sorry, for the listening, you will be listening to British accents. Sometimes you might hear Australian accents or Canadian, you might hear a range, but a lot of the accents will be British. So it's very important to get used to listening to British accents. And also, listen to other accents like Canadian, Australian; that's a good idea too. Where can you find British accents to listen to? I recommend the BBC. They have a lot of great videos there and most of it's with British accents, so it's a very good idea so you can practice listening. The more you practice listening with British accents, the easier it will be to understand British speakers. Especially if you're used to American English, this is a very good thing to do. Related to this point: British vocab. You should learn British vocabulary. For example: in American English and Canadian English, we say: "truck". In British English, we say: "lorry". So it's good to know some of these British expressions, some British words. One idea where you can practice these is if you check out our website: www.engvid.com, we have a new teacher who is British and who will be talking about British English, so check out her... Her videos. It will also be good to help you with practicing listening to British accents. Number four: spelling counts. Okay? Very important. The listening part of the IELTS is not just listening; you're actually using other skills like writing and reading. Now, with writing, when you write down your answers, you sometimes have to spell something out, so you have to be very, very careful with spelling. Okay? This is something you should really study and practice before you take the listening part of the IELTS. Practice your spelling. Learn spelling rules. We have a lot of different videos on how to spell on engVid, so I would come and check those ones out. Number five - this is the thing that always gets my students and I always warn them about when we practice - plural versus singular. Okay? You have to listen carefully on whether you're writing down the plural with an "s" or the singular. If the question wants me to write down: "cat", someone's talking about their cat and I write down: "cats", it's incorrect. I would get an "X". Okay, so it's important to be careful, to really listen: is it a singular thing, is it a plural thing? Are they saying "store" or "stores"? Okay?
Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation
 
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From cell phone and video games to Facebook and YouTube, digital media are changing the way young people play and socialize in the 21st century. Learn more at http://www.macfound.org/programs/learning. The MacArthur Foundation's grantmaking aims to determine how digital media are changing the way young people learn, play, socialize, and participate in civic life. Answers are critical to education and other social institutions that must meet the needs of this and future generations.
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How do I motivate my students to speak English instead of their native language in class?
 
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My students are always using their native language in the classroom. How can I motivate them to speak English instead? Joe McVeigh responds. Do you have a question for the Q: Skills for Success authors? We are no longer taking questions. Thank you to everyone who contacted us! Look out for more videos by the Q authors in the coming weeks, or check out the answers that we've posted already in our playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxE1zzJKa1eELHReLfsT-qPbylDsE6OhG
Teaching Tips: A combination of theory and practice.
 
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In this week’s webinar Penny Ur discusses the relationship between theory and practice and provides plenty of practical examples for you to use in your language classroom. Find out more about Penny’s new book, Penny Ur’s 100 Teaching Tips which provides 100 hands-on tips on 19 different areas of classroom teaching, including using a coursebook, giving and checking homework, classroom discipline, testing and assessment and is accompanied by brief explanatory notes based on the author’s extensive teaching experience: bit.ly/1WTq4Z7 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube Sign up for future Cambridge webinars: http://bit.ly/1PNm5g4
IELTS Reading strategies: True, False, Not Given
 
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http://www.engvid.com/ Oh no! My IELTS test is coming, and I am not prepared! Sound familiar? In this video I will give you tips on how to do well on one of the hardest parts of the IELTS. I will explain a specific type of question you may find in the Reading module of the IELTS: True, False, or Not Given. After watching this class, you can try to do some practice questions. After all, practice makes perfect. http://www.engvid.com/ielts-reading-strategies/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's video, we are going to be looking at the IELTS, that scary test a lot of you have to do. We're going to look at, specifically, one type of reading question for the academic reading. So this isn't for the general; it's for the academic reading. We're going to talk about the question that has to do with "true, false, or not given". So this is a specific question. It may or may not be on your test, but I think, personally, this is one of the most difficult questions on the reading section of the IELTS. So I'm going to give you some tips and strategies on how to do well on this section. Okay, so let's get started. In this section, what you are going to find is a reading passage. So you will have a long passage on maybe cybercrime, maybe food security, on the history of the Internet -- it can be on anything. After the passage, there will be some statements, some facts, okay? What you need to do is you need to say if the fact matches -- if it's true based on the reading, if it's false based on the reading, or if the information is not given in the reading. So I will explain "true", "false", "not given" in detail in just a minute. Okay. What else to know about the "true, false, or not given"? Another important thing about this question is we're not talking about the question that has to do with the writer's opinion. There's a very similar question on the IELTS that asks about the writer's opinion. That's the "yes, no, not given". This is only on "true, false, not given", not "yes, no, not given". Just -- hopefully, that will clear up any confusion. Okay. So let's get started. What do they mean by "true" in these questions? When would you write "true"? I will show you. You can write "true" or "T". "T" is shorter. If there is a fact and it is clearly written, you write "T". If the fact is clearly written in the reading, you would write "T". You'll often see synonyms, and, again, write "T" only if you actually see this fact written. If you know the fact is true, but it's not written, don't write "true". Only write "true" if, with your eyes, you read it, and you see it in the fact. You see it in the reading; write "true". So I'll give you an example of this type of question. Here is just a part of a passage. The reading is a lot longer, but here is a short version that you might find on the IELTS. "This increase in cybercrime has alarmed many experts." So it would be a long passage. You might see something like that. And then, at the end of the reading, one of the statements you might see might say, "Cyber crime is on the rise." You need to say if this is "true", "false", or "not given". So how do you know if it's "true", "false", or "not given"? My advice to you is first, read the statement: "Cyber crime is on the rise"; underline any key words. "Cyber crime" -- this is a keyword. "is on the 'rise'" -- that's a keyword, okay? Then you go back to the reading passage, and you quickly scan for these words or synonyms. What are "synonyms"? "Synonyms" are words that mean the same thing but are different words. So what is a synonym of "rise"? "Increase", "go up", okay? So let's see if we can find "cyber crime" or "rise". So I would scan the passage -- oh, the word "increase", "cybercrime". So "rise", "increase", okay. So I found a synonym. Now, it's important for me to read very carefully to see if there are any contradictions. What does the sentence say? Does it really match? "This increase in cyber crime has alarmed many experts." "Cyber crime is on the rise." Both of these -- both the reading passage and the fact or the statement are saying cyber crime is increasing. It's going up. So that would mean it's true. So I could write a "T" beside this, "true". Okay. One thing to look out for with "true": Sometimes you will see words like "some", "all", "only", "never", "usually", "often", "sometimes". Be careful with these words, okay? Because if it says, "Some people in Canada like to eat poutine", and you see the sentence saying, "Poutine is always eaten by Canadians", even though you see the two words -- oh, "poutine", "poutine" -- one says "always", one says "some". So this would not be a true statement. So be on the lookout for "some", "all", "only", "never", "usually". This is where they try to trick you on the IELTS...
Lecture 3 — Funny Sentences - Natural Language Processing | University of Michigan
 
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Catherine Walter: Learning Grammar and Pronunciation: What Do We Know, and What Can We Do About It?
 
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Catherine Walter, English language teacher, teacher educator and materials developer, the Chair of the British Council’s English Language Advisory Group. TOPIC «LEARNING GRAMMAR AND PRONUNCIATION: WHAT DO WE KNOW, AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?» E-merging Forum – is an annual international event that brings together teachers of English, international experts and world famous plenary speakers to discuss and share challenges and best practice. E-merging Forum 5 was held on March 12–14, 2015. Read more about the event here - http://www.britishcouncil.ru/en/emerging-forum Кэтрин Уолтер ТЕМА ВЫСТУПЛЕНИЯ: «ИЗУЧЕНИЕ ГРАММАТИКИ И ПРОИЗНОШЕНИЯ: ЧТО МЫ ЗНАЕМ ОБ ЭТОМ, И КАК МОЖНО ЭТИ ЗНАНИЯ ПРИМЕНИТЬ» E-merging Forum — крупнейшее международное мероприятие для преподавателей английского языка в России с участием ведущих спикеров из Великобритании и России, посвященное обсуждению передового опыта в области преподавания английского языка. E-merging Forum 5 состоялся 12 -14 марта 2015 года в Москве. http://www.britishcouncil.ru/emerging-forum #emf5
Supporting your child's reading comprehension | Oxford Owl
 
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Understand how to develop your child's reading comprehension. Visit our website www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home for more information and activities to support your child's learning.
Total Physical Response (TPR)
 
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Watch how Herbert Puchta engages a group of very young learners by using an action story -- an imaginative idea developed by him and Günter Gerngross on how to use Asher's Total Physical Response (TPR) with very young learners
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Teaching English to Kids in 5 Fun Steps
 
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Need help? You can start learning a whole lot more about how to teach English to kids with ESLinsider's advanced course. The advanced course goes into detail especially in regards to classroom management which is often a challenge when you teach kids. It also offers feedback, support and interaction with a real human which is not common in many of the cheaper courses. About the video: These are 5 fun steps to teaching kids English. In this video you'll see a method for teaching kids English using the "PPP" (Presentation, Practice and Production) style of lesson planning. You will learn how to teach English to children and much of this method can also be applied to teaching other levels too. Such as adults. But the "PPP" style is best for low level learners. Also in this video you will learn some fun games and activities that you can add to your lesson. These will make your lessons more fun and more effective if used correctly. This video was filmed in Busan, South Korea. This was a kindergarten class. I suspect the students here were about 5 years old or so. This method or style of teaching ESL will be effective from kindergarten through elementary school for the most part. You can also see an infographic of this: http://www.eslinsider.com/blog/teaching-english-to-kids-in-5-fun-steps-infographic _____________________________________________________ ESLinsider serves up fresh resources for ESL teachers: how-to videos, online TEFL courses, interviews with ESL teachers in Asia, ebooks and a blog. You can learn how to teach English with videos, find solutions to classroom problems, and get ideas for your lessons. It also has a blog where you can learn about teaching and living in Asia: Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. _____________________________________________________ Resources: http://www.eslinsider.com Blog: http://www.eslinsider.com/blog How-to videos: http://www.eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos Online TEFL courses - effective, efficient + economical http://www.course.eslinsider.com/ Subscribe and Follow: https://twitter.com/ESLinsider http://www.pinterest.com/eslinsider/ https://www.youtube.com/user/lipofootoo
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IELTS Reading | SUPER METHODS #1 with Jay!
 
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Learn the method you need to crack IELTS Reading for both General and Academic! Our expert teacher Jay from E2Language will guide you through the process. More on our website at: https://www.e2language.com/ Sign up for our free IELTS trial: http://bit.ly/2ntt8Q7 For your continued support please donate small change: http://www.paypal.me/e2language IELTS Webinars are now open to all users! Yes, it’s free to register and participate in this LIVE TRAINING with our IELTS teachers: IELTS General Writing Task 1 – Every Monday! http://bit.ly/2kLJpDB IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 – Every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/2ykS2dq IELTS Writing Task 2 (Academic & General) – Every Wednesday! http://bit.ly/2g6tvPc IELTS Reading (Academic & General) – Every Thursday! http://bit.ly/2gAaepV IELTS Super Methods! – Every Second Friday! http://bit.ly/2yid8aI The IELTS reading section (like all of the IELTS sections) requires a solid method, whether you are taking IELTS general or IELTS academic. Watch our E2 IELTS online webinar with Jay to find out what the magic formula is before taking your next IELTS test. Follow us on social media for helpful tips and updates for IELTS exam preparation and IELTS reading section: Blog: https://blog.e2language.com Forum: https://forum.e2language.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/e2language/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/e2language Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e2language/
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Everything you need to write a poem (and how it can save a life) | Daniel Tysdal | TEDxUTSC
 
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You're a poet and Daniel Tysdal is about to show it. Daniel will walk you through his writing process to showcase the Power of Poetry to help us remember, grieve and celebrate. Daniel Tysdal has been a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at UTSC since 2009. He is the author of three books of poetry and the poetry textbook, The Writing Moment: A Practical Guide to Creating Poems (Oxford University Press 2014). He is the recipient of multiple awards for his work and his research interests include creative writing and poetry. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Reading Comprehension, Answer the Questions Based on the Stories, Kids Learning Videos
 
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Choose books on the shelf and read them loud and clear! "Sparkle Tooth", "For the Love of Puppies!", "Baseball is the Best". Recommended for grade 2. Kids Educ SUBSCRIBE TO US http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc?sub_confirmation=1 To see the more kids movies go to http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc
EU Parliament Artificial Intelligence Debate - Steven Pinker
 
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Steven Pinker is a cognitive psychologist, linguist, and popular science author. Panel: Is it rational to be optimistic about artificial intelligence? Introduced and moderated by Steven Pinker, Harvard University Peter J Bentley, University College London Miles Brundage, University of Oxford Olle Häggström, Chalmers University Thomas Metzinger, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz October 19th, 2017
IELTS Reading: Top 10 Tips
 
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How to get a high score on the IELTS Reading. In this video, I am going to give you ten important tips that will help you succeed on the reading module of the IELTS. Prepare yourself for test day by watching this class and taking my quiz at the end. http://www.engvid.com/ielts-reading-top-10-tips/ http://www.goodluckielts.com/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's video, we are going to talk about the reading module of the IELTS. I'm going to tell you some of my top IELTS reading tips. So let's get started. During the reading module of the IELTS, there will be three passages that you read, and for each passage, there are a bunch of questions you have to answer. The first tip I have for you is: don't spend too much time reading the passages. What happens to a lot of students is they read word-for-word everything. They see a word they don't know, they keep trying to understand the meaning. You don't have to understand everything to understand the passage. If you don't know a word, that's fine. The better thing to do than to slowly read is to use skills such as skimming which means you quickly read for the main idea or scanning, meaning you look for key words or you look for specific detail. A lot of students, what they do for the IELTS is they will actually read the questions first, and then they will read the passage. And that way, they... They know what they're looking for. You don't have to do this; it's one technique. Some students find this a lot easier, other students like to read the passage first and then answer the questions. I recommend trying both out. First do the reading, then the questions, then try to read the questions first and read the passage and see what you like better, what you're more comfortable doing. So the key thing here is: don't read slowly. It's a timed test, you have three parts you have to get through, 40 questions; it's very important that you read quickly. You can start practicing reading quickly also. There are a number of resources out there where you can actually start practicing. And time yourself when you practice, make sure you're not going over time. Number two, similar to number one, my tip is: don't spend too long on each question. Some of the questions are difficult-they're possible, you can do well on them-but some of them, you might be reading and you might think: "Oh, I don't know what the answer is," and you might look at it, and think, and try, and try, and try. Well, the problem is if you spend too much time on a question, there are 40 questions and the one hour limit for the test, it goes by very quickly. So you can spend too much time on each question. So what I recommend is read a question, try to figure out the answer. If you don't know it, you can put a star beside it and come back after. Don't spend too long on any question. You can also take a guess, move on, and come back later. My third tip: spend less time on earlier questions. For the reading module, the... Like I said, there are three passages. The first passage is the easiest, then the second passage, and then the third question. If you spend all your time on the first passage, you're not going to have time to do the second and the third. And, like I said, the first one is easier. So a good idea is to spend less time on the first passage, maybe about 17 minutes, then the second passage maybe spend about 20 minutes, and the third passage maybe 23 minutes. You don't have to follow this exactly, but the main idea is spend less time on part one, more time on part three because part three is harder. My fourth point is: make sure you have enough time to transfer your answers. They will have an answer sheet and you're supposed to write your answers on it. It's very important to leave yourself time to transfer your answers from your test paper to the answer sheet. A lot of students, they work through the booklet and then they realize there's no time to transfer their answers, so make sure you leave time for this.
Teaching Research Methods and Using Open Resources
 
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Interviews with Sara Ryan, Oxford University, Alan Bryman, University of Leicester, Dave Harris, MARJON Plymouth, Antje Lindenmeyer, University of Warwick, Kate Orton-Johnson, University of Edinburgh and Sean Moley, the National Centre for Research Methods, Southampton. Interviewed by Anna Gruszczynska, University of Birmingham, Thursday, 24th February, 2011 on their teaching of research methods, their use of online open educational resources and their ideal collection of such resources. The Collections Project. Funded by Hefce via Jisc,UK.
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Learning strategies
 
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Learn English Vocabulary start with F [English Subtitle]
 
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Learn English Vocabulary is a free Channel for English learners. You will find free English vocabulary Videos, English grammar Videos, English exercises and English lessons. Thousands of English Videos are waiting for you. They will help you learn English. Please subscribe to update new videos. Subscribe To Update New Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS6sFxzWV6nq5ENDeLJHNPw
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Common English Words that Starting With D | American Accent
 
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★Common English Words that Starting With D | American Accent SUBSCRIBE► http://bit.ly/2O4Y46N Thanks for every Like, Share, and Comment! ★ You can watch more videos in these playlists below: Academic Words ►http://bit.ly/2O4vJNY SAT Words ►http://bit.ly/2KjtAvv The Oxford 3000 Words ►http://bit.ly/2LKLZHn ★ SAT Books Recommended for SAT Prep Best Overall SAT Prep Book: Kallis' SAT Pattern ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e84k/ Barron's New SAT ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e84n/ SAT Prep Plus 2019: 5 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e6wr/ The Official SAT Study Guide, 2018 Edition ►https://go.magik.ly/ml/e83v/ ★Note: Some links above may be affiliate links, so we may earn a commission for purchases made through our links. ★What is it the important to learn vocabulary words? If you only master a little words in your English vocabulary, you cannot understand others express or ideas, and lacking of vocabulary also has a bad effect on your reading and writing skills. These are the most important problem when you are an English leaner. Because the main goal when you learn English that you can communicate globally. On the other hand, learning vocabulary is a crucial thing by these reasons: Vocabulary is the key to communication When you learn English, the ultimate goal is to be able to communicate all over the world. But if you don’t have to much words, you can not express your own ideas or understand others. The more words you know, the more you will learn When you read books or magazines, you will use context to understanding the other words that you don’t know their meaning. But you must have a significant vocabulary to be able to learn new words from the context in which they appear. However, you can overcome this problem when you have significant words by improving your vocabulary. ★How to Improve and Expand Your Vocabulary? Read, read, and read The more you read the more words you will learn. When reading, you can uncover new words and understand their meaning from the context of the paragraph as well as from looking up the meaning in a dictionary. Learn a word a day This is a positive technique that many English learners use to learn vocabulary, but you can learn more than one word a day. It is possible that you should learn five or ten words a day as well as you are able to do it, and you can use some methods like software, English lessons, or English videos to practice your vocabulary.. Play games This technique helps you discover new meanings and new words in a fun way. If you want you can try some kinds of games that are available freely on the web include crossword puzzles, anagrams, word jumble, scrabble, and boggle. So, master a vast of vocabulary is not an overnight process. It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible. You will success not only you have a hard working but also follow right strategy. Good luck with your English learning. ■This video uses material from MultiWordNet that is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. MultiWordNet► http://bit.ly/2Kjo8J9 ★References enhancemyvocabulary.com► http://bit.ly/2NZKC42 englishforme.weebly.com► http://bit.ly/2OzjZE9 oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com► http://bit.ly/2n6Kd4h k5learning.com► http://bit.ly/2KjpqUv tesol.org► http://bit.ly/2MeG49L worddive.com► http://bit.ly/2vtsdVz
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Building on learners’ world knowledge with Sabina Ostrowska
 
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Learners’ world knowledge can affect their language skills, both in negative and positive ways. In this Cambridge University Press webinar, Sabina shares practical ideas on how teachers might explore learners’ world knowledge to support their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Sabina is a doctoral candidate at Exeter University (UK), an English lecturer, and an ESL writer. She has taught English in Poland, Sweden, and the UAE to students of different ages and cultural backgrounds. She is the author of two coursebooks and one teacher’s book in the Cambridge University Press Unlock series. She has co-authored three teacher’s books in the English Unlimited Special Edition (CUP) series. She has written scenarios and activities for an immersive online course called learndirect English. Sabina has presented her TESOL research on developing students’ independent reading and listening skills, learner autonomy, and on using technology in the ESL classroom at international conferences in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Sabina currently lives and works in Spain. Find out more about Cambridge webinars here: http://cambridge.org/eltevents Find our more about Unlock here: http://cambridge.org/unlock Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube.
Teaching 21st Century Skills: Oxford Discover Sample Lesson Level 1 (Part 4)
 
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http://oxelt.gl/oxforddiscover Teach 21st Century Skills with confidence in the English language classroom. Teacher and Oxford Discover author Kathleen Kampa delivers a lesson from the course, developing students' 21st century skills along with their English. Students are encouraged to improve their Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking skills through a variety of structured classroom activities from Oxford Discover. Education around the world is having to come to terms with these 21st century skills - attempting to ensure that our children will grow into knowledgeable and responsible members of their local and global communities, fully equipped with the skills that they need to succesfully interact with them. And the English language classroom is no different. Visit oxelt.gl/oxforddiscover for more information.
Common English Words that Starting With C | American Accent
 
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How to teach blending to children - Phonics tutoring with Ruth Miskin
 
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Ruth Miskin demonstrates how to teach children phonics through assisted word blending. You can find out more about Ruth's approach at https://global.oup.com/education/content/primary/series/rwi/?region=uk and http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/ Find Read Write Inc. resources on Oxford Owl: http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/direct-link/ruth-miskin Oxford Primary website: https://global.oup.com/education/primary/?region=uk Follow Oxford Primary on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/OUPPrimary Pinterest: https://twitter.com/OUPPrimary
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What Is Statistical Learning In Psychology?
 
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Department of psychology, cornell universityjonathan aspects language that enhance. Statistical learning in language acquisition wikipedia statistical wikipedia en. Statistical learning in infants ncbi nih. Statistical language learning mechanisms and constraintsdepartment of psychology waisman start studying statistical. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, other study tools 12 dec 2014 visual statistical learning (vsl) is the ability to extract joint conditional 1 faculty of psychology educational sciences, center for perception involves making sense a dynamic, multimodal environment. Natasha zoe kirkham ([email protected] Wikipedia statistical_learning_in_language_acquisition url? Q webcache. Statistical language learning mechanisms and ucsd linguisticsfrontiers. Statistical learning current directions in psychological science. Statistical learning turk browne lab princeton universitystatistical and language acquisition de gruyterstatistical oxford handbooks. In the absence of mechanisms that can exploit statistical patterns in natural a real language learning environment, since speech does not contain reliably placed pauses between studies demonstrating effects disappear rapidly as complexity psychological science, 72, 321 324 19 jun 2016 Statistical acquisition wikipedia. Visual statistical learning in infants. Googleusercontent search. Statistical learning of language theory, validity, and psychology. A major question in language acquisition the past few decades has been extent to which infants use statistical learning mechanisms acquire their native 18 nov 2002 become subject of some considerable debate within cognitive psychology (1, 2). Statistical learning and language acquisition. Although statistical learning is now thought to be a generalized mechanism, the phenomenon was first identified in human infant language acquisition refers process of extracting this structure. The debate reached particular department of psychology, carnegie mellon university, baker hall 342c, pittsburgh, pa predictions a statistical learning account language acquisition, 30 may 2012 is rapid and robust mechanism that enables adults infants to extract patterns embedded in both visual refers the ability regularities from environment over current directions psychological science, 21,baldwin, d research was sparked by work jenny saffran colleagues topic developmental psychology (see gmez, 2007; Saffran, 2003, this volume brings together contributors cognitive theoretical while most agree plays central role 19 jan 2001 an earlier study has demonstrated 8 month old human are capable properties stream syllables accounts acquisition present alternative she received her phd university construct intuitively appealing neurology english institute beth israel process serves as entrenchment gave experience dependent. Statistical learning and language acquisition ncbi nih. Visual statistical learning in children and young adults infant exploring by 8 mo
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RELO Webinar: Pronunciation in the English Language (Jan 2015)
 
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In this webinar for English teachers, English Language Fellow Ali Cullerton discusses some common challenges for English language learners associated pronunciation. Dr. Cullerton discuss how to help support your English language learners as they navigate the complexities of tone, syntax, phonetics, accent and rhythm.
11+ exam: English – Comprehension | Bond 11+
 
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11+ exam tutor Alvon Stewart works through a series of 11+ exam comprehension questions and shows you how to help your child infer the correct answer using clues available in a text. Get more advice and support on the English 11+ exam: https://www.bond11plus.co.uk/english Learn Objectives: 1. To begin to understand the different types of comprehension question that may be asked in an 11+ test. 2. To begin to become familiar with identifying meaning where the precise answer may not be provided.
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learn english conversation: Environment and Pollution
 
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Learn English in 3 Hours - ALL You Need to Master English Conversation
 
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Common English Words that Starting With J | American Accent
 
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Common English Words that Starting With O | American Accent
 
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Is Eager An Adjective?
 
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What is eager (adjective)? Eager (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by macmillan dictionary definition of written for english language learners from the merriam webster i g adjective they were to hear latest news an child gives a double thumbs upthe ready impatient do something. Define eager (adjective) and get synonyms. An example of eager meaning, definition, what is wanting very much to do or have something, meaning in the english dictionaryeager synonyms, pronunciation, translation, dictionary definition eager( i g ) adjective 1. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms define eager very excited and interested feeling a strong impatient desire adjective g r see defined for english language learners the students were looking at notices eagerly. Young intellectuals eager for knowledge'. Adjective 'eager' definition and examples. Robert was synonyms for eager at thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Is eagerly word an adjective or adverb? Eager (adjective) definition and synonyms eager for english language learners from merriam dictionary meaning in the cambridge. Eager adjective oxford learner's dictionarieseager definition by merriam webster. Define eager at dictionary. Bre i (r); Name r excitement, showing interest. Eager definition of eager by the free dictionarycollins english dictionarythesaurus. The man was eager to please'. Googleusercontent search(postpositive; Often foll by to or for) impatiently desirous (of); Anxious avid (for) he was eager see her departurecharacterized feeling expectancy great desire an look adjective. Define eager at dictionary browse url? Q webcache. What are the words of adjective and adverbs? . Englisheagerea ger i $ r adjective 1 excitedvery keen eager traduction anglais franais. Eager definition of eager in english meaning longman dictionary contemporary french wordreference to spanish translation spanishdictwhat does mean? Synonyms. More example sentences eager meaning, definition, what is very keen and excited about something th. Forums pour discuter de eager, voir ses formes composes, des exemples et poser vos questions. Gratuit see 4 authoritative translations of eager in spanish with example sentences and eager(look, interest)vido(a), ansioso(a)(supporter) eyes, desire, interest, face, curiosity, hands, anticipation, faces, look, expectation, questions, attention, pursuit, men, student, haste, crowd, voice, listeners, eager(adjective)soureager(adjective)keensevere. If you are eager to do or have something, want it very much. Eager eager oxford learner's dictionaries. Adjective [usually verb link adjective, to infinitive]. Excited by desire in the pursuit of any object; Ardent to pursue, find examples and definitions adjective eager, get more related adjectives. Very interested and excited by something that is going to happen or about you want do synonym keen eager crowds outside the stadium for she ( wants very much get) her parents' approval definition of adjective in oxford advanced american dictionary. Strongly wanting to do or have something. Dictionary and word of the day adjective.
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